New Pioneer Food Co-op has announced a new contest to coincide with Eat Local Week, from Sept. 2 to Sept. 8.
Here is more from New Pi about their new contest:
Gardens overflow, farmers’ markets buzz… what’s it time to do? Eat great local meals!
“This is an exciting time of year for co-ops – the bounty and diversity of local foods are at their peak in the Midwest,” said Jenifer Angerer, New Pi Marketing Manager. To raise awareness of our local bounty, New Pi’s sponsoring a local plate contest, benefiting local foods non-profit Field to Family.
Here’s how it works: Share a snapshot of a dish featuring local ingredients on Facebook or Instagram, and tag New Pi. For every post, you’ll be entered in a drawing for a $100 gift card, and New Pi will donate $1 to Field to Family! Limit one post per day, but feel free to enter every day!
New Pioneer Cooperative Society was founded as a natural foods cooperative grocer in Iowa City in 1971, and opened its Coralville branch in 2001. Today, New Pi is a thriving two-store food co-op with over 29,000 members. The stores provide local, organic, and natural foods to the Iowa City and Coralville area. New Pi is located at 22 S. Van Buren St. in Iowa City and at 1101 2nd St. in Coralville. Please visit www.newpi.coop for more information.
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