Morrissey Market-Food is Medicine Fulfillment

Boston Globe: Morrissey Market delivers fresh food, goodwill and lots of kale - Morrissey Market-Food is Medicine Fulfillment

Boston Globe: Morrissey Market delivers fresh food, goodwill and lots of kale

Morrissey Market, an offshoot of Katsiroubas Bros., delivers fresh food, goodwill, and lots of kale

Fourth-generation business owner Torry Katsiroubas Stamm founded the online retailer

You’ve seen the big green trucks on the highway: Katsiroubas Bros. supplies produce, dairy, and more for many of your favorite Boston-area restaurants.

Needham’s Torry Katsiroubas Stamm, 41, is a fourth-generation co-owner. She’s also co- founder of online grocery store Morrissey Market; her great-grandfather was longtime

city engineer William T. Morrissey, on whose namesake boulevard you might pass one of those trucks. The online retailer launched during the pandemic to connect families with fresh produce and other local goods — from Curio spices to Hi-Rise breads — from the comfort of home, while also providing nursing homes, hospitals, and other essential organizations with food. Each month, they partner with a different charity. In December, they’ll donate $1 of every order and $15 per produce box to hunger-prevention powerhouse Project Bread.