GET FRESH LOCAL PRODUCECommunity Controlled Food Initiative



For $20 a month you can get fresh produce, support local farmers and make new friends! SNAP/EBT customers are welcome.

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KHEPRW INSTITUTESecond Saturdays, 3-5PM

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What is it?


A monthly community-led food cooperative that provides fresh affordable food and support local farmers.

How it Works?


You pay $20 or $15 (seniors 55+ and SNAP/EBT while supplies last) and we buy fresh food collectively to get wholesale prices and support local farmers!

When and Where?


Food pick-up is once a month on the 2nd Saturday at 3pm-5pm at Kheprw Institute (3549 Boulevard Place).


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STEP 1Choose Your Best Option


See the payment options below to decide the membership that is right for you:

Full Price Share – $20


Open to everyone, become a member and support the food cooperative.

Senior Shares (55+) – $15


While supplies last, must be purchased in person at Kheprw Institute (see details below) please bring in ID to verify.

EBT/SNAP Share – $7.50 (one per SNAP/EBT card)


While supplies last, regular cost is $15, but sponsorship from the Fresh Bucks program reduces the cost to $7.50. See details below to sign up.

STEP 2Reserve Your Order by the First Saturday


To order online, click one of the options below and buy your own share or donate one!

Pay in Person (CHECKS ONLY)


Come to the Kheprw Institute (3549 Boulevard Place) Tuesday-Friday 10am-3pm. Ask the front desk person for an order form and please make your check payable to CCFI.

EBT/SNAP Customers


Please fill out the form below by the First Saturday of each month to order your share! We will call you to confirm your order, which will only be placed when we get a confirmation from you. You will pay with your SNAP/EBT card on the Second Saturday 3-5pm when you pick-up your share. Limited to one order per card.

STEP 3Pick Up Your Share



Food share pick up is every 2nd Saturday of each month from 3-5pm at Kheprw Institute (3549 Boulevard Place). Join us for the Good Food Feast cooking demonstration starting at 3pm!

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Kheprw Institute is proud to partner with AR Quality Exchange a local Indianapolis business that sources paper and self-care products from black-owned businesses. Click below to place your order and pick-up your product at the Good Food Feast, which is the 2nd Saturday of the month, 3-5pm at Kheprw Institute (3549 Boulevard Place).



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Contact Us


Call: 317-329-4803 ext 703 E-mail: food@kheprw.org


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Good Food Feast


Join us the 2nd Saturday of every month from 3-5pm. This is a time to celebrate over good food and continue to build our vision!

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Saturday February 10th

3549 Boulevard Pl, Indianapolis, IN 46208


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Be sure to purchase by the 1st Saturday of the month to ensure your food is reserved


Farmers


See below the July 2016 Community Controlled Food Initiative Farmer Bios! All of our food is purchased directly from small-scale local farmers, with an emphasis on chemical-free methods. We have some of the freshest food in the entire city of Indianapolis for a great wholesale value. Learn more about some of our wonderful farmers below! We are seeking more chemical-free local farmers to expand our network!


Street Beets Street-side Market Garden


See below the July 2016 Community Controlled Food Initiative Farmer Bios! All of our food is purchased directly from small-scale local farmers, with an emphasis on chemical-free methods. We have some of the freshest food in the entire city of Indianapolis for a great wholesale value. Learn more about some of our wonderful farmers below! We are seeking more chemical-free local farmers to expand our network!

Biltz Greenhouses & Produce


Biltz Greenhouses & Produce Ernie Biltz owns Biltz Greenhouses, located in Worthington, IN. Ann Hamilton, or one of her workers have been bringing vegetables and fruit to the Community Farmers’ Market of Owen County on Saturdays for the past three to four years. Planting, growing, harvesting and taking care of the fruit and vegetables is my only occupation. My intention is to bring number one fresh fruits and vegetables to the market. Farmer Ernie arranges the food purchases with CCFI. His food is majority chemical free. This month he sold us sweet corn, zucchini, and yellow squash.

John Raber Farms


John Raber is an Amish farmer located in Oden, IN. He sells collaboratively with other Amish farmers and sells at three Indianapolis Farmers Markets, including the Binford Market (Market at Hague), the Carmel Market, and the Wednesday City Market. His food is chemical free. This month he sold us candy onions, kale, and cucumbers.

Dutch Heritage Market


John Lapp is an Amish food grower located in Wayne County, IN. He also purchases locally sourced food from a Produce Auction operated by a group within the Amish community. Most of his food is pesticide-free, including all of the food we purchased. This month he sold us cabbage, tomatoes, and collard greens.

Resources


The Fresh Stop Project