A Visit to the Farm

A field of lettuces at Earthbound Farm

When you’re in the Carmel area, make a pit stop at Earthbound Farm on Carmel Valley Road. You know the name because it was the pioneer in pre-washed salad greens (think “spring mix”).

Spears of purple asparagus

You’ll find a charming farmstand store on the company’s 30-acre research and development farm. It’s the perfect spot to take a breather and grab a bite to eat. Enjoy all organic-fare, including carrot cake, smoothies, tahini chicken with soba noodles, a salad bar, and grilled veggie lasagna with pesto, as well as fresh produce to take home.

Earthbound Farm started 24 years ago. It is now the largest organic farm in the world. It comprises 40,000 acres with primary operations in California, Arizona and Mexico.

Register in advance to enjoy farm walks and workshops by calling (831) 625-6219 or emailing farmstand@ebfarm.com

 Artichoke, anyone?

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Date: Wednesday, 25. June 2008 5:05
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