Watch: Raw Carrot at Stirling Avenue Mennonite Church

April 26, 2019 | Web First
Aaron Epp | Online Media Manager
The Raw Carrot employs individuals on the Ontario Disability Support Program to cook and package handcrafted gourmet soup. (Facebook.com/TheRawCarrot)

A social enterprise run partially out of Stirling Avenue Mennonite Church in Kitchener, Ont. was in the spotlight recently.

CTV News broadcast a short segment about the Raw Carrot earlier this month.

A collaboration with Mennonite Central Committee Ontario, the Raw Carrot employs people on the Ontario Disability Support Program to make gourmet soup that is sold at farmers markets and various retail locations.

Watch the video now:

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The Raw Carrot employs individuals on the Ontario Disability Support Program to cook and package handcrafted gourmet soup. (Facebook.com/TheRawCarrot)

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