Wednesday, May 13, 2009


This will give you a better idea of what is being "offered" this week.  The "conventional basket" is still a surprise, but the extras have more details.

The breads they offer are made out of the five basic ingredients: flour, yeast, salt, sugar or honey, water or milk.  They try to avoid the ones with all the preservatives, etc.

The produce that I received last week has help up well and we have really enjoyed it.  There was one thing that I never buy in it, but we took the challenge, made two dishes and found ways to use it so there was no waste.  Gave our week a little fun . . . and a giggle or two on the second attempt . . . not everything is better the next day!!

Co-op News
Week A Deadline Wednesday at 10:00 pm
Bountiful Baskets is on the move!
Please feel free to forward this newsletter to family and friends in the following areas who might enjoy participating.
- Udall Park - NorthEast Tucson
        - West Point
        - Pleasant View
Administrative Notes
  • All East Valley, Tucson, and Utah Sites are available during Week A.  All West Valley, Northern Arizona, and limited East Valley Sites are available during Week B. Please review complete schedule at!
  • If the website tells you that your account does not exist, please make a new one.
  • Use the link below to make a contribution.

    If your site doesn't show in the drop down menu on the website, it is because it is full!  You are welcome to select a site different than your regular one.

    Offerings (available by making a monetary contribution over this website by the deadlines below)Contribution DeadlineDistribution Date
    Produce Baskets & BreadWednesday, 5/13/2009 at 10:00 pmSaturday, 5/16/2009

    Produce News 

    Special Items:

    • Granny Smith Apples from Washington - 40 pound box
    • Asian Pack - Garlic, sugar snap peas, fresh ginger, bok choy, etc.

    Wishing each of you healthy eating for less,
    Sally & Tanya


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