@ Fiorite- I am a member of a Health Food Coop and a community supported agriculture (CSA) coop. I pay a monthly fee for a basket from the CSA and receive a specified amount of free-range farm fresh meats, fresh baked breads and pastries, and boxes of in season produce.
I order the specific cuts of meat that I want as well as a specific breads and pastries, but the produce is what is in season. Every month I get something different, and everything is organic.
Another benefit about the CSA is I never get bored with food. I am always getting new herbs and vegetables to experiment with, and there is always enough to give some away to friends. You can also feel good about joining a CSA coop because you are supporting the local economy, and not buying produce shipped halfway around the globe.
It is also a lot cheaper than buying food at the grocery store. I pay about $115 per month for enough for enough fruits, vegetables, meats and breads to last a month.