There were bananas, artichokes, tomatoes, broccoli, leaf lettuce, celery, squash, potatoes, apples, mangoes, strawberries, and a little citrus fruit. All that would have cost a fortune at the store. They try to get as much local produce as possible, which I love, and they even have an option for organic only if that's what you want (though it costs a bit more).
There are also add-ons you can get each week. You can always get bread, and they they rotate in other things as they are available. This week I could have ordered an entire case of mangoes, an all-natural easter egg dye kit, cookies, granola, and I think there were a few more. I am looking forward to getting a case of strawberries so that I can make some more jam this year.
All in all I think it is an awesome thing they are doing. For Utah, you can start ordering Mondays at 1:00. Each pickup location only has a certain number of slots available, and they fill up fast so order asap if you're going to. However, there were a lot of locations near my house so I'm sure I could have found something nearby. Give it a try if you want some great cheap produce at your house!