CUESA E-letter: Brewing Worker Power ☕

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CUESA's Weekly E-Letter | July 12, 2019 | View as Webpage
Alchemy Collective Coffee Brews Worker Power
As small food businesses do their best to make it in the increasingly competitive and expensive Bay Area, a new generation is turning to cooperative models to support their workers. From veterans such as Cheese Board Collective, Arizmendi Bakery, and Mandela Grocery Cooperative to more recent openings like Hasta Muerte and Tamarack, the East Bay is fertile ground for worker-owned cooperatives that are pushing forward a more democratic way of doing business.
Among such businesses, Alchemy Collective Coffee, a majority QTPOC (queer, trans, and people of color) worker-owned café and roaster, fosters a dedication to shared decision-making and providing a safe space for their workers and community at their Berkeley café and Jack London Square Farmers Market stand, while brewing high-quality coffee one cup at a time.
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This Week's Picks
Flying saucer squash | Dahlias | Strawberries | Pickling cucumbers | Blue Lake beans | Spigarello kale| Western Sweet nectarines | Kohlrabi | Summer savory | Gwen avocados
MORE PICKS
Tomorrow! Ultimate Summer Picnic with Maker's Mark: Hands-on Cooking & Cocktail Class
There are just a few tickets left for this hands-on class at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market taking place tomorrow,July 13. At this cooking and cocktail class, learn how to incorporate peak-season, farm-fresh summer produce into delicious bourbon cocktails and artisan bites.
GET TICKETS
Ripe: Summer Cocktails of the Farmers Market
Raise a glass to local farmers this National Farmers Market Week! On August 7, sip and savor California’s abundance in all of its peak-season glory at Ripe: Summer Cocktails of the Farmers Market at the Ferry Building. 🍑🌞🍹
GET TICKETS
Get Involved! Nourish Your Community as a CUESA Intern
Make a difference in your community by supporting CUESA's education programs. We have four exciting internship positions available, including Foodwise Kids Intern, Foodwise Teens Intern, Food Access & Outreach Intern, and Food Systems Education Intern.
LEARN MORE & APPLY
Elote Roasted Corn Salad with Cherry Tomatoes, Sprouts and Seeds
Brandon Rice of Rich Table shares his elote corn salad recipe, garnished with cojita cheese aioli, sprouts and seeds from Brooks & Daughters, and cherry tomatoes.
TRY THE RECIPE
Ferry Plaza Farmers Market: Saturday, Tuesday, Thursday
Featured Seller: Oya Organics   Oya Organics is currently offering a mix of cherry tomatoes and other tomato varieties from their Hollister farm. Marsha Habib and Modesto Sanchez Cruz rotate between 50 annual crops on their diversified farm, while prioritizing care of their workers.
MEET OYA ORGANICS
Back on Saturdays! Lucero Organic Farms
Lucero Organic Farms is returning to the Saturday farmers market tomorrow with tomatoes and summer squash from their Galt farm. Lucero Organic Farms is family owned and offers a variety of heirloom fruits and vegetables.
MEET LUCERO ORGANIC FARMS
Jack London Square Farmers Market: Sunday
Featured Seller: Ground Stew Farms
Farmer Nicholas currently offers strawberries and bok choy from his Castroville farm. Ground Stew Farms was founded by Sergio Jimenez, and Nicholas Ayala took over the operation in February 2018 after the two met at the Ecological Farming Conference.
MEET GROUND STEW FARMS
Upcoming Programs
Hands-On Crafts at the Kids' Corner | Sundays | 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
The Food Shed: Heart of Summer Tomatoes | Sundays in July | 11:00 am
JACK LONDON CALENDAR
Mission Community Market: Thursday
Featured Seller: Happy Boy Farms
Owner Greg Beccio has been growing organically for over 20 years in the Central Coast region of Northern California. Happy Boy Farms is based near Watsonville and tends multiple plots located in neighboring counties. They have been a certified organic farm since its inception in 1989.
MEET HAPPY BOY FARMS
Upcoming Programs
Live Music: Noe Venable | Thursday, July 18 | 4-6 pm
Live Music: Singing Circles SF | Thursday, July 18 | 6-8 pm
The Food Shed: Heart of Summer Tomatoes | Thursdays in July | 4:00 pm
MISSION CALENDAR
Community Happenings
Achadinha Cheese Co. Ranch Tours | July 13 and July 27 | Petaluma
12th Annual Capay Tomato Festival | July 20 | Capay
Farm-to-Grocery: What Does It Take? at SPUR | July 25 | San Francisco
Beginning Beekeeping: The Basics and Focus on Urban Beekeeping | July 27 | San Francisco
CAFF Summer Soiree | July 28 | Petaluma
Slow Food East Bay’s Celebrating Cultural Food Traditions: Iran with Hanif Sadr | July 28 | Berkeley
Good Food Awards Entry Period| July 8-30 | Online
Market Update
This is the most up-to-date info about this week's seller attendance at the time of publication. Please stop by the CUESA Info Booth for a market map or check online for any last-minute changes.   Ferry Plaza Farmers Market: Saturday | July 13 Returning: Bernard Ranches, Lucero Organic Farms, Mountain Ranch Organically Grown, Olinday Farms, Triple Delight Blueberries Out: Glashoff Farms, Knoll Farms, Old Dog Ranch La Cocina pop-up: Crisps & Crackles
Jack London Square Farmers Market: Sunday | July 14 New! Dream Farm Returning:Beast Oakland Out: Country Grill, The Sharp Brothers Mandela Partners pop-up: Ju'C Fruits
Ferry Plaza Farmers Market: Tuesday | July 16 Returning: Happy Quail Farms
Ferry Plaza Farmers Market: Thursday | July 18 No changes
Mission Community Market: Thursday | July 18 Returning: The Sharp Brothers, Urban Sprouts

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