6 DAYS to Buyer’s Group/Walk-in’s WELCOME

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Yep, that’s right–6 more days!  I have 4 openings for Group A (starts January 4th), and 6 openings for Group B (starts January 11th).  If interested, email craftterri@rtconnect.net or text to 431-1219.  Buyer’s Group is every Thursday at Bee Healthy, 10:00 to 5:30.  There will be tables set up in the back for the Administrator’s Specials (that which is reserved through your membership) and more tables with EXTRA’s for sale to members and walk-in’s (open to the general public).  

Administrator’s Special- Group A- Week 1  (Bring your own bags or box)
2# Heirloom Oranges, 3# Satina Potatoes, Sierra Blanca Jumbo Onion, Small head Kaitlin Cabbage, Cucumber, Broccoli head, Orange or Yellow Sweet Bell Pepper, Organic Girl Gourmet Lettuce Clamshell (5 oz container), Butternut Squash, and a small Ginger Root. Cost is $25.  All organically raised by us or USDA Certified Organic.  (Except for avocados, citrus, mangoes, kiwi, and pineapples which have low levels of pesticide residue.)

Some of the EXTRA’s for sale- open to everyone while they last–

From Lloyd Craft Farms– Potatoes and Fingerlings including Purple Pelizze/All Blue varieties, Onions (5 varieties), Cabbage, Celeriac, Bravo Purple Daikon Radishes, Carrots (3 varieties), Brussels sprouts (limited quantities).

Ordered From Spokane Produce–
FRUIT–Avocado, Halo Tangerines, Lemons and Limes, Grapefruit, Pomegranates and Pomegranate seeds, Mangoes, Kiwi, Pineapple, AND USDA Organic Opal or Honeycrisp Apples and 3# bags of Pink Lady Apples, Bananas, Blackberries, Meyer’s Lemons, and Pears.

GREENS and HERBS and MUSHROOMS–All USDA Organic:  Fresh Express Caesar Salad Kit, Organic Girl Baby Spinach, Romaine Lettuce, Kale and Swiss Chard.  Cilantro, Ginger Root and Garlic,  Thai Basil, Herb Medley (Thyme, Rosemary, Sage), Oregano, Italian Parsley, Fennel Bulbs.  Crimini Mushrooms and Mushroom Medley.

VEGGIES–All USDA Organic: Red Beets, Baby Bok Choi, Broccoli and Broccolini, Cauliflower and Romanesco, Celery, Cucumbers, Leeks, Snap Peas, Jalapeno Peppers, Bell Peppers, Mini Sweet Potatoes and Garnet Yams, Parsnips, Taylor Farms Green Beans, Zucchini, Cherry and Roma Tomatoes, Tofu.

(I hope to update the What Produce at Buyer’s Group page under the Buyer’s Group tab at http://www.lloydcraftfarms.com — this lists the items we try to carry and gives a price indication–)

If you want to reserve a boxful of veggies twice a month, sign up!  If you don’t want to commit and are okay taking your chances on availability, then stop in every Thursday at Bee Healthy, 10:00 to 5:30, back room!  Only one day each week, from January 4th until the end of May.  

Give it some thought!  We all eat–Right??  Why not eat the best fresh food for the winter months!?       The Farmer’s Wife

2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Sarah Radabaugh on December 30, 2017 at 4:10 am

    Hey I can’t remember if I signed up already or not, but please count me in! Group A would work best for me.

    On Fri, Dec 29, 2017 at 3:32 PM Lloyd Craft Farms wrote:

    > Lloyd Craft Farms– CSA and Fresh Produce posted: ” Yep, that’s > right–6 more days! I have 4 openings for Group A (starts January 4th), > and 6 openings for Group B (starts January 11th). If interested, email > craftterri@rtconnect.net or text to 431-1219. Buyer’s Group is every > Thursday at Bee ” >

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  2. Posted by Diana Gulas on December 30, 2017 at 11:09 am

    I want in please. Happy New Year!

    Be well, the world needs your Light,

    Diana

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