Every week we bring the farmers market to your door by gathering the freshest seasonal produce, pasture raised proteins, dairy, honey, baked goods, locally roasted coffee, cheese and more from local farmers and food crafters. We are continually searching for additional local and regional foods to share with you and your family through our convenient online grocery.
Choose from a wide variety of local products. Or once you find what works for you, subscribe to your favorites as a weekly order and never run out of the foods you love. You are be able to modify your subscriptions at any time.
After you order, your items will be collected, packaged by hand and delivered every week in an insulated carrier to your home or office, saving you time and money.
Supporting local farmers and food producers strengthens our local agri-economy, helping local farmers succeed in growing the truly superior foods that you and your family eat.
Greater Springfield Metro Area
Ozark - Nixa - Branson
More and more, people want to know where their food comes from and the practices of the farmers who grow it. When you choose the Little Farm Store you know you are supporting local farmers who practice only the best agricultural methods.
We always buy local first. When that’s not possible, we will supplement with regional then national products to be sure you can get the variety of fruits and vegetables that you want, delivered right to your door.
Did you know that according to the national farmers union for every dollar spent on food in the USA only 14% actually goes to the farmer?!? Also, It's estimated that the average plate of food travels more than 1500 miles!
When you buy food through the Little Farm Store at least 50% of the price goes directly to the local farm which grows it! Buying local foods maximizes its nutritional benefits while reducing its food miles!
Join us in building a grassroots agricultural movement by supporting community commerce and the local food producers who are growing our region's food.
There are many small farms, ranches, orchards, vineyards, and food crafters involved in building a better food system. We are continually seeking to expand our network.
Here are just a few of the many food producers who are supported by your support by your purchase of local food