Agriberry CSA Keeps Improving













Agriberry’s improved farm share program is providing the same local, flavorful and nutritious fruit with a new system that custom designs each assorted box. Customers rate fruits to set their preferences and Agriberry will provide a personalized share every week with the option to swap items before pickup.

       Standard shares are four units of fruit, and double shares are discounted. Sign up by the end of March to receive a $20 credit that can be used to add additional fruits to any shares during the season. Refer a friend through the website to earn a $25 credit each.

       Over the 20-week summer season, subscribers can get strawberries, sugar snap peas, asparagus, rhubarb, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, cherries, apricots, peaches, nectarines, melons, apples, pears and grapes of the highest quality in the mid-Atlantic region, all grown on sustainable family farms.

       There are 10 weekday pickup locations from Short Pump to Mechanicsville and Ashland to Midlothian. Being a member guarantees that selected fruits won’t get sold out before pickup, and members get 20 percent off additional purchases from Agriberry at local farmers’ markets.

To sign up, email or visit Harvie.Farm/profile/agriberry-farm. Hiring summer workers now.



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