Clean Food Resource List

Supporting Local Food Production

The phrase “it takes a village” is true in more ways than one. To bring sustainable food production back to our communities, and out of the hands of commercial agriculture, we must support local farms, food co-ops, and other quality sources of nutrient-dense foods, together. By supporting small producers who grow organically and raise holistically, we show corporations we care more about the animals, the environment, and ourselves than we care about a dollar sign.


The farms we promote know these things can be detrimental to animal health, environment health, and human health. That is why they are committed to raising their animals and their crops without chemicals and added hormones.


The stress level of an animal matters and science suggests plants do better when they’re talked to. You can trust the farmers we promote ensure their animals and crops are living their best lives!


There are many differences between commercial and local farming, but one of the biggest is who runs those farms. Commercial farms have corporations and board rooms that make decisions and fund their operations. When it comes to local producers, they are typically run by families or tight knit groups. Faming is a lot of work. When you run a farm yourself, it takes a serious amount of dedication!


Many small farms are increasingly using innovative ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to climate change. They are the true pioneers of climate-smart agriculture, using practices that maintain productivity while decreasing emissions. They are also producing a range of other benefits such as poverty alleviation, better nutrition and biodiversity conservation.


without the seed oil

Nearly all restaurants use soy, canola, or other seed oil mystery blends as the standard oil to fry up food. Food is better cooked with animal fats like lard, ghee, butter, and tallow. Local Fats is here to help you find restaurants that use better oils in their cooking, like tallow and real butter.

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Real Milk is 
Raw Milk.

Real, raw milk comes from pasture-fed cows, it contains all the fat that nature intended, and it has not been subject to processing—it is not pasteurized, ultra-pasteurized, homogenized, powdered, or condensed. 

Find A Producer In Your Area

Find A Farmer Near You

From vegetables to dairy, these amazing farms make an incredible impact on our local community. Let’s support them the way they support us!

Pineshine Farms

Saint James City, FL

Cattle, Pigs, Chickens, Raw dairy

(239) 677-4074
7401 Stringfellow Road
Saint James City, FL 33956

Inyoni Organic Farm

Naples, FL

USDA organic veg

(239) 980-3605
960 Deer Run Lane
Naples, FL 34120

Rosy Tomorrows

North Fort Myers, FL

Cattle, Pigs, Chickens & Veg

(239) 567-6000
8250 Nalle Grade Rd
North Fort Myers, FL 33917

Buckingham Farms

Fort Myers, FL

Veg, Local Honey, Restaurant

(239) 206-2303
12931 Orange River Blvd
Fort Myers, FL 33905

Circle C Farms

Bonita Springs, FL

Cattle, pigs, chickens, honey

(239) 776-9054
10441 Kentucky Street
Bonita Springs, FL 34135

Pine Island Botanicals

Bokeelia, FL

Organic veg, sprouts, eggs

(239) 222-9494
12571 Aubrey Ln
Bokeelia, FL 33922

Okeechobee Farms

Moore Haven, FL

Cattle, eggs, butter, lamb, pigs

(561) 225-3073
29513 Highway 27
Moore Haven, FL 33471

Grove Ladder Farm

Arcadia, FL

Cattle, duck, chicken, pigs

(941) 928-5891
5690 SE Stallings Ter Arcadia, FL 34266

Worden Farm

Punta Gorda, FL

USDA Organic veg

(941) 234-4843
34900 Bermont Rd
Punta Gorda, FL 33982