Sanzuma's CSA is available
Thank you to all of the people who are participating! Your support is heartfelt.
Please call 510-599-9621 or email email@example.com
CSA - Community Supported Agriculture
The Benefits of Joining a CSA
You know exactly where your food comes from.
The food tastes better.
Freshly picked produce is more nutritious.
Produce is free from harmful chemicals.
Your overall diet will be healthier.
CSA save you money.
CSA save you time.
You get the chance to try new foods.
You know your farmer personally and can schedule farm visits.
You will realize that some organic produce is not perfect.
Pick up on Mondays between 10:30-1PM
We normally sell 80% of our produce to the schoola and a few local restaurants. Currently we will have lots of heirloom organic tomatoes and the school prefers the cherry tomatoes. All of our produce is 100% organic and local.
All organic, mostly heirloom veggies. We try to practice Zero Waste so please bring a box or bag to pick up
This is the most important aspect of this project. To make this work our perfect client needs to be flexible, adventurous, and understanding that we are trying this for the first time. Our perfect client must also have some sense of what grows seasonally. Although we do have a greenhouse and hoop houses we cannot offer tomatoes year-round.
All boxes will be very similar. We cannot customize them. As summer and late spring come upon us your boxes/bags will get more diverse and fabulous. Currently, we have Kale, Hydroponic lettuce, 399 tomatoes plants in the greenhouse- in the ground (approximately 25 varieties), 8 varieties of squash, 3 colors of beans, 12 varieties of cucumbers and so much more!
How much does this CSW cost?
It is $30 per bag weekly
In the summer you will have an option to get a large bag for $40 We ask that if you go on vacation you allow Sanzuma to donate your bag to a family in need
If you would like organic veggies please fill out the form below.
For questions, you can email Lori@sanzuma.org or call 510-599-9621
Please see pictures below of the contents of the CWS's first week