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Searching for Food Co-ops in the Montgomery, AL area

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Can anyone point me in the direction of food or other co-ops in the Montgomery, AL area?  We might be relocating there and I buy all of our stuff from co-ops in NC.

post #2 of 5

I came across these awhile ago on to your health sprouted flour's website but have not used them since we are in Birmingham, but you could email them.


 

Co-Ops & Buying Clubs

ALABAMA

Red Root Herb & Vegetable Farm
Banks, AL 
(334) 243–0472 
(serving Dothan, Auburn and Montgomery, AL market)

Weston A. Price Foundation
Auburn, AL Chapter 
gnomons at (use @ symbol) bellsouth.net

post #3 of 5

there is also a CSA in Auburn, AL  www.randlefarms.com

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Red Root Farm is great. We have done both Randall and Red Root, and get much bigger bags from Red Root. The thing that we liked about Randall was the eggs, and the fact that you can pick blueberries for free in season if you are a member. But, overall, I liked Red Root better because they had much bigger bags, and they are organic, whereas Randall does not say that they are organic (although he did tell me he does not spray the blueberries unless there is a problem).

post #5 of 5

Randall Farms website corrected is:  http://randlefarms.net/

Red Root Herb & Vegetable Farm website is: http://redrootfarm.com/

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