We strive to provide our community with fresh, regionally, humanely-sourced meat and produce.

Humanely processed meat that has been raised with pride and passion.

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Filet Mignon | Hanger Steak | Ribeye | Short Ribs | Stew Meat | Brisket | Chuck Roast | Veal Chop | Tallow | Meat Loaf | Beef Stock

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Pork Chops | Pork Butt | Pork Loin | Pork Belly | St. Louis Ribs | Ribs | Ground Pork | Pork Fat | Lard | Pork Stock

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Whole Chicken | Breast | Thighs | Wings | Tenders | Ground Chicken | Chicken Stock

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Whole Duck | Breast | Duck Confit | Duck Thighs

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Rack of Lamb

Fresh Seafood
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Local Fish | Local Shrimp | Scallops

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Longtime beaches residents with a passion for growing only the cleanest, most delicious and sustainably grown food. ABUF operates an urban farm located in Atlantic Beach, Florida and grow in a climate-controlled, pristine greenhouse, 365 days a year. They use aeroponic technology to produce a large volume of food in a small amount of space and teach individuals and community organizations how they too can grow their own food right where they live and operate.

Black Hog Farm is operated by a family of fourth and fifth generation farmers, who are dedicated to producing top quality farm products. They work alongside other local, Florida, and regional Farmers and Artisans enabling them to provide the freshest and most flavorful choice of products delivered directly through their Farm to Door program.

Congaree and Penn began as a tiny rice farm in 2014. Since then, they've grown into a thriving farm of orchards and animals. Congaree and Penn boasts the largest (and youngest) Mayhaw orchard in the world. In 2016, Congaree and Penn began juicing seasonal fruit from local farms to produce shrubs, a nod to a Colonial era pastime.

Frog Song Organics Co-founders, John Bitter and Amy Van Scoik started Frog Song Organics in the fall of 2011. Their mission is to produce nutritious food for the community and create meaningful employment opportunities. They also aim to demonstrate that farming can be accomplished with the “triple bottom line” – with respect to our human, ecological and economic resources.

GyoGreens uses a sustainable farming method which combines traditional aquaculture (raising aquatic animals - in their case, fish - in tanks) with hydroponics (cultivating plants in water) in a symbiotic environment. All produce is grown naturally and without the use of pesticides.

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What makes
us different from
other markets?

We stock only fresh, regionally sourced product.
We offer a variety that you cannot get in your local grocery store.
You can savor any of our products in either of our two sister restaurants.

Please, we invite you to
stop by and discover all
that we offer.

We saw a gap in the local
food supplier market and wanted to fill it.

Stop by, get to know us better