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    GALLERY: Food Hub 1/10 - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Allen Roy and others bring boxes of food shares into Johnny’s Selected Seeds company in Fairfield that was delivered by the new Unity Food Hub in a workplace Community Supported Agriculture program.

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    Matt Tremblay, manager for the new Unity Food Hub, unloads boxes and bags of food as Colleen Hanlon-Smith brings the Community Supported Agriculture food shares inside for employees at Johnny’s Selected Seeds business office in Fairfield.

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    The former Unity Grammar School on School Street in Unity is the new home of the Unity Food Hub, the goal of which is to help local farmers market produce and sell more on a wholesale level.

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    Matt Tremblay, the new manager of the Unity Food Hub, shows the new brick siding on the former Unity Grammar School. Renovations are underway to convert the old school into a food hub complete with a commercial kitchen, event space and 1,300 square feet of cold storage space.

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    Renovations are underway at the former Unity Grammar School in Unity, where Maine Farmland Trust is working to start a for-profit food hub.

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