Join Us for Our Next Order: April 28th

Join Us for Our Next Order: April 28th

Our next order places with Regional Access, Four Seasons, Hudson Valley Harvest, and Tierra Farm* on Monday, April 28th at 10am and will arrive on Thursday, May 1st. This week, members are splitting bulk items such as organic fair trade bananas, organic avocados, multigrain loaves, organic short grain brown rice, almond butter, grapefruit, kiwi, soymilk, …

Weekly Ordering Resumes in May + Last Chance for Nistock Farm Lamb

Warmer weather and longer daylight hours means more availability of fresh, local, and organic options. Weekly ordering will resume the first week of May through the last week of October. During this time, members will see the return of Early Morning Farm’s CSA-style fresh produce boxes as well as seasonal produce from Reeves Farm, 3 …

Want Free Groceries? Become a Work-Exchange Member

Become a work-exchange member and earn credits towards future purchases. Work-exchange members assist with outreach, packing orders and greeting members at distribution, managing social media, and more. After future orders are placed, work-exchange members receive a percentage of the group charge, a fee added on to members’ orders that is also used to close splits …

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Sign Up for the Seasonal Share by May 1st

Enjoy a seasonal selection of pantry, produce, meat, and dairy items when you sign up for our seasonal share. The seasonal share runs June 26 through October 19 and offers weekly pickups of CSA-style fresh and frozen produce, added value staples, local meat and local dairy. As the seasonal share contains a variety of options, …

Join Us for Our Next Order: April 14th

Our next order goes in on Monday, April 14th at 10am. This week’s open splits (bulk items members are sharing with each other) include: In the annual membership club: organic all purpose flour raw almond butter almond meal almond milk arborio rice mangos broccoli bacon Brussels sprouts butter carrots heavy cream tea and more In …

What Does Good Food Look Like to You?

At Bed-Stuy Bounty, we see good food as whole foods, minimally processed, grown, raised, and produced as close to home as possible. We see good food as personal, cultural, spiritual, and communal. We understand that good food must include a care and commitment to people, land, animals, and the environment. We believe that good food is best served when …

Membership Fees are Going Up. ACT NOW to Lock in 2013 Membership Rate

Bed-Stuy Bounty charges an annual membership fee in order to maintain its overhead costs. Orders are organized on the Wholeshare.com platform, an independent and privately owned company that manages the inventory and processing of our group’s orders. Bed-Stuy Bounty does not mark up the items available on Wholeshare, so revenue comes from membership fees and …

3 Ways to Shop with Bed-Stuy Bounty

One of the benefits of ordering direct from a distributor/farmer is not having any inventory. And not having inventory means product isn’t sitting on a dusty shelf or cold storage for who knows how long. Our members receive the freshest product short of growing it themselves. In an effort to make participating in Bed-Stuy Bounty …