Pick-ups at your Business or Workplace
If you’d like to set up a Harvest Box pick-up location at your office or through your business, Contact Us. It’s a great way to bring in customers to your business, or to introduce co-workers to the local food movement!
What is the Harvest Box?
Eden Project’s Seasonal Harvest Box provides you fresh and nutritious local produce on a weekly basis. Every subscription supports our growing network of farmers and food artisans in and around Calgary. We also include fruit and vegetables from the Okanagan Valley to expand our seasonal selections and support local agriculture in BC’s interior.
Fresh Produce, direct from your local farmers! Purchase a subscription today and enjoy the superior nutrition, flavour and shelf-life of fresh, local produce while supporting sustainable agriculture, fair trade and local economic development.
Please read Our Food Policy to learn about our commitment to local and healthy food.
(Note that while we encourage organic practices across the board, we do sometimes carry conventional products that will be clearly labelled).
Contents and Cost
Your Farm Box contents will be different each week, containing 6-8 items from the following categories:
Product list coming soon!
*Please note that there will be limited opportunity to swap items you don’t like each week
COST: Each Harvest Box subscription comes to $40/Box (up to 12 deliveries). Invoice and payment options will be sent after you have signed up. Please Complete the Form Below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss partial subscriptions or paying in instalments.
Contact Us to request your business or workplace!
Thursdays, June 23 to Oct 6
Late or Missed Pick Ups – We would like to offer “self-serve” or alternate pick up options for those who arrive late, but this is not guaranteed and will be assessed on a week-to-week basis. Unclaimed boxes will be donated to a local food charity.
Sorry! We are no longer taking new sign-ups for this Farm Box. Like our Facebook page and stay up-to-date on this spring’s Farm Boxes as well as other news.