7 Miami Farms Offering Pick Up and Delivery to Keep Your Kitchen Fresh and Full
You may be wary to step inside a supermarket right now, which is all the more reason to take advantage of one of the many Florida-fresh farms at your disposal. Even better, these seven spots are offering pick-up and delivery of your favorite fruits, veggies and more. Here’s how to snag your own customized produce box. Just think of it as farm-to-car (or door) service.
1. Pinto’s Farm
Pinto’s is one of South Florida’s largest farms, so the family-run operation has the whole pick-up and delivery thing down to a science. All fruits and veggies are fair game, including avocados, pineapples, zucchinis, mangoes, potatoes and onions. Fresh-made immunity shots (think honey and cayenne pepper) are available too, alongside farm-made soft serve vanilla ice cream, hand-made succulents and even peanut butter shakes for Fido. Call ahead to place your order with curbside pick-up for pre-orders is available Monday through Sunday.
14890 SW 216th St., Miami; 305-878-4662 or pintofarm.com
2. Bedner’s Farm
It’s worth heading west to Bedner’s Farm Fresh Market if you’re in search of an exceptional line-up of fresh-grown produce. In addition to acres and acres of ready-to-pick strawberries and tomatoes, Bedner’s offers a fully stocked produce market. With every fruit and vegetable imaginable, customers can shop inside the open-air store while wearing a mask and practicing social distancing.
10066 Lee Rd., Boynton Beach; 561-733-5490 or bedners.com
3. Robert Is Here
You know Robert Is Here offers some of the most drool-worthy shakes and smoothies in Miami. But did you also know this spot is stocked with the freshest fruits and vegetables? Now open for daily drive-through service, visit the website to check out what’s available and in season and stop by (in your car) to load up on all your favs. We’ll take a pound of dragon fruit, guava, Spanish limes, and jumbo red potatoes, please. Oh, and a chocolate shake because #treatyourself.
19200 SW 344th St., Homestead; 305-246-1592 or robertishere.com
4. Redland Community Farm and Market
Online, drive-through, curbside and phone orders—Redland Community Farm and Market offers it all. Open daily, this nonprofit organization makes fresh produce from local farms accessible to all. They even offer weekly free food drive-through distributions. Make sure to call ahead to receive more information.
12690 SW 280th St., Homestead; 305-257-2005 or redland-community-farm-and-market.business.site
5. Urban Oasis Project
Since 2008, the Urban Oasis Project has grown and provided local fresh food to surrounding Miami communities. Now they’ve moved their program to the web, offering a virtual farmer’s market platform. Users can access more than 15 artisan vendors as well as fresh produce from more than 20 farms. As you place an order, designate your preferred pick-up location. (There are five options scattered across Miami-Dade County, which means we’re willing to bet there’s one near you.)
Multiple locations; urbanoasisproject.org
6. Harpke Family Farms
At Harpke Family Farms, order online via a virtual store and pick-up your fruits and vegetables at the farm the next day. Open Monday through Saturday, the entire process is completely contactless. The menu changes daily to reflect the absolute freshest items available but highlights include black mission figs, edible flowers, lettuce bouquets, various micro herbs, and organic heirloom tomatoes. Plus, a range of artisan-made items are available for order too, including Lake Meadows bacon, Frice Cream vanilla ice cream, Florida orange blossom honey, and Deco Coffee blends. Um… we’ll take one of everything, please.
2781 SW 36th St., Dania Beach; harpkefamilyfarm.com
7. Farmer’s Markets To Go
Farmer’s Market To Go makes shopping local online as easy as ever. Bringing the best of various Florida-based vendors and artisans, Farmer’s Market To Go delivers throughout the tri-county area, from Miami to Palm Beach. Pick a market location and load a virtual basket with everything from hand-crafted cheeses and gelato, to fresh-picked fruits and veggies and even locally sourced beef and chicken. Choose pick-up or delivery and you’re done. Seriously—eating fresh is that simple.
Multiple locations; farmersmarketstogo.com