Raw Food Co-Ops
Raw Food Co-ops
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Fremont BARF Co-op

United States, California, Herald 95638

Serving the San Francisco East Bay area, or beyond if you are willing to come pick up your order, Fremont BARF Co-op specialized in quality, human-grade raw meats for your cat or dog. They have a large selection of whole carcass, meaty bones, organs and veggies. They have one buy every month with a pick-up site in Fremont. There are no membership fees and no minimum purchase. Volunteering to help with orders on pick-up day is always appreciated.
Raw Food Co-ops
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SF Raw Feeders

United States, California, San Francisco 94124

Selling at near wholesale prices, SF Raw Feeders can help you save money on the raw food you feed your cats or dogs. As much as possible, they buy from local farms that practice humane and sustainable farming methods. They will not purchase from factory farms. They have a large selection of meats, including seasonally available items and commercially prepared raw pet foods. There is an annual membership fee and you must fulfill a volunteering requirement.
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SoCal BARF

United States, California, San Bernadino 92401

Founded in 2001, SoCal BARF has grown to over 450 members in the Southern California area. They have monthly distribution of quality meat, fish and poultry from 21 distribution sites. In addition, they offer seminars on animal health and diet throughout the year. They offer assistance to new or novice raw feeders through their message board, seminars and direct contact. Members need to volunteer at least once a year to maintain their membership.
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