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What’s in the Share and at the Market 6/24-25

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Happy Summertime!

Many of you are taking holidays and holding shares – make sure to get your holds for July 4 into me!  We have a share donation program which has been particularly needed by food insecure families during these challenging times.You have an option to donate your share if you are away – you can do this thru your dashboard, or email me and I will set it up – we, and the families we work with,  are grateful for your generosity.  Thank  you! 

We have more berries this week, so just a reminder on berry storage tips for fragile berries to help keep them fresher longer in hot humid days – from Agriberry our fruit partner. 

This week’s menu is below – subject to change. 

PRODUCE * indicates small share. Produce is from Flores Family Farm (George, Omar and family) Hague, Va.

FRUIT SHARE/from Agriberry

  • Blueberries 
  • Raspberries
  • Peaches

PANTRY SHARE 

  • Bombolini Dried Pasta or apple butter (not sure yet) 

MEAT SHARE

Bi-weekly Shares

  • Cornish Game Hen – Skyview Acres
  • Bacon – Polyface
  • Ground Beef 

Weekly shares

  • Chicken breast
  • sausage links
  • ground bison

BREAD

  • Prairie Grain – mixed. Note that Billy Bread is now available to add on in the Bakery section! 

DAIRY

  • Cheese -Shenandoah Farms Co-Op aged mix
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CSA/Farm Market

Delicious Zesty Summer Veggies and Fruits now in Season at Farm to Family!

We are in the heart of summer fruits and vegetables and the market is overflowing: corn, tomatoes, peaches, plums, watermelons, cantaloupes, honey dews, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, figs, grapes, squash and eggplant — 8-10 varieties weekly! Peppers, onions, potatoes, beans, cabbagesGrab and Go boxes are available every day filled with the best the market has to offer.

Tomatoes of all varieties are in season grown right here at BusFarm — Heirlooms for salads and sandwiches, romas for sauces and to sun-dry, big red slicers for sandwiches (try our Henricos vs Hanover!), Sungold cherry tomatoes sweet as candy.