Florida Fields to Forks Offers Home Delivery

Florida Fields to Forks, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Farm, is now doing home deliveries on the beachside between Ocean Avenue in Melbourne Beach and The Minuteman Causeway in Cocoa Beach for a small fee.

“We offer 100% grass-fed/grass-finished dry aged Angus beef, pasture raised chickens and eggs, pastured Berkshire pigs, and 100% forage fed Katahdin lamb,” says owner Brock Hall. “Our local seasonal produce is grown to organic standards, and no pesticides are used in our pastures. Our animals are not fed hormones, antibiotics or growth supplements.”

Numerous drop-off locations are also available throughout town for a small fee: Nomad Cafe in Downtown Melbourne, Catalyst Surf Shop in Melbourne Beach, Red Bird Vitamin Shop and Art Science Incubator in Satellite Beach, Berkshire Hathaway Real Estate in Indian Harbor Beach, Crab E Bills in Sebastian, and Grove Street Towers in Merritt Island. All deliveries are dropped on Thursday afternoons. Farm hours are Thursdays from 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., giving the public a chance to check out the products. Simply become a member to continue purchasing from the CSA/Farm.

Florida Fields to Forks is a CSA, member-only farm, with a one-time $35 fee and no ordering requirements. For delivery/drop-off service, text or call Brock Hall at 321-229-5288. For more information or a list of drop-off locations, visit FloridaFieldstoForks.com. 1200 Corey Road, Malabar or call 321-431-7259.

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