Unless you grow your own food or make weekly trips to a farmers market you may be hard pressed to find quality, fresh produce at your local grocery store in the summer. Large chains tend to have the saddest choices: yellowing herbs, wilted greens, under-ripe everything – all from far flung places.
But that doesn’t mean you have to settle for what a grocery store has to offer! If organic, locally sourced, in-season produce is important to you, consider signing up for community shared agriculture (CSA).
Read on to learn more about what to expect from a CSA and why you should consider joining one.