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CSA Program - Which Size Box is Right for Me?

That will depend on a few factors. 

How many people are in your household?
How many nights a week do you cook with fresh ingredients?
Are there vegetarians or those who "don't eat their vegetables" in the house?

The small box was designed for small households (1-3 people) or for people that don't eat as much produce and/or don't eat at home as much.  A large box can usually feed an average household (3-5 people) that include fresh produce in at least one meal a day.  If you find that a small box is not enough you could order two small boxes or switch to a large box, just notify us within 4 days of your pickup day to switch box sizes or add another box.

What's in the boxes? It changes, but the best way to get an idea is to look at our Seasonal Produce page to see what we are currently growing and harvesting.  You can also check out In Your Box This Week for a list of box items and a year's history of past boxes.

By eating local foods in-season, you eliminate the environmental damage caused by shipping foods thousands of miles,  and you and your family will be able to enjoy the health benefits of eating fresh, unprocessed fruits and vegetables. Buying seasonal produce also provides an exciting opportunity to try new foods and to experiment with new recipes. And it just tastes better!

Here are some sample boxes pictured with a list of what was included. 

Please note that these are just examples and that your box contents will change.

Small

Navel Oranges
White Cauliflower
Spinach
Romaine
Japanese Turnips
Maroon Carrots
Golden Beets
Bok Choy
Leeks
French Morning Radish

 
Large

Butter Lettuce
Navel Oranges
White Cauliflower
Spinach
Romaine
Japanese Turnips
Maroon Carrots
Golden Beets
Bok Choy
Leeks
French Morning Radish
Strawberries