Harvest Festival Chile Roast Orders!

Hello Co-op Member-Owners and Customers,
As part of the Seattle Farm Co-op Annual Harvest Fair on September 14th, we’re bringing in Alvarez Farms to deliver chile peppers and roast them on site. The Co-op is footing the bill for the roasting. Check back for more details about the Harvest Fair, but in the mean time, get your orders in for chile peppers ASAP! Payment in the form of checks must be received by September 10th to confirm orders.

Price for all chiles is $1.75 per pound.
All Chiles are ORGANIC peppers grown by Alvarez Farms in Eastern Washington. The folks at Alvarez Farms will be bringing a roaster and will roast your chile peppers on site if desired. They will provide plastic containers or Ziploc bags, or you can bring your own. All varieties of chiles can be frozen.

Instructions for ordering chile peppers:

1. Fill out the online order form: SFC Harvest Festival Chile Pepper Order Form

2. After submitting your order online, a confirmation page will be displayed which includes an address for mailing payment for your order. Mail payment, in the form of a check made out to “Alvarez Farms” to this address.

PLEASE NOTE THAT ADVANCE PAYMENT IS REQUIRED.  Checks must be RECEIVED by September 10th to guarantee quantity and pricing. (Some additional chiles may be available at the Annual Harvest Fair, but the price may be higher than the advance order price.)  Chile pepper orders must be picked up on Sunday, September 14th between 1-4 pm at the Seattle Farm Coop.

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