purveyors

  • Meat & Seafood

    4505 Meats

    San Francisco CA
    "Follow your stomach," 4505 Meats founder Ryan Farr likes to say. His stomach has led him through the ranks of Michelin-starred fine dining to the non-profit avenues of teaching job skills to folks down on their luck... eventually laying down the foundations for a modern San Francisco butchery success story one fried pork skin at a time. From legendary chicharrones to a whole animal butchery brick & mortar location in the Mission District and eventually onto our menus and butcher case, all it took was one juicy snap biting into Ryan's now famous bacon hot dog to know our stomachs had led us somewhere special.

    5 Dot Ranch

    Standish CA
    5 Dot Ranch's roots run deep in California, dating back to 1852 when Andrew & Sussanah Swickard first homesteaded in the Santa Clara valley. After generations of ranching, 5 Dot Land & Cattle Company was first established in 1959 and produces some of the tastiest and well-raised beef we've had the pleasure of tasting and offering up on our menus. With a natural holistic approach and rotational grazing through nine different counties, their herd of (primarily) Angus cattle feed on a variety of forage throughout the year giving us a true taste of California.

    Alle-Pia Fine Cured Meats

    Paso Robles CA
    Drawing from their family's long tradition of making salami together every winter, Alle-Pia was is Antonio Varia's offering of northern Italian inspired salami and sausages created alongside nephew Alex Pellini. Alle-Pia was named after Antonio's grandmother, a true family affair and dedication to his roots. Using only all-natural antibiotic and hormone free pork that has been pasture raised and vegetarian-fed, Alle-Pia salamis are cured without the use of nitrates or preservatives, part of a movement taking root across the country to promote traditional methods moving away from industrial manufacturing.

    American Tuna

    San Diego CA
    Helping set a new standard for tuna, American Tuna is made up of a handful of families in Southern California who fish off the coast of San Diego the old fashioned way, with rod and reel! No nets, just muscle and sweat as the fishermen spend their days casting and reeling in tuna one by one to fill their boats and eventually every can that goes into our tuna salad and on our market shelves. Guilt-free and flavorful, there's no other way we'd have it.

    Black Pig Meat Company

    Sebastopol CA
    With Black Pig Meat Company, Duskie Estes & John Stewart set out to craft the most heavenly porcine experience they could with their bacon. Sourcing meat from Food Alliance Certified Sustainable heritage hogs from Washington's Pure Country Pork, dry curing it for three weeks before it hits the racks for a slow 12 hour applewood smoke... every step and careful attention to the process produces some of the most well balanced succulent bacon we've had the pleasure to taste, letting the clean sweet qualities of the pork shine through.

    Emigh Lamb

    Dixon CA
    Martin Emigh's great-grandfather first started raising lamb in California back in 1876, and the Emighs are carrying on the tradition with Martin & Jeanine's son Eric now the fifth generation to join in. Emigh lambs are raised the same way they have been for generations: organically, hormone and antibiotic-free, and 100% naturally grass fed on pastures of alfalfa, clover, fillaree, and rye for the utmost flavor in every bite.

    Marin Sun Farms

    San Francisco CA
    With a focus on sustainable pasture-based practices, Marin Sun Farms draws from David Evans' two ranches just north of Inverness in Marin County as well as from a number of carefully selected neighbors to promote good animal husbandry and land stewardship by supporting their family of farms. Marin Sun Farms is a whole-animal butcher dedicated to an ethos of living well and raising animals that eat and live well themselves, honoring the process from pasture to fork.
  • Fruits & Vegetables

    County Line Harvest

    Petaluma & Thermal CA
    Originating in Petaluma, County Line Harvest has bridged north & south just as we have here at Farmshop with an outpost down in Thermal, CA. We are joyed to thus be able to serve up their seasonal offerings at both of our locations with minimal carbon footprint and maximum freshness and flavor. From sweet tender greens to root veggies and squash, you'll find an abundance throughout the year from these fine growers on our menus.

    Front Porch Farm

    Healdsburg CA
    "...how do you make that ideal diverse farm, and how do you make that economically viable?" Peter Buckley, Front Porch Farm.

