5 Comments on “What is a CSA?”

  1. It is not clear to me from the information supplied on your website whether a subscription fee includes produce and farm products (as in the original CSA model) or if one pays a subscription fee for the service and then pays for the products in addition to the subscription fee. I got the impression of the latter because I saw prices given for individual products (broccoli rabe, for example). Altogether, I don’t understand exactly how this works. What exactly does one get on exchange for a subscription and who chooses what goes into a bag/how are contents chosen?

    I’d appreciate clarification.

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    1. Hi Erika!

      We don’t charge a fee for joining, only for orders that you place and we deliver. All you have to do is click the JOIN button at the top of the page, select a pick-up site that works for you, and after a few steps you’ll have created a Field Goods account. Then you can select all the subscriptions (curated selection of products) and individual items you’d like, for the delivery dates that you choose!

      For more info on subscriptions: http://www.field-goods.com/products

      If you have any questions, please reach out to info@field-goods.com.

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