Agri-Cultura Network • PRODUCE
Albuquerque, New Mexico • Agri-Cultura Network was created as a mechanism for small organic farmers to aggregate their produce for wholesale and institutional markets. They provide year long training to beginning farmers in organic food production for institutional buyers such as the public schools.
Akin Farms • PINTO BEANS
Akin Family Farm, Estancia, New Mexico • In the heart Of New Mexico, where the elevation is over 6,000 ft, some of the best pinto beans are raised by the fourth generation Akin family. Only the best seed is used, and double cleaned, which adds quality. Be amazed with the difference fresh, dried beans will make.
Apple Canyon Gourmet • Salsa
Santa Fe, New Mexico • Apple Canyon products combine the influence of Spanish, Mexican and Native American cuisine, resulting in a truly New Mexican experience. They also add a modern twist with ingredients that are growing in popularity.
Armijo Farm • CHILE
Amijo Family Farm, Socorro, New Mexico • For 20 years, we have been growing green and red chile, on alkaline clay loam soil, using organic growing practices, from seed to freezer, on our seven-acre farm in Sabinal, New Mexico.Certified by the New Mexico Department of Agriculture (NMDA), following the USDA Organic standards, no GMO products or pesticides are used.
Aroma Fresca • FRESH HERBS
Rio Rancho, New Mexico • Certified Organic by New Mexico Organic Commodity Commission, Aroma Fresca offers a full line of certified organic fresh herbs packaged in clamshell containers. All products are UPC coded and display ready for in-store sales. Organic tomato, herb, and vegetable plants are also available in the spring.
Beneficial Farms • FRESH EGGS
New Mexico & Colorado • Raised without pesticides, herbicides, GMO’s, hormones or antibiotics.
Big B's Fabulous Juices • FRUIT, JUICE
Schwartz Family Farm, Paonia, Colorado • Big B’s is a family owned business and for over 30 years, they have been pressing all natural ciders and apple juice blends...“The way it should be!” Delicious Orchards and Big B’s Fabulous Juices are proud to support local sustainable agricultural and land stewardship. More...
Chile River • CHILE, PUMPKINS
Franzoy Family, Hatch, New Mexico • Four generations of family-owned and operated farming combined with a modern approach to conservation add flavor to everything they grow. They pride themselves in each harvest of choice, hand-picked produce.
Cider Mill Farms • APPLES
Barbara and Trenton Wann, Mountain Park, New Mexico • Eleven acres,100-year old orchards of heritage apples and plums, additional orchards of peaches, cherries, plums, and apricots, as well as blackberries, raspberries, and strawberries with two vegetable gardens and a hoop house to round out the landscape.
Del Valle Pecans • PECANS
Sally & Todd Harper, Mesilla Park, NM • Del Valle Pecans supply raw, shelled and certified organic pecans. Available in halves, large pieces, medium pieces. Pecans are grown and processed in the USA (TX and NM).
Desert Garden Farms • RISTRAS
The Franzoy family of Desert Gardens Farm has been growing chile in Southern New Mexico for generations, and continues to make artisan red chile ristras the traditional way. Desert Gardens’ authentic ristras are made with heritage Sandia chiles.
Embudo Valley Organics • FEED
Rinconada, New Mexico • Turkeys every fall and an expanded feed business of the highest quality feed for goats, poultry and other livestock. The focus is on maintaining the highest quality possible... like nothing else you'll find on the market.
Fox Den Farm • PINTOS
Jim Heneghan, San Juan Mountains, Colorado • An ideal climate for growing dry beans and other crops, Fox Den produces organic pinto beans. 100% of the farm’s electricity comes from solar power!
Freanna, LLC • YOGHURT
Clovis, New Mexico • Freanna Original Yoghurt is a premium quality stir yoghurt, full of probiotics, packed with live and active cultures and a rich source of calcium and protein. It does not contain artificial additives, preservatives, or high fructose corn syrup. More...
Frisco Farm • FRESH PRODUCE
Kyle Skaggs and Anne Le Fevre, Pleasanton, New Mexico • Frisco Farm sits on a 12 acre parcel along the banks of the San Francisco River, adjacent to the Gila Wilderness. All produce from the farm is chemical and pesticide free.
Green Earth • FRESH PRODUCE
Saguache, Colorado • The rich soils, pure water and air, and pristine high altitude climate produces potent herbs, sweet tender vegetables and nutritious grains. With a lifetime of training and personal experience with herbs, Lillian of Green Earth Farm has created products that nourish and heal the body, and sooth the soul.
Heidi's Raspberry Farm • RASPBERRY JAM
Corrales, New Mexico • Heidi’s Raspberry Jam starts with hand selected raspberries grown in Corrales, New Mexico. The jam is made in small batches, by hand with loving care. Slowly cooked, the raspberries are brought to a brief and delicate boiling phase. This delicious low-sugar recipe is kitchen home-made! More...
