If you are a CSA subscriber*, you’re familiar with the excitement of receiving a weekly box of freshly-picked produce direct from a local farm. But River City foodies now have even more options when contemplating CSA membership: Soul Food Farm in Vacaville has just added a Sacramento delivery of its organic pastured chicken and eggs, coveted by Bay Area restaurants like Chez Panisse, Coi, and Quince. The farm’s CSA box also includes “other sumptuous seasonal organic provisions” grown on the 55-acre property.
To learn more about Soul Food Farm’s CSA membership, visit the farm’s website at http://soulfoodfarm.com.
* CSA, or community-supported agriculture, is a partnership between a farm and a community of supporters which provides a direct link between the production and consumption of food. Supporters, or subscribers, cover a farm’s yearly operating budget by purchasing a share of the season’s harvest. In return, the farm provides a supply (usually once a week) of fresh produce to the subscribers throughout the growing season.