Winter Market at Farm to You.

PS.  You do not need to be a subscriber to shop at Farm To You!  Subscribers are customers who subscribe to the on-line shopping service but all are welcome to shop here, just like any other grocer.


What do subscribers say?

"Farm To You has been an easy way for me to feed my family locally grown food all year long. I love the convenience of ordering on-line. I can plan meals around food that is available, and it's quick and easy to pick up my order every week. I spend much less time in the grocery store looking for good food!" Anne

In addition to being a local food grocer, Farm To You also offers the convenience of on-line grocery shopping, for customers who choose to subscribe to that service.

Customers wishing to shop on-line subscribe to all, or part, of a six-month "season" of weekly ordering.  The Winter Market Season is now in its sixth year!  Unlike a CSA, subscribers order just what they want, in the quantity they need; there are no minimum order requirements.

Subscribers order from an extensive menu of locally grown, raised and made food products, including:  pantry goods (granola, Wade's Mill flours, corn products and mixes, Virginia wine, malt and apple cider vinegars, honey, jams, applesauce, syrups, pasta); frozen products (pasta sauces, pesto, No-Bull Veggie burgers (served at Pure Eats), soups; refrigerated items (butter, cheese, grass-based milk, yogurt, half & half, cream, eggs, krauts, kimchi, kraut juices); and meats (grass-fed beef, heritage pork, chicken); and, finally, all manner of produce

To subscribe on-line, simply complete the following form.

Subscribers may order every week from the on-line menu.  (For a peek at the current menu, go to the Place Your Order page and enter the password "winter.") Subscribers then pick up their order, packed in their "Farm To You" cotton tote bag, at Farm To You in Lexington

Please join me in eating locally and supporting our farmers and local economy!


Farm To You Myth Busting!  You need to be a "member" to shop at Farm To You.  Not so!  All are welcome to shop at Farm To You.  Farm To You is the region's only all local food grocer.  

I also invite everyone to pre-order yogurt and other dairy products, as well as other special order items that I let customers know about from time to time.  Pre-ordering really helps me (and you) plan.  It gives you the assurance that I will have what you want, when you want it, and it also allows me to keep enough in stock for other shoppers.  It also greatly reduces my spoilage costs.

Farm To You also offers the convenience of on-line shopping for customers who subscribe to that service!  At Farm To You, it’s all local, all the time!  We’ve got fresh produce; eggs & dairy products; meats; pantry goods, including syrup, jams, peanuts & Virginia wine vinegars; fresh pasta; raw fermented krauts and kraut juice; and a whole host of other products.  Come discover your local food grocer! 

DAIRY ORDERS. Dairy arrives at the shop on Tuesday, April 21.  Next Yogurt and dairy orders are due by midnight on Tuesday, April 28, for delivery on Tuesday, May 5.  Anyone may place a dairy order To order, please email Tara at

Shop Hours

Tuesday - Friday, 2:00 to 5:00

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What's available now? 

There is an abundance of greens in the shop now, and all Winter long.  Planet Earth baby greens -- arugula, kale, mustard, spinach, sorrel, tatsoi, watercress -- are available year round!  We've also got lettuce mix, cooking greens, and herbs this time of year, from right here in Rockbridge County, thanks to our local greenhouse and hoop house growers.  In addition to produce, we've got a freezer full of local meats (grass fed and finished beef; pork; lamb), cheeses, dairy, butter, eggs, krauts, pasta, vinegar, honey, granola, marinara sauce, pesto, and more.    So, if you're still supporting industrial agriculture, try shifting some of your food dollars toward supporting our community and our farmers by buying locally sourced foods.  


Conveniently located. 

  Farm To You is in town on Waddell Street across from Kenney's. Get Directions


Why Local?

A community-based food supply benefits us all by re-connecting us with the source of our food, supplying us with fresh, nutritious food that has not traveled for thousands of miles, and bringing money into our economy. Did you know that if each household in Rockbridge County spent just $10 a week on locally produced food, it would translate into $5.5 million of revenue for our county?  For more resources, please visit Rockbridge Grown.

Looking for organic?

Farm To You strives to work with growers who do not use synthetic chemicals on their crops, and with producers who do not administer hormones or antibiotics to their animals.  Unless otherwise indicated in the product notes, the products meet these criteria.