Farm Fresh To You, is a second-generation organic farm that got its start in the Coastal Range's Capay Valley, 90 miles northeast of San Francisco and 35 miles west of Sacramento. The farm was founded by our parents, Kathleen Barsotti and Martin Barnes, in 1976 – marking the early stages of the organic foods movement. Understanding the sometimes harmful methods of modern agriculture, they realized that there was a niche for quality organic produce grown the way that nature intended it to be – organically. We deliver organically grown fruits and vegetables to doorsteps and offices in both Northern and Southern, CA.

 

We Deliver Organic Produce Fresh From Our Farm To Your Door

Farming organically since 1976, we grow more than 130 varieties on our farm in northern and southern California for delivery to your home or office. In order to ensure you have an abundant variety of local and seasonal produce in your Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) box, we create several service options and partner with other trusted organic farms to bring the season’s best fruits and veggies conveniently to you.

You Choose The Best Box For You

As a member, you are able to choose the Box Type, Size and Delivery Frequency that best fits your lifestyle. Your delivery day depends on your zip code and the Delivery Frequency can be weekly, every other week or every 3 or 4 weeks. There’s no commitment and you can change your service as your needs change.

 

Customize & Manage Your Service Online

There are many things you can do to customize your service and manage your account on our website. View and make changes to the items arriving in your Farm Fresh To You delivery. In the Farm Stand Market, customize your upcoming delivery by adding and removing individual produce items from your box. You also have the opportunity to add additional farm products like eggs, nuts or dried fruits. For items you prefer to never receive, you can mark them off on your Exclusion List at any time. Manage your account and delivery information, view and make payments and set a vacation hold if you’ll be out of town. You can also find weekly news from your farm, recipes, storage tips, seasonal videos, details on upcoming farm events and more.