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Quincy Natural Foods calls all farmers

Feather Publishing
1/31/2014
 

Quincy Natural Foods Cooperative is reaching out to local farmers who would like their farm and produce featured in the co-op.

Farmers who meet the following criteria are invited to an informational meeting.

—Grow organically.

—Have grown in the local region before.

—Can meet weekly minimum orders.

The informational meeting will be held Friday, Jan. 31, at Quincy Natural Food’s Learning and Resource Center (across the street from QNF in Quincy) at 5:30 p.m. Topics to be discussed include:

—Goals of grower agreements.

—Ideals of grower and store relationship.

—Pricing information.

—Whether this a good fit for individual farms.

For more information, contact Presley Sundberg at 283-3528.

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