The St Albans Fruit & Vege Co-Op aims to give people access to healthy, fresh food at a fair price and involve people in building their community.
This is run by the Community Focus Trust based in St Albans.
Each week you will receive a selection of fresh produce, with different variety most weeks. All produce is seasonal and fresh. The average saving per week if brought from a mainstream supermarket is around $15.00, so you could save on average $60 per month.
St Albans Fruit & Vege Co-Op Sign Up Details:
Option 1: Set up a direct credit into our account: please fill in your surname and SPR in the reference field, so we can track all orders - this needs to be paid into this account by Friday. Our account is :
Option 2: Contact us on our Facebook page telling us how you wish to pay (Cash or Direct Credit), and if you will be ordering weekly or fortnightly.
All orders are packed on a Wednesday and can be collected from Empower Church, 140 Springfield Rd, St Albans I 10:30am - 5:00pm.
As we are now using reusable bags, please bring your own bags to swap the produce over.
Contact Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info of checkout our Facebook page.
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