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Enjoy Fresh Fish from Local Central Coast Waters

by Margie Hurd, SLO Fresh Catch

When Swordfish, Halibut, and Salmon are available, it’s easy for us at the SLO Fresh Catch booth to sell fish at the San Luis Obispo County farmers’ markets because shoppers generally know how to prepare steaks and filets of these familiar […]

Enjoy Fresh Fish from Local Central Coast Waters2017-01-06T16:47:32-08:00

Roxanne’s Cafe, San Luis Obispo

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Chef Roxanne Lapuyade has some cooking advice for you: “Use fresh organic ingredients from local producers whenever you can.” Roxanne’s Cafe employs local organic vegetables and fruits from a variety of sources including the farmers market, the Natural Foods Co-op […]

Roxanne’s Cafe, San Luis Obispo2017-01-06T16:47:32-08:00

Dairy Goddess Farmstead Cheese

Why farming?

We are 3rd generation farmers and it is in our blood! We love farming with our family and our cows and the great milk they make for us.
DAIR_family The Martin family at their farm in Lemoore, California

Why should people purchase your produce?

We are committed to our […]

Dairy Goddess Farmstead Cheese2017-01-06T16:47:32-08:00

Thomas Hill Organics, Paso Robles

thomas_hill_organicsWe started our restaurant four years ago to highlight organic fruits and vegetables from our farm. There was no restaurant in Central California to experience seasonal, locally grown and organic fare. Nothing can compare in taste to fruits and vegetables that are picked at the height of […]

Thomas Hill Organics, Paso Robles2017-01-06T16:47:32-08:00

AJ Soups

Arroyo Grande

The only SLO County soup booth that is always 100% gluten-free and vegan. Always.

We use fresh produce from the area’s farmers and our soups never have corn, soy, cottonseed oil or any genetically engineered products in them.

~ Nipomo—Sunday morning Nipomo/Mesa – Trilogy

~ Arroyo Grande—Wednesday

AJ Soups2012-12-21T16:26:13-08:00

Los Osos Valley Organic Farm

JimTerrick_greenhouse_smJim Terrick, Los Osos

[Certified Organic]

~ Baywood-Los Osos—Monday

~ San Luis Obipso—Saturday

  • Avocados
  • Beets
  • Carrots
  • Corn
  • Cucumbers
  • Lettuces
  • Kales
  • Onions
  • Peppers

photo: CentralCoastFoodie.com

Los Osos Valley Organic Farm2017-01-06T16:47:33-08:00

Wassum Family, Farmers

WassumsMike Wassum, Hughson

~ Morro Bay—Thursday
~ San Luis Obispo—Thursday
~ San Luis Obispo—Saturday

  • Cherries
  • May—June
Wassum Family, Farmers2017-01-06T16:47:33-08:00

Velazquez Family, Farmers

Francisco Velazquez, Santa Maria

~ Arroyo Grande—Wednesday
~ Morro Bay—Thursday
~ San Luis Obispo—Thursday
~ San Luis Obispo—Saturday
~ Arroyo Grande—Saturday

  • Cilantro
  • Cucumbers
  • Radishes
  • Raspberries
  • Lettuces
  • Strawberries
  • Swiss chard
  • Tomatoes
  • Fennel
Velazquez Family, Farmers2012-12-21T14:08:18-08:00

Varian Family, Farmers

TrishVarianGreg & Trish Varian, Lopez Lake Road

~ Morro Bay—Thursday
~ San Luis Obispo—Thursday
~ San Luis Obispo—Saturday
~ Arroyo Grande—Saturday

  • Avocados: Hass & Bacon
  • Oranges: Valencia & blood
  • Orange juice
  • June—October
Varian Family, Farmers2017-01-06T16:47:33-08:00

Stoltey’s Bee Farm

SLOFM_StolteyPaulPaul Stoltey, Atascadero

~ Arroyo Grande—Wednesday
~ Morro Bay—Thursday
~ San Luis Obispo—Thursday
~ San Luis Obispo—Saturday
~ Arroyo Grande—Saturday

  • Honey
  • Types vary with the seasons
  • Winter: manzanita & eucalyptus
  • Spring: orange, wild flower & sage
  • Summer: toyon & yellow star thistle
  • Fall: blue curls & wire weed
Stoltey’s Bee Farm2017-01-06T16:47:33-08:00