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Food City buys produce from local farmers to get the freshest, most delicious fruits and vegetables you can buy. Plus, it keeps the money right here in our neck of the woods, and we are proud to support our Local Growers. When it comes to produce, local is fresher--and fresher is better!
Terry Creech of Apple Tree Farms in Harlan, KY has been farming for over 21 years and takes pride in the delicious Honey Crisp Apples he produces for Food City...and so do we. Hand-picked and delivered fresh to your Food City Produce Department.
Ralph Berrier's family has been growing outstanding produce for six generations in Cana, Virgina. Ralph, Ricky and Kerry, along with their daughters Lindsey, Megan and Paxton, specialize in Red/Gold Delicious, Ginger Golds, Gala, Pink Lady and Granny Smith Apples. Hand-picked and delivered fresh to your Food City Produce Department.
Don't get Albert started talking about produce unless you have time to sit for a while. It's been his life since childhood and he really knows his stuff. People drive for miles to get fresh produce at his roadside stand. All you have to do is drive to Food City. He grows tomatoes, pumpkins, cantaloupes, corn, watermelon and squash. Hand-picked and delivered fresh to your Food City Produce Department.
James and Sandra Light have been farming for over 20 years. Their farm is located in Laurel Fork, Carroll County, VA. They grow some of the best tasting broccoli, cabbage, pumpkins, sweet corn, tomatoes and peppers in the local area. Their children are Ashley, Sarah, Justin and Kelly. They all enjoy farming and make it a real family business. Hand-picked and delivered fresh to your Food City Produce Department.
David Mann of Mann Farms in Ft. Blackmore, Virginia, has hit on the right combination of soil, climate, water, experience and skill to grow outstanding quality produce for Food City. Among his top crops are peppers, cucumbers, squash, tomatoes and strawberries. Hand-picked and delivered fresh to your Food City Produce Department.
Travis and Tonya Marshall grow pumpkins, Fall squash, corn and gourds on their Carroll County farm. Along with their children Amber, Hailee, Leah and Moriah, hand-picking and delivering fresh harvests to your Food City Produce Department really is a family affair!
Steve and David Scott carry on the tradition of their late father, legendary farmer Wayne Scott. The Scotts began raising strawberries along the fertile banks of the Nolichucky River in 1953. Scott Farms provides Food City with thousands of pounds of just-picked strawberries in the Spring, and as the Summer growing season progresses, they bring us fresh corn and green beans. Hand-picked and delivered fresh to your Food City Produce Department.
Leonard Bank's family has been farming in southwest Virginia for three generations. They grow some of the very best cabbage in the area. Snake Creek Farms is also known for outstanding crops of pumpkins, mini-pumpkins, kale, collards, turnip greens, cucumbers and gourds. Hand-picked and delivered fresh to your Food City Produce Department.