Food We Offer

Sunnyside CSA offers locally harvested, farm fresh vegetable and fruit shares during the summer and winter seasons. We also offer special product shares and work with the Lewis Waite Farm Network for items, like meat, dairy and pantry items, that can be ordered individually year-round.

Vegetable and Fruit Shares

Summer and Fall vegetables come from Golden Earthworm Organic Farm, typically running from June to mid November. Golden Earthworm partners with Briermere Farms to offer a Fruit Share that usually runs from July to November.

Winter options include frozen vegetables delivered once a month throughout by Winter Sun Farms, or root vegetables delivered monthly by Golden Earthworm.

For more information on vegetable and fruit shares throughout the year, please check out Vegetable & Fruit Shares.

Or to learn more about the farms, click on their links below:

• Vegetable and Root Vegetable Shares – Golden Earthworm Organic Farm

• Fruit Share – Briermere Farms

• Frozen Vegetables – Winter Sun Farms

Special Product Shares

In addition to the main CSA shares, we offer additional high quality products, produced by small or local farms and businesses. You do not need to have a main vegetable share to sign up for these special products.

For more information about our special products, check out Special Product Shares.

Or click on these links to check out their websites:

• Fish Share – North Atlantic Wild Catch

• Beer Share – Bridge and Tunnel Brewery

• Kombucha Share – Bridge and Tunnel Brewery

• Soap Share – Backyard Bees

Lewis Waite

The Lewis Waite farm network include items like meat, eggs, dairy and other pantry items from a collective of local farms. You do not need to participate in any of the CSA shares to order Lewis Waite. These orders do, however, have order deadlines, and pickups are on the same days/times as the other shares.

Check out Lewis Waite Farm site to find out more. Or visit our Lewis Waite CSA page for more detailed instructions on how to start ordering.

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