German Pink tomato

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The German Pink tomato is a Bavarian variety that is currently grown in Festina, Iowa. The plants produce large 1-2 pound meaty fruits with few seeds. The German Pink has a full sweet flavor, even floral, and a tender skin. The tomato is an extremely versatile fruit, as it is excellent for canning and freezing but also slicing and juicing.

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Craig's Creek Farm

  Prospect, KY

We are farming to create a future. Using biodynamic and organic growing systems, we raise veggies, fruits and beef cattle. The farm is in the process of becoming re-structured according to the principles of permaculture and will be used as a vessel for permaculture design and training. (more...)


Countryside Farmers' Markets

  Peninsula, OH

The Countryside Farmers' Markets showcase the bounty of NE Ohio. (more...)


Country Roots Farm

  Riley, MI

We are a small, family owned and operated farm and CSA in Riley Township, Michigan. We are dedicated to growing fresh, organically grown, non-GMO vegetables and herbs, including many heirloom varieties. From starting seeds in our greenhouse to harvesting the crop, our customers know exactly where their food comes from. (more...)


Copake Hillsdale Farmer's Market

  Hillsdale, NY

Located in the charming hamlet of Hillsdale, NY. We are at the Roe Jan Park on Route 22. One minute south of the light on Route 22 and Route 23 The Copake Hillsdale Farmer's Market will bring you the best vegetables, meats, cheeses, wines, organic spices and more that our area has to offer. (more...)


Coon Rock Farm

  Hillsborough, NC    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Coon Rock Farm is a family farm providing sustainably grown garden crops and pasture raised antibiotic and hormone free chicken, eggs, pigs, beef, lamb and goat on 55 acres nestled along a bend in the Eno River just outside of Hillsborough, NC. (more...)


Cooley Farms

  Carlyle, IL

We are a small family owned specialty crop farm. We preserve most of our own food by canning, drying and freezing. We want to share these practices with YOU! April-May asparagus, cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli June-July blackberries (more...)