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How To Create A Produce Co-Op

on 6.19.2014 at 8:27am
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Its 6 AM, the sun hasn’t even thought about rising; but Leanne and her fellow shoppers are dressed with coffees in hand heading to their local farmers market.

They are part of a produce co-op – the absolute best way to save on produce.

Leanne and her fellow shoppers created their produce co-op so they could buy in bulk from the Farmers Market. They collect money during the week from all families then head to the market with a lot of buying power. The amount you spend per a family depends on the co-op, but the box of fruits and veggies you get in return is well worth it!

Watch the video above to see how you can create your own produce co-op!

    • yazpistachio

      We ran a similar produce co-op for a number of years. However, it was much smaller, and people put in orders. Did everyone receive the same produce in the same amount for this co-op (like a CSA)?

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