$250 Worth of Sweet, Local Cherries | Bi-Rite Market (San Francisco, CA)

$250 Worth of Sweet, Local Cherries | Bi-Rite Market (San Francisco, CA)
CherriesBi-Rite Market, San Francisco's premier neighborhood market, is donating ~30 lbs. of sweet American River cherries (valued at $250) to one qualified hunger relief non-profit in San Francisco. These dark red beauts are firm and sweet; great for snacking or for any DIY project – homemade scones or pies, sweet preserves or dehydrated cherries! Here at Bi-Rite Market, our mission of "creating community through food" extends beyond our four walls. We believe that it takes a village to make a community thrive. To that end, we support organizations that are working to strengthen our San Francisco community. Help us continue creating this community by getting this beautiful, delicious local fruit to families in need!
  • Retail Value:$250 (at 100% off)
  • Price: FREE!
  • Location: Bi-Rite Divisadero (550 Divisadero between Hayes and Fell)
  • Terms: Email ben@biritemarket.com with a short note accepting this donation and describing your organization or group’s hunger relief mission. Inquiries will be addressed on a first-come, first-served basis. The donation will be given to one SF-based organization. The recipient agrees to pick up this produce today or tomorrow at Bi-Rite Market at 550 Divisadero St. in San Francisco. Appropriate transportation is required.
Cherries About Bi-Rite Market Bi-Rite Market, on the surface, is a San Francisco grown premium grocery store, but dig a little deeper and you will find it is so much more. They have a multi-faceted bottom line that includes a better livelihood for farmers, a smaller environmental footprint, a living wage for their employees and supporting local non-profits, schools, artistic organizations and community groups. Bi-Rite, keeping with their mission and innovative spirit, has agreed to join the CropMobster™ community and initiate a pilot project over the summer. If you know any hunger relief organizations in San Francisco, please forward this link to them and encourage them to join the CropMobster™ community.

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