Half-Basket CSA Subsription 2014

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Half-Basket CSA Subsription 2014

Bountiful Blessings Vegetable Half-Basket Subscription

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Our subscription vegetable delivery program provides farm fresh produce for a (limited) number of member families. We will deliver right to your door a wide variety of vegetables as they become available throughout the growing year.

This type of farming is called Community Supported Agriculture. Our vegetable delivery CSA members' support helps cover the start-up costs of our farm operation. In return, they receive shares in the farm's bounty through our organic food delivery service, as well as satisfaction gained from reconnecting to the land and participating directly in food production.

When you order from us, you are eating the same food we do. This is your assurance of freshness and quality.

The price for a Bountiful Blessings full basket of farm fresh produce, suitable for a family of four or two vegetarians, is $900 for the entire season approx. 16-20 weeks, from mid June through about mid-October, depending on weather. We estimate the retail value of a full share to be well over $1000. Some of our customers in 2012, told us they received over $75 worth of fresh vegetables in their weekly subscription. This package is about $45 per week, to get fresh, local veggies delivered to your door. The price for the half-basket, suitable for a family of two or 1 vegetarian is $500. This amounts to about $25 per week. Check with us regarding other options.

Note: we are now accepting new members for 2014

Our vegetable delivery service currently serves Hinckley, Big Rock,

The closer it's grown to you, the fresher it is. And of course, the fresher the produce, the better it tastes. Many large corporate farmers often harvest their crops before they're fully ripe, and then refrigerate them so that they don't go bad during transportation, such produce often does not fully ripen to its full flavor as it would if it had ripened naturally. Produce loses it's flavor and freshness at each step: during refrigeration, during shipping, and while held in warehouses along the distribution chain. Bountiful Blessings Farm Produce strives to offer folks the freshest and tastiest vegetables available.


Top Quality Fresh Produce grown right here on the Bountiful Blessings Farm