Extra Virgin Olive oil Coupage of the Dessert ( Coupage del Desierto de Tabernas , picual, hojiblanca and arbequina cultivar coupage.)
State Bottled ( Family State located in the Tabernas Dessert in south of Spain, considered the place in Europe that receive more sunlight annually.)
Early Harvest. Giving the aromas and flavor of the olive tree, fresh cut grass , with a greenish color.
Counter Culture is a small local business dedicated to supporting the culture, environment, and economy of South Florida. By sourcing ingredients from local organic farmers, producers, and growers, we can reduce our carbon footprint and help stem the tide of climate change. In addition, we issue empty bottle refunds to customers in order to reuse our bottles and minimize waste. Anything that can’t be reused (boxes, containers, peels, seeds, stems, etc.) is composted or recycled.
Essayons Ranch and Orchards (ERO) is a veteran-owned business that includes ranch, farm, and orchard/grove operations. We are located in Redland, FL (near Miami/Homestead, FL) and this 80 acre operation yields lychee fruit, longans, mangos, mountain sour sop, jackfruit, and avocados. ERO is rich with the tropical taste that South Florida has to offer
All our produce grown at Heritage Market uses 100% organic farming methods. We want you to experience the tastiest, most nutritious fruits and veggies imaginable. At our 5,000 sq ft hydroponic greenhouse, we are continuously experimenting and innovating techniques to grow more produce in less space. Agriculture meet technology.
Open Daily 10am - 6pm . We are a non-profit organization providing fresh produce from our local organic farm, local farms, and conventional produce while providing training and jobs to Veterans and the underserved in our South Florida community. We feature an organic farm, farmer's market, and commercial kitchen in our 5,000 sq ft market and 22-acre farm.
Toluca Mexican Style Food Products is a leading company with more than 20 years of experience within the Hispanic market in the manufacture and distribution of chorizo, cecina (semi-dry beef) and among other products under the supervision of the USDA, located in Baltimore, Maryland