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Fresh Food Boxes in Panola, IL

Locally Grown, Fresh Food Delivered to Your Doorstep

Our fresh produce boxes will be available starting sometime in May and concluding in August. Since we are reliant on the weather, the quantity and selection may vary by week and month, but the lists below will provide a general guideline of what your food boxes will include.

Our Product Selection

Delivered Weekly – $150 for the season

  • May Boxes: Lettuce, spinach, kale, radishes, and peas.
  • June Boxes: Lettuce, spinach, kale, radishes, cabbage, broccoli, beets, onions, and peas.

Spring boxes are priced according to these weights:

Beets – 8 pounds
Broccoli – 6 pounds
Cabbage – 15 pounds
Carrots – 5 pounds
Kale – 3 pounds
Lettuce – 5 pounds
Onions – 1 pound
Peas – 8 pounds
Radishes – 2 pounds
Spinach – 6 pounds

Delivered Weekly – $250 for the season

  • July Boxes: Cabbage, broccoli, carrots, beets, tomatoes, green beans, peppers, cucumbers, onions, sweet corn, and summer squash varieties.
  • August Boxes: Tomatoes, green beans, peppers, cucumbers, onions, summer squash, cantaloupe, watermelon, honeydew melon, sweet corn, and potatoes.
  • Summer boxes are priced according to these weights:

    Beets – 4 pounds
    Broccoli – 1 pounds
    Cabbage – 5 pounds
    Cantaloupe – 8 pounds
    Carrots – 8 pounds
    Cucumbers – 8 pounds
    Green Beans – 15 pounds
    Honeydew Melon – 5 pounds
    Kale – 3 pounds
    Lettuce – 1 pound
    Onions – 2 pounds
    Peppers – 3 pounds
    Potatoes – 15 pounds
    Spinach – 2 pounds
    Summer Squash – 15 pounds
    Tomatoes – 25 pounds
    Watermelon – 75 pounds
    Sweet Corn – 10 dozen ears

    Limited Availability

    • Fresh Meat. We are pleased to offer fresh pork and beef to our customers. Please plan to order several months ahead for pork and beef options. It takes about 4 months to raise a pig and 10 months for a cow. We have 2 cows that would be available by this fall and we have room in our pasture for more.
    • Honey. We started with one hive last year and expect to have enough honey to sell this September. We will not use insecticides on any produce since we have honeybees working in our garden and on our fruit trees. One in every three bites of food you take was pollinated by bees. Pollination by bees increases fruit and pod set which may increase yield and uniformity of produce.

    309-287-4846
    711 50th Street, Panola, IL 61738
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