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Latino Farmers Cooperative of Lousiana

The Latino Farmers Cooperative of Louisiana is always looking for fresh fruit and vegetables for our low-income Latino families that live in Central City, Mid-City, Treme and 7th Ward. We also need pasta, tomatoes paste, beans (no canned please), rice, sugar, tortillas, bread, eggs. Sorry but we do not accept cloth.

This listing was last updated Jul 2, 2010

Location & Open Times

Friday - The Cooperative does not have a permanent location to distribute the food. Right now, we use parking lots of schools and community gardens. We can only accept donations by appointment only. Call Kathia at 504-333-3611 God Bless You

Hours are in CDT. Hours updated 12 years ago

4640 South Carrollton Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70119, USA Get Directions

  • 5043333611

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  • Kathia Duran


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