Looking for an alternative to industrial agriculture?
Knowing where your food comes from and how its grown is a genuine concern for more people every day. The demand for local, organic, and free range food is increasing.
CO-OP or CSA: What’s the Difference?
- CSAs are Community Supported Agriculture (or subscription buying), a great way for you to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer. Find a CSA.
- A Co-op or Food Cooperative is a food distribution center made of members who make the purchasing and distribution decisions. The Kansas City Food Circle is not a food co-op nor do we sell or distribute food.