Our Client Choice Fresh Market
Clients are invited to shop one on one with a shopping specialist as they choose from a selection of fresh produce, dairy, deli meat, frozen entrees, a wide variety of non-perishable items, household and personal care, and baby items. Clients can even shop in the birthday area should someone in their household be celebrating that month, complete with a cake, of course.
Our market is open by appointment and on an emergency basis.
Tue/Fri 10am-2pm and Wednesdays 10am -12pm.
For more information, please call 832-597-8908 during operating hours.
Ahora abierto, programe su cita hoy, 281-628-7260.
Food Fair Events
Together with the support of Be Well™ Baytown and the United Way of Greater Baytown Area and Chambers County, we are able to conduct outside distributions in either a drive-thru or walk-up setting where our neighbors are invited to receive fresh produce, meat, milk, and assorted groceries (as available) for their households. These events are open to the community and are not restricted by zip code.
Food for Change Fresh Market
The Houston Food Bank is at the forefront of efforts by food banks to use food as a catalyst – in partnership with social service programs – to help individuals achieve their goals. Sharing in their vision for the future of food banking, Food for Change is an innovative strategy that goes beyond emergency food assistance to address the root causes of hunger. Hearts and Hands of Baytown is privileged to be a Food for Change Fresh Market serving both on the healthcare and educational fronts. We are an unrestricted market giving access to program participants across the network.
Food for Change is by appointment only, Tues/Fri 10am-2pm, Wednesdays 10am – 12pm and the 2nd Saturday of each month 10am-12:00pm.
Participants may call 346-715-2209 to schedule; a Food for Change ID is required to be served in this program.
Facilitated by Hearts and Hands, Doorstep Blessing is a delivery program pairing volunteers with at-risk populations who face barriers in attending a traditional program. **Currently we are including nonperishable goods, fresh produce, frozen meat/dinners, fresh bread, desserts, and diary. Program is limited to product on hand and is subject to change at any time. Please email Heartsandhandsofbaytown@gmail.com to volunteer for this program.
Hearts and Hands of Baytown serves income-eligible seniors (60+) through HFB’s Senior Box Program, made available as part of the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) that is managed by the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA). In addition to distributing a monthly box of shelf-stable CSFP food to clients, Hearts and Hands of Baytown’s Senior Box Program also offers fresh produce and other health-related items to seniors.