HOW MUCH PRODUCE CAN I EXPECT?
The amount and type of produce you receive changes with the seasons. In the spring you can expect more leafy greens and spring roots. As summer arrives and temperatures go up, the share gets more robust, consisting of familiar vegetable staples like tomatoes and melons. This leads into a fall of hardy greens and cold loving root crops. Each share consists of some quantity of each vegetable that is in season that week. For example: one bunch beets, 1 bunch carrots, 1 head lettuce, 2 pounds potatoes, 3 pounds tomatoes, etc.
Amounts depend on the variances of Mother Nature, but often correspond to the size unit you would see at the grocery store. While everyone’s vegetable needs are different, a full share tends to be adequate for a small family or a vegetable enthusiastic couple.
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