    Part of the ever-evolving answer to that question is what Peter refers to as Restaurant Supported Agriculture, just one piece of their larger puzzle that allows us to feature their produce on our menus while they continue to grow. Aside from what comes direct from their farm, we also feature Community Grains pastas and polenta, some of which are made from the grains grown at Front Porch Farm. Eventually they will integrate their pig farm, Acorn Ranch, to help complete the cycle growing the feed for their hogs that then fertilize the land in kind.

    Full Belly Farm

    Guinda CA
    Full Belly Farm showcases the cornucopia of growing seasons in Northern California's lush Capay Valley. Certified Organic since 1985, Full Belly Farm is one of our state's standard bearers for good land stewardship and sustainable farming practices, as nourishing to their fields as they are to our palates.

    Laguna Farm

    Sebastopol CA
    Laguna Farms does the bulk of their business selling directly to the public through their flourishing CSA program run through their farm store and a handful of market outposts throughout the year. During the more abundant Summer months, they have produce enough to spare a select number of restaurants such as ours, partnering with FEED Sonoma supporting their collective community of small farms.

    Frog Hollow Farm

    Brentwood CA
    Our relationship with Frog Hollow Farm is longstanding, and they are most certainly friends of Farmshop. As one of their strongest supporters in Southern California, we’ve been bringing them down for a taste of the north since the beginning, establishing them as a treasured seasonal treat. Whether their preserves that capture flavors at their peak to enjoy year long, or their mouthwatering varietals of fresh fruit grown on the farm, you know when you pick up their goods you’re in for a rare treat.
  • Cheese & Dairy

    Cowgirl Creamery

    Petaluma & Point Reyes Station CA
    Cowgirl Creamery is a pioneering mainstay of the artisan cheese movement not only in California, but in the country. Peg Smith & Sue Conley are rock stars in the cheese world, with the foundation of their company rooted strongly in California's distinct regional and seasonal food philosophies. Their cheeses are a reflection of community, supporting local agriculture and promoting sustainable and organic farming practices and land management through their partnerships, ensuring not only a better way of life for future generations, but a more delicious one as well!

    Cypress Grove Chèvre

    Arcata CA
    Although these days you can find their cheeses at such prolific institutions as Costco, we would be remiss not to include these true pioneers from Cypress Grove Chèvre where it all started with Mary Keehn's desire to simply feed her family better food. With an abundance of goat's milk on hand, what to do to keep it from waste? Make cheese, of course. And now with such American classics as Humboldt Fog and Truffle Tremor there's good reason for their success. The recipe of passion, quality, care, and artisanship helped inspire and lead the way for so many of our friends to follow.

    Fiscalini Farmstead

    Modesto CA
    John Fiscalini's dream to make cheese took root long ago, but came to fruition after visiting his family's homeland of Lionza, Switzerland in 1999. The following year, he added a cheese plant on the land his grandfather first purchased back in 1912 to raise dairy cows; and within a decade the Fiscalinis established themselves with master cheesemaker Mariano Gonzales on the forefront of American artisan & farmstead cheesemaking. Their cheeses are perennial award winners near and abroad including taking Best Cheddar in the World (the only American company to do so... twice!) on British soil at the World Cheese Awards in London.

    Marin French Cheese

    Petaluma CA
    With roots dating back to San Francisco's Gold Rush, Marin French Cheese is the oldest continuously operating cheese factory in California if not the whole of North America. They've come a ways since delivering cheese by horse-drawn carriages and paddle-wheeled steamboats, but stay close to their traditional roots that include the Breakfast Cheese that first rolled it's way to dockworkers in San Francisco when the factory opened it's doors in 1865.

    Milton Creamery

    Milton IA
    In September 1992, the Musser family moved to Southern Iowa and began dairy farming. Their Mennonite traditions value hard work, ingenuity, and simple living. Many of their neighbors are Old Order Amish. Although different, Mennonites and Amish are both Anabaptists, of Swiss heritage, and share many values. These common values made it easier for us to work together as dairy farmers and cheesemakers to start Milton Creamery.

