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Spring City Greens

Our microgreens are organically grown in soil for maximum nutrition in a controlled indoor environment year-round. Microgreens are packed with micronutrients, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants and will add beautiful color, great flavor, and tastes to salads, sandwiches, soups or you can serve up and enjoy one of our super salad mixes.

One of our favorites is our longevity mix that may include Sunflower Shoots, Sweet Pea, Rambo Radish and our Spicy Mix of Arugula, Broccoli, Kale, Kohlrabi, Cabbage and Mustard microgreens. We also have our Original Mix, Sweet & Spicy Mix, Rainbow Mix, the Cleanse, the Healer and our Smoothie Boost Pak.

We also grow wheatgrass for juicing, seasonal produce and leafy greens that may include: Heirloom Tomatoes, Salad Mix, Baby Kale, Spinach, Cucumbers, and heat-loving peppers and berries in our high-tunnel. Find us at the local market or participate in our home delivery program: “Making Porches Great Again.”

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Can Be Found Here

    • Payson Market, 586 N Main, Payson
    • Macey’s, 110 E 400 N, Santaquin
    • Manti Market, 38 E Union,  Manti
    • Terrel’s Market, 1050 South State Street, Mt. Pleasant
    • Manti Farmers Market, 191 North Main, Manti
    • Home Delivery to the following zip codes:
      84632, 84629, 84646, 84647, 84667, 84623, 84662, 84627, 84642

Reviews:

I love these locally grown micro greens❤️ My absolute favorite are the sunflower and the radish 😋 and also FREE delivery!! Definitely recommend them!!” – Angie Pickett, Google Review

Utah Infinity Gardens

Our produce is grown with sustainable, natural practices in the field and in greenhouses. We offer a wide variety of seasonal vegetable crops: Heirloom tomatoes, Asian Greens, Tokyo Turnips, Fava Beans, Seasonal Salad Mixes, Eggplants, Cucumbers, Summer and Winter Squash and German Butterball Potatoes.

We also grow a year-round supply of leafy greens and delicious microgreens. Microgreens offer a fun, exciting way to add a nutritional punch to every meal. Microgreens fall somewhere between sprouts and baby greens on the growth scale. They are best known for their strong flavors, beautiful colors, and high concentrations of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.

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Can Be Found Here:

  • West Jordan Farm: 5210 W 7800 S, West Jordan
  • Daybreak Farmer’s Market
  • Tagge’s Fruit Stand – Perry, Utah

Farm Yard Fresh

Farm Yard Fresh is a multi-generation, family-owned urban farm in Santaquin. We specialize in growing field greens, microgreens, and root veggies all on 1/2 acre in town. While that may seem small, you’ll find us in over 10 restaurants, at 2 farmers markets, and in our very own farm store. We love being part of a food scene that increases the health, happiness, and interconnectedness of our community.

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Can be Found Here:

  • Downtown Farmers Market – Salt Lake City
  • Spanish Fork Farmers Market

Reviews:

“Farm Yard Fresh has produce that has become a staple in our home. We enjoy their carrots, beets, lettuce and especially their micro greens. It is high quality, delicious food that is good for you. We love visiting their stand and they are amazing to work with. They are always our first choice for produce.” – Traci Alexander, Google Review

“Excellent produce, and fast, friendly service. Love their baby carrots!” – Denise Scott Carman, Facebook Review

“Love their Greens and Carrots! The produce is awesome and so fresh. Best bang for my buck! 100% would recommend, you won’t be disappointed.” – Jessica Sorensen, Google Review

Frog Bench Farms

Frog Bench Farms (FBF) is an organic urban farm nestled into the Wasatch foothills of Salt Lake City growing a little under two acres of high quality veggies, herbs, fruits, cut flowers, nuts, micro/petite greens and edible flowers since 2012. Our business model thrives on building local chef relations, who prepare our produce in beautiful ways for their eateries.

