Riverside Market Garden – get your shares now

Riverside Market Garden is a new ethical model for sustainable local food production

A new 10 acre Market Garden is being created close to Cardiff to make more fresh food available to the local community.

Within five years the Market Garden will become a self financing community-owned business.

Work has already begun; their first harvest is expected in July.

The site will produce a wide range of organic vegetables, with an additional focus on higher value crops such as saladstuffs, herbs and some soft fruit.

In the longer term, some of this produce might be processed into soups, sauces, pickles and other longer-life products.

Polytunnels will extend the growing season and also to produce Asian and Caribbean vegetables that meet the needs of Cardiff’s diverse ethnic communities.

Linked to the growing, they will also offer training and care placements, with educational visits for schools and colleges, and fun days out for members and their families and community supporters.

They are offering individuals and organisations a chance to invest and become shareholders in this social enterprise mutual society for community benefit.

Now you can ‘put your money where your mouth is’!

Shares start at £50 and can be bought online (see link below) with PayPal or Credit Card etc.

OR you can get information and buy shares at the information stall at Riverside Market this Sunday…come and find out more!!

Riverside Real Food Market is every Sunday morning 10am – 2pm on Fitzhamon Embankment CF11 6AN

For more information see http://www.riversidemarketgarden.co.uk


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