Farmers to You

Farmer's market, CSA, and online grocery shopping - rolled into one

When you join Farmers To You, you get the abundant selection of a great farmers market, the direct relationship of a CSA, and the convenience of online shopping and delivery. Here's how it works.

You order the food you want

  • Shop the market and fill your basket with food from your partner farmers and producers
  • Create a convenient weekly order of $40 or more that can be changed at any time

Your partner farmers and producers harvest and make

  • Your food is harvested or prepared to your order each week

We bring you your food

  • Meet us at your neighborhood pickup site or get home delivery for a small fee

We send updates from the farms

  • Each week, we share with you what's coming in fresh and in season

The food you want, from farms you trust,
delivered each week, all year long.

Contact Farmers to You

P.O.Box 202
Calais, Vermont  05648
Phone: 802-225-6383


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Washington County, Vermont

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