Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Community Helping Produce Coop!

Do you ever feel like you just can not find good quality produce at a good price? Living in Warrenton it is a challenge for me to find good quality produce. No offense to the stores in town. I had heard about Community Helping Produce from Carie at Saving Money in Missouri and a few others and they have been extremely positive about the program.

This is what they offer: a basket filled with a variety of fresh produce for $23.00. The variety of the offering change depending on what is in season. They also have other items you can order as well in addition to the regular $23 basket. You order this online using three different payment options (PayPal, Credit or Debit), then you take you invoice to the scheduled pick up and that's it!

I have selected the Wentzville location which will be Tuesday August 24th @ 4:45 - 5:15 PM. If you are interested in doing this then you will have to place you order no later than Friday August 27th on their website HERE.

This is a picture of what Carie go in her Basket for $23.00
basket included: 1 Seedless Watermelon, 1 lb of Strawberries, 1 pt of Blueberries, 4 Zucchini, 2 Yellow Squash, 6 Corn on the Cob, 1 bunch of Bananas, 1 Pineapple, 1 head of Romain Lettuce, 4 Peaches, 4 Tomatoes, 7 Apples and 14 Potatoes!

You can also head to Carie's site HERE for more tips as the first time can be confusing on how to place your order.

1 comment:

  1. Sonia Thanks for posting this. Many of the groups love to grow!! They find the more people in the group the bigger the variety. I am glad the Wentzville group worked for you!!
    Best of luck-I am looking forward to apple season, donut peaches, etc