City Fresh Market

City Fresh - Fresh Produce 

City Fresh, a program of the New Agrarian Center, has added Lorain County Community College to the many Lorain County stop locations where members of the community can pick up pre-ordered fresh food that is grown locally. LCCC's City Fresh stop will be at LCCC's College Center Building from 3 to 5 p.m., every Wednesday beginning June 11, 2014 and ending October 22.

City Fresh is a non-profit organization that provides access to fresh, locally grown food for urban residents. All food distributed by City Fresh is organic, competitively priced and grown within 70 miles.

Click here for more information, including pricing, about ordering shares from City Fresh.

How to Order

  1. Visit www.cityfresh.org/2014-orders.
  2. Order by phone, mail or in person at least one week in advance. 
  3. Pick up order between 3 and 5 p.m. Wednesdays in the Early College High School Dining Area in College Center. Click here for a campus map.

Remember to bring your own shopping bags!

Please email your questions to City Fresh at annakiss@cityfresh.org.

 

 

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