    Fine cheese starts with with the right milk. They get all of their milk from cows on small Amish dairy farms. Herds are managed and milked by the immediate family. All of the herds are less than sixty-five cows. The farmers that provide milk to Milton Creamery don’t give their cows artificial growth hormones, like rBGH and rBST. The cows are grazed throughout much of the year. Over winter, the farmers continue to provide the cows with quality feed. Simple dairy farming creates simply delicious milk used at Milton Creamery.

    Nicasio Valley Cheese Company

    Nicasio CA
    The Lafranchi family has been in the dairy business for generations, having established their dairy in the Nicasio Valley at the turn of the 20th century. After establishing themselves in the Organic milk market, they saw costs outgrowing the prices they were getting for not being a large industrial producer and wanted to take ownership of their liquid assets to create an artisan product to share with the world. Thus, a new cheesemaker was born. The boldest signature element of all their cheeses is perhaps the simplest: you can taste the cleanliness and quality of their milk in every sweet buttery bite.

    Uplands Cheese

    Dodgeville WI
    Uplands Cheese is located on Pleasant Ridge in the Uplands region of southern Wisconsin. The farm’s layout and location is ideal for growing the diverse range of grasses, legumes and herbs that give high quality milk. It soon became clear that the milk the cows were producing on this farm had exceptional flavors, and it seemed a shame to see it pooled together with milk from other farms at the local cheese factory. They began looking for a way to take advantage of these flavors, and looked to other regions in the world where cheese is produced seasonally from grass-fed cows.

    Their search led them to the hard, aged cheeses of the Alpine regions of France and Switzerland, where for hundreds of years cows have spent their summers grazing in mountain pastures. In order to preserve that milk, cheese makers followed the cows up into the mountains and made cheeses that were hard, aged and durable enough to make the trip back down to the valleys.

    Andante Dairy

    Petaluma CA
    Soyoung Scanlan is the composer, and each piece of cheese from her dairy a tune. With Andante Dairy (the name evokes the slow passage of time while cheeses mature), it's easy to fall into romantic ideas and flowery verse with each cheese named after musical terminology. Thankfully, such tendencies are justified by the quality and care of craftsmanship that Soyoung puts into each wheel she makes. An artist with a scientist's understanding to masterfully manipulate milk into something truly grand.

    Bellwether Farms

    Petaluma CA
    In 1992, the Callahans first started making & selling a pecorino style cheese made with their sheep's milk, a first of it's kind here in California. A couple years later, they took a trip to Italy to study and discover the roots of their inspiration in order to better their craft. Soon enough, they had the tools to begin truly capturing what it is their milk wants to be, and their pecorino has developed into it's own earning the regionally-inspired moniker, San Andreas. Now a couple decades in, Bellwether continues to evolve and under Liam's helm, the cheeses (and arguably Bellwether itself) have matured into a true taste of California.

    Bleating Heart Cheese

    Tomales CA
    With a name like Bleating Heart and cheese such as Fat Bottom Girl, Shepherdista, and Ewelicious; Seana Doughty's personality truly shines through, and so it should. What does it take to start up a sheep's milk creamery by the skin of your teeth? Renting a truck and driving to and from Wisconsin in the dead of winter, picking up as many sheep as would fit and huddling up through the ice and snow to make it back to sunny California for starters... and Seana's path continues to be full of go-gettum liveliness and quirk. Whatever she's doing, she's doing right as evidenced by quality and flavor to match!

    Drake Family Farms

    Ontario CA
    The Drake family first established itself with their farm in West Jordan just outside Salt Lake City, UT where they’ve been tending to the land since 1880. Most recently, Dan Drake moved 143 dairy goats to Ontario, CA, establishing Southern California’s premier goat dairy producing fresh chevre and other artisan farmstead cheeses such as the fudgelike tangy Glacier. You’ll find their cheese on our menus and shelves, having supported Drake Family Farms since our inception.

    Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese

    Point Reyes CA
    Until recently, the folks at Point Reyes made just one cheese: Original Blue. Building off what has become a staple for many, and with the help of cheesemaker Kuba Hemmerling, they have added a couple more sure to be classics. Located in one of the most picturesque areas of California amongst rolling hills and cooling breezes, one can imagine happy cows giving tasty milk, indeed. If you can't take a trip out to the farm, at least here you can taste the beauty held in every bite.
  • Charcuterie & Deli

    Alle-Pia Fine Cured Meats

    Paso Robles CA
    Drawing from their family's long tradition of making salami together every winter, Alle-Pia was is Antonio Varia's offering of northern Italian inspired salami and sausages created alongside nephew Alex Pellini. Alle-Pia was named after Antonio's grandmother, a true family affair and dedication to his roots. Using only all-natural antibiotic and hormone free pork that has been pasture raised and vegetarian-fed, Alle-Pia salamis are cured without the use of nitrates or preservatives, part of a movement taking root across the country to promote traditional methods moving away from industrial manufacturing.

    Creminelli Fine Meats

    Salt Lake City UT
    Emi met Cristiano Creminelli at what turned out to be their first American Cheese Society conference at the genesis of their respective careers in the American artisan cheese & charcuterie movements. Fast forward from the ballroom of Chicago's historic Hilton to today, and Cristiano has quickly solidified his salumi's status as a mainstay on counters and charcuterie plates across the country. One taste, and you'll see why. From draping lacy sheets of prosciutto over fresh creamy straciatella to garnishing bloody mary's with a thick spicy slice of calabrese, we certainly love to have fun with Creminelli's tasty creations.

    Fra'Mani Handcrafted Foods

    Oakland CA
    Chef Paul Bertolli founded Fra'Mani in 2006 and maintains his position as Curemaster, overseeing production, development, and the quality we've come to expect from his finely crafted salumi. Reaching back past his career through Oliveto and Chez Pannise, it's in his maternal grandfather's cellar where he would ultimately find inspiration, bringing to fruition the establishment of one of America's premier artisanal handcrafted salumerias.

    La Quercia

    Norwalk IA
    Herb & Kathy Eckhouse have single-handedly put the art of making prosciutto on the American artisanal food landscape. With La Quercia, media across the country have lauded them with much deserved praise for their domestic hand-crafted hams that have been cured with nothing more than salt, care, and time. We are proud to feature the gamut of their offerings in our Market and on our Restaurant menus as they are the pinnacle of charcuterie, pioneering the way for others to follow in traditional methods as true artisans of the craft. Is it the careful selection of farm partners, the heritage breeds, the finishing feeds or the Mozart blasting across their factory floor? Whatever they're doing, we dig it.
  • Wine & Beer

    Art + Farm Wine

    Napa CA
    Kat & Rob McDonald have been making and selling wine for 20 years in 3 countries. With Art + Farm Wine, their philosophy is twofold and captured in their various labels. On the one hand you have The Girls in the Vineyard, a celebration of time and place, recognizing and embracing the effects of a particular set of climatic conditions in a given year. Single Varietal, single vintage, single vineyard. And on the other hand you have The Messenger, wines that are an exploration of flavor born of creativity and innovation crafted of myriad possible blends. Multi-varietal, multi-vintage, multi-vineyard. In both cases, tales our tastebuds certainly enjoy the telling of.

    Chateau Les Valentines

    Côtes de Provence FR
    Located in La Londe-les-Maures in Côtes de Provence, this estate is more than a century old. The current owners, Gilles and Pascale, decided to build a modern winery and called the Domaine “Les Valentines”, by the names of their children: Valentin & Clémentine. It was an outstanding opportunity for them to fulfill their passion for wine in one of the most attractive part of South of France.

    Emanuel Tres Wines

    Santa Barbara County CA
    Chris Keller makes wine in Santa Barbara County, inspired by Rhone and Spanish blends.

