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Limited Time Sale of Fresh Produce Grown by Esperanza Community Farms | Watsonville - Pajaro Valley

Melanie Wong | Sep 12, 201812:35 PM    

Esperanza Community Farms provides CSA boxes of seasonal, pesticide-free produce to limited income subscribing families. Currently it has more produce ripening in the garden than it has customers. So it is making this local produce available to the general public. Yesterday I was purchased jalapeños and roma tomatoes that were impeccably fresh.

Produce is only $2 for two pounds or $4 for five pounds. Call or visit to order, contact info on the form depicted.

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