A "CSA" is a way to subscribe or pre-pay and get a 5-pound bag of produce every two weeks. This is organic produce, grown by a local farming project.
They deliver it to Farm Cuisine at the corner of Garvey and Garfield every other Saturday.
APIOPA CSA is promoting this. APIOPA, a terribly long acronym, is an obesity prevention project. Too late for me, but maybe not for you.
You don't need to be API to get these veggies, of course, but they are Asian/Chinese for the most part. That said, there's not that much "exotic" stuff in there. Daikon, gai lan (Chinese broccoli), and Hmong yu-choi are as "exotic" as it gets. Most of the box is available at any grocery store locally. But it's all organic, and probably ripened on the vine/plant, so it should taste better.