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Farmer’s Markets To Go: Find fresh produce from Miami vendors here

Hey, fans of farmers' markets: Now you can find artisanal and organic products from some South Florida vendors all under one umbrella.

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The website,, allows you to check out different vendors, place your order and select delivery or pickup for easy access to your favorite goods.

There's everything from juice and java to cheeses and sauces – even dog treats for your pampered pooch!

First, a few items of note:

  • There's a $50 minimum on all orders.
  • Delivery is available for a $15 fee to most of Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.
  • Pickup is available free of charge from 10 a.m.-noon in Hallandale Beach.
  • You have to place your order no later than midnight Thursday to receive it by Saturday.

And now for the vendors … These are just some of the vendors currently available on the site. 

  • 305 Squeezed Juices 
  • A Flair for Fudge 
  • AB's Gourmet Kitchen – featuring salts, sugars and barbecue rubs 
  • Almotti Gluten Free Itaican Delicacies 
  • Biofarm Grassfed Provisions 
  • Bushdogs Real Maryland Crabcakes 
  • Counter Culture Kombucha 
  • Crackerman 
  • Crafted House 
  • Doctor Pickle 
  • DogDeli 
  • Frik & Frak Artisanal Sauces 
  • Gables Delight Jams & Jellies 
  • Gourmeat – Grass Fed from Uruguay 
  • Gratitude Garden Organic Farm 
  • Healing Blends for the Well Being of Body, Mind and Spirit 
  • Health in Spice Healthy Indian Inspired Cuisine 
  • Laurie's Pantry Granola and Raw Honey 
  • MedEATerraneo 
  • Mozzarita 
  • Pumphouse Coffee Roasters
  • Raw Tenders Cold Pressed Juices 
  • Swank Farms Specialty Produce 
  • XO Espresso Bar 

The idea for this one-stop online shop came from Laurie Landgrebe and Victor Vigano, the same people behind Laurie's Pantry, which is based in Miami Beach and sells homemade, gourmet granola.

They hope to help support vendors, to serve clients and to keep expanding the selection of vendors and products available.

According to a statement on their website: “As loyal customers already know, these local vendors bring superior quality, freshness, and a unique homestyle touch to their products. Now you can enjoy a broader selection of vendors not easily accessible otherwise. We have streamlined access to these great products, and will deliver directly to you or make it available for pick up. The outbreak of Covid-19 has badly hurt our farmers and artisans.”

Ready to order? Need more information?

Click here for the Farmer's Market To Go website.

Click here for the Laurie's Pantry website.

Click here for the Laurie's Pantry Facebook page.

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