Time to go shopping!
The cart opened at last night midnight, and it will close at midnight on Sunday, Feb. 17th. Delivery is Thurs., Feb. 21st at our Des Moines locations and Friday, Feb. 22nd at our Ames location. See below for updates on new stuff. To shop go to https://iowafood.coop and log in. If you need help with your username or password, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Lee from The Berry Patch writes: “We will have lettuce, spinach, arugula, radishes, potted herbs and curled parsley, and apple wood this cycle. We may have some kales once we get closer to the end of the cycle.”
Iowa Orchard added half and full peck bags of Fuji apples for this cycle.
Fieldstone Farms has added a new line of products to our listing: 6 varieties of natural lip balm (listed in the Skin and Lip Care subcategory).
Good Shepherd Grass Farms added T-bone steak and beef bacon this cycle. Amber also notes: “we are currently out of beef sticks but hope to have some soon.”
LaVon from Griffieon Family Farm writes: “We finally have ground beef available in pounds and patties! We are also offering whole lamb and pigs for sale, and we have two quarters and one half of beef. We’ve cut the price 70 cents/lb on Smoked Cured Dried Beef (cold nights are great for a quick meal of chipped beef over toast. It’s also great in the dill pickle and cream cheese dip or spreading cream cheese on the dried beef and wrapping a dill pickle and slicing). We added a few cuts of lamb–arm chops, sirloin chops and lamb ribs–and Autumn replenished the soap and lotion shelf! So don’t let the cold weather and furnace dry your skin.”
7 Pines Farm added 8 oz. jars of jalapeno jelly (great for a quick snack on cream cheese and crackers, and also tasty cooked with a pork loin.
The Homestead added live baby romaine lettuce mix in containers that are completely made of renewable bullrush fiber (completely compostable).