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What is a CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture - for the win!

Community Shared Agriculture, or CSA, is a farming model built on fairness and transparency for both the farmer and community members. It brings producers and consumers within the food system closer by allowing residents to invest in the harvest of a certain farm or group of farms. In return for investing to a harvest, customers receive either a weekly or bi-weekly box of produce or other farm goods. This includes in-season fruits, vegetables, and can expand to flowers, dried goods, eggs, milk, meat, etc.

Simply put - customers commit to buying more produce at one time (a box of produce vs buying a single vegetable) which helps farmers reinvest in their future harvests.

We love this model because it creates a more sustainable financial model for our small, local farmers while putting the freshest produce in the hands of our neighbors!

Luckily for all of us, we have two AMAZING  options for CSA produce boxes that deliver directly to E14th Eatery + Kitchen. Read more about them to see if they would be a good fit for you and your fam!

Join our CSA! 

Hella Fresh. Hella Affordable. Hella Local. 

Each box is filled with locally and sustainably grown fruits and vegetables. Our boxes feed a 2+ person household and contain 7 types of produce. Your purchase serves as a direct way to support both community and local farmers. SNAP/CalFresh accepted! 

Mandela Produce Distribution – a project of the non-profit Mandela Partners – supports local, limited-resource farmers, using sustainable practices by establishing an alternative distribution network that passes on wholesale prices to retailers, institutions, restaurants and other mission-aligned community based organizations.

​We prioritize small family farmers that grow sustainably and are located within a 150 mile radius our food hub in the heart of West Oakland. Our customers make up a niche market that understands the importance of supporting socially disadvantaged farmers with fair pricing.

Interested in adding us to your grocery routine?

Brown Girl Farms is located in the Hayward hills of California and managed by founder, Ashlee Johnson-Geisse and her wife Jen Johnson-Geisse. Brown Girl Farms serves to spread loving intention to community through market vegetables, African American heritage crops, and unique seasonal flower bouquets.

Specializing in African-American heritage crops (Collard Greens, Yams, etc.) as well as other seasonal vegetables and fruit. CSA produce program launching Spring 2023!

They  offer bouquets and seasonal greenery door decorations featuring seasonal blooms March-December at Brown Girl Farms. You can find preorder for pick up at E14th Eatery

Pick Up Saturdays 1-6pm

Interested in applying for one of their CSA programs?

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