The Farm'd Difference

Farm'd bridges this disconnect and requires no compromise. We make working with local producers and growers easier, and more equitable for everyone. Our uniqueness is our secret to success…

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Hannah Damico
The State of the Small Farmer

The small farmer is the foundation of America, but rural communities and farmers are struggling. With fewer jobs available and lower wages for these positions, today’s small farmer faces worse conditions than they did a generation ago…

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Julia Kahn
Meet Your Local Chef - Nick Leahy of AIX and Tin Tin

Executive Chef Nick Leahy wants to bring the flavors of his beloved French countryside to Atlanta’s Westside. His twist on classic Provençal dishes celebrates the rustic style of southern France and keeps its charm. Read more…

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Your Food Is Going Bad

When ingredients go through industrial processing, distribution, storage, packaging, wholesalers, and food reps, the food is degrading before even arriving to your kitchen. It is being wasted. But it’s completely up to you how much of it is wasted.

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Julia Kahn
Meet Your Local Chef - Andy Underwood and Blake Hartley of South Main Kitchen

The communal feel of South Main’s warm dining room is engaging and joyous when it’s full. It’s an environment that really emphasizes the food. Along the long walls are mirrors, which reflect guests’ warm experiences. Nearby stands a shelf holding dozens and dozens of jars. Within the jars, Chefs Andy and Blake are preserving history.

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Why You Should Only Source Your Eggs From Local Farmers

“When you cook a fresh egg it is is so different from cooking a store-bought egg,” agriculturalist John Gasstrom says. Commercial eggs make up a certain amount of America’s landscape, but the need for farm fresh eggs is only rising as their exceptional advantages are revealed.

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Meet Your Local Farmer - Zach Richards and Ilana Margulis at Levity Farms

Are you looking for something special to stock your kitchens and fill your guests plates with? Look no further. Levity Farms is a family-owned operation, and farmers Zach Richards and Ilana Margulis are producing exclusive varieties of small-batch crops grown specifically with chefs in mind.

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Farm'd Farmer's Guide - Tetragonia

Learn more about the products you source from local and family-owned farms, from the farmers that grow them. Have you gotten your hands on the tetragonia growing at Levity Farms? The perennial plant, also known as New Zealand spinach, is not only widely used among knowledgeable chefs, but it's also a favorite of the local producers that grow it.

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In Support of Local and Organic at Atlanta's Food Festivals

Georgia's finest farmers, chefs, mixologists and countless others in Georgia's local food systems came together in Atlanta's Westside Provisions District to celebrate the festivals tenth annual run and to add to the more than $250k donated to Georgia Organics over those ten years.

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