This order should arrive in early to mid-June.
Co-op members will be contacted when the order arrives.
Payment is due only after you receive your item. Cash, check, Paypal, credit card/debit card (which is also done through PayPal), and Zelle are all acceptable. Coming soon: payment with cryptocurrency.
You should be able to find your order in the pictures below. If not, please contact the co-op.
The market gives a 5% discount with cash transactions.
The discount is in line with our goal to live slower.
Admittedly, some businesses are trying to avoid paying taxes when they say they prefer cash. Not here. Our finances are transparent.
Other businesses may prefer cash because they avoid the fees associated with some credit card, debit card, and PayPal transactions.
As noted, though, we offer the cash incentive because we feel it is slower.
Source of Graphic: http://www.moneyfactory.gov/about.html
Self-supe at farmersmarket.pizza LLC even extends to customers being able to check the books. That’s right. For those customers who know that a blessing made over stolen food is not really a blessing at all, they can investigate our accounts to make sure the bookkeeping is up to snuff. We are not saying that a customer is to consider their food as stolen if the store where they got the food cooks its books as well as its food. Still, it is an act of piety I think to distance oneself as far as possible from questionable businesses.
Slow living is a movement that is not precisely defined; neither is it too interested in cubbyholing itself.
Here is a Wikipedia article on the subject. As for me, I am a fan of slow living advocates Lady Farmers Mary and Emma Kingsley.
Slow food to me means food that is fresh, local, pure, natural, organic. I’ll be updating this post as I figure out more for myself what slow means.