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G & S Groves (Organic)

We grow, sell, and ship certified organic Texas citrus; that is, Rio Red Grapefruit, navel oranges, lemons, and limes from our groves. Do you want to purchase some great-tasting organic, Texas Rio Red Grapefruit and/or Texas navel oranges? If so, BOOKMARK this site! That way you will be able to find us again when you are ready to order your fruit (that is gift boxes). We are two small family farms in South Texas that produce fresh, certified organic citrus. You will want to order your certified organic gift fruit from us because you will get the best fresh fruit you can buy while getting personal service directly from a G and S Groves family member.

Braune Farms- Geronimo, TX

We grow a wide variety of produce and try to offer our shareholders a good variety each week depending on what we are able to grow.

Braune Farms is owned and operated by Jeffrey & Julie Braune. We have a about a 7-10 acre garden. We have been gardening, farming and ranching for about 12 years. Here in the last 3 years, we have been marketing our produce at local farmers markets.

San Antonio Food Bank Farm

The San Antonio Food Bank provides food and grocery products to more than 530 partner agencies in 16 counties throughout Southwest Texas. In FY2015, the San Antonio Food Bank provided nearly 62 million pounds of food. The mission of the SAFB is to fight hunger in Southwest Texas through food distribution, programs, education, and advocacy.

Top of Texas- Farwell, TX

Top of Texas Apples is also categorized into Produce Wholesale, Fruit & Vegetable Retail, Groceries, Produce Retail. It is associated with the following industry(s): Fresh Fruits And Vegetables, Fruit & Vegetable Markets. It is located in Parmer County.

Kubena Farms

Three years ago, Steven Kubena of Kubena Farms decided to take the plunge and go into business growing fruits and vegetables on the family farm. Since then, Steven has been hard at work on the farm in Seguin, TX growing everything from juicy spring strawberries to some of the biggest heads of winter cabbage around. He stays busy year ‘round planting, harvesting, and cultivating produce on their 25+ acres of land, taking advantage of Central Texas’ mild winters by growing crops in greenhouses and out in the fields. In short – he’s a busy guy.