Tupelo honey is produced from the blossoms of the white Ogeechee tupelo tree, which only blooms for 2-3 weeks every year. These trees are distributed along the borders of rivers, swamps, and ponds mainly in the remote wetlands of Georgia and Florida. Pure tupelo honey is light amber in color, with a pear-like and hoppy aroma and a coveted flavor that fans describe as mild, delicate, buttery, floral, like cotton candy and like rosewater. Because of its unusually high fructose content (versus sucrose), tupelo honey will not granulate. Also because of its low sucrose content, some diabetics may eat it. Certified tupelo honey is not heated, processed, or filtered.
By God's grace, our family business has grown over 50 years and four generations. From a two hive beekeeping hobby to a business that provides for our family and allows us to contribute to organizations, helping others. We proudly offer our line of pure raw honey, gift baskets, and honey related items. (more...)
The Vicksburg Farmers' Market meets at the corner of Grove and Levee Streets, in downtown Vicksburg, from June through September each year. Saturdays from 8:00-11:00 a.m. the market hosts farmers and artisans, with live music as a backdrop and planned activities for children. (more...)
We now have a 5-acre farm we are developing in Homestead, to grow more veggies for South Florida! We began as urban gardeners, aspiring to be urban homesteaders, in 2008. We still sell surplus garden produce as it becomes available, so you can eat fresh, just-picked local fruits and veggies, grown without poisons! (more...)
The current status of this market- OPEN! The market has been back at Legion Park, operated by Urban Oasis Project, every Saturday from 9-2 PM. It is no longer at 79th and Biscayne. We feature all local produce with many organic selections, and currently have over 12 vendors every week- sometimes up to 18 if everyone shows up. (more...)
We are a small farm to table producer of meat, eggs, and milk. We also have a small local producer farm store. Our goals are to be self sustaining and all natural/organic in all our efforts. We raise heritage breed sheep, goats, pigs, rabbits, cattle, and fowl (chicken, ducks, and quail.) We do farm tours and educational forums.(more...)
The Farmers Market at World Golf Village offers a wide variety of local produce; meats, poultry and fish; baked goods; honey; organic and gluten-free specialty and gourmet foods; and local fine art and crafts. Fresh Start Hydroponics, Alvarez Farms, Maggie's Herbs, Barn Yard Farms, Harris Farms, Fullwood Farms (more...)