You don’t have to go broke trying to feed your family because there is a way to get 60 pounds of food for just $10 in the Valley.
It’s called Market on the Move .
It’s almost like a very cheap, traveling farmers market.
When farmers and grocery stores have too much food, they obviously don’t want to throw it away. So they sell it to Market on the Move and that’s good news for you!
For a $10 donation you’ll get 60 pounds of fresh produce. Keep in mind, this produce is very ripe, so you won’t be able to store it for long. But for $10, it’s worth sharing it with your friends and family.
The events are every Saturday from 7 a.m.-10 a.m. at locations all around the Valley.
All you have to do is go online to find out the locations of the events.
We visited the St. Mark Lutheran Church and they had all sorts of produce, including avocados, tomatoes, even watermelon.
You simply give the $10 donation and you will get a full box of produce.
The food goes quickly, so you’re best off getting to the event early, before the food runs out.
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