Miss Scarlett's Homegrown Produce, Texas-made Gifts & More


San Antonio, Texas
Food Co-op / Grocery

Miss Scarlett's Homegrown Produce, Texas-made Gifts & More

We are a small produce stand and gift shop that offers farm fresh produce grown by us and other local farmer's from Fredericksburg to Floresville, and a few other places in between! We also offer a wide array of locally produced gourmet foods such as jams, jellies, pecans, fudge, pickles pastas, sauces, jerky, salsas, candies, preserves, local honey and more.

Miss Scarlett's was opened by Anthony and Brittany Micheli from Miss Scarlett's farm, a small produce patch in Bulverde, TX. The pair opened the shop in hopes to bring all the local farmer's market favorites together in one spot, in an area devoid of any farmer's markets or produce stands. Everything in the store is grown or produced by 'friends' from San Antonio Farmer's Markets, but the store has the convenience of longer hours and is open five days a week. Produce changes seasonally so call or come by today to see what is available!

Listing last updated on Jan 25, 2013

Homegrown, local, in-season produce, Texas-made gifts and gourmet foods. One stop shopping for all your local favorites conveniently located six miles north of 1604!

Produce from Miss Scarlett's Farm, Engel Farm, Fikes Family Farm, Boa-Con Farm, 9-1 Farm and more.

We carry products from Fredericksburg Fudge, Whittington's Jerky, Don Bale's, Youngblood Honey, Circle H orchard, Mrs. Annies peanut patch, Hill Country Canning, Texas Wild, New Canaan farms, Skipkenny, Gourmet Texas Pasta.




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Fresh local honey is the best. So much better than what the stores have to offer. We love it! Keep up the good work Ms Scarlett.

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Ever wonder, "what do I do with turnips?"

2013-03-01

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