Green Connect sells a weekly veg box, packed with local, seasonal, chemical-free food.

The veg is all grown by Green Connect staff, largely former refugees and young people. It’s grown at our farm in Warrawong, unless we don’t have enough potatoes and onions, in which case we source these two things from Foodies Organic Supplies.

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Veg boxes are harvested and packed on Thursdays. You can collect from your chosen pick up location:

  • Warrawong – Green Connect farm
  • Wollongong – The Source Bulk Foods
  • Gwynneville – University of Wollongong main campus
  • North Wollongong – University of Wollongong innovation campus
  • Thirroul – Flametree Community Food Co-op (the co-op adds a $5 delivery charge)
  • Coledale – Earth Walker & Co General Store

Or we can deliver them to your home if you live between Windang and Bellambi, for an extra $5 per week.

You can pay weekly via direct deposit, cash, cheque or credit card. You can cancel at any time.

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