Minneapolis, MN

Save money on quality and nutritious food with the Food Group's Fare for All

Stephanie Moua

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN — Fare for All is a part of The Food Group program. It is a low-cost, mobile grocery purchase that provides nutritious food and fresh fruits, vegetables, and frozen meat in bulk to save up to 40% off typical grocery prices.

The food is selected from their shipments, and they’d later pre-package it to give residents the best deals. Fare for All is community-supported, so there are no qualifications or registration required. By following a co-op model, the more people who shop Fare for All sales, the better the value becomes for everyone.

Fare For All has numerous locations throughout the Metro area and Greater Minnesota, where their food packages are sold. Find out their current schedule at: https://fareforall.thefoodgroupmn.org/find-a-site/.

Fare For All strives to remain open during severe weather, but if their trucks can’t function properly or their operations staff determines that the trip is unsafe, they will cancel the site sale via email and Facebook.

The system works by buying fresh produce and frozen meat in bulk from wholesalers and manufacturers to find the best deals. Later, the volunteers at their warehouse pre-pack the produce and meat into food packages that range in price from $10 – $30. Then these packages are sold directly to you at all of their sale locations.

Everyone is welcome to shop with FFA. They visit each location for two hours at a time and accept cash, credit, debit, and EBT cards, although personal checks are not accepted. For more details, visit their Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/fareforall.

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