Inland Empire Organic Produce Meetup

  • December 13, 2008 · 10:00 AM
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Would you like to buy super fresh, organic produce at wholesale prices? The IEOP Buying Club is a community of people who get together every week to pool our money in order to purchase organic produce in bulk at wholesale prices. Each participant contributes $22.00 per share. Alexis and her team uses the money to buy wholesale organic produce by the case, and divides it equally amongst the participants for distribution the following week. Please read our About Us page for a description of the group and rules. If you are new to the group, you may pay for your first share online through Paypal (restrictions apply). That way you will have a share of produce waiting for you at your first meetup. Or, you can come to the meetup and pay for a share that you can pick up the following Saturday. Online Payment Instructions What to bring: *Non-perishable food items to donate to needy *Something to carry your produce in if you paid in advance for a share (box, canvas totes, cooler or plastic bags). We recommend bringing a cooler or insulated bag, so you can visit the local businesses after you pick up your share. *$22.00 for your next share ($20 produce plus $2 expenses) *$10 for your annual membership fee if you haven't paid yet *A printout of your email confirmation from Alexis if you paid through Paypal *Any organic goodies you might have growing in your yard that you wish to share with the group Where: We will meet at Farm Artisan Foods Restaurant located at 22 E. State Street in down town Redlands. Map to Meetup

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  • veronica

    Thank you to all for the donations! The families are very gratetful. Be sure that we have done a great deed!

    December 14, 2008

  • veronica

    Does anyone have good way to make the Kale?

    December 14, 2008

  • veronica

    I thought the produce this week was great. Im still trying a good way to make the Kale...So if anyone has any suggestions please send them over.

    December 14, 2008

  • Tonya

    Wow! Lots of bananas and apples and greens. Oh my!

    December 13, 2008

  • A former member
    A former member

    Awesome group!

    December 13, 2008

  • RawDietitian

    I loved being out there in the cold weather!

    December 13, 2008

  • Alexis

    Today we received beautiful organic romaine lettuce, potatoes, apples, kale, bananas, zucchini, alfalfa sprouts, onions, raspberries, cherry tomatoes, broccoli, carrots, cucumber, and chard. We donated over 70 lbs of organic produce to Joseph's storehouse. We collected clothing, toys and non-perishable food for those less fortunate. We had a wonderful turnout of 68 participants, with lots of volunteer help. I hope everyone enjoyed the meetup as much as I did.

    December 13, 2008

  • Pam

    What a great variety of produce!

    December 13, 2008

  • Alexis

    Today we received beautiful organic romaine lettuce, potatoes, apples, kale, bananas, zucchini, alfalfa sprouts, onions, raspberries, cherry tomatoes, broccoli, carrots, cucumber, and chard. We donated over 70 lbs of organic produce to Joseph's storehouse. We collected clothing, toys and non-perishable food for those less fortunate. We had a wonderful turnout of 68 participants, with lots of volunteer help. I hope everyone enjoyed the meetup as much as I did.

    December 13, 2008

  • Cindy Perez-Melo

    Organic food + affordable price=totally awesome

    December 13, 2008

  • Paul

    Gigantic zuccini, and giant green chard. I feel like "Jack and the Bean Stalk!"

    December 13, 2008

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