Looking for fresh, local produce? South Florida has several options. There are farmers’ market operations and growers packing up groceries for delivery or pickup. There also are restaurants doing their part by selling their stock of ingredients and other supplies.
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FARMERS’ MARKETS & GROWERS
*The Urban Oasis Project‘s markets have been suspended – but don’t worry, it is still offering order and delivery options from vendors such as Angry Booch kombucha and Physicians Preferred CBD. Get the form and all the details by clicking here.
Orders are first-come-first-served, and deliveries are taking place Friday, Saturday and Sunday. You can also purchase and pick up.
Please note: Organizers confirm they are taking precautions with the produce but still urge you to wash all your products.
For residents in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP): The Urban Oasis Project is still doubling SNAP benefits, now for 100 percent of your total order.
Any further questions? Email Art@urbanoasisproject.org.
If you have a business and want to participate as a market vendor, click here to apply.
*Crystal Valley Specialty Produce says it plainly on its website: “No Lines. No Crowds. No Worries. Right from the Source.” It has fruit and veggie boxes available for pickup in Miami. Items may vary but can include: French Beans, blueberries and blackberries, baby zucchini and baby lettuces, asparagus, baby heirloom tomatoes and baby carrots. There also are Latin fruits and veggies, such as: yuca, malanga and cachucha peppers. More info: Email email@example.com or call 305-591-6567.
*All Day restaurant in downtown Miami offers local produce ($2.50-$9), Florida farm fresh eggs ($4-$8), milk ($5.50-$6) and bacon ($12 a pound). Items are available by shipping or pickup.
*Threefold Cafe Giralda, which has locations in South Miami, Coral Gables and the Brickell area, also is offering its inventory. Their menus have everything from almond milk ($5.50) and Lake Meadow Florida eggs ($7) to Knauss Berry strawberries ($5.50) and Portobello mushrooms ($2 each). There’s even toilet paper for $1 each! The restaurant has a “Fast Checkout Grocery” option, through which you can order online for next-day delivery or pickup at or after 2 p.m.
OTHER FOOD RESOURCES:
- Stores open early only for seniors
- Get deals, support local restaurants through Miami Eats
- Free restaurant delivery, discounts
More Food Resources:
- Free food, giveaways & discounts for first-responders, hospital workers
- Restaurants keep adding new deals (and free delivery!)
- Pizza Hut: Large, 3-topping pizza for $9.99 delivered
- Order wine, beer online and get cocktails to go
- Enjoy quality meals at home with these Miami restaurant DIY kits
- Miss socializing over drinks? Try free ‘Chat with the Winemakers’ virtual series
- Store hours for seniors only
- Order groceries and household products online for pickup or delivery
- Krispy Kreme’s Be Sweet Saturdays: Get free Original Glazed dozen to share
- Free coffee for front-line responders at Starbucks