We have changed our packaging for pre-bagged greens! The new bag, is available for 4oz and 8oz bags of salad mix, lettuce mix, leaf lettuce, and other greens. It is a clear cellophane, made from sustainably harvested wood pulp. The entire production of the bag itself is carbon neutral, and we seal it without a tie! It is home compostable, so no need to find an industrial composting facility.
Unlike our home compostable produce bags (made from corn), these bags are clear, rather than green. So you get a great view of the greens inside. They should also provide a great environment to extend the storage life of your greens (though we already get chefs raving that our greens are better after three weeks in their cooler than the big distributors’ as they come off the truck).
We’re proud to be able to maintain our commitment to no single use plastic, despite the restrictions on loose sales of greens due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Check them out in our online store for delivery or pickup, or visit us Saturday for the first Mishawaka Farmers’ Market of the season!
A week ahead of schedule, the 2020 lettuce harvest has begun! Check out our online store today to order for delivery or pickup at the Culver Farmers’ Market saturday! We’re easing in to the season with two of Chad’s favorite heirloom lettuce varieties, Bronze Arrowhead and Flashy Green Butteroak.
Your mom called. She says she wants hand made fine chocolates for mother’s day this year! Thankfully, you can order some this week for pickup at the Culver Farmers’ Market this Saturday – just in time to grant Mom’s wish!
Hole in the Woods Farm
Due to popular demand, Chad has released six new flavors of his famous, hand-made bagels! The new flavors, available beginning this week, are:
- Asiago Cheese
- Sesame Seed
Check the out on our store, and order some today for pickup or delivery this Saturday!
During the gap between the summer and winter Culver Farmers’ Market, we are trialing home delivery! This is a service several customers have asked us for over the years, and with the added challenges of social distancing and self quarantine, now is a good time to get fresh food to people in new ways.
Keep your eyes peeled for rapid changes to our website! We’re rebuilding it to be more dynamic and responsive, as our farm continues to do the same.