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Live It. Give It. Pivot: How Pivot Produce is creating a sustainable future for the Tucson community

Keeping true to their name, Pivot Produce revamped their business after the pandemic hit and they lost 90% of their business in one weekend. The business pivoted to providing fresh, locally-sourced produce to Tucsonans who lack access while maintaining its mission to create a sustainable agricultural system in Southern Arizona.

To learn more about Pivot Produce, visit their website at pivotproduce.com

THRIVE spotlights the innovative and fascinating entrepreneurs that make Arizona such a unique and vibrant state. Vantage West is proud to sponsor this series in our mission to invest in the local community, so we can all thrive together.

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