Veggies R'Us - Fresh, Nutritious & Local distribution in Nogales, Arizona

Launched in 1995, our Direct Client Distribution allows for anyone to stop by the Borderlands Produce Rescue warehouse in Nogales, Arizona, to access fresh produce. Supporters can make a small donation to support our work and take home nearly 250lbs of rescued produce. This program is especially vital in our community where we lack access to public transportation; we encourage our supporters to share their produce with friends, family and neighbors.

Each year, our Direct Client Service Program enables nearly 4,000 households from Mexico and 5,000 from Santa Cruz County, Arizona, to obtain an abundant supply of nutritious produce to help balance their diet and enrich it with vitamins and minerals necessary to maintain the healthy functioning of their minds and bodies. Children in particular must have this nourishment in order to grow and flourish.

As with all of our programs, there are no income or residency requirements to participate in our Veggies'R Us program. If you are an agency, or a non-profit, we do require you to register your agency/non-profit with us.

Direct Client Services


Come out and donate at least $5 to take-home an entire shopping cart full of produce. Always feel free to call ahead to make sure we are open, or to find out what we have available.

Hours of Operation
Tuesday through Friday
9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Location:
Borderlands Produce Rescue Warehouse
270 W. Produce Row
Nogales, AZ 85621

Phone:
520-287-2627

Direct Agency Services


Organizations registered with Borderlands Produce Rescue can pick-up each and every Monday. If you are not currently registered you can do so on our website, or directly with George at our office.

Hours of Operation
Every Monday
9:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Location
Borderlands Produce Rescue
270 W. Produce Row
Nogales, AZ 85621

Phone
520-287-2627

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Our mission is to supplement meals in Arizona communities with fresh nutritious rescued produce while reducing food waste and methane gas from landfills