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Monday, January 31, 2011

Free Produce at Ferry Plaza! Sort Of

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click to enlarge Be among the frst 50 to get a coupon at Ferry Plaza tomorrow, and you can walk away with a free bunch of beets from County Line. - SEAN TIMBERLAKE
  • Sean Timberlake
  • Be among the frst 50 to get a coupon at Ferry Plaza tomorrow, and you can walk away with a free bunch of beets from County Line.

Deal fiends who eat produce: Get your fix starting tomorrow, Feb. 1, at the Tuesday Ferry Plaza farmers' market, when CUESA's "First 50 Freebies in February" giveaway hits. CUESA is running the promotion at each Tuesday and Thursday market all month ― the first 50 shoppers who snag a giveaway coupon (offered at 10 a.m. on freebie days) can score free produce from the day's participating vendor. Head to CUESA's tent directly in front of the Ferry Building; one giveaway coupon per person.

The Feb. 1 freebie is a mix of blankoma, bull's blood, chioggia, and forono beets from County Line Harvest (ahem, SFoodie considers it a treat to ogle County Line's David Retsky, freebie or not). On Thursday, it's delicata squash from Everything Under the Sun farm. Successive giveaways previewed on CUESA's Twitter feed and Facebook page.

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