Just Food Pop Up Market

Join us on November 3, 2018 from 10am-2pm at Sevananda for a sneak peak of the Just Food Market, a sliding scale CSA/farmers market hybrid launching in Atlanta in 2019. No matter how much an individual family can afford to contribute, everyone gets the same selection of fresh, local produce. SNAP/EBT are also accepted at every Just Food Market!

Shares range in price from $6-$40. $6 shares are available for families that currently participate in the SNAP/EBT program. $40 shares are for those who want to intentionally support Food Justice. The retail price is $25 however, we also have a $12 price option for families that do not qualify for SNAP/EBT but still need food assistance. This tiered pricing allows for a genuine community experience around local food. Reference the chart below to determine the cost of your share and register using the link here

 
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  • Shares are $6 for families who receive assistance from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP/EBT) - recipients of $6 shares, please present your SNAP/EBT card to confirm eligibility when picking up your produce . Wholesome Wave Georgia will double the $6 payment for a Total value $12.

  • Shares are $12 for families with limited resources according to the above guidelines.

  • Shares are $25 for families with higher income.

  • You can also purchase a food justice share . Pay $40 (retail price of the share). Put more money in the pot so all can eat!

 
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Just Food: Digging Deeper

Through a partnership with Georgia Farmers Market Association (GFMA) and Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture (TLW), Sevananda Natural Foods Co-op will be hosting new initiative called Just Food. The Just Food initiative is a bi-weekly pop-up farmers market that features fresh food from local farmers. A taste of the Just Food pop up will occur on November 3rd with bi-weekly pop ups slated to launch in 2019. 

 

Just Food serves shareholders who commit to pay a flat rate on an income-based sliding scale.  Shares are purchased ahead of time to guarantee pay for hardworking farmers, and to ensure low income families have access to healthy produce. A share is a selection of ten varieties of local, sustainably grown produce that is picked up during the scheduled two hour pop-up market. 

Sevananda is Atlanta’s original natural food store. And right from our opening day back in 1974, our mission has been to offer our customers food — as well as supplements, vitamins, herbs, even pet food —you can trust: where it’s from, how it’s grown, and what’s in it.

Since its beginning in 2006, Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture has used its expertise to demonstrate how food can be a bridge across diverse cultures, backgrounds, and experiences. Our goal is to use food production as the plate on which we create a culture of health and wellness in our community. Our programs and activities provide agriculture training, nutrition, education and job creation.