The new statewide distribution center is 200,000 square feet and quadruples the amount of refrigerated storage space Northwest Harvest has available.
YAKIMA, Wash. — New critical infrastructure is in place to tackle food insecurity in the state of Washington.
Northwest Harvest has opened a new 200,000-square-foot statewide food distribution center in Yakima that feeds families while supporting farmers.
The extra storage space will go a long way toward addressing Washington’s food crisis. Leaders say one in 12 families are struggling to put food on the table right now.
“Right now in Washington state food insecurity is high and growing, unfortunately,” said Thomas Reynolds,
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