I have been doing BB for 7 months and have been volunteering for 7 months. I really enjoy it, but we can always use more volunteers for quality control. When the men load the food into the baskets, they often don't look for bruised, squishy or moldy items. We always tell them to not put it in the basket if they wouldn't take it home. We have a chicken box for spoiled food, or someone gives it to the compost pile. The good food generally out weighs the bad, and even though we are careful, some of the fruit is less than perfect. Last week, my special order strawberries went bad within 1 day, but that was the first thing that went bad. The organization tries to get lots of good items, but sometimes they are too expensive, and they are careful with out contributions. The produce is better than that of the store, and I always seem to save at least $25. A comparison at Safeway and Fry's (with the same items) would cost $40.