In the Press
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“People want to feel that they are seen, that they are heard, that they are safe,” he said. “That’s why the Oasis Project exists — to do all we can to help the people in our community feel seen, heard, and safe.”
“We believe the success of this grocery store will help the economic success that's beginning to happen right here in North Tulsa," A.J. Johnson, who leads the owner-operator team.
“The Oasis Fresh Market is officially open at Pine Ave and Peoria St. The hope is that area will no longer be considered a food desert.” TULSA, Okla.
“I told our staff last week, we had a meeting, I said, “You're part of the beginning. What would be the thing if in five years and look up, and this model’s successful. And they've taken this model to other cities to other food deserts. You look up and five years from now…”
“Oklahoma has some of the country’s highest numbers of food-insecure households, and local organizations saw a steep increase in hunger during the pandemic. But supporters of Oasis Fresh Market see it assisting residents with needs beyond food…”
“While the lack of grocers had been supplemented by stores like QT and Dollar General, both of whom offer a few selections of fresh fruits and vegetables, north Tulsans still faced difficulties in obtaining larger quantities of fresh food for their families. But that has all changed with Oasis Fresh Market.”