FARMERS AND PRODUCERS

Prospect Farm

Prospect Farm

Constance and Carlton have 170 acres of lush farmland in Cumberland, VA....

Beechwood Farm

Beechwood Farm

Matt Gottwald has turned part of his family farm into a small scale...

Buffalo Creek Farms

Buffalo Creek Farms

Buffalo Creek Beef is owned and operated by the Potter Family, a fifth...

Gryffon’s Aerie

Gryffon’s Aerie

Collins and Ramona Huff were my first introduction to grass-fed...

Creekstone Farm

Creekstone Farm

Creekstone Farms Natural Beef is our choice for grain-fed beef. They work...

Autumn Olive Farms

Autumn Olive Farms

Located outside of Waynesboro, Va, the Trainum's started by using South...

Shenandoah Lamb Co.

Shenandoah Lamb Co.

Rosalea Potter was a 4-H girl long before she met and married Chas Potter...

Sunrise Farm

Sunrise Farm

Sunrise Farm is located in Stuarts Draft, owned and operated by the...

Joyce Farms

Joyce Farms

Joyce Farms is outside of Winston-Salem, NC and specializes in heritage...

Faith Farm

Faith Farm

Located an hour west of Richmond and an hour east of Lynchburg, this...

Reidy’s Pond Farm

Reidy’s Pond Farm

Our family farm in Montpelier, VA. We have South African Boer Goats; Hog...

Interested in becoming a local supplier?

We’ve long operated under the premise of “Better, not Bigger,” and a large part of that rests with our relationships to Central Virginia’s farmers, producers, and artisans. We’re picky about what we buy, but always welcome the opportunity to discover new purveyors.

Here’s how to become a supplier:

  • You’re always welcome to drop off a sell sheet and/or sample with the Manager on Duty. Know that we won’t move forward without tasting your product, and our MoD is likely in the middle of a breakdown or recipe or with a customer and will have limited time to meet with you.
  • Your sell sheet should tell me who you are and what you do – “Red Devon Farm, grass-fed beef, dry aged…” Prices are nice, but that’s a price sheet – not a sell sheet.
  • Your sample should be a solid representation of your finished product. Rather than ground beef, Tanya would like a small loin or chop. Be it meat, cheese, or processed product, she’s looking for color, conformation, size, texture, and above all, taste.
  • If we like what you’re selling, we’ll set up a formal appointment to discuss your full line of products, availability, prices, etc.
  • If you’re just getting started, we’re more than happy to help. You’re welcome to call and schedule an informational interview. While we don’t have a ton of time, we like helping others get started. We’ll critique your product and presentation, and offer suggestions on getting it to market. After all, we all started out somewhere.

15 N. BELMONT AVE

15 North Belmont Avenue
Richmond, VA, 23221

8044228519
[email protected]

HOURS

Mon-Fri: 9:30AM-7:00PM
Sat: 9:30AM-6:00PM
Sun: CLOSED