Whenever possible all plants are started from seed. We utilize cold frames, low/high hoop houses and our 2800 square foot greenhouse to grow year round. Our small organization sells to local restaurants and food trucks in a 15 mile radius.

Our operation relies heavily on solar power, a water collection system, composting, crop rotation, beneficial insects, and cover crops. These are better for the environment and create a better tasting product when it hits your plate!

Sometimes it’s not the quantity produced, but rather the quality of the product. Here at Frog Bench Farms we focus on bringing the most delicious ingredients to our local chefs.

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Can Be Found Here:

Salt Lake City Restaurants

Reviews:

Amazing facially, amazing veggies, amazing owners. Perfect fit for sugarhouse. local pride – John Williams, Facebook Review

These guys make being environmentally responsible look easy. – Chris Miner, Facebook Review

New Roots Farm

Many refugees and other New Americans come to the U.S. with backgrounds in agriculture. New Roots, a farmer training and food access initiative of the International Rescue Committee in Salt Lake City, provides these communities with a way to reconnect with land, grow culturally appropriate vegetables, and leverage their farming skills to earn supplemental income.

New Roots farmers earn income through produce sales to local schools, restaurants and Whole Foods Markets in Utah. They also operate three workplace CSA’s, delivering vegetable shares to employees of partnering businesses. New Roots founded and continues to operate and sell at the Sunnyvale Farmers Market and new for 2019, New Roots Farmers Market at Central Park.     

New Roots farmers grow a number of crops familiar to the American palate, including Beets, Carrots, Heirloom Slicing Tomatoes, Cherry Tomatoes, Spinach, Kale, Spring Mix, a variety of  Peppers, and Eggplant. Additionally, they grow speciality ethnic crops like African Eggplant, Aleppo Peppers, Amaranth Greens, Molokhia (Egyptian Spinach), Thai Chili Peppers, Tatume Squash, and long beans, among others.

All proceeds from sales go to the program’s 35+ farmers who originate from Sudan, Burma, Bhutan, Chad, Somalia, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo. The farmers collectively manage 15 acres of leased land spread throughout Salt Lake County.

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Houweling’s Tomatoes

Houweling’s Tomatoes is a family-owned greenhouse tomato farm producing year-round locally grown tomatoes. Our tomatoes and cucumbers are grown from third-party verified 100 percent non-GMO seeds.

As a grower, we sense plants’ needs by walking the greenhouse every day, watching and observing, getting in touch with the crop. Craftsman’s care can be found in everything we do, from seeding through propagation, growing, nurturing, picking, packing, shipping, servicing customers and bringing the best-tasting tomatoes to the table. You don’t have to take our word for it; our tasty tomatoes do the talking.

In our quest for perfection, we have become world-renowned as a pioneer of technologies that improve sustainability, food safety, yields, and consistency. Newly-erected Ultra-Clima® Greenhouses help to optimize conditions that allow our crops to flourish—the right temperatures, humidity, light, carbon dioxide levels. Herbicides are never used in the greenhouse and pesticide-use is a last resort.

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Can be found here:

  • FRESH MARKET
  • HARMONS
  • MACEY’S
  • REAMS
  • COSTCO
  • SAM’S CLUB
  • SMITH’S

Reviews

These tomatoes ????  are so delicious I feel like I’m eating candy. These are the best I’ve ever had, and I grew up in the San Joaquin Valley where we ate a lot of fresh from the field ones. Don’t change anything!

Debra Critchfield,

Facebook Review

If you get a chance to tour the facility it is worth it, truly commercial art.

Cheryl Strieby,

Facebook Review

Absolutely the most delicious tomatoes I’ve ever eaten in my life! I’m not ashamed to admit I almost ate an entire package by myself. Also, was very excited to see both a date and location of the tomatoes’ harvest and packaging (Mona, UT, 24 April 2015). Glad to know where my food comes from!

Brooke Lee,

Facebook Review