ANNOUNCING FOOD CLUBS AND CO-OPS HANDBOOK FUNDRAISER FOR THE WESTON A. PRICE FOUNDATION
Looking for tools to start, expand, or improve a local food buying club or co-op?
Want to bring nutrient dense foods to your community and kitchen?
The new Buying Club and Co-op Handbook by Louisville chapter leader John Moody will help you:
–find members, farmers, and companies to supply you and your community with high quality food and products;
–properly handle money, members, and farmers in order to avoid big headaches now and down the road;
–understand and implement safe food handling practices to protect yourself, your members, and your farmers;
–think through various legal and fiscal issues and how they affect you and your club; and
–make better decisions about your club’s location, structure, pricing, and more!
BENEFIT TO WAPF
The Weston A. Price Foundation will receive 10 percent of all purchases made from November 25 through midnight, December 11.
Order your downloadable copy here, www.foodclubsandcoops.com/book/.
Also, remember to subscribe to the blog and other tools, as these are meant to supplement and expand upon the resources in the book. So much important information that couldn’t or didn’t fit in book format is available on the site – company and product reviews, security and safety practices, legal and political food freedom and safety updates, and much more!
All these free resources are available at www.foodclubsandcoops.com
For those who want a print copy, the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund has it available for order from their online store at www.farmtoconsumer.org.🖨️ Print post
Elie Kang says
Hi, I’m Elie! I live in Garden Grove, Orange County, California. I’d like to join a coop for buying certified organic vegetables and Grass fed beef. Please help me find a buying club I can join! Thank you! 714-638-2000 Heavenearthuniverse@gmail.com