Farmigo Community Organizer Partnership |

bag-cropWe are pleased to announce our partnership with Farmigo to continue delivering local, organic foods to its Community Sites. Below is a message from Benzi Ronen announcing the partnership.

“Fall is all about changes, and with the new season upon us, I am pleased to announce we have found a partner to resume delivery service to you!

We set out to find a partner that represented everything that Farmigo is about – the best local foods, authentic connections with the farmers and producers, and a strong commitment to nurturing relationships in the community. After careful consideration, we found Farmhouse Foods ( has all of these qualities plus the strong desire to serve you and continue on the path Farmigo established in your food community by continuing to offer the 10% fundraiser for schools or commission.

What makes selecting Becky as a partner more exciting is that she was one of the first Organic produce delivery owners to use Farmigo’s software to run her program in 2010. So I am thrilled that we will continue being part of your local foods shopping experience.

A few Highlights about Farmhouse Foods:

They source from many of the same farmers and producers you have come to rely on so we are pleased this is an opportunity to reconnect you to Javier at JSM Organic Farm, Far West Funghi, Baia Pasta, Happy Girl Kitchen, Nana Joe’s Granola and Spring Hill Cheese to name a few.

Owner Becky Herbert has been delivering local foods to folks all over the Bay Area for the last 14 years. She is the 5th generation of a farming family based in Hollister. While her Dad manages their CCOF certified organic family farm, Becky has dedicated herself to collecting as much of an array of locally produced items to Bay Area residents as possible because she believes centering your diet around food that is in-season is the optimal path to a healthy lifestyle. Her offerings include the wealth of local, organic products produced in San Benito County including fruits, vegetables, olive oil, grassfed beef, pasture-raised chickens and eggs, nuts, dried beans, polenta, heirloom wheat berries flour and much more.

Becky also has a prepared food line of soups, salads and dips available to add to your order. Products vary each week and are dependent on what’s fruitful in the fields. This partnership comes at the same time Becky is opening Farmhouse Café in Downtown Hollister that will serve breakfast and lunch and will have a retail space stocked with local foods. Having her own commercial kitchen will allow Becky to expand her prepared food line to offer fruit crisps, casseroles, jams, and more to you this Fall!

What happens next? Becky and her team are working closely with community organizers to establish the pick-up site protocols you are used to and determine what the delivery day will be to your site. In the meantime, all you need to do is signup!

If you would like to contact Becky and her team directly to establish your location, give us a call at (831) 245-8125 or email:

Benzi Ronen
Farmigo CEO & Co-Founder”