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VFC is committed to carrying at least 90% organic fresh produce, of the finest and freshest quality possible. Priorities in the selection of produce shall be as follows:

1. Local Certified Organic (seasonal) 2. Good quality Certified Organic from closest possible source 3. Local Non-certified Organic (seasonal) 4. “Integrated Pest Management” (IPM) 5. Local (non-organic) 6. Conventional on temporary basis and only when  quality organic is not available.

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Fresh & Local! Micro Greens, Last of Local Carrots & Brassica Seeds!

  
  

Fresh & Local! Last of the Local Beets!

  
  
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Fresh & Local! Celeriac, Butterheads, Wildcrafted Watercress & MORE!

  
  

Fresh & Local! VFC: One-Stop Organic Garden Shop for Soils & Seeds!

  
  

Fresh & Local! Cylindra Beets, Cabbage for St.Paddy's & Celeriac Seeds!

  
  

Fresh & Local! Surfaced Sweet Onions, Easter Egg Radishes & Dried Chiles=BACK!

  
  

Fresh & Local! Black Garlic, Salsa & Pasta Gardens, Galore!

  
  

Fresh & Local! Last of Winter Greens, Potatoes from Driftless, & Beginning of Planting Season!

  
  

Fresh & Local! Spread the LOVE of LOCAL ORGANIC PRODUCE during this Valentines Week!

  
  
Fair Trade Roses

Fair Trade Roses & Bouquets

When Fair Trade Roses are given to your nearest and dearest on Valentines Day, you are supporting products brought to you under socially, economically and environmentally sustainable conditions. The farmers and workers have been empowered to put nutritious food on their tables, send their children to school and invest in community development. So giving Fair Trade Roses to your Sweetie gives beauty and quality to others! Roses are an ancient symbol of love and divinity. The smell delights, the color enlivens, and they last longer than sweets that get eaten. They arrived yesterday and will be available through Friday! 

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Produce

VFC is committed to carrying at least 90% organic fresh produce, of the finest and freshest quality possible. Priorities in the selection of produce shall be as follows:

1. Local Certified Organic (seasonal)
2. Good quality Certified Organic from closest possible source
3. Local Non-certified Organic (seasonal)
4. “Integrated Pest Management” (IPM)
5. Local (non-organic)
6. Conventional on temporary basis and only when organic or quality organic is not available

Local Farmers

For more info about various seasonal produce, visit the following links:

Kiwifruit
Satsuma Mandarins!­
Winter Radishes
Fresh Cranberries!
Brussel Sprouts
Celeriac (celery root)
Local Sweet Potatoes
Spring Bulbs
Fresh Horseradish
Pears Heavenly Pears
Winter Squash
­Local Apples
Heirloom Fruits & Veggies
Cucumbers!