    Favia Erickson Winegrowers

    Napa CA
    Favia Erickson Winegrowers is a collaboration between Annie Favia & Andy Erickson whose philosophy is simple: create soulful wines that express the true nature of the vineyards from which they come. They focus on finding unique vineyard sites with soils, climate and aspects ideal for growing exquisite wine grapes, and they develop strong relationships with their winegrowers to perfect viticultural practices. In the winery, they carefully coax the grapes into wine. Gentle handling, minimal intervention, and strict monitoring of the wine allow their grapes to speak for themselves.

    Fort Point Beer Company

    San Francisco CA
    Fort Point is an independent San Francisco brewery made up of people who believe the simple things in life can be a whole lot better.

    Grounded Wine Co

    Napa Valley CA
    Grounded in heritage, grounded in soil, grounded in simplicity. Our mission is to create wines that evoke a sense of place. Intriguing, clean, balanced, and accessible, Grounded Wine Co. produces terroir-driven wines with an emphasis on quality and experience.

    Hale Mary Wines

    Russian River Valley, CA
    Hale Mary is a small-lot producer of Russian River Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines, handcrafted in a balanced, elegant style using fruit from some of the finest vineyards in the Russian River Valley. Our first vintage was a 2003 Russian River Pinot Noir, made in the Marin County garage of husband and wife team Anthony and Mary Bourke, along with brother Sean. Our love affair with Pinot Noir began in the 1970s through our family’s founding partnership with several of the wineries that were among the first to bring international recognition to California wines. Today, we’ve evolved beyond our humble garagiste roots, but we remain as passionate as ever about Pinot Noir.

    Liquid Farm

    Buellton CA
    Nikki & Jeff Nelson started Liquid Farm out of a love for the lower alcohol, cooler climate, and more earth-driven characteristics of European wines. How to honor their palates' love for old world wines while supporting local viticulture? For starters, by admittedly being selfish in their decision to make what they most love to drink: Chardonnay that is earth and mineral driven from cool climates with little or no new oak. Thus the birth of Liquid Farms drawing from the Santa Rita Hills, some of the most unique, ancient, and Chardonnay-suited soils in North America.

    Matthiasson

    Napa CA
    Matthiasson is a family endeavor, the effort of Steve and Jill Klein Matthiasson, and their two young sons. They have both had life-long careers in sustainable agriculture, and they apply those ideals of balance, restraint, and respect for the individual—and for the whole—to their wine. Their production is simple but careful. This concept is central to the tradition of viticulture and winemaking. Respect for this tradition forms the core of their work. To that end, their hands literally touch every vine and every bottle.

    Pizza Port Brewing Co

    Solana Beach CA
    In March of 1987 Gina and Vince Marsaglia, a pair of siblings in their 20′s, bought a struggling pizza place in the sleepy coastal town of Solana Beach, just north of San Diego. Early on, Vince took advantage of free space in the restaurant’s storage area to dabble with home brewing. The hobby took off and at the urging of friends and fans, Vince and Gina decided to go into the brewpub business. Pizza Port offered its first craft-brewed beers to patrons in 1992 and quickly gained a reputation in San Diego’s growing craft beer scene.

    Santa Monica Brew Works

    Santa Monica, CA
    We are a group of guys who share a mad love for great beer and the city of Santa Monica. Our “Beach Brewed” philosophy embodies the spirit of the world-renowned Santa Monica lifestyle past, present, And future.

    Scholium Project

    Northern California
    We are small. Our hands, our feet, our minds are in the wine. We make wine from vineyards that are distinguished sometimes by being ignored. Our wine often does not resemble other wines, but we are not renegades. We are students. Our projects are not always experiments-- sometimes we know what we are doing-- but they are always acts of emulation, looking up at the work of others we admire.
    Thus, "scholium," from the Greek scholion, which shares the same root as "school, scholarship." It signifies a modest project, not a preeminent one, undertaken for the sake of learning, understanding– hence a commentary, an essay, a study.

    Turley Wines

    Amador County CA
    Turley Wine Cellars makes forty-seven wines from over fifty vineyards, the vast majority of which are single vineyard designate Zinfandels and Petite Syrahs. By focusing on old vine vineyards in particular, Turley aims to both create and preserve California’s unique winemaking culture.

