beets

Beets

Family: Amaranthaceae

Did you know all parts of the beet plant contain oxalic acid?

Four Winds Farm

arugula, asparagus, beans-green, beets, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, other vegetables, cucumbers, eggplant…

County: Androscoggin County

Thirty Acre Farm

We are a small family farm in Whitefield, Maine, started in the fall of 2004 by Jane and Simon Frost. We came into farming with a strong desire to know where our food comes from and to share that goodness with our friends, family and community.

County: Lincoln County

Alewive’s Brook Farm

Alewive’s Brook Farm was purchased by Alvin E. Jordan in 1957. Shortly after purchasing the farm Alvin purchased…

County: Cumberland County

Crystal Spring Community Farm

Crystal Spring Community Farm strives to grow the highest quality organic vegetables and natural lamb for people of Brunswick and the surrounding area. Using sustainable…

County: Cumberland County

Dig Deep Farm

We have a 17-week CSA distribution season, beginning at the end of June and going through mid October. Our…

County: Kennebec County

Nature’s Circle

beets, potatoes, rutabaga, turnips, wheat, clover/grass mix hay, cover crops Processed products: repackaged potatoes

County: Aroostook County

Alma Farm

We raise a full range of vegetables and meats that can be purchased through our CSA program, our farmstand, at the Bridgton, Lovell and Wolfeboro…

County: Oxford County

Laughing Stock Farm

Laughing Stock Farm is a four season, certified organic farm located in Freeport, Maine serving the restaurant, retail, and consumer markets from Portland to Brunswick. Four season farming…

County: Cumberland County

Echo Lodge Gardens

beans-green, beets, broccoli, carrots, chard, corn-sweet/cob, cucumbers, gourds, lettuce, peas, peppers, pumpkins, radishes, rhubarb, squash-summer…

County: Cumberland County

we do our best to ensure that all farms labeled organic are in fact certified organic. it is possible farms listed as organic are not currently certified. To ensure the farms are certified please check MOFGA.

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