What’s Fresh March 23

Use What’s Fresh to make your grocery list. SNAP accepted at our farmers market.



Fruits & Vegetables

Our farmers use either sustainable (s) or conventional (c) growing practices.


Learn about the differences between “certified organic” and “sustainable” methods.

  • Beets (s) (c)
  • Carrots (s) (c)
  • Turnips (s)
  • Radish (s) (c)
  • Cauliflower (c)
  • Broccoli/Broccolini (s) (c)
  • Green Onions (s)
  • Oyster + Shiitake Mushrooms (s)
  • Green Cabbage (c)
  • Chinese Cabbage (c)
  • Micro Greens (sunflower, broccoli, radish, pea) (s)
  • Brussels Sprouts (c)
  • Kale (s) (c)
  • Collard Greens (s) (c)
  • Spinach (s) (c)
  • Bok Choy (c)
  • Swiss Chard (s)
  • Head Lettuce (s)
  • Baby Salad Greens Mix (bagged) (s)
  • Baby Mustard Greens Mix (bagged) (s)
  • Cut Lettuce Mix (bagged) (s)
  • Wheat Grass (s)
  • Assorted Herbs (s)
  • Assorted Vegetable + Herb Seedlings (s)
  • Mixed Anemone & Ranunculus Bouquets (s)


Our ranchers raise their animals on pasture.

Learn what pasture-raised means. An asterisk (*) indicates a product that’s made by a local artisan and not produced on one of our ranchers.

  • Chicken
  • Beef
  • Lamb
  • Pork
  • Turkey
  • Bone Broth
  • Eggs
  • Honey
  • *Bacon: 4 flavors of Artisan sliced bacon and 3 flavors of spreadable bacon

Dairy Products Dairy Products

All CFM dairies raise their animals on pasture and make cheese/yogurt on their farms.

Learn about farmhouse cheese.

  • Milk, Low-Temp Pasteurized in Gallon or Half Gallon
  • Chocolate Milk, Low- Temp Pasteurized
  • Raw Milk Cheese, Hard and Soft
  • Yogurt
  • Cottage Cheese
  • Cream Cheese
  • Chevre, Goat Cheese


Artisan Made Foods Artisan Made Foods

Grocery staples made by local people with respect to ingredients and tradition.


  • Breads: Bagels, Pita Bread, Sourdough, Croissants, Baguettes, Multigrain, Buns
  • Chocolate
  • Coffee & Tea: Roasted Coffee Beans, Tea Blends
  • Cold Drinks: Lemonade, Ginger Beer, Kombucha
  • Dog Treats & Pet Grass
  • Hummus, Tapenade, Tzatziki, and Dolmas
  • Jams, Jellies and Chutney
  • Oil and Vinegar: Berry Salad Vinegars, Texas Olive Oil and Texas Balsamic Vinegar
  • Pasta + Ravioli + Sauces
  • Pickles
  • Salsa and Chips
  • Soaps + Soy candles
  • Soup + Dip + Baking Mixes, packaged
  • Spices: Low Sodium Blends and Ayurvedic Blends
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