Thursday, February 6, 2020 kicked off week one delivery of our Try Before You Buy (TBYB) promotion. The idea was born since many have inquired as to how exactly weekly Kith & Kin deliveries work. However, Kith & Kin is so much more than just a weekly delivery of produce. So we figured what better way to understand than to actually have the Kith & Kin experience. We offered families the half share experience for 2 weeks. Just what does the “experience” include?
Of course the produce basket is the star of Kith and Kin CSA. The week one basket included the following:
- Asian Spinach
- Green Onions
- Mustard Greens
- Bonus Item: Cherry Jam
Our Try Before You Buy members received an email detailing the contents of their baskets. It outlined different recipe options that would utilize their week one items in the tastiest of ways!
Social Media Support
We always encourage our members to share their recipes and photos of meals prepared on our private members Facebook page. This is great because it allows members to support each other. The photos certainly inspire us to get more creative in the kitchen! Since our TBYB members are not on social media, some communicated with us via text message and shared their photos and excitement about their week one baskets as you can see pictured below.
How Do You Feel About Your Basket?
Not sure if a CSA is right for you? We get that. We want you to know that Kith & Kin is versatile enough to work for anyone especially those who want to improve their meal plan. One of our TBYB members openly expressed not being big on cooking, much less cooking fresh produce. However, she was thrilled to receive her first basket. She even prepared a recipe, which she had held on to for 13 years, using Kith & Kin produce! As farmers, this is such an honor! What did she have to say about her basket?
“Y’all been holding out. It’s so good!”
If you are looking to join Kith & Kin CSA then there is no better time than the present. Our Spring CSA has a few slots left. Sign up ends February 29th.
We are so pumped to have reached more Wiregrass families with our home grown goodness! For more information about our week two TBYB baskets, check out our public Facebook page. There we post regular updates about Kith & Kin CSA – where food is grown by families.