The mission of Acadiana Food Circle is to guide the evolution of our local food system by cultivating trusting relationships between growers, consumers, and purveyors and highlighting the overall impact of locally grown food in Acadiana.

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Acadiana Farmers MarketFarmers MarketLocated on the corner of Dulles and Foreman Drive at 801 Foreman Drive, Lafayette, LA 70506. Contact Jamie Robin or David Richter at 337-948-8812 for more information.Members sell seasonal produce and eggs each Tuesday and Saturday from 5 am–10 am, year-round. Also open at the farm Monday through Friday from 10 am to 5:30 pm and on Saturdays from 9 am to 1 pm.
Arcadius AcresFarm, Honey, GardeningNorris Fontenot at 337-523-3524 or for more 1008 Studio Ln, Ville Platte, LA, Arcadius Acres is located between Mamou and Ville Platte , 1008 Studio Lane. FacebookArcadius Acres also grows seasonal and sustainable flowers. They are a certified nursery stock grower and can provide fresh bedding plants and nursery stock.
Armand Thibodeaux Farm StandFarm, Farm StandLocated in Lewisburg. From the Fitