The Arkansas Gift That Keeps On Giving. | Rock Candy

Thursday, December 3, 2009

The Arkansas Gift That Keeps On Giving.

Posted By on Thu, Dec 3, 2009 at 8:30 AM

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More Arkansas food-based gift ideas this morning... and this one's a biggie.  I mean, really, what says "I love you" more than three months of good, Arkansas-grown food?  Well, just because the harvest is over, doesn’t mean you have to go without fresh Arkansas-raised vegetables and fruit for the winter. Arkavores rejoice: fresh produce and products are available year-round through the Certified Arkansas Farmers Market online. You can go on the website to find out what’s available and set up for a Saturday morning pickup.

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Here’s where you’ll find things like pecans, sweet potatoes, Arkansas black apples, dairy products and eggs, all grown here in-state. Better yet, gift your loved one with a Basket-A-Month subscription; each month, the recipient will receive an email to confirm a pickup of a basket containing fresh eggs, milk, produce and more. A gift that lasts three months or more and which helps Arkansas farmers and producers. RANGE: Basket-A-Month is $180 for three months; more months may be purchased. ONLINE: www.arkansasfood.net for Basket-A-Month, cafm.locallygrown.net for shopping. PHONE: email for number. PICKUP: By arrangement & at 6th & Main in North Little Rock on appointment.

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