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Local Feta in Virginia

At we believe that consuming Locally Grown and Organic foods like farm fresh Feta provide a significant variety of benefits. Studies have shown that locally sourced and organic foods have more nutrients, including antioxidants, than traditionally grown foods. Studies also show that people who have allergies to foods or preservatives often find their symptoms lessen or go away all together when they eat only locally sourced and organic foods! Find locally sourced Feta and more at local farms in Virginia today at
Upperville, VA
Sustainable, Grass - Fed, Certified Humane, Certified Organic
Feta, Beef, Chicken, Pork, Veal, Wine, India Pale Ale, Hard Cider, Champagne, Beer, Vegetable Starts, Pies, Fudge, Dessert Sauce, Cookies & More, Chocolate
Coastal Farms, Food Hub/Co-Op
Windsor, VA
Vine - Ripened, Sustainable, Grass - Fed, Practicing Organic, Naturally Grown, Certified Organic
Feta, Toffee, Pies, Cookies & More, Breads, Granola, Gluten-Free, Cookies, Bakery Products, Yarn, Wool, Sheepskins & Pelts, Sheep, Roving, Batting, Maple
Unionville, VA
Sustainable, Practicing Organic, Naturally Grown, Other, Grass - Fed
Herb Gardens, Truffles & Bon Bons, Dessert Sauce, Breads, Chicken, Cream Cheese, Goat Yogurt, Raw Milk, Goat Milk, Raw Milk Cheese, Kefir, Gouda, Feta
Elkwood, VA
Sustainable, Grass - Fed, Practicing Organic, Naturally Grown
Soaps, Goat Milk, Kefir, Goat Cheese, Feta, Chevre, Ice Cream
Saluda, VA
Beef, Cheeses, Eggs, Oats, Deli, Chevre, Top, Feta, Duck, Goat Cheese, Specialty, Geese, Goat, Goose, Lavender, Oat, Other, Tea, Gin
Lovers Retreat Farm, Farmers Market
Saluda, VA
Deli, Chevre, Beef, Cheeses, Eggs, Oats, Specialty, Geese, Goat, Goose, Lavender, Oat, Top, Feta, Duck, Goat Cheese, Other, Tea, Gin
Lovers Retreat Farm and licensed Grade A Dairy are located on the Middle Peninsula of eastern Virginia making fine farmstead goat cheese in small......
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