Fresh Garbanzo Beans

Move over edamame, fresh garbanzo beans are here! These bright green, fuzzy little pods are delicious in any application you can imagine. Check out just some of the ways to use these cute little pods:  Pop them raw out of their shells (they have one or two

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Local Corn in the House!

White Corn

Local corn from Brentwood has returned! The area is known for growing this crop for a reason- the sweetness of this California grown corn is unparalleled. They are coming to us looking beautiful, and only going to improve as the season gets rolling. We have a great

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Price Watch- Celery


Celery has experienced a high price increase in recent days. Supply is short and there are issues with quality. The celery crops from Yuma, CA are finished and harvested, and the grow areas in Oxnard are behind schedule. Cauliflower is experiencing a similar situation with a gap

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Local Strawberries

Great news… California strawberries are back! The first shipment we received are red, juicy, and bursting with that sweet summer flavor. Expect to see many more items soon to be returning to California farms as well. Stay tuned for more local produce updates!

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Leaf Lettuce

Leaf lettuce is still experiencing an enormous gap in supply, which means prices are remaining high. The farms expect this situation to remain until the end of April until more product can be harvested. This includes romaine, romaine hearts, and green leaf lettuce.

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Price Watch- Lettuce

Romaine Lettuce

Leafed lettuce such as romaine, romaine hearts, iceberg lettuce, and green leaf lettuce are all high in price currently. Grow areas are transitioning back to California from Arizona, but it has not been so smooth. Arizona experienced some extreme heat, over 100 degree weather, burning what crop was

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Spring Garlic

green garlic

Green garlic, also known as spring garlic, is flowing in and looking fantastic! It is called green/ spring because the garlic bulb is pulled from the ground right before the bulb splits into cloves (usually happens in spring). The milder, less intense flavor of this garlic variety

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