Search:

Join our CSA!


Enjoy a seasonal assortment of the finest local and organic vegetables, fruit, and herbs grown in Santa Cruz County.

Add-Ons

Beans-Dried-Locally grown-13 oz. ($6.00 )

Dry beans grown organically by Coke Farms in San Juan Bautista. 12 oz. bags. Currently offering: Cannellini, Gila River, Tigers Eye.

From: Coke Farm

Bread-Share or Loaf-Companion Bakeshop ($6.50 )

Hand shaped herb sourdough loaves baked daily in a four deck steam injection oven. All grains used are organic and all herbs used are organic and from Route 1 Farms. Sign up for weekly delivery and get a fresh loaf every week (bread share) or order individually.

From: Companion Bakeshop

Coffee-Organic-Whole Bean-12 oz. (from $14.00 )

Organic and shade grown coffee roasted by family owned Alta Organic Coffee &Tea Company of Santa Cruz. Also offering green beans for home roasters.

From: Alta Organic Coffee & Tea Company

Jam-Gold Raspberry-10.7 oz. ($9.00 )

Route 1 Farms gold raspberry jam. Ingredients: Organic raspberries, organic sugar, organic Meyer lemon juice and non-GMO pectin. The raspberries and Meyer lemons are from Route 1 Farms.

Polenta-Red Floriani Flint-12 oz. ($6.00 )

An Italian heirloom polenta corn variety. 12 oz.

From: Coke Farm

Smoked Paprika-Spicy ($4.50 )

Smoked spicy paprika-1.5 oz. Made with organic Route 1 Farms paprika peppers.

Surf Monkey Baby Onesies-Organic cotton ($20.00 )

Organic cotton iconic Surf Monkey brand baby onesie.

Tote Bag-Cotton Canvas (from $7.00 )

Cotton canvas tote bag for veggies, lunches or whatever else you may fancy. Ditch the plastic and go more sustainable. Art by local artist Dave Gardner.

Trucker Hats (from $15.00 )

Trucker hats with Route 1 Farms design by local artist Dave Gardner. Choose from Kelly green, black, royal blue or red.

Wheat-Blanco Grande-Spring-Hard White 2 lbs. ($6.95 )

Hard winter variety that is typically used in bread baking and is especially flavorful in sourdough breads. Stone Milled.

From: Coke Farm

Wheat-Rye Flour 2 lbs. ($6.75 )

Organic, local rye ground into flour.

From: Coke Farm