Here's what I know so far, culled from various sources:
it's a mix of lettuce, snap peas, beans, kale, collards, swiss chard, and herbs;
the garden hasn't been certified organic but it's chemical-free; and
the White House kitchen is using most of the food, but some has been donated to a local soup kitchen.
As for our house, there are no bees but we're doing pretty well too. We've worked through two plantings of radishes and lettuce and nearly polished off all the chard and spinach. Snap peas are on the vine and a few green beans have appeared, hidden well under the shade of their bushy leaves. The Early Girl tomatoes have fruited, though they still have quite a way to go before we eat them. And I'm pretty convinced that all four heads of broccoli will become the size of human heads before we arrive home from vacation; here's hoping they hold out so we can get in on the broccoli action.