Pennine Crop share is run by Burnley Food Links – a community enterprise working to develop a sense of community and food security through the provision of local food in the area across the South Pennines.
We are a not for profit company set up in 2004 to get people involved in developing a sustainable food system by raising awareness of the benefits of a strong local food economy for people and the environment. We are committed to the sustainable, local production of good food. We want people to be able to get hold of this food easily and in the certain knowledge that they are buying into a scheme that is based on principles, not profit.
We are a social enterprise – all profits are re-invested to support the production of sustainable food locally.
We have strong links with all our growers, and we pay a fair price for their produce.
We aim to make sustainably grown fruit and veg affordable for all.
The food in our bags (in fact they are bags, not boxes!) is either certified organic or grown without pesticides and chemicals.
We welcome people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds who are interested in growing, cooking, buying, selling, sharing or eating local and organic food.