Kyle Spindler of Boy Scout Troop 299 pushes a cart full of produce for Debra and Steve Vander Weide Saturday, January 25th, 2014 at the Market on the Move at Santa Catalina Catholic Parish, 14380 N. Oracle Road. Three to four hundred people lined up for the monthly event with church volunteers, Boy Scout Troop 299 and UA Nutrition and Sciences students helping out. The ten tons of food from Borderlands Food Distributing out of Nogales would otherwise be tossed into a landfill. Photo by Jim Davis / for the Arizona Daily Star

Jim Davis for the Arizona Daily Star

If you didn't go to Market on the Move on Saturday, you can still get your 60 pounds of produce for $10 at its mid-week event.

The market runs from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday at The 3000 Club Warehouse, 250 S. Toole Ave. 

Varieties of produce offered are cucumber, cherry tomato, eggplant, gray squash, large tomato, limited green beans, green bell pepper, Italian squash, Roma tomato and yellow squash.

If you have extra plastic grocery bags you'd like to get rid of, bring them along to donate to The 3000 Club.

Click here for information on The 3000 Club.

Contact reporter Angela Pittenger at 573-4137 or apitteng@azstarnet.com. Follow her on Twitter @CentsibleMama or on Facebook at facebook.com/centsiblemama.

Families and schools reporter for #ThisIsTucson. Artist, photographer, mother of one.