Spring 2018 Registration Information:
What is a Community-Supported Agriculture “CSA” Membership?
Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a food production and distribution system that directly connects farmers to consumers. In short, people buy "shares" of a farm's harvest in advance and then receive a portion of the crops as they are harvested.
University Dining’s CSA includes 100% local produce, delivered directly to campus to save you a trip to the store and the farm. We’ve partnered with Forerunner Foods, a local produce distributer located in Woodstock, GA, to provide a ten-week subscription program featuring ten weeks of locally grown produce. All CSA produce is grown and harvested exclusively in the state of Georgia.
About Forerunner Foods:
Fore-run-ner: a person or thing that precedes the coming or development of someone or something else.
“Forerunner Foods is a distributor of local fresh produce and food service supplies, focusing on small local farms, seasonal freshness, and unique products. Established in Woodstock, GA, we are able to service the Metro Atlanta area with a hands-on, small business approach. Come taste for yourself and see why farm fresh is better!”