It should surprise no one that a farm located in the little town of Bethlehem has downright heavenly fruits and veggies. Family-owned and -operated, the Fry Farm produces high quality apples, zucchinis and everything in between.
Though the farm was established in 1994, the Fry family has been growing food for decades. A passion for producing and eating local, organically grown fruits and vegetables drove the Frys to make their products available to the public. All produce is organically grown using the most sustainable methods possible, and chemical fertilizers, pesticides and genetically-modified seeds are never used.
You can find Fry Farm at farmers markets around the metro area. They are regulars at the Suwanee Farmers Market and participate in the Suwanee Whole Life Co-Op and Heirloom Living Market in Lilburn. Fry Farm also offers weekly harvest boxes, which include 7-10 fruits and vegetables harvested just that week, delivered in a biodegradable container that can be recycled or returned for re-use.
And if you’re looking for some Insta-spiration, give them a follow at @fryfarm. If these gorgeous photos of lush lettuce, juicy berries and oddly artistic mushrooms growing up a tree don’t make you want to taste the (natural) rainbow, nothing will.