    All of our vineyards are either certified organic by California Certified Organic Farmers or somewhere in the process, and we use all natural yeasts in the fermentations.
  • Pantry & Larder

    BAIA Pasta

    Oakland CA
    As former Director of Slow Food International, Renato Sardo might know a thing or two about authentic artisanal dried pasta. He and fellow Piemontese, Dario Barbone teamed up to found Baia Pasta based in Oakland’s Jack London Square for the purpose of crafting the finest dried pasta using all Organic grains from western states. Gently extruded through brass dies in a variety of traditional shapes and slowly dried at low temperatures, these pastas deliver unparalleled texture and flavor. More than a carrier, they are a complement perfect for pairing with your favorite oils or sauce.

    California Olive Ranch

    Chico CA
    Incorporating machinery and techniques often used by wine industry neighbors, the folks at California Olive Ranch have devised a way to grow and harvest on a vast enough scale to still produce amazing oils of utmost quality and flavor for a moderate price. Great every day oils for any occasion, we look forward to their Limited Reserve every year – a Californian response to the gold standard of imports, olio nuovo.

    Community Grains

    Oakland CA
    A line of California-grown and milled whole grain pastas, beans, flour and polenta; Community Grains was spearheaded by Bob Klein, co-owner of Oakland’s Oliveto Restaurant. It all began with a simple idea, “if grains were grown nearby, we could have a richer experience, and make better food.” What better way to know where your ingredients are coming from than to invest in the source itself? In doing so, the company is helping to rebuild the local grain economy in California. Their Identity Protected line goes so far as to proudly tout the very farm from whence it was sourced. Now that’s something we can stand behind.

    Freddy Guys Hazelnuts

    Monmouth OR
    Barb & Fritz Foulke purchased their Willamette Valley hazelnut farm in 1998, and set to work with their family in bringing it out of neglect. To this day, it’s a family affair with friends pitching in to help every harvest, sons & daughters, grandparents, and of course Barb & Fritz. They deal direct with customers, roasting every batch to order to ensure the utmost freshness and quality of flavor in their world-class hazelnuts. These are seriously some of the best we’ve ever had, and grown just up the coast! Who is Freddy Guy, you ask? Why, they all are… Though he goes by Fritz, his real name is Freddy, Barb is Freddy’s guy, and their sons were Freddy’s little guys. Drop the apostrophe and you’ve got the Foulkes, a band of Freddy Guys!

    Frog Hollow Farm

    Brentwood CA
    Our relationship with Frog Hollow Farm is longstanding, and they are most certainly friends of Farmshop. As one of their strongest supporters in Southern California, we’ve been bringing them down for a taste of the north since the beginning, establishing them as a treasured seasonal treat. Whether their preserves that capture flavors at their peak to enjoy year long, or their mouthwatering varietals of fresh fruit grown on the farm, you know when you pick up their goods you’re in for a rare treat.

    Central Coast Family Farm

    Sebastopal CA
    Central Coast Family Farm is a family-tended olive grove situated at the interior base of the Santa Lucia Mountain Range in California. The mediterranean climate at the farm within the California Central Coast coupled with fresh water from their on-site sweet underground water well add to the 6 main ingredients to create perfect olive oil: maintained soil, abundant sunshine, fresh well water, afternoon winds, cool nights, and family love.

    Rancho Gordo

    Napa CA
    Partnering with growers in California and a handful of Latin American collectives, Rancho Gordo is at the forefront of saving and promoting heirloom bean varieties. While you may never have heard of many of the beans they sell, they’ll soon become your favorites and with such a variety of textures, size, and appearance you may very well have several new faves. Rancho Gordo isn’t just about beans, either. With a line of hot sauce, spices, stoneground chocolate, and even hard to find banana vinegar; we’re always excited to see what Steve Sando and company are releasing next!