Kyzer Farm • PORK
Kyzer Family Farm, South Valley Albuquerque, New Mexico •The Kyzer family has been raising livestock in New Mexico since 1970. Kyzer Farm knows that slow, natural growth produces solid, quality meat. The animals raised at Kyzer Farm are gentle and contented. Their exceptionally flavorful meat comes from raising animals in an old-world style and vegetarian diet, you can taste the difference. More...
Mesa Top Farm • FRESH PRODUCE
Steve Warshawer, Glorieta Mesa, New Mexico • The farm is a living laboratory for the advancement of sustainable farming and ranching principles in high-altitude, dryland locations. Irrigation at the farm employs a drip system using primarily captured rainwater. More...
Mountain Mama Milling • WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR
Greg and Suzanne Gosar, Montrose, Colorado • Mt. Mama flour is made from high altitude spring wheat organically grown at 7600 ft. in the San Luis Valley. The wheat is then freshly ground with stone-burr mills to not destroy the natural enzymes and vitamins. No preservatives or conditioners are added.
Mujeres En Accion • TAMALES
Albuquerque, New Mexico • A kitchen cooperative with hands-on training projects while generating income through sales of New Mexican and Mexican food, primarily, tamales.
Nolina's Heavenly Organic • ONIONS
Lemitar, New Mexico • A small certified organic farm growing produce, flowers and herbs sold locally at Farmer's Markets, coops and restaurants.The all natural farm has straw bale buildings, solar power and well water.
North Fork Organic Farm • Pinto Beans
Western Slope, Colorado • North Fork’s motto: Healthy Soils = Healthy People. Every aspect of North Fork farming is focused on environmental efficiency and improving the health of our soil. Certified Organic Pinto Beans are sold a La Montanita, and many other organic markets along Colorado’s front-range.
Old Windmill Dairy • GOAT CHEESE
Los Luna, New Mexico • Old Windmill Dairy is a small, thriving goat dairy. Their Manzano Blue Cheese won a Blue Ribbon Award from the American Dairy Goat Association. Their Holy Chipotle Chevre and Chili & Hot Chevre received Gold Medals at the 2011 Scovie Awards. More...
Patchwork Farm • DRY LAND BEANS
Estancia Valley, New Mexico
Peculiar Farms • FRESH PRODUCE
Los Lunas, New Mexico • Peculiar Farms, a farm of tomorrow, with roots in yesteryear offers the community a wide variety of heirloom and traditional vegetables and fruits for the discerning palette. Flavor is at the heart of sustainability and Peculiar Farms delivers produce at the peak of flavor and beauty.
Pena Blanca Sunflower • SUNFLOWER SEEDS
Deborah Montoya, Bens Blanca, New Mexico • Every August, in the shadow of the Cochiti Dam, several acres explode in a brilliant yellow as the sunflowers of Pena Blanca stand tall. These large and brilliant flowers yield a black and grey striped seed perfect for a future sunflower oil.
Preferred Produce • TOMATOES
Deming, New Mexico • A controlled-environment greenhouse production facility that provides the optimal foundation for a sustainable and highly productive business model producing locally grown organic vegetables.
Rancho Durazno • PEACHES
Palisade, Colorado • Organically grown peaches are their signature crop. “Peaches You Remember”. More...
Rio Grande Community Farms • FRESH PRODUCE
Albuquerque, New Mexico • A 50-acre, non-profit urban farm located in the Los Poblanos Fields Open Space in the North Valley of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Specializing in organic food for Albuquerque schools, restaurants, and stores.
Sage Creations Organic Farm • CHERRIES
Palisade, Colorado • Sweet cherries, lavender, potted culinary herbs and specialty vegetable starts; as well as fresh cut herbs and heirloom tomatoes.Our beautiful lavender fields contain over 30 varieties. We offer lavender plants, both fresh and dried cut bundles, and an array of lavender products.
Salazar Meats • JERKY
Manassa, Colorado • The Salazar Ranch is one of the oldest family-run ranches in Colorado – with all the benefits of grassfed, organic, and sustainably-raised, our livestock are never treated with antibiotics or hormones, roam freely on pastures their entire lives, and are 100% grassfed and organic certified.
Salvador Corona • FRESH PRODUCE
Espanola, New Mexico • Salvador was born to farming. His father was a farmer all his life, and the urge was passed down to Salvador. "It's something I have inside", he says. The variety shifts seasonally but the Farmer’s Market tables are always full.
Sangre De Cristo • FLOUR
Questa, New Mexico • Along the New Mexico-Colorado border, members of the Sangre de Cristo Agricultural Producers Cooperative plant, grow and harvest organic hard red wheat.
