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46 BLACK OWNED FARMS AND GROCERY STORES TO SUPPORT

Black Owned farms and grocery stores are closing around this country at an alarming rate. We have to make a better effort to support the remaining few and build new ones. Please check this list for Black Owned farms and grocery stores in your area and start supporting, if you aren’t already. Any Black Owned farms or grocery stores not on the list? Share their info in the comments below and we’ll update the list and let the people know!  Share this list with your friends and family! Lets not let anymore of these places go out of business. 

SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL BLACK FARMERS & GROCERS!

Arizona

Tiger Mountain Foundation

Location: Phoenix, AZ

Websitewww.tigermountainfoundation.org

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We don’t just plant fruits and veggies, we cultivate better communities. Our mission is simple: To empower communities to better themselves from within.

In South Phoenix, and other challenged communities where we work, there are high rates of incarceration, poor health choices and a low ranking education system.

So how do we combat these challenges? Asset Based Community Development (ABCD).

That just means we don’t give a hand out, we give the community a hand up.

California

Grocery Outlet Bargain Market

Location2175 W Rosecrans Ave, Compton, CA 90222

Websitegroceryoutlet.com

Discount chain carrying brand-name groceries, plus items like gifts & toys (many sell beer & wine).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MpJKizK6GJw

Farms to Grow, Inc.

Location: Oakland, CA

Websitewww.farmstogrow.com

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FARMS TO GROW, INC is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization dedicated to working with Black farmers and underserved sustainable farmers around the country. Farms To Grow, Inc. is committed to sustainable farming and innovative agriculture practices which preserve the cultural and biological diversity, the agroecological balance of the local environment.

Farms To Grow, Inc. aims to increase the capacity of underserved farmers to keep their farm operations and establish farming as a viable career for future generations. Underserved farmers may include Native American, Hispanic, other minority groups, women, the physically challenged and limited access organic farmers. (more info)

People’s Grocery

Location: Oakland, CA

Websitewww.peoplesgrocery.org

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People’s Grocery is a community-based organization in West Oakland that develops creative solutions to the health problems in our community that stem from a lack of access to and knowledge about healthy, fresh foods.

City Slicker Farms

Location: Oakland, CA

Websitewww.cityslickerfarms.org

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The mission of City Slicker Farms is to empower West Oakland community members to meet the immediate and basic need for healthy fresh food, free of chemicals, for themselves and their families by creating high-yield urban farms and backyard gardens.

Rkelleyfarms

Location: Sacramento, CA

Websitewww.rkelleyfarms.com

For over 45 years, Ron Kelley has had a finger in farming. He’s has worked as an agricultural production consultant, which is just a fancy term for plant doctor for farmers.  What started out as a hobby a few years ago has now turned into a 25-acre U-pick farm called R. Kelley Farms.
“We grow black-eyed peas, purple hull peas, crowder peas, spreckled butterbeans and also green beans and another variety called cranberry peas, and much more” Ron said.

READ  46 BLACK FARMS AND GROCERY STORES TO SUPPORT (Part 2)




Scott Family Farms

Location: Fresno, CA

Websitewww.scottfamilyfarms.net

Scott Family Farms is a family run organic produce distributor. Based in Fresno California, Scott Family Farms is a 2nd and 3rd generation family run farm. The farm is operated by Will Scott Jr. and his family, and like many of the Scotts who came before him, Will got his start working in the fields from an early age. Will Scott Jr. is a California transplant, whose family moved to California from Oklahoma in 1952, when Scott was a teenager. (more info)

Rancho de Rodney

Location: Fresno, CA

Websitewww.localharvest.org/rancho-de-rodney-M65467

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Rancho de Rodney is a disabled veteran business enterprise, growing herbs, vegetables, and fruits year round, certified organic by CCOF since 7/2014.

Rancho de Rodney is run by Rodney Wells and his wife Sherril. Rodney spent 30 years on active duty with the US Navy, 15 of those on submarines, retiring as Command Master Chief/Chief of the Boat. A Kansas native who grew up in Compton, California, Rodney graduated magna cum laude with an A.S. in mechanized agriculture from Reedley College. Sherril is also a Kansas native, and an adventurous cook. (more info)

Simply Wholesome

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Websitewww.simplywholesome.com

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Simply Wholesome is dedicated to providing the proper resources to living a healthy lifestyle. We believe in promoting and celebrating our cultural diversity, combined with exceptional customer service in a warm and comfortable setting.

Our motto focuses on “keeping you looking good and feeling good.” Simply Wholesome commits to serving you best. We believe that our business is the

(more info)

Afrikatown Community Garden

Location: Oakland, CA

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An urban haven in West Oakland, Afrika Town at Qilombo empowers community members via food sustainability, justice, self-defense training and self-care.

Phat Beets Produce

Location: Oakland, CA

Websitewww.phatbeetsproduce.org

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Phat Beets Produce is a food justice collective. The collective was started in North Oakland in 2007 as a guerrilla produce stand in a North Oakland park. We now support two certified, clinic-based farmer’s markets, one youth-led school farm stand and community nutrition hub, and a youth market garden in partnership with a local hospital obesity prevention program. As a collective, we strive to support social businesses, small-scale farmers, and farmers of color.

Sola Food Co-op

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Websitewww.solafoodcoop.com

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The SoLA Food Co-op is in the beginning phases of forming itself into a viable cooperatively organized business. It’s goal is to create a source for natural, organic, non-GMO food in South Los Angeles.

As a co-op, we are much more than just another natural foods store—we’re actually owned by our local community. Unlike the national chain stores, we exist to serve you, our owners—not a distant corporate board.

Any Black Owned farms or grocery stores not on the list? Share their info in the comments below and we’ll update the list and let the people know! Share this list with your friends and family! Lets not let anymore of these places go out of business.

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28 comments

Mochelle moore July 15, 2016 at 12:57 am

I live in Mississippi an I applied for a small business minority loan to open a bakery in my home town. The loan was only for 10,000.00 an they want me to put up my house. I thought by going through this minority loan would give me a low interest rate for my start up business. I have a very good credit score an bake the best cakes and cookies around.




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Camille July 19, 2016 at 12:52 pm

HI Mochelle,

Please contact me at Camille@thesustainablecollective.co We are a start up regional food hub in the South East and I might be able to point you in the right direction!




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Quiana September 7, 2016 at 2:22 pm

This shows real exeeptisr. Thanks for the answer.




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It’s good to get a fresh way of looking at it.




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Jessi Powell July 18, 2016 at 2:28 am

Any in Florida




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Camille July 19, 2016 at 12:55 pm

HI Jessi,

Yes there are, feel free to contact me at camille@thesustainablecollective.co




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Georgia July 19, 2016 at 8:02 pm

Hace these farmers found a way to deliver they merchandise fresh? I would like to order. Im in DC




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Allison July 19, 2016 at 9:21 pm

This a farm upstate N.Y. check it out
http://www.soulfirefarm.com




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BMS Admin July 20, 2016 at 10:36 am

Thanks for the info. We added this farm to the list




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Brinna Jones August 3, 2016 at 7:14 pm

Looking for a black owned grocery in L.A near Compton. Besides Simply Wholesome are there any others?




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Olympia May 11, 2017 at 4:10 pm

Hey check out http://www.suprmarkt.la, we deliver to Compton.




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Nikki Scott May 27, 2017 at 4:25 pm

Grocery Outlet Bargin Market is now Black Owned
2157 Rosecrans Ave Compton, Ca. 90222




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Kellie Fenili May 29, 2017 at 12:02 pm

It’s almost a year later but a huge store is now open in Compton that has a larger selection than BJ’s and it is a black owned store I believe it’s called grocery outlet check her out.




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Loretta & Sam Adderson August 4, 2016 at 8:41 pm

Thank for organizing this group and sharing the information about Black owned Farms and businesses. We are a Georgia Certified Organic Black Owned Farm.
3rd generation farmers. Interested in networking with other organic farmers. We need to save and share non GMO seeds.
Georgia Grown!




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Rustic acres August 23, 2016 at 6:41 am

Where r u located. I have a bit of land in southeast and am trying to get started




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Gail McGee ( Please Contact Bro. Hakima) September 4, 2016 at 9:57 am

Please share your contact info;
Email, website. Networking is the key!
Thanks for your stand on “Non GMO” seed.




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Sam August 12, 2016 at 11:19 pm

Brooklyn? Or the New York area besides upstate please.




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Mark August 20, 2016 at 9:45 am

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Keonta Moore September 23, 2016 at 12:47 pm

Any black owned farms and or grocery retailers in North Carolina?




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Uredise December 7, 2016 at 3:43 pm

Is there any in Savannah Georgia ?




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5 Businesses Black People Need to Start Immediately | The Black Inheritance December 22, 2016 at 5:11 pm

[…] is beginning to happen, to a certain extent, but we need more. Much, much more. Here is a list of all of the black-owned farmer’s markets and grocery stores that exist in the U.S. at the moment. Supporting them would be a good place to start, but I dream […]




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Olympia Auset May 11, 2017 at 4:12 pm

Can you please add SÜPRMARKT to Los Angeles?

SÜPRMARKT is a 100% Organic grocery which pops up in areas with limited food access, makes it easy and affordable to eat organically, and accepts EBT. They carry fruits, vegetables, nuts, and coconut oil as well.




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Franklin Head July 30, 2017 at 12:52 pm

Do you know of any black owned farms or markets in Texas?




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Angel Barnes January 11, 2018 at 3:39 pm

I don’t see anything for Colorado.




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Klassak March 24, 2018 at 12:38 pm

Im a consumer looking to buy bulk
Vegetables – meats.
Is there anyone here in iowa.




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