    Santa Barbara Pistachio Company

    Santa Barbara CA
    Santa Barbara Pistachios are certified Organic, grown without the use of pesticides or fungicides, brined and roasted in such a way as to gently preserve their essential oils and vivid green coloring. We’ve never had a more flavorful pistachio, or any fresher as each batch we receive is roasted to order to ensure they are at their peak for enjoyment! As the only locally owned family run pistachio farm in the central coast selling direct to consumers, we are proud to support their efforts and take pleasure in every morsel we shell to imbibe or use in our dishes. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do!

    Wineforest Wild Foods

    Napa CA
    Connie Green is a mainstay, one might argue a legend in Napa’s food culture having foraged for the finest. With Wineforest Wild Foods, she brings her experience to the fore of the specialty food world introducing her curated selections of mushroom and other fungi inspired products that any kitchen really shouldn’t be without. A pioneer in wild mushroom hunting, Connie’s experience and passion foraging translates in every aromatic and flavor filled package and jar. Truly a delight to behold, both the woman and what she’s created.
  • Accompaniments & Sweets

    Blue Chair Fruit

    Oakland CA
    Rachel Saunders worked for years researching, practicing and perfecting her canning recipes and techniques before launching Blue Chair Fruit in 2008. Releasing anywhere from 50 to 100 flavors of jams, marmalade, and butters each year; Rachel strives to showcase California's seasonal bounties using flavor combinations that highlight the fruit first and foremost, utilizing heirloom and rare hybrid varietals from small family farms throughout the region.

    INNA Jam

    Emeryville CA
    Dafna Kory's path to professional preserving all started with a holiday favorite: cream cheese & pepper jam... followed by her inability to find said jam and the pursuit of making it herself. When friends and family couldn't get enough of it either, she knew she was onto something special, and INNA Jam was born. She showcases only single-varietal jams to capture and highlight the essence of each seasonal offering sourced from farms and orchards within 150 miles of her kitchen. No flavorings, no blends, each jar a "time capsule of flavor." No tardis needed for these time travels - just open a jar!

    Dandelion Chocolate

    San Francisco CA
    After one of the modern American pioneers of bean to bar chocolate making was purchased by one of the biggest chocolate companies in the world and moved from the SF Bay Area, there was a hole in many a local’s heart. Along comes Dandelion Chocolate bringing craft chocolate making back to San Francisco in socially responsible and sustainable partnerships with cacao plantations throughout the bean belt. More recently expanding into a café cum chocolate making plant smack dab in the heart of SF’s booming Mission District where you can pull up a chair and enjoy a steaming cup of hot cocoa while watching some of our favorite bars being made.

    Dick Taylor Chocolate

    Arcata CA
    Dick Taylor Chocolate is part of California’s contingent in the new school of American craft chocolate makers making their mark, and like so many others, Adam Dick & Dustin Taylor bring unique perspective and passion to the craft. Where once they used their hands to work word into furniture and boats (thus, the nautical motifs adorning their packaging), they have moved from raw material to another bringing raw beans to their finest potential with the same meticulous care at each step of the process.

    Rustic Bakery

    Larkspur CA
    Carole Levalley and Josh Harris have had the great fortune to build a thriving business that all started with something so very simple: a cracker. Rustic Bakery began when Carol, frustrated with the lack of great crackers to accompany the amazing cheeses and dishes of northern California baked her first flatbread. Soon, Cowgirl Creamery got taste of them and from there popularity spread like wildfire. From a humble kitchen to three locations including a bakery café just down the walkway from Farmshop in the Marin Country Mart, Rustic Bakery has bloomed into an American specialty food mainstay in less than a decade. Life would certainly be less tasty without them!

    Santa Barbara Pistachio Company

    Santa Barbara CA
    Santa Barbara Pistachios are certified Organic, grown without the use of pesticides or fungicides, brined and roasted in such a way as to gently preserve their essential oils and vivid green coloring. We’ve never had a more flavorful pistachio, or any fresher as each batch we receive is roasted to order to ensure they are at their peak for enjoyment! As the only locally owned family run pistachio farm in the central coast selling direct to consumers, we are proud to support their efforts and take pleasure in every morsel we shell to imbibe or use in our dishes. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do!
  • Coffee, Tea & Beverages

    Equator Coffees

    Marin CA
    In 1995, when business partners Brooke McDonnell and Helen Russell started roasting in a garage in Marin County, it marked the beginning of a journey to build a high-impact coffee company focused on quality, sustainability and social responsibility. While their goals have remained the same, with more than 500 wholesale accounts and seven retail cafes, their team has grown to more than 100 employees.

