Normally this time of year we bring you an updated Farmer’s Market Guide. With the current COVID-19 situation, many markets are changing to a delivery or pick-up model. Below we have information on farmer’s markets, CSAs, and small businesses who are adapting to provide customers with fresh produce and other goods. This can be a great alternative to the grocery stores, where in recent days, finding adequate produce has been a challenge.
We have found the Food Safety and Coronavirus: A Comprehensive Guide offered by the folks at Serious Eats to be an extremely thorough and helpful resource for navigating food pick-up and delivery during this time.
Known & Grown STL
The Known & Grown team has created a comprehensive spreadsheet with current, up-to-date information about where you can buy safe, local food from St. Louis area farmers during this national emergency. This includes farmers markets, stores, online farm stores, CSAs, delivery services, and more. Fantastic and thorough!
Fair shares csa
Since 2008 Fair Shares has been providing locally-sourced seasonal goods from pick-up locations at 44/Kingshighway, University City, and Kirkwood. Check out their Facebook page for information on this season and any modifications.
Tower Grove Farmer’s Market
Center Cross Dr, St. Louis, MO 63116
The market did a delivery service this past Saturday. They will begin accepting orders on Tuesdays for the following Saturday deliveries. They also may be adding a pick-up option. All the information can be found on their Facebook page. One of the most popular markets with many of our clients.
ROOSTER SOUTH GRAND MARKET
3150 S Grand Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63118
This weekend you can pick up some fresh staples at Rooster on S. Grand. Inside has been set up as a market with plenty of distance, which you can see from their Instagram. Their full brunch menu is also still available for carryout & delivery via @ubereats at BOTH locations.
macs local buys
1821 Cherokee St, St. Louis, MO 63118
Mac’s Local Buys Market specializes in sourcing products from the regions small-batch producers, artisans and family farms. The market is usually found inside Bluewood Brewing on Cherokee, but they are providing curbside provision boxes filled with various meats and dairy with add-ons like granola and honey available. Check out Facebook page for more info.
Currently offering curbside pickup of their full menu and of provisions like bread, milk, eggs, coffee and more. Check out Facebook page for more info.
St. Louis Produce Delivery
During the COVID19 pandemic, St. Louis Produce Delivery will be accommodating Custom Box orders. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about or to place a special order. For all orders, supplies may be limited and substitutions may occur. They will leave all deliveries on the doorsteps to avoid any contact.