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South Florida farms: Where to find fresh fruits & vegetables

Farms in South Florida and other parts of the Sunshine State offer vegetables and other produce to the public. You just have to know where to go. 

We’ve compiled a roundup of spots available throughout Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties, so you can feel free to drive around and find fresh fruits and veggies. 

Of course, details can always change at the last minute, so we always recommend you check ahead before heading out. Enjoy!

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Farms in South Florida

Palm Beach County

  • Swank Speciality Produce offers a farmers market Saturdays, 14311 N. Road, Loxahatchee; seasonal; 561-202-5648, website
  • East Coast Farms in Lake Worth; 561-286-0286; randy@eastcoastfarms.us
  • Farmhouse Tomatoes Inc.,  1001 Okeechobee Road, West Palm Beach; 561-718-4733; website
  • Bedner’s Farm Fresh Market, 10066 Lee Road, Boynton Beach; 561-733-5490; Facebook page or website
  • Yee Farms, 9851 W. Boynton Beach Blvd., Boynton Beach; 561-732-0162; Facebook page

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Broward County

  • Patch Urban Farm in Dania Beach, find details through online ordering website & Facebook
  • South Florida Urban Farms, Southwest Ranches (venue is described as hydroponic vertical farm); 954-275-5121; alohaactube@gmail.com
  • Harpke Family Farm, 2781 SW 36th St., Dania Beach; order on website for pick-up; use Facebook page for updates; includes lettuce, leaks, microgreens, honey, edible flowers
  • Moxieberries, organic produce from South Florida farms with local pickup sites and delivery in some areas; 954-559-8035; website
  • Kongelato in Pembroke Pines; 954-399-0890; 954-709-1808; sales@kongelatocitrus.com

Miami-Dade County

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More information

There’s a Farmer’s Market To Go service that offers foods from farmers and food vendors in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties; order online for pickup or delivery; website.

The Florida Department of Agriculture offers a Florida Farm To You Commodities List featuring information about opportunities to purchase products including tomatoes, watermelons, lettuce, blueberries, oysters,  depending on what’s available at any given time.

Additionally, the Florida Farm Bureau features information about local farms right here.

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Patti Roth, the editor of Fort Lauderdale on the Cheap, scouts out state and national deals, discounts and coupons for our readers, finding the real deals and presenting them in an easy-to-read format. A veteran newspaper and magazine writer and a longtime South Florida resident, she has written for The Miami Herald, The Sun-Sentinel in Fort Lauderdale, Florida Travel and Life, E Environmental Magazine, Dog Fancy, Cat Fancy, US Architecture and Earth911.com. Send your cheap tips to her at info@fortlauderdaleonthecheap.com.

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