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The Boston Food Swap is 3 years strong!
To celebrate our birthday, we're spreading the #swaplove across Massachusetts with one of the women who coined the term #swaplove! Amy Chase (@punkystyle @swapaholics @shopcrompton @thehaberdash), the maven of vintage fashion has opened the doors of the Crompton Collective for our next swap!
Crompton Collective is a curated boutique marketplace located in an historic Worcester building. It is designed to celebrate our local independent makers and our love of old things. If you've never been there, you're in for a real treat!
All swap items must be homemade, homegrown, or foraged by you. Think baked goods, jam, pickles, spreads, honey, vinegar, granola, pasta, fruits, vegetables, herbs, spices, homemade sausages, backyard eggs, home brews … you name it! Bring as little or as much as you like. You can bring a bunch of one thing or multiples of a few different things. The possibilities are endless!
Keep in mind that swappers will be examining and picking up your goods, so be sure to package them in a way that protects the food and makes it clear the amounts you want to swap. We encourage reusable, earth-friendly packaging whenever possible.
If possible, you should also bring samples for others to try.
12:00pm - 1:00pm People arrive, set up their items, chat with other swappers, and sample the goods
1:00pm - 1:30pm Bidding begins
1:30pm - 2:00pm Swap!
2:00pm - 3:00pm Social time and clean up
Please arrive no later than 1pm!
Parking is available at metered spots and the building has a parking lot with an entrance on Harding St.
If you have any feedback about this time or location, e-mail us at email@example.com.
Check out our website at http://www.bostonfoodswap.com
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Boston Food Swap
The goal of our monthly swaps is to create outlet for sharing surplus goods and offer an alternative to store-bought items, helping swappers eat locally, sustainably, and affordably. We’re active in the swapping and local food communities, and we’re working to grow the swap through blogging, social media, and partnerships with like-minded organizations.