In 1943 the Laroda plum was developed in Winters, California, by Claron O. Hesse at the California Agricultural Experiment Station; it was introduced to the market in 1954. The Laroda plum looks like a classic plum in color, shape, and texture, but it has an extraordinary wine-like flavor. It has long been considered one of the best-flavored Asian plums. The Laroda is purple on the outside and amber-streaked with red on the inside. It is very juicy and slightly sweet, and is complemented by a touch of acidity. The Laroda is generally used for making jams and jellies.
NOW Accepting new CSA members for our 2015 Spring/SUMMER CSA to start April 17,2015.----Skipper Farms is family owned and operated offering a wide variety of naturally grown, tasty, and safe fresh fruits and vegetables. (more...)
The Inner Sunset Farmers' Market made its grand debut in San Francisco in June 2009 and operates year-round on Sundays from 9am-1pm. Not only does the Inner Sunset farmers' market feature a bounty of fresh organic produce, you can also pick up local eggs and chickens, flowers, honey, artisnal food, pickles and jams, fresh fish and cheese. (more...)
We are urban growers, located off Ford & Highland in the city of Redlands, California on Rolling Hills Rd. (more...)
Pioneer Farms & Orchards of Wenatchee Valley is a marketing service that I offer exclusively to small, family run farms here in the sunny, beautiful Wenatchee river shed. I have over sevens years of farm marketing experience. What I have learned is that many of our best growers are not the greatest of sales people. This is where I come in. (more...)
Otow Orchard is a small family-operated farm in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains east of Sacramento, surrounded by development. It was started by Chris Kuratomi's grandparents, Kichitaro and Momi Kawano around 1910, before Asian immigrants were legally allowed to own land in California. (more...)
The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market is operated by CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture). All our markets are open year-round, rain or shine. For more information and to subscribe to our weekly e-letter, visit www.cuesa.org. (more...)