Get your basket of organic produce delivered to the campus.

Finding it hard to source organic fruits and veggies? How about delivery? When you sign up for a Community Shared Agriculture (CSA) food service, you’ll get a basket of fresh, organic, seasonal produce delivered to campus with your name on it – and you’ll be supporting a Canadian farmer!

All you need to do is register for your basket, bring your reusable bag to the Health Promotions Office when your goodies arrive, and enjoy!

We have partnered with Ferme aux Pleines Saveurs to bring you some of the best fruits and veggies in the region. The farm takes care of your CSA registration and fees, and any other administrative details.

Each week, Martin and Chantale will send you a reminder email along with some recipe ideas for the specific fruits and vegetables in that week’s basket.

There are a variety of payment options and you can get your basket delivered weekly, biweekly, or on a customized schedule.

You can pick up your produce on Tuesdays between 12 p.m. and 5 p.m. in the University Centre, room 203 (UCU203).

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Choose a small or large basket

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Decide if you want your basket every week or second week

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Collect your veggies and fruits

Special features

  • All the products are organic.
  • You get special recipes for some of the items in your box.
  • There is a community box that you trade some of your fruits and vegetables if they aren't your thing.
  • There is also a special online shop where you can order additional items, including prepared items (sauces and jellies) as well as seasonal items (like bushels of apples).
local and seasonal vegetables in the CSA box