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Vegan menu a feature of food co-op fundraiser

Armando and Rob with the co-op’s Gabbi Bohnet and Andy Lynden-Bell. Photo Jeff Dawson

A fundraiser will be held on April 29 for a recently established food co-op, located in the Mullumbimby Community Gardens.

Organisers say a fully vegan and organic menu will be on offer, along with Tao of Sound, comprising Rob on harp and Armando on flute.

The aim is to finance a solar-powered coolroom, estimated to cost close to $10,000, and as such this event will be the first of a series of fundraising events. Limited tickets are available at the co-op, the Mullum bookshop and online via the events tab at www.facebook.com/MullumFoodCoop.


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