Before hitting grocery store shelves most of the fruits and veggies people eat travel a long way. Here at Sirna's they come from our fields directly into the market. Although our produce is fresh, this factor only plays a small role in the overall health benefits of buying from sustainable and organic farms. Many studies have shown that locally raised, natural produce is nutritionally superior than the produce you buy at the grocery store.
Taste tests have also proven that natural, local food is easier on the taste buds. Who said that healthy food always has to taste bad?
The reason behind the plants' taste and nutrients are mainly due to their ripening stage. It is also because they have to fend for themselves. When chemicals are administered to plants, they don't need to be as strong and can rely on the chemicals to do the work for them. When sprays are left out of the equation, our produce has to supply itself with more nutrients so it can grow. These nutrients are then picked and put on your plate. Most of the store bought produce is harvested too early and does not offer the same nutritional benefits as ripe produce.
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- LINK Did you see we tapped our very own maple trees for sap on Friday? We're so excited to share Sirna Maple Syrup this year at the farm market.
- LINK Our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Shareholders get a weekly bag of goodies- fresh, local, sustainable and from us (the farmer) directly each week. Interested in learning more about CSA's and want them delivered to you weekly? Click here: http://sirnasfarm.com/csa_2014.pdf Please note, you do not get a tractor with a CSA subscription.
- LINK So it may not be officially spring...but the sun is shining, and our seedlings are started. AND best of all, WE ARE OFFICIALLY ACCEPTING 2014 COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE (CSA) APPLICATIONS. Want local, sustainable, seasonal veggies delivered to you all summer long? Fill out an application here: http://sirnasfarm.com/csa_2014.pdf