Farm to Fork in a Box is like a food tour without leaving your home. You get to explore the abundant Sacramento Valley region by tasting hand-crafted products from local farmers and makers. Each month will bring you a new array of tasty treats and award-winning flavors. Best of all you will be supporting local farms, chefs, and artisans by purchasing their creations and thereby allowing them to continue to practice their craft and livelihood.
What do you get?
- Original Zesty Bloody Mary Mix - 16oz, Preservation Co., Sacramento, California
- Organic Sun Dried Olives - 6oz, Yolo Press, Winters, California
- Zuni Gold Heirloom Beans - 1lb, Rancho Llano Seco Meats, Chico, California
- Finca La Merced - Guatemala Coffee Beans - 12oz, Chocolate Fish Coffee Roasters, Sacramento, California
- Almond Biscotti - 5.5oz, Upper Crust Baking, Davis, California
- Pomegranate Aged Balsamic Vinegar - 8.5oz, Skylake Ranch, Chico, California
- Chili Apricot Jam - 6.4 oz, The Good Stuff, Sacramento, California
Along with the delicious food, you will also receive information about each farmer and maker. and exclusive videos featuring information about the farmers, the inspiration behind their product, serving suggestions, recipes and more. Also included in your purchase is a coupon code for 20% off any of SacTown Bites - Food Tour Adventures tours. Learn about our tours in the Sacramento area here. Shipping is always free.
Treat yourself or a friend to this taste of the best of the nation's Farm to Fork Capital.
How often will I get it?
When will I get my July Box?
Although our July box is available to preorder, it will not ship until the second week of July. We will notify you when it ships.
Purchasing as a gift?
Be sure to let us know if you would like to add a personalized note in your gift. When you check indicate that it is a gift and write your message in the Special Instructions box, or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will include a hand written note, with your message, in the box.
Details about what is in the August box.
Almond Biscotti - Upper Crust Baking, Davis, California
These twice baked crunchy cookies are the perfect accompaniment to a cup of Finca La Merced coffee from Chocolate Fish Coffee Roasters. These biscotti are made the traditional way, with locally sourced flour and nuts, are slightly sweet with a hint of anise. The perfect afternoon treat, or as they do in Tuscany, enjoy after dinner dipped into a glass of vin santo.
Zuni Gold Heirloom Beans - Rancho Llano Seco, Chico, California
Creamy and full of flavor that you wont get from a commodity bean, Zuni Gold’s heirloom beans are the bean you need right now. They are grown by Rancho Llano Seco, a farming family going back six generations and known for their land and animal stewardship. Zuni Gold’s are difficult to find and are often seen in traditional Southwestern cooking.
Original Bloody Mary Mix - Preservation Co, Sacramento, California
And by original, we mean ‘zesty’! This spicy Bloody Mary mix is all you need to make the perfect cocktail for any time of the day, just add your favorite vodka and ice, and some crazy garnishes. Preservation Co. started as a hobby for maker Jason Poole, until he won a silver medal at the Absolut Vodka Bloody Mary competition. It’s that good.
Sun Dried Olives - Yolo Press, Winters, California
These olives can be eaten right out of the box as a crunchy, savory snack, or soaked overnight and mixed with olive oil and herbs to make your own marinated olive hors d’oeuvre. Grown organically and harvested by hand by the beloved husband and wife team at the Yolo Press in Winters, California.
Pomegranate Balsamic Vinegar - Skylake Ranch, Chico, California
This bottled magic can literally be drizzled on everything, from salad to ice cream. Slightly sweet, with a balanced tartness from the vinegar makes it a perfect pair to your summer salads. Made by Skylake Ranch in Chico, the recipes for their products are all created by a mom and daughter-in-law team.
Finca La Merced Coffee Beans - Chocolate Fish Coffee Roasters, Sacramento, California
Grown in San Martin Jilotepeque, Guatemala at 1800 meters, these beans are locally roasted to perfection by Chocolate Fish Coffee Roasters. Expect buttery caramel notes, lively and sweet acidity and a stone fruit finish.
Chili Apricot Jam - The Good Stuff, Sacramento, California
Tree ripened Blenheim Apricots, with New Mexico Chilis, sugar and lemon. That is it. The good stuff. Free from over processed pectin, this jam is fresh tasting and not overly sweet. Great on toast, and also a great pairing with cheese, mixed into yogurt or a secret base layer to your next stone fruit pie. Made in small batches by Janet McDonald, who was nudged into business by lucky recipients of her seasonal preserves.