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August 26, 2009
Source: Emory Report/June 22, 2009

A new program offers a square deal: Boxes of organic fruits and vegetables grown on local farms can be ordered to pick up weekly on campus.

The Emory Organic Market Box Program provides boxes containing mainly local and regional produce with some items from organic farms outside the region for variety, says Julie Shaffer, sustainable food service education coordinator.

The boxes, which come in three sizes, are picked up on Thursdays from 3-6 p.m. at The Depot.

"It is definitely not too late to begin ordering. We will continue into fall if we have a minimum order of 20 boxes per week on average," she adds.


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