Santa Fe Tortilla Company • TORTILLAS
Santa Fe, New Mexico • Enjoy the fresh baked taste of our Whole Grain Tortillas. They are unique in both taste and texture and carry on the great tradition of a genuine Santa Fe baked tortilla.
Schwebach Farms • FRESH PRODUCE
Moriarty, New Mexico • Farming has been at the heart of the Schwebach Family for many generations, six generations thus far. The Schwebach Farm in Moriarty, NM began when Farmer Dean was only three years old.
Seco Spice • FRESH & DRY CHILE
Berino, New Mexico • Since 1935, the hallmark of the Ogaz Family has been their unwavering committment to quality. For three generations, their family farm values continue to be at the forefront of the chile industry.
Shiraz Vineyard • FRESH FRUIT
La Luz, New Mexico • The eight acre vineyard and orchard grows a variety of fruits including apricots, figs, grapes peaches, persimmons, and pomegranates - many of which originate from Greek, Turkish, and Iranian stock. The Southern New Mexico locations makes their fruit some of the first to ripen each season.
Simply Honey • HONEY
The company goal is as the name implies: simplicity. The honey is not heated beyond warming it or micro-filtered. Essentially the honey goes straight from the hive to the jar.
Soilutions • COMPOST
Albuquerque, New Mexico • Compost plays a pivotal role in the permaculture system by producing biological and remedial conditions that sustain the ability of the soil to support plants and animals. By establishing the Soilutions Compost Division, we are able to offer locally produced compost; “Made in the Southwest for the Southwest”.
South Tex Organcis • CITRUS
Mission, New Mexico • Dennis Holbrook grew up in a citrus and row crop farming family. Dennis decided farming organically was nature's way and the best way to grow the most nutritious and best tasting citrus. He felt a commitment to provide the consuming public with an option to purchase citrus grown naturally without the use of toxic chemicals.
Sweet Grass Co-Op • GRASS FED BEEF
Northern New Mexico & Southern Colorado • Sweet Grass is a group of ranchers, many are organically certified. All of them raise grass-fed, grass-finished animals in a manner that is good for the land and consistent with the humane treatment of animals. Cattle are meant to eat grass; our animals eat the lush grasses of the Western ranges and are never sent to feed lots. More...
Tamale Connection • TAMALES
Antonito, Colorado • Sixteen years ago Wayne and Leisa Garcia made tamales for Christmas presents. Later that year the request came pouring in. Today, they own a small factory but still produce handmade authentic tamales. Made with a specially ground masa harina and hormone and antibiotic free chicken, pork or beef and available in red or green chile!
Tamaya Mill • CORN MEAL
Santa Ana, New Mexico • Agriculture is why the Santa Ana people have survived as a community. More than just the management of soils and crops, agriculture is an integral component of our lifestyle and religion. The cycle of religious ceremonies reflect the agricultural seasons. Blue corn, the most treasured grain of Pueblo tribes, is the prominent crop of Santa Ana. More...
Tierra Del Sol Organic Farms • Organic Lamb And Goat
West Texas • Tierra del Sol Farms produces premier organic agricultural products. With over 20 years of experience in the field, they are leaders in pesticide-free agriculture and sustainable production.
Tucumcari Cheese Factory • COW CHEESE
Tucumcari, New Mexico • Charles Krause, a fourth generation cheese maker with 40 years experience in Wisconsin, saw the booming growth of the dairy industry in New Mexico, and built his plant at the crossroads of I-40 and US Hwy. 54.
Valencia Flour Mill • FLOUR
Jarales, New Mexico • Valencia Flour Mill produces local flour that is made in small batches from high-quality wheat grown in New Mexico at Navajo Agricultural Products Industry. Valencia Mill Flour is suitable for all uses though its rich flavor, and the additional parts of wheat that it retains, make it a little more dense and slow to rise than industrially milled flours.
Valley Gurlz • Pickled Green Beans & Asparagus
Albuquerque, New Mexico • In 2012, two cousins from Albuquerque were inspired to start their own business of pickled green beans so everyone could enjoy the delicacy! Valley Gurlz continues to use only fresh, natural, local, non-preservative ingredients. They continue to hand package each jar to maintain the same quality and ensure a personal touch for their customers.
White Mountain Farm, Inc. • POTATOES, QUINOA
Alamosa, New Mexico • The farm has been in the family since the 1930's. In the late 1970's and early 1980's, the main crops were organically grown wheat, alfalfa, and sheep. In 1984 we started experimenting with quinoa. In 1987, White Mountain Farm was growing certified organic quinoa and potatoes, and was the first large-scale quinoa operation in North America.