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Georgia Farmers

Did you know that food travels an average of 1500 miles from farm to table? Emory Dining recognizes the importance of reducing our "carbon footprint" by sourcing foods from nearby producers whenever possible.

                    

These farms produce foods used in our dining locations when in season:

Bullard Farms, Adel, GA

Peppers, cucumbers, squash, and eggplant

Coggins Farms, Lake Park, GA

Carrots, pepper, squash, and cucumbers

Naturipe Ripe Berry Co-op, Alma, GA

Blueberries

Southern Vegetable, Vidalia, GA

Onions

McLain Farms, Lyons, GA

Onions and organic onions

Howard Lawson Farms, Morven, GA

Peaches

Lane Southern Farms, Fort Valley, GA

Peaches and pecans

Gibbs Patrick Farms, Omega, GA

Greens, squash, and cucumbers

Lowery Farms, Rome, GA

Squash, cucumbers, corn, strawberries, and watermelon

Mercier Orchards, Blueridge, GA

Apples and cider

Sweetwater Growers, Canton, GA

Micro greens, basil, and infused oils

BJ's Greenhouse, Athens, GA.

Hydro Bibb lettuce, basil, and arugula

Vidalia Organics, Glennville, GA.

Beans, peas, squash, cucumbers, and onions

Gerald’s Onions, Statesboro, GA

Vidalia Onions

Antioch Farms, Claxton, GA

Vidalia onions, pears, and pecans

Vonnie’s Greens, Decatur, GA

Wheatgrass

Tim and Barbara Moore, Manor, GA

Brent Bloser, Cook County, GA

Walker Farms, Sylvania, GA      

Vidalia onions, corn, melons, peas, peanuts, and beans

Miles Berry Farm, Baxley, GA

Strawberries, blueberries, summer squash, corn, peas, watermelons, peanuts, and butternut squash

Crystal Organic Farms, Newborn, GA

Peppers and eggplant

Clark & Sons Organic Farm, Metter, GA

Tomatoes, napa cabbage, and lettuce

Planet Positive, Mauk, GA

Cucumbers, eggplant, and tomatoes

Whitepath Enterprises, Ellijay, GA  

Lettuce, peppers, tomatoes, herbs, and cucumbers                                                                 

Peace River Organics, Cairo, GA

Tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, and grape tomatoes

 

Look for these products (used periodically) in retail dining areas such as Cox Hall Emory Market or the Fresh Food Market.

Sparkman Dairy, Moultrie, GA

Cream for ice cream, butter, buttermilk, and milk

Springer Mountain Farms, Mt. Airy, GA

American Humane Association Certified Chicken

White Oak Pastures, Bluffton, GA

Hormone and Antibiotic free, Certified Humane Raised and Handled, and Grass-fed beef

Sweet Grass Dairy Cheese, Thomasville, GA

Artisan cheese

Allen Miles (Miles Berry Farm) and his son examining blueberries