By hand-picking all of our produce, you are ensured fresh, and ripe, foods. 


We to take pride in how we get our land and crops ready for you and your family. 

If your produce arrives bruised or damaged, contact us and we will replace it. 

​Certified Organic Produce

Trusted By The Names You Trust

Our certified organic produce is sold and used by Whole Foods, Golden Temple Natural Grocery and Cafe, and the Jefferson County, Alabama, Junior College System, among others.  

From Our Garden to Your Plate

It’s important to know what you’re eating. And it’s even more important to know what you aren’t eating. We want you to know that all of our products are pesticide-free. We strive to make sure that you and your family can sleep easier knowing that our produce is not only organic, but we also ensure safe and green manufacturing and facility processes.



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We ship directly to your business or home in north Alabama, and northeast Mississippi.  Unsure if you're in our shipping area?  Contact us for more information.

About Organic Farming

What is organic farming?

Organic farming  produces crops without the use of synthetic chemicals.   Its aim is to produce the healthiest, most nutritious possible with the least  adverse impact on nature.  USDA organic certification is your assurance that the vegetables you buy have been grown using exclusively organic techniques.   Be wary of produce advertised as "natural" or "eco-friendly", as these are marketing terms and are not regulated by law.   Always demand the USDA certification when shopping for organic food.

How does organic farming help the environment?

Organic farming techniques enrich and maintain the life of the soil through intelligent crop rotation.  Organic techniques of cultivation also reduce soil erosion.  This is especially true of farms, like Hunter Organic, which grow much of their produce in "high tunnel" greenhouses, which shelter the crops from wind.   The tunnel houses also reduce the demand on local water supplies by using super-efficient drip irrigation systems, and dramatically reducing losses to evaporation.  And since no synthetic chemicals are used for fertilizers or pest control, water that does run off from organic farms is far less polluting to our rivers and streams than runoff from traditional farms.

How does organic farming help the consumer?

Some research indicates that organic foods are higher in micronutrients than their traditionally grown counterparts.   While that is still being debated, an undeniable advantage is that you will not consume potentially harmful pesticides or other synthetic chemicals when eating organic produce.  In addition, organic produce lasts longer and tastes better.