No Leftovers: Hungry Harvest (+ promo code!)

The rumors are true: I never leave food on my plate. I simply don’t believe in letting any food go to waste, even down to the last crumb. It would truly pain me to do so. So when the company I’m talking about today reached out to me, I knew we were going to be fast friends…

I’m really excited to be partnering with Hungry Harvest, who share a similar vision that no food should go to waste. They take recovered produce (think aesthetic imperfections) which can’t be sold in grocery stores and create a beautifully curated harvest for you. Best of all, they give back to local communities – here in Philadelphia, they support Philabundance, and for every harvest purchased in the Philly area, they donate one pound of produce to Philabundance. Definitely making a beautiful thing out of “ugly” produce 😉  Learn more about their mission here!

It’s so funny – I’ve only seen a few episodes of Shark Tank and Hungry Harvest happened to be on an episode I watched, and even then I thought it was awesome!

Hungry Harvest sent over a mini-harvest (which runs $15 per box) to get a sense of what they’re all about. I received:

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My first Hungry Harvest

This is such a great way to prepare for any summer BBQs, or even if you’re pressed for time to grocery shop. Maybe there’s a fruit or veggie you don’t like? You can add it to your “Never List,” and it will never be in your harvest.

My mom is an incredible cook, and she whipped up some grilled kale, carrots, shallots and cauliflower from the harvest, as seen below (Ina Garten is shook).


If you’re liking what you’re seeing and are ready for your first harvest, use code “POSITIVE” for 25% off! Check here to see if Hungry Harvest delivers to you.

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I’m really excited to be working with a company that is doing a ton of good.

Has anyone else used Hungry Harvest before? If so, let me know what you think!


Disclaimer: This partnership utilizes an affiliate code, and I do earn a small commission every time it is used. 

12 responses to “No Leftovers: Hungry Harvest (+ promo code!)”

  1. joyfuliowan Avatar

    I LOVE this! I am the same way aout my food. I hate to waste food.

    1. Camille Avatar

      Totally agree!!

  2. Bridget Roddy Avatar

    I love your blog, I’ve heard awesome things about Philly and your blog is giving me serious fomo!

    1. Camille Avatar

      You’ve absolutely made my day Bridget, thank you so much for saying that! <3 Philly is a fantastic city – if you have any questions about visiting, I'm here to help 🙂 You should definitely pay a visit 😉

  3. Jen Enoch Avatar

    I’ve never heard of this Harvest box, but I’m definitely interested. I’m in Philadelphia area too and I love that this box is donating to philabundance. I’m going to head over and check it out now, thanks for sharing this wonderful company.

    1. Camille Avatar

      Hey Jen! I love meeting other Philly-area bloggers, thanks for your comment! Let me know what you think of Hungry Harvest 🙂

  4. Christine Keys Avatar

    Oh my goodness, this is brilliant! My Dad is a mechanic and has a customer that grows potatoes and carrots. He often brings the family a huge sack of carrots home that are delicious but not ‘pretty’ enough to grace the shelves of the supermarket.

    1. Camille Avatar

      Wait that’s so cool Christine (and what an awesome person he is!). And hey, ugly food is still deelish! <3

  5. Amanda | My Gluten-Free Miami Avatar

    I have never heard of Hungry Harvest. I have volunteered with an organization called Farm Share in Homestead, FL., which collects produce that is perhaps not the most eye appealing, but still tasty and nutritious for distribution to people who can’t afford fresh produce at the market. Such organizations are so needed, as well as education about not being wasteful.

    1. Camille Avatar

      That’s so awesome Amanda, you rock! I totally agree, education on food waste is important.

  6. Lisa Avatar

    I’ve never heard of this! What an interesting way to prevent waste!

    1. Camille Avatar

      Right?? So awesome.

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