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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Bountiful Baskets produce co-op: Utah, Arizona, and now....Idaho and Washington!


Bountiful Baskets produce co-op is currently serving parts of Arizona and Utah, and is expanding into Idaho and Washington! You pay $15/basket and receive approximately $50 worth of fruits and vegetables. You don't get to choose what fruits and vegetables you receive, but you will get quite a variety.

To participate for the first time do the following:

1. Visit the website at www.BountifulBaskets.org

2. You may make contributions between Noon on Tuesday and 10 pm on Wednesday (Look at the available sites, pick up times, and week A & B schedule on the main page too!)

3. Click on Log-In and create an account. Use the Zip Code that is listed on your credit or debit card statement for your address. This will prevent issues at checkout.

4. Go back to www.BountifulBaskets.org when you are done making your account.

5. Look at the middle of the front page and click on the state you reside in. (You must do this between Noon on Tuesday and 10 pm on Wednesday.)

6. Add a basket to your cart. Select any items you would like to add to your basket (bread, case fruit, Ethnic Food Ingredient Packs, etc.)

6. Go to View Cart/Checkout in the lower left corner when you are done.

7. Contribute with either your debit or credit card.

Other Information:

To find Pickup Times/Dates go to www.BountifulBaskets.org and click on your geography. They are on the main page.

To find Directions to your exact pickup location go to Co-op Locations and click on your geography.

4 comments:

Evers' Family Farm said...

I love BB. It forces our family to really eat our fruits and veggies! I've also had the pleasure of expanding my recipe base and exploring fruits and veggies I would have never bought or thought of otherwise. Half the fun is not knowing what you are going to get and then having to hit the internet to figure out what the heck to do with persimmons or find a good salsa verde recipe for tomatillos.

You do get some regulars like lettuce and bananas. Onions and potatoes are also quite common but lots of variation with whatever else is in the basket!
BB also offers "add-ons" (for additional fee) such as bread or depending on season, cases of peaches, apples, corn, etc. They occassionaly have "packs" such as a "guacamole/salsa" pack w/ tomatoes, peppers, onions and avocados, or an "asian" pack w/ ginger, garlic, bok choy, cabbage, etc. It is fun to add these on for a twist on your weekly cooking.

Kiely said...

Is the produce organic?

Cindy said...

Thanks for this info. I signed up right away. I'm in Northern AZ and I was pleased to see a pick up point within 40 minutes of me.

Cotter said...

in some places the have organic baskets. you just have to find an organic site and order it there.

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