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There are many types of artists out there. Oakland resident (and Neighborhood Fruit friend and adviser), Asiya Wayud, is what could be termed as a fruit performer. She uses the fruit from around her city to build community and get people think about sharing, their relationship with food, and their relationship to their locality.

SfGate.com: Changing how we live and eat, one fig at a time (2009/2/2)

Doesn't it feel good to know that by gardening you are on the cutting edge of coolness and hipsterdom? I'm sure my mom will be glad to hear that!

Yahoo News: Dollars from dirt: Economy spurs home garden boom (2009/3/15)

Neighborhood Fruit friend (and user) Iso Rabin has recently launched his new Community Supported Forage Box through Forage San Francisco. San Francisco Health Inspector isn't so pleased.

SFWeekly: Health inspectors and environmentalists aren't so thrilled (2009/3/18)

Even the First Family has realized the importance of healthy, fresh and local produce for people's health and communities. They have dug up part of the South Lawn at the White House and are planting an organic fruit, herb and veggie garden! Maybe they'll be Neighborhood Fruit customers soon?

NYTimes: Obamas to Plant Vegetable Garden at White House (2009/3/20)

Neighborhood Fruit has had a facelift! We're on our way to full functionality (targeting this summer for launch), so stay tuned.

Please let us know what you think of this new design, we value your feedback.

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