farm delivery boxes?
Original post made by Emily on Nov 21, 2006
Also, how is the quality of produce from the Whole Foods there? We live in NYC now and our Whole Foods is terrible - things go bad very quickly and we have heard rumors about substandard storage conditions. Does anyone have recommendations as to where to get great produce in the winter months before the farmer's market opens again?
on Nov 21, 2006 at 11:07 am
Hidden Villa, a non-profit farm and environmental education center in Los Altos Hills has a CSA program that you can subscribe to and pick up a weekly basket of organic vegetables at a Palo Alto drop-off location. But it just operates between spring and late fall.
on Nov 21, 2006 at 2:07 pm
Whole Foods is great here. The ones back East may be having problems - in RI the main one in Providence is not so hot.
on Nov 21, 2006 at 2:13 pm
I'm very fond of Two Small Farms, which operates out of Watsonville and has several drop-off locations in Palo Alto. Again, they deliver from March through November, so I rely on the Milk Pail Market on San Antonio Rd for wintertime veggies and treats.