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Bountiful Baskets

Welcome to Bountiful Baskets!

We hope you enjoy your experience with Bountiful Baskets Food Co-op (BBFC). BBFC distributes produce baskets, organic produce baskets, artisan bread and sandwich bread every other week.

here is a recent traditional $15 basket from one of our local sites.

Here is a recent traditional $15 basket from one of our local sites.

BBFC is a group of people who work together for mutual benefit. This is a grassroots, all volunteer, no contracts, no catch co-operative. Since there are no employees at Bountiful Baskets, we as a group pay rock bottom prices on your food. This also means the co-op would not happen without volunteers. If you are interested in the co-op continuing, please volunteer occasionally. All it takes is a little time, energy and a smile. Volunteer opportunities include helping prepare the baskets, breaking down boxes, assisting with the distribution, and packing up. To help out, simply arrive an hour early dressed and ready to work with water to drink.

Bountiful Baskets offers many extra items such as a juice pack.

Bountiful Baskets offers many extra items such as a juice pack.

One last little thing… To quote a press release that a local City put out to encourage residents to consider participating, “Bountiful Baskets Food Co-op is a participatory experience. Participants all save a substantial amount of money on healthy food. In exchange there are no employees to guide participants through the experience.” Please read the contents of the FAQ and Policies before emailing us. All the information necessary to participate is available on the website.

Here is another excellent option of healthy food in our community.

Here is another excellent option of healthy food in our community.

The Bountiful Baskets pick up in Canon City is held every other Saturday in the gym of the Mountain View Core Knowledge School. We are a “B week” site so be sure to mark us on your calendar!

2017-01-22T01:41:08+00:00 January 21st, 2015|News&Stories, Our communty|

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