What is Farm2Me?
Discover new small brands in your neighborhood
Farm2me allows you to discover and shop from new local food makers + farms, delivered fresh right to you. Create your account to write reviews for brands on Farm2Me, make lists, and receive our weekly newsletter.
Choose from the best local farmers and food makers, all researched and hand-selected for you, picked and prepared fresh upon order.
If you're anywhere in the world, a store, a buyer, a chef, or even a bride looking to make your wedding pop - we'll hand select small farms and small batch products near you, and deliver your goods to your door -- for free (read: free delivery!) -- or you can pick them up from many of the local makers.
Your guide to new brands
We’re here to guide you through the endless, "organic" (but often untrue) aisle of modern retail.
1. Order exactly what you want
Order from your local farmers & food makers on Farm2me
- Personalized orders - choose from researched and hand-selected makers & farms
- Check out their small batch, dietary restrictive goods, and organic seasonal produce
- Save and view past orders - never forget the almond milk again!
2. Harvested & Made For You
Your goods are picked and prepared per order -- nothing fresher!
- Fresh produce picked ripe and arrives tastier
- Prepared fresh -- means no sitting around
- Food makers & farmers reduce waste -- nothing harvested or prepped, unnecessarily
Choose delivery or pickup from local food makers
- Delivery is FREE! (from makers within your own area, *we don't offer national delivery).
- We deliver in 5 continents (Europe, Asia, South & North America, and Australia)
Support small family farms! And small batch mission driven brands! You can shop by core value, and find products that share those same values. We have been building a small batch local food system since 2010. We do the research — find brands that are truly doing the right thing, and don't let big corporations buy them out or grow chemical food on their land. We know how time consuming and confusing it is to do the research — so we do that too — because we can't go back to the way things were. Hi, we're Farm2Me.
Farm2Me is run by farmers, fishermen, ranchers, and bakers. Transparently connecting you with producers, accessibly and affordably are at the core of a successful local food model. We want everyone to be able to afford local food, like our grandparents did, by shopping from local growers and producers at the local-level.
LOCAL FOOD AND SEASONAL
Getting local food has never been easier. Instead of shipping produce across the world, Farm2Me supports local farmers to bring local food at 50% of the cost to you. Using Farm2Me's network of 18,000 local food makers, the secret is making it easier and more affordable to shop from small batch local producers -- with free delivery.
We're creating the next model at Farm2Me. Model that can easily be replicated in thousands of communities. One that supports local farms and small batch food makers, by making them accessible and affordable to all.
SUSTAINABLE MEAT, DAIRY, & EGGS
As our friend Gene Baur of Animal Sanctuary said: "If you can't convince someone to go Vegan, at least ask them to support Small Batch Sustainable Meat Production." Our animal welfare standards are based on Cornucopia Institute ratings. We source from farms that raise their animals on pasture, using regenerative methods that give back to the planet, and we do our own home work.
Our farmers complain how expensive it is to sell their produce to distributors for $.30 on the dollar, so we created a model where they keep $.90. Farm2Me handles the technology, distribution, marketing, and sales — and we leave the growing to the growers.
CO-FOUNDER & CEO, GARRY
Garry Michael is the founder, CEO of Farm2Me — a company that grows local food systems, worldwide. In San Francisco, Farm2Me is rooted in local farms and the bay area community. He has now expanded that to hundreds of cities. His goal continues, to grow local food systems to thousands of cities, worldwide.
Watch Garry’s Food Tank interview where he talks local fresh food delivery and local distribution models, post - COVID 2020.