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Employee Spotlight: Ariel Bernstein

Ariel is our customer EXPERIENCE associate, and if you communicate to our help team, you may end up speaking to just her!

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The Ultimate Summer Guide for Kids in NYC 2019

At Red Rabbit, we believe that teaching kids where their food comes from and how it is grown is key to helping kids make better food choices. Suddenly, kale goes from being another strange-looking green leaf to something they remember harvesting at their local community garden, making it far more familiar and appealing.

With summer right around the corner, we're looking forward to the bounty of local fruits and vegetables coming into season as well as the many fun outdoor events and educational programs hosted in New York City. Read on for our pick of kid-friendly, food and garden related events and days out, in and around NYC this summer.

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Eating Local this Fall

Autumn in New York is an exciting and rewarding time to be a fruit and vegetable lover.  

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Employee Spotlight: Corey Forde

COREY IS IN CHARGE OF PROCURING ALL THE FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES AT RED RABBIT, INCLUDING THIS 50 LB BAG OF LOCAL CARROTS.

At the Red Rabbit Harlem kitchen, we prepare over 20,000 meals every day. But before our meals are baked, grilled and packaged, we start with fresh, simple ingredients. A whole lot of them.

Meet the man in charge of procuring all the ingredients that make up each Red Rabbit meal, Red Rabbit's Inventory Specialist, Corey Forde.

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The Ultimate Summer Guide for Kids in NYC

At Red Rabbit, we strongly believe that teaching kids where their food comes from and how it is grown is key to helping kids make better food choices. Suddenly, kale goes from being another strange-looking green leaf to something they remember harvesting at their local community garden, making it far more familiar and appealing.

With summer right around the corner, we're looking forward to the bounty of local fruits and vegetables coming into season as well as the many fun outdoor events and educational programming hosted in New York City. Read on for our pick of kid-friendly, food and garden related events and days out, in and around NYC this summer.

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The Red Rabbit Guide to School Composting

We're participating in the Earth Day celebrations by committing to composting, recycling and reducing the waste that we produce in our Harlem kitchen. At Red Rabbit, all of our organic waste is composted daily. Composting involves recycling organic materials, such as food scraps, paper, leaves and branches, by encouraging decomposers to break them down in a controlled environment. When they're done, they leave a fertile soil that can be used in local farms, school gardens or classroom plantings. Read on for ways that you can start a composting program in your school, community garden or neighborhood.

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Employee Spotlight: Jonathan Vargas

Here at Red Rabbit, one of the most important jobs is delivering made from scratch food from our Harlem kitchen to our partners across New York City. That's where Jonathan Vargas comes in. Navigating the chaotic streets and highways of NYC late at night or at the break of dawn, Jonathan always arrives at his schools with a big smile on his face. Read on to hear why this Red Rabbit team member of over three years loves his job in this month's employee spotlight.

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