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Twin Cities High Carb Vegans Message Board › Buying from co-op partners in small groups

Buying from co-op partners in small groups

A former member
Post #: 3
Ideally I'd like to buy from coop partners since they provide the best prices. However you need to have a $100 minimum order and sometimes I don't spend that much.

Does anyone else here want to purchase with me at times so we can meet the $100 minimum?

We could even have a weekly Fruit Lovers shopping day to make it easy... let me know your thoughts.

The mangoes I had at the get together cost $12.51 for 12

A 40 lb box of bananas was $33.90

Those are better prices than the normal co-ops like the Wedge.

Let me know,
A former member
Post #: 12
I replied back in the general thread for the meetup we had, but yes, me and my partner would definitely be down for this. We would want a case each of bananas, mangoes, and barhi dates. When I spoke with them on the phone, it only came to about $64.00. So how would you like to do this? Cash or check?
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