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Co-op Schedule

March 5 – OPEN
March 12 – OPEN
March 19 – OPEN
March 26 – OPEN
April 2 – OPEN
April 9 – OPEN
April 16 – OPEN
April 23 – OPEN
April 30 – OPEN
May 7 – OPEN
May 14 – OPEN
May 21 – OPEN (Last pick-up for Spring 2018)
*(After May 21, we will be closed for Summer Break May 28, 2018 to Oct 2018. Fall opening week will depend on the weather, crop harvest and farmer schedules.)

*Annual Paid Co-op Members receive a 10% Discount Card to local participating restaurants that can be used during the Co-op’s closed months.

FROM JUNE TO MIDDLE OR END OF OCTOBER the following season. *Annual Paid Co-op Members receive a 10% Discount Card to local participating restaurants that can be used during the Co-op’s closed months.

The long hot summers make it hard on farmers to stay in business so usually the co-op closes for a summer break when the farms shut down too.
The break usually occurs:
June/July to October

However, we always must take it week by week in case there is any major disaster with the fields, volunteer schedule or something else comes up that causes us to not be able to open the Co-op.


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Are there membership fees?

To help us grow and to cover overhead costs we ask that you pay an annual fee of $35 per household for a one calendar year Co-op Membership. This fee is automatically added to your online invoice the second time you place an order. You are welcome to try us for the first order as a free trial before becoming an officially paid member.

If you have a limited income and can not afford the membership fee, please email us to see if you qualify for a Co-op Sponsored Membership Account.

Only Co-op Members will be allowed to order from the Co-op on a regular basis.

Please Note: that during the hottest months of summer many farms do not grow food here in Florida so there may be a few months where local produce is unavailable. At that time we will work to get the next best organic food source for Co-op Members.

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How do I order?

We are excited to start our 9th season and are changing things up a little! At the beginning of each week on Tuesday, a list of available products is sent to all of our registered co-op members and newsletter recipients by e-mail. You will know we are open when you are able to login and add items to your shopping cart :) We also post we are open on our FB page.

OPENSTUESDAY As early as we can (online)

Orders can be placed here on our website. Ordering through this web site is currently the only method we offer and it is designed to reduce the amount of time it takes us to process orders as well as provide you with detailed information about our products.

Minimum Pick-up Order is $10 with NO additional fees.
THE CO-OP DOES NOT HAVE SPACE FOR HOLDING YOUR PRODUCE…So If you do NOT pick-up your order on time, your order will be donated to a family in need. YOU WILL STILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT OF YOUR ORDER. Your account will be disabled and you will not be able to order through the co-op until your account is paid up to date.

We currently offer delivery in the Dunedin area on a week by week basis depending upon the amount of volunteer help we have each week. The cost is $5 with a $12 order minimum. We deliver after our Saturday Pick-up, anytime between 3 to 9PM, depending on volunteer help and how smooth the pick-up goes. If no one will be home please make sure a large sealed cooler is left in a shady spot with payment. If it’s your first delivery we will touch base to make plans :)

Save money and “be part of the co-op” by organizing your friends, family and co-workers to buy with you to meet the minimum requirement. Also if we deliver multiple orders to one location the delivery fee is only $5 total for all orders to that location.

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When do I pay?

We accept cash or checks when your order is delivered or picked-up. Because we may have to adjust your total then (to account for unannounced items you decide to purchase or items that were unexpectedly unavailable OR meat adjustments), we do not accept advance payment on the website.

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Is the Co-op Open Every Week?

No, the Co-op either opens or remains closed each week depending on what and how much produce is available each week. However our goal is to remain open every week if and when possible.

We only offer LOCALLY GROWN produce and the availability of Local Organic & Homegrown Produce grown without chemicals is currently very unreliable in our area. So when there is enough to make it happen we open and when not, we take a break.

The important thing is that we all continue to support each other throughout the Co-op’s ups and downs, this supports and allows the Co-op to continue to grow and become a more reliable source of local food each new season and year.

Summertime is our slowest season, so if you join the Co-op in the Spring or Summer, please understand that we may be closed for a few weeks or even a few months depending on the growers and the weather. Think of your commitment to the Co-op as an investment in your Local Community and it’s Growing Local Food Movement! It is a small fee to pay in comparison to the great impact it is making.

Please understand that the past few years the Co-op has been fortunate and able to open and run continuously from October through May/June. Each year is different depending upon our current farms and farmers and of course the all mighty Mother Earth and her unpredictable weather, pests and diseases. We hope to continue this schedule, however nothing we do is guaranteed and we are at the mercy of many variables. With that said please continue to support the Co-op as often as you can so we can work toward expanding the Co-op each season and supporting our local farmers and food movement.

Thank you to so many of our local restaurant owners and their support for the Co-op all year long through the EAT for LOCAL FOOD PROJECT. It is the greatest benefit to being a Co-op Member when the co-op is closed. Co-op Membership receive a 10% Discount at 8 Great Local Restaurants when they present their Co-op Membership Card!

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When and Where do I pick up my order?


Minimum Order is $10 with NO additional fees.

Save money and “be part of the co-op” by organizing your friends, family and co-workers to buy with you to meet the minimum requirement. Also if we deliver multiple orders to one location the delivery fee is only $5 total for all orders to that location.

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Will I have to buy vegetables I don't want?

Unlike some co-ops, buying clubs, or CSAs where everyone gets the same box of stuff (and you don’t know what you’re getting until you get it), with the Dunedin Harvest Co-op you get to order what you want, in the quantities that you want. The weekly email lists the produce and other goods available that week, and you can browse the items on this website before you place your order.

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Why are the meat orders adjusted and sometimes different than the price listed online?

All meat cuts weigh different amounts as that is the way the USDA slaughterhouse does it, even the ground meats. All cows are different sizes as well so all steaks and roasts and other cuts of meat vary as well. We offer multiple orders of the same cuts and don’t’ have the time or space on the website to list every single individual package. So to make it more efficient, we try our best to list an average weight of each cut. Then when we pack your order we adjust your invoice to the correct actual weight. SO PLEASE ALWAYS WAIT TO WRITE A CHECK UNTIL YOU PICK-UP OR RECIEVE YOUR ORDER.

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How do I cook grass-fed meat products?

We want you to have a great experience with all produce and products you purchase through our Market. Many folks are not aware that grass-fed beef and lamb are made for rare to medium-rare cooking. If you want it cooked more well done then you have to stew it on very low heat. GRASS FED BEEF HAS THE FAT CONTENT OF SKINLESS CHICKEN. Source: Here are some tips for successfully cooking grass-fed beef and some how-to recipes for different cuts of grass-fed beef. Here are some tips for successfully cooking grass-fed lamb with recipes too. Here is an all purpose link with recipes for all meats, including pork. Bon appetit!

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How can I support the Co-op?

There are many ways to support and be part of the Co-op!

#1 Sign-up with an account online today and start buying local!

#2 Volunteer for the Co-op!

Make sure to visit the Co-op’s main website at!

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Why Support Locally Grown?

Enhance your local economy: By purchasing produce and other items from local growers you are providing stability to your local economy through the support of local businesses.

Fresh from the fields to your table!
Local produce contains all the vital nutrients that the human body needs & deserves.

Save natural resources: Buying locally makes you an invaluable link in the process of saving resources such as fossil fuels and packaging materials. Also, we are right here in your community so the expense of transportation and delivery is kept to a minimum.

Provide learning opportunities: Locally Grown supporters provide member growers the means to help educate our community about the importance of sustainable agriculture.

Supporting a way of life: The number of small farms in the United States has decreased dramatically in the last decade. Please help us preserve an honest and worthy means of making a living.

We believe that small, diverse, family-owned farms contribute to society’s overall health.

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How can I sell through this market?

If you’ve already created a customer account here, simply go to Our Growers and click on ‘Join this Market’. This will add you to our system and our market managers will contact you with the next step. We currently do not charge a joining fee, but we do take a percentage of your overall sales. Like at a traditional farmers’ market, you do get to set your own prices and list your items as you wish. Contact the market manager if you want more information.

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