A Healthy Alternative for a Deserving Community


Raw Fresno in Fresno is introducing organic, gluten free, vegan food to their community for the first time.

Inspired by the tragic loss of her son to chronic illness, Chef Naomi decided to educate herself in raw food as a form of health and healing.


This became her passion and after winning a grant, she was able to purchase a food truck "Minerva" in 2014. Minerva frequents farmers markets and schools around the Fresno & Clovis communities, and Chef Naomi has even been asked to hold trainings for doctors on the power of raw food and probiotics. With her Feed the Hunger loan proceeds and winnings from a local business plan competition, she is opening a retail location that will serve breakfast and lunch. In the evenings, she will use the space for nutrition education classes to spread knowledge of how to use food as a tool for health. Say "hi" to Chef Naomi if you're in the area and try her amazing raw food, you won't believe how delicious raw, nutritious food can taste!



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    I am so glad you are doing this. Food and health is such a huge passion of mine. I have been vegan for six years and my only wish is to see more and more people go vegan in this world. Thank you for making a difference in this world such as this one, I am so happy to see programs like these. Thank you thank you a thousand times! Vegan food blogs such as https://fruitsforglutesfitness.com put so much hard work into inspiring others and making a difference aswell.

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    I am so happy to hear about programs like this! “How to use food as a tool for health” loving this so much! Raw vegan food really is magical, I spend an awful lot of time thinking about how it could help humans if only we all increased the amount of plants we eat. I’m sorry to hear about your son. Thank you so much for sharing this post!


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