What Kinds of Products Are Available via the Co-op?

Winter hoophouse greens, storage crops (e.g. apples, carrots, onions, garlic, potatoes, winter squash, rutabaga, cabbage) eggs, ground beef, breakfast sausage, and whole pigs

Spring  hoophouse greens, microgreens, lettuce, radishes, scallions, asparagus, storage crops (e.g. apples, carrots, garlic, rutabaga), eggs, ground beef, breakfast sausage, and whole pigs

Summer  salad greens, microgreens, cherry tomatoes, tomatoes (cherry, heirloom, slicing, and hydroponic), cucumbers, scallions, garlic, basil, parsley, zucchini, eggplant, eggs, ground beef, breakfast sausage, whole pigs, sweet cherries, balaton cherries, Montmorency cherries, peaches

Fall apples, salad greens, spinach, microgreens, hot peppers (jalapeno, serrano, poblano), butternut squash (whole, snack sticks), garlic, eggs, ground beef, breakfast sausage, whole pigs, table grapes, pears, nectarines, potatoes (whole, cubed and shredded), onions, leeks, daikon 

 
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Why purchase from the MI Farm Cooperative?

  • Access: Quality, fresh, local seasonal produce available TWELVE months of the year. 
  • Convenience:   Our online ordering system is open 24/7!
  • Efficiency:   Less time to buy local, with centralized online store, one invoice/one check system, and one delivery at the back door!  Growers benefit from pooling together to offer marketing and delivery.
  • Economic:  There is no add-on delivery fee.  The suggested minimum order per delivery is or $50 /delivery – which is so much easier when buying from many farmers at once!
  • Transparency:  As a customer, the co-op’s online market place allows customers to select produce from individual member farms, and dig deeper for information about them – including contact information, location, growing practices, and any certifications.
  • Environmentally Friendly:  Co-op member farms share one delivery route, meaning fewer miles traveled – and less pollution!  Think car-pooling for your produce!
  • Variety:  In addition to traditional produce options, the co-op also offers a variety of “lightly processed” vegetables such as radish sticks, cubed butternut squash, shredded potatoes, and carrot coins. 
  • Peace of Mind:  Our farms are up to date with best practices in food safety. 

 

 

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Thank You to all of our Customers!

 
Restaurants

Blu, Glen Arbor

9  Bean Rows, Suttons Bay

Sugar2Salt, Traverse City

Tap Root, Traverse City

 

 

Schools

Leland Public School

Glen Lake Community Schools

Suttons Bay Public Schools

Northport Public Schools

Leelanau Children's Center

The Leelanau School

Frankfort Public Schools

Traverse City Area Public Schools

 

Grocery Stores & Retail

Anderson's Market, Glen Arbor

 

Interested in Learning More?  Contact us and let us know!

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Thank you for supporting our local farms!