Bountiful Baskets Produce Co-Op Open For This Week: We Also Got Blackberries and Organic Tomatoes

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This is a sample from our $15 conventional basket a couple of weeks ago!

We just placed our produce order for pick-up on Saturday from our Bountiful Baskets produce co-op.

We skipped last week for Penniless Week, but we were so excited to see two additional offerings this week that are right up our alley!

We grabbed our basket of 50% fruit and 50% veggies, but also these two additional items:

  • 10 lb. box of Heirloom Organic Tomatoes (I will be canning and or freezing many for future use) for $12.74. This is $1.28 each lb., which is hard to get even regular tomatoes for this price in our area.
  • 12 6oz. clam shell packs of Blackberries for $14.25.  This is $1.19 each package, which is a great price.  They are $2.99 – $3.99 for regular blackberries in our local grocery stores. I plan to freeze these as well!

Our total was a bit more than normal, but stocking up on Blackberries and Organic Heirloom Tomatoes for a great price is awesome!

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We will be picking this order up on Saturday!

Have you gotten any of these before?

If you want to see if they are available in your area too, then…

Head to Bountiful Baskets HERE and choose your state and then a pick-up location closest to you from the drop-down menu.

If Bountiful Baskets is not in your state yet, either contact them to see what they need to start one or keep watching for them to open up in your state too! They are rapidly growing and rapidly opening other states.  We have been fortunate to have been the first state and so we have been able to do this for quite some time!

*Please note, you only have until tomorrow night (Tuesday, February 4th) at 10pm PST to order your produce for this week for pick-up on Saturday at a local location!

Also, to fully understand what we are talking about, you do need to read this article HERE.

For more fun and informative frugal reads, don’t miss this page regarding all things produce:

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