    In 2016, the U.S. Small Business Administration honored Equator by naming them the "National Small Business of the Year". This question that continues to frame their narrative as we strive to grow a business that values the stakeholders in both communities with respect for the people, the process, and the product. Equator believes that quality underlies economic and environmental sustainability, and this is the pillar of their approach. They support environmentally sound certifications, as well as practices that produce the highest quality coffee while securing a dignified life for those who produce it.

    Silk Road Teas

    San Rafael CA
    Silk Road Teas is known as a purveyor of rare and artisan teas from China. Each spring, they travel in the tea-rich southeastern provinces to source their teas. Visiting tea markets, small farms, specialty tea companies and tea brokers, we find the finest varieties of white, green, oolong, black and Pu-erh tea.

    Wild Poppy Juice Company

    Los Angeles CA
    Wild Poppy Juice Company started out as a labor of love between George Bryson and daughter Luisa. Experimenting with flavored juices, muddling herbs and spices, mixing in fresh fruit juice and sharing their creations with friends and family... would eventually grow into a venture they could share with the world. Working closely with Organic and Biodynamic farms throughout California and using only the finest Organic ingredients, Wild Poppy offers unique lively flavor combinations lightly sweetened for a perfect refreshment straight from the bottle, served over ice or mixed into cocktails.

    Lamill Coffee & Tea

    Alhambra CA
    Lamill Coffee is run by zealots, and that’s a good thing. When it comes to a great cuppa, you want the people behind it to be focused on one thing: creating that perfect cup. From sourcing beans for unique full flavor profiles from eco-sensitive farmers to roasting those green beans to perfection and selling them to us fresh as can be, Lamill are there every step of the way. They worked with us to create a signature blend that we offer alongside their espresso and a line of impeccably sourced and blended teas for your enjoyment.

    Spindrift

    Sonoma CA
    Started on the East Coast, this unique venture has leapt across the country to California. Spindrift sodas and seltzers are made from fresh pressed juice that is transported cold, to maintain the integrity of flavor. The result is a truly vibrant and refreshing beverage. As for the west coast arm, all the fruit is sourced from citrus groves in southern California. The fruit is pressed fresh in Beaumont and delivered refrigerated up to Sonoma, where it is blended and bottled for consumption with minimal ingredients (triple filtered water and cane juice). The perfect California soft drink.
  • Merchandise & Housewares

    Commune Design

    Los Angeles CA
    We worked intimately with Commune Design to capture the look and feel of most every aspect of Farmshop, but perhaps the most immediate and frequent inquiry as to taking home a piece of Farmshop was in our napkins. Designed by Commune with Matteo in Los Angeles working with some of the finest fabrics to create true heritage pieces that only get better with time. Beyond napkins, some of the more visible elements when you walk into Farmshop include our tables & chairs, light fixtures and tiles.

    Heath Ceramics

    Sausalito CA
    Aside from lining the walls of our restaurants and shop, Heath Ceramics have taken regular prominence on our tables and shelves. Started in 1948, Edith Heath created a legacy of true heritage housewares you will hand down for generations. Made with a unique blend of locally sourced clay by craftsmen valued as equally as the product and process, Heath Ceramics strives for longevity and sustainability in all things to promote a quality of life we often take for granted.

    Humble Ceramics

    Los Angeles CA
    Working with a variety of clays and glazes, Delphine Lippens creates rustic one of a kind pieces some of which are sure to call your name. When Delphine first wandered into Farmshop LA, her soft spoken demeanor and kindness would have won us over ceramics or not; but when she started to unload crate after crate of canisters and plates, we were immediately taken by their appearance and just how right they felt in hand. Now featured not only on the shelves of our shop, but in our restaurants where we can share them with all of our guests.