How It Works

GrowFood Carolina works to connect growers, consumers, and the community.

We visit every participating farm, facilitate regular communication, and educate growers on important issues related to crop planning, regulatory compliance, post-harvest handling, packing, and traceability. The downtown Charleston warehouse is perfectly situated for fresh produce aggregation from nearby farms.  Our highly skilled staff then markets, sells, and distributes this local product to grocery stores, restaurants, and other wholesale customers. Our nonprofit mission-driven structure allows us to return a large percentage of the sale price to the farmer. In addition, our goal is to include transparency, traceability, and the farmer’s personal story with all of our produce. Our brand adds value and visibility to local products, making it easier for buyers to support local and ultimately allowing growers more time and money to do what they do best—grow food.

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Growfood Carolina is leveraging resources to make immediate and meaningful change in communities, markets and homes to support a more sustainable, secure, healthy, local and fresh food economy. Look how we're growing!

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Who is Growing It

AWE (Al Williams Enterprises) - Latta

Bates Farm - Williston

Behr Farm - Harleyville

Belle Raven Farm - Mt. Pleasant

Black Pearl Farm - Bamberg

Brickyard Point Farms - Lady's Island

Bugtussle Farm - Awendaw

C-Breeze Farm - Nesmith

Cannon Farm - Moncks Corner

CARE Farm - Orangeburg

Carolina Kiwi - Vance

Cypress Hill Farm - Ridgeville

Daniel Farms - Lake City

Dogwood Farm - James Island

Fairlawn Farm - Moncks Corner

Farm 418 - Mt. Pleasant

Fiddle Farm - Johns Island

Groves Manor - Mt. Pleasant

High House Farm - Charleston, SC

Jolly Farm - James Island

Josh's Peanuts - Cameron

Ladson Farm - St. Helena Island

Lavington Farms - Green Pond

Maple Ridge Farm - Canadys

Mary Sunshine Farm - Mt. Pleasant

MD Farm - Hopkins

Nellie's Farm - Johns Island

Rheaberry Farms - James Island

Sawmill Pond Vineyard - Andrews

Shuler Farm - Holly Hill

Solar Farms - Columbia

Sumter Co-Op Farms - Sumter

Wren's Nest Farm - St. Helena Island

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