As our local shops and markets close, buying local food direct from farmers becomes all the more important. Here is a list of farm, fishers, restaurants and food producers finding innovative ways to get food to you. 

This will be updated regularly. Crescent City Farmers Market is also a resource for sales from their vendors.

Produce and Farm Goods

Crescent City Farmers Market Box from Top Box Foods, Market Umbrella and SPROUT NOLA. Full of local food from various farms and farmers. Limited quantity so order early. This box will double SNAP dollars so SNAP recipients pay only $20 for the $40 box.

Growing Local food box from Recirculating Farms Coalition, SPROUT NOLA and Top Box Foods full of local food and herbs. SNAP accepted.

River Queen Greens Farm Share- customizable farm boxes picked up at locations around the city. One time purchase or membership.

Local Cooling Farms Farm Hub- local farm hub for pre-order at spots around the city or their Metairie gardening shop. 

Poche Family Farm- $20 veggie box pick-up on Tuesdays at Marjies Grill. Email pochefarm@gmail.com or instagram.

Major Acre Farm- pre-order produce bag with pick-ups in mid-city on Mondays and Thursdays. Email majoracrefarm@gmail.com to get on the email chain for ordering information. 

Covey Rise Farms- Farm stands at locations around the region. Check instagram link for times and places.

Nola Food Coop- local food grocer with SNAP acceptance. 

Compostella Farm- Retail Salad Greens (arugula, lettuce mix, mustard blend, baby kale mix), New Orleans Food Coop, Laughing Buddha Nursery and Local Cooling Farm Hubs, compostellafarm@gmail.com for more information

Baby T-Rex Farms- Microgreens, herbs, cut flowers (vegetables beginning in mid-April). Located in lower Mid-City; Pick up or delivery to anyone located within 2 miles. Reach out on Instagram (@babytrexfarms) or at babytrexfarms@gmail.com  

 

Plants and Plant starts

Delta Flora Native Plants- Louisiana native plants, veggie starts and culinary and medicinal herbs. 
2710 Touro St. @ Duels St., Hours: Tuesday 2-6, Sunday 9-1, or by appointment. Curbside pickup and delivery available. 
Contact Lees at 504-224-8682, deltaflora504@gmail.com for availability sheet.

Too Tall Farm & Nursery–Plant starts: veggies, culinary herbs, medicinal herbs, edible flowers. Check out Instagram @too_tall_farm for our open nursery times and a plant list (in bio). DM us, email tootallfarm@gmail.com or text Maggie @ 847-987-4565 to put in an order for pick-up. Will deliver orders of 6 plants or more.

Sugar Roots Farm-eggs and plant starts.

Hot Plants NOLA- edible and practical plant starts. Delivery and pick-up at nursery. 

Yum Yum Farm
Selling: Microgreens (Arugula, Broccoli, Kale, Kholrabi, Peas, Sunflowers, Radish, Beets, Fennel, Cilantro. Also a "Super Fancy Salad" mix). Contact directly to order, Insta: @yumyumNOLA (preferred); cell: 816 337 1073 (call or text)

Seafood

Pete and Clara's Seafood Offering fresh and frozen local fish for delivery or meet up. Call or text 504-669-4379

Four Winds Seafood Shrimp and fish. Call Kay Brandhurst for info on current offerings and how to get it. 504-228-8038

Restaurants

New Orleans restaurants are suffering a hard hit due to COVID-19 closures. We encourage folks to continue to support their favorite local spots by directly purchasing gift cards or merchandise through the establishment.

If you have been directly affected by restaurant and bar closures due to COVID-19 view FPAC's COVID-19 Financial Assistance page to find out if you are eligible for grants or small business loans.

OPEN RESTAURANTS

NOLA FPAC is not affiliated with any of the following organizations or businesses. Though these lists are not concise, we believe every little bit counts so we have decided to include them as a resource.

NOLA.com Open Restaurants

NO Menu "The List"

Open for Business Louisiana

NewOrleans.com Open Restaurants

RESTAURANT EFFORTS

View the New Orleans Chefs Call to Action here.

Prepared foods

No Hunger Nola- pickles, preserves, and ferments from would-be food waste help fight hunger in New Orleans. Delivery and pick-up

 

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