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Fundraising. For more information on fundraising with Rancho Vignola, browse the links below:
Packaging your group’s orders. Once your order is received you will need to have a location for your volunteers to split cases and bag everything into smaller packages for individual orders. Rancho Vignola offers bags and twist ties for purchase; you will also need to rent a scale or two, and have a couple of scoops and "dumping bins" available (large plastic containers to empty your full cases into – e.g. a Rubbermaid container with a flat bottom – for easier packaging). Ideally your packaging area would be a large, clean room with lots of counter space, plug-ins and access to water (although it could be somebody's kitchen!). If you are a fundraising group selling to your own members, you are not bound by any food safety regulations – however, when packaging it's important to be scrupulously clean and to ensure everyone's hair is covered. Packaging is not a hard job and your volunteers will probably have a lot of fun doing it! We can give you more details about packaging upon request.
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Fundraising. For more information on fundraising with Rancho Vignola, browse the links below:
Packaging your group’s orders. Once your order is received you will need to have a location for your volunteers to split cases and bag everything into smaller packages for individual orders. Rancho Vignola offers bags and twist ties for purchase; you will also need to rent a scale or two, and have a couple of scoops and "dumping bins" available (large plastic containers to empty your full cases into – e.g. a Rubbermaid container with a flat bottom – for easier packaging). Ideally your packaging area would be a large, clean room with lots of counter space, plug-ins and access to water (although it could be somebody's kitchen!). If you are a fundraising group selling to your own members, you are not bound by any food safety regulations – however, when packaging it's important to be scrupulously clean and to ensure everyone's hair is covered. Packaging is not a hard job and your volunteers will probably have a lot of fun doing it! We can give you more details about packaging upon request.