Spumoni is a very small chicken farm in Morro Bay and we want to share our nutritious eggs with those who deal with food insecurity in our community.

We aim to do this through selling a small portion of our eggs straight retail (the remaining majority being shared with local food banks and community pantries), along with handmade and other farmgoods products - greeting cards, small batch food products, garden items, etc.

We really appreciate you taking the time to answer our questions. It will help us learn more about both need and potential support for this work in our community. Thank you!

Spumoni Egg Farm

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* 1. According to a widely accepted study Mother Earth News conducted, flocks like ours - raised on pasture and/or allowed to free range, with access to a well-rounded and species appropriate diet - produce nutritionally superior eggs. (And it makes for happy hens as well!)



If you were receiving eggs from a food bank or community pantry, would it be important to you that they were produced as described above?

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* 2. According to the SLO Food Bank, there are 46,000 people in San Luis Obispo county who don't get enough to eat. We'd like to contribute our eggs in an effort to bring high quality nutrition to those who struggle with hunger.

If you were to donate to an organization aiding with food insecurity in San Luis Obispo county, would you consider Spumoni’s work worthy of your charitable support?


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* 3. Would you purchase retail products, such as eggs, handcrafted garden goods, greeting cards, and small batch food products (preserves, cookies, etc.), that are ethically sourced/produced and benefit a community giving cause such as ours?


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* 4. Are you a San Luis Obispo county resident?

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* 5. Do you have questions, comments, thoughts, feedback, or any good advice for us? Please let us know; we'd love to hear from you!

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