Now Serving San Luis Obispo, Los Osos,
Avila, Five Cities, and Nipomo
|If you are interested in
Weekly or Bi-weekly deliveries of fresh
grown vegetables from local farms, sign
up today and start on the path to
a healthier lifestyle. Your choice to
use SLO Veg's
service will guarantee that you are eating
the best possible produce our local land
- Small / $27.82
Feeds 1-2 people
- Medium / $34.24
Feeds 2-3 people
- Large / $40.66
Feeds 3-4 people
non-refundable tote fee
SLO Veg Philosophy / Mission
As the economics worldwide
continue to be in a state of uncertain flux,
there is a ground swell movement across the
country called Community Sustainability.
What does it mean?
is more than just an idea, it's a way to live,
learn, protect, enhance and replenish those
things immediately around us. It
is a way of life! SLO
Veg was born out of this need
for local sustainability. By serving as the
direct link between the areas local farmer
and you the consumer, several critical sustainable
actions occur simultaneously.
Throw in the convenience factor
of knowing you are getting the best local produce
available, showing up at your doorstep either
weekly or bi-weekly and there doesn't seem to
us here at SLO Veg,
any reason NOT to use us!! Try us out. There
are no contracts or minimum participation requirements.
Just say "Yes" to your community and help sustain
its health. Thank you!!!
- Nearly 3 times as much money is re-circulated within SLO County, which translates into healthier businesses, increased employment opportunities and economic growth for this community.
- Produce is just plain healthier. "Supermarket" produce travels an average of 1500 miles from the farm to your dinner table and who knows how long it's been since it was picked from the farm where it was grown? Our farmers are from Goleta to Coalinga. Nothing is more than 48 hours removed from the supplying farm.
- Smaller Carbon Footprint. By buying local, you reduce the need to truck commodities into SLO County.
- Traceability. You don't have to go to far back to remember the peanut butter, spinach and tomato issues to realize the importance of traceability and accountability.