Pecan Halves from New Communities of Georgia
Caution: May contain shell fragments.
Packed in a facility that also handles wheat, soy, tree nuts, peanuts, and milk.
A little something about New Communities (from their website):
New Communities is a grassroots organization that has worked for more than 40 years to empower African American families in Southwest Georgia and advocate for social justice.
Born out of the Civil Rights Movement in 1969, New Communities, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(4) based in Albany, Georgia. Founded as a collective farm, New Communities is widely recognized as the original model for community land trusts in the US. Today, the founding members, including Charles and Shirley Sherrod, are dedicated to empowering the community through agribusiness and economic development.
New Communities brings a mature vision, grounded on decades of experience, adversity, and commitment to this historic opportunity. The vision of New Communities is to become a thriving organization that is a global model for community empowerment through agribusiness, education, social awareness, and wealth building.
Distilled, the vision can be summed in three words - "PRESERVE. FARM. CULTURE." In preserving, it will improve and protect the wildlife habitat and preserve a restorative landscape for human meditation and health through hiking, biking, and other low-impact activities. In Farming, it will produce revenue-generating crops and also serve as a place for teaching, learning, and the development of new agriculture techniques and technology. As a Culture, a place for community and social development will emerge as New Communities establishes a new public meeting ground for events seminars, social activities, lodging, retail, classroom and conference center.
The mission of New Communities is to become a thriving organization that is a global model for community empowerment.