No, but our roots stem from the CSA model. An important difference between Fresh City and a Community Shared Agriculture (CSA) box is that you do not assume the risk of crop failure. That is, Fresh City guarantees the value in your bag regardless of weather or pest issues, and there is no season-long commitment. We grow some of our produce during the growing season at our farms in Toronto's Downsview Park and at Baka Mobile. We've chosen to partner with other small, local farmers to offer our members a wide diversity of produce and other local products, and to help support our local economy. A dollar spent on a Toronto-grown carrot typically stays in Toronto.
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- Do you have gift cards?
- What are your Member Support hours?
- How does Fresh City support the community?
- Is Fresh City a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program?
- How does Fresh City practice sustainability?
- Fresh City is a B Corp. What does that mean?
- What is the Member Farmer program?
- Does Fresh City have a farm?
- Why should I choose Fresh City?