Danneman’s coffee shop in the Old Fourth Ward has partnered with Fresh Roots Farm, an Atlanta farm project, to provide weekly baskets of freshly picked produce to customers. A $25 basket includes five to eight different organic vegetables and half a dozen free-range organic eggs, and pairs perfectly with a pound of Danneman’s locally roasted coffee and fresh pastries. All baskets must be ordered and paid for one week before pick up, and can be pre-ordered for multiple weeks at a lower cost.

Danneman’s participates in Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) by serving as a convenient drop off spot for customers who subscribe to Fresh Roots Farm. CSA gives customers ultra-fresh, organic food, exposure to new produce and a relationship with a local farm. Patrons can also schedule visits to the farm. Danneman’s is located on the corner of Boulevard and Edgewood Ave. in the Old Fourth Ward at 466 Edgewood Ave. www.dannemans.com. Watch for a story on more metro area CSAs in the September issue of Atlanta INtown, which is out next week.

Collin Kelley

Collin Kelley has been the editor of Atlanta Intown for two decades and has been a journalist and freelance writer for 35 years. He’s also an award-winning poet and novelist.