You know, the ones grown and manufactured by large companies on the West Coast that only last a couple days after opening?
Yea, we were too!
Each week we handcraft a different multi-serving salad and deliver it to satisfied customers throughout the Richmond area.
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This idea is unique - we are not a restaurant or a food truck, our program is more like a modified CSA. We are a first generation farm working with other local farmers to handcraft a different salad each week and we personally deliver it to members of our flexible Farm-To-Salad (F2S) program.
Each week we feature a different handcrafted multi-serving salad using as much locally sourced as possible. Greens are always locally grown in environmentally controlled USDA GAP (Good Agriculture Practices) certified greenhouses. In addition to a large portion of freshly harvested lettuce greens, our salads include a layering of toppings, such as:
See more about our past and future salads here.
Pricing for each salad is on our Order Page. The price is all inclusive of delivery and tip. We have several promotions going on and offer a discount for signing up as a F2S Club Member! Give it a try this week!
Our goal is to have an easy to use app where we can share the salad with you, allow you to add on additional products when offered, or pause your weekly delivery if you are going to be out of the office. For now, please fill out the form here.
Salads are personally delivered one time (1x) a week (Wednesday) in the Richmond, VA metro area. We are not yet delivering to Fredericksburg or Williamsburg, but that is part of our growth plans! Limiting our delivery days allows us to get back to the farm growing more produce for your salads!
Since we are are not a restaurant or food truck we cannot accommodate personalized made-to-order requests. We can offer a standard (but still super fresh and delicious!) garden salad option each week as an alternative to the weekly featured salad. Since our salads are packaged as a kit, the layers are separated for easy division.
Over 95% of the lettuce consumed in the US is grown on the west coast by 'industrial produce farms'.
That means it travels over 2,800 miles and takes close to 2 weeks from harvest to reach Virginia.
Research shows that darker lettuces contain more antioxidants and nutrients than the typical lighter-colored lettuce found in stores.
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