Local Food Buying Club at Mugshots Coffeehouse & Café‘s Manayunk Location

Friday, January 04, 2008

Already known as an environmentally friendly business that only serves fair-trade, organic coffee, Mugshots Coffeehouse & Café is keeping it local by offering community members the opportunity to buy produce, meats, cheese and dairy products, eggs, and baked goods grown, raised and prepared within 100 miles of the city through the buying club at their Manayunk location. Not all of the items offered through the club are certified organic, but most are organically grown and all are hormone-free, antibiotic-free and sustainably raised.

Orders are placed on Mondays and picked up at the store on Friday afternoons or Saturdays. An order form from December had an impressive variety of produce available, including apples, squash, bok choi, radishes, sweet potatoes, leeks and Brussels sprouts. The dairy selection includes Pequea Valley yogurt, a local favorite, and goat’s milk as well as chocolate milk. The meat selection is varied- bison and veal are on the menu. Other local products on the list are pickles, fruit butters, honey, granola, and one of my personal favorites, Bobbi’s Hummus. You can also buy organic, fair-trade coffee and tea through the buying club.

Mugshots is located at 2100 Fairmount Ave (across from the Eastern State Penitentiary in Fairmount and at 110 Cotton Street (just off of Main St.) in Manayunk. Check out their website for the store menu at www.mugshotscoffeehouse.com  and check out their buying club brochure for more information about how to and why to order. 



Posted by Jackie on 01/04 at 03:47 PM

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