HOMEGROWN LOCAL FOOD COOPERATIVE

Homegrown Local Food Cooperative is your resource for locally grown organic produce, pastured eggs and meats, raw dairy, honey and a variety of artisanal goods for the home and garden.  

Homegrown goods are available every week through our Signature Online Farmer's Market.  Simply log in, shop and pick-up your local goods at our boutique farm store on Orange Avenue where Ivanhoe and Health Villages connect.

Our local Farmer's list what's growing each week and you get to pick what farm fresh goodies you want and, they are harvested just for you!

Our local Artisans cook and prepare to order what you have requested.

Quality and transparency are important at Homegrown, and you can shop with ease, knowing that we are looking out for the best tasting, healthiest, most nutritionally packed, unadulterated, local food available.  At Homegrown our goal is to source the best quality food grown as close to home as possible.


Our produce is grown without pesticides, fungicides, or synthetic fertilizers and never from GMO seeds!  Our animal products come from animals who are treated humanely and do not receive routine hormones or antibiotics.  Our artisanal  food products are made without preservatives or artificial ingredients.  Our artisanal home products are made without parabens or sulfates.  Our garden products come from our local organic farmers.  

Each product listed at our Online Farmer's Market is identified by the farm, kitchen or craftsman who is creating the unique offering.  To learn more about our Producers, visit the Producers section.

 

Online Farmer's Market Hours:
Tuesday at 9am through Friday at 9am

Boutique Farm Store Hours:
Saturday and Sunday from noon until 4:00pm and Monday from 2:00pm until 7:00pm

 

We accept cash, check, ebt and all major credit cards. 

FREE Screening of Food Chains

  • University of Central Florida Mathematical Sciences Building 260 Orlando, FL 32816

Join members of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers and the Alliance for Fair Food for a screening of Food Chains, hosted by the Student Labor Action Project (SLAP) at UCF and and the Youth and Young Adult Network of the National Farm Worker Ministry (YAYA-NFWM). Food Chains, produced by Eva Longoria with Eric Schlosser, highlights the struggle for farm worker justice in the tomato fields of Florida and the proven solution to farm worker exploitation that is worker-led and consumer-powered: the Fair Food Program.

The film chronicles the story of the CIW’s campaign with Florida-based Publix — one of the largest supermarket corporations in the country — who has unconscionably refused to join the Fair Food Program for more than five years. Join us in learning about this important movement underway in our community.

Following the film, there will be a brief Q & A session hosted by the Coalition of Immokalee Workers and information for UCF students and community members to join the CIW’s Parade and Concert for Fair Food.

The screening will take place Thursday, March 5 at 6pm at University of Central Florida (UCF) Mathematical Sciences Building (MSB) 260.

*This event is sponsored by the Women’s Studies Program and the University of Central Florida Libraries.

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