What is Linc Food?
Linc Food is a cooperative of small farms in here Spokane.
What is a LINC Box?
A Linc Box is a weekly produce subscription service. Linc sources produce from throughout the region, all of which is organically grown. For $25/week you get a curated selection of 6-8 fruits and vegetables and a customized recipe for how to cook them up!
Can I get more than just fruits & vegetables?
Yes! You can also add lots of other goodies to your box like locally baked bread, organic grass fed milk, free range eggs, and pastured protein.
How do I order?
We set up a special coupon code for Spokane Eats readers! Just type “Spokaneeats” in the comment box when you sign up for $5 off your first box! http://www.lincfoods.com/lincbox
A loaf of bread from Culture Breads (opening soon!)
Pork from Scablands Farm in Davenport
Eggs from Foothills farm (Although they won’t be the normal egg supplier. The CSA eggs will be from EGA farms and JP’s Chicken Farm.)
Where/When can I pick up my box?
There are different pick up spots in Spokane, CDA, Airway Heights, Liberty Lake and Cheney on different days. Visit Lincfoods.com/lincbox for sites and information. Season runs from the first week of June to Thanksgiving.
*This article was created in collaboration with Linc Foods