Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a process by which people can buy local produce directly from a farmer. A farmer sells a certain number of shares to the public, and each person that purchases a share will be the recipient of a fresh box or bag of vegetables every week throughout the season. For the farmers, this is beneficial because they are able to get their cash ahead of time and sell their produce in advance. The obvious major benefit for consumers is the super-fresh produce that they have the pleasure of consuming each week.
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