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In-Spiraled Food

Holiday Table CSA(ish)

Through Dec. 21, Sonoma’s best locally-grown wheat (yes, really!), corn meal, beans, duck eggs, mushrooms, goat milk natilla, sustainable meat, hand-collected kelp and seaweed, chicken pot pies, jams, immunity broth and small-batch olive oils can grace your table via the FEED Sonoma and Spiral Foods Co-Op Holiday Purchasing Program. It’s a carefully curated — and ever expanding — collection of artisan produce, oils, soaps and grains made available via their virtual storefront and available for pickup each Tuesday at the Sebastopol Grange. It’s a convenient way to get some of your farm market favorites along with exclusive buys (like the wheat and Ceres goodies) in one convenient box. Plus, you’re doing good: 80 cents of each dollar go back to the farmers. Go to goodeggs.com/feedsonoma for details on ordering.

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2 thoughts on “In-Spiraled Food

  1. I was so amazed at the beauty and ease of ordering and the produce and cakes that I bought were amazing. Thank you and I look forward to being part of this co-op when the store opens…hopefully in the near future!!

  2. I was so amazed at the beauty and ease of ordering and the produce and cakes that I bought were amazing. Thank you and I look forward to being part of this co-op when the store opens…hopefully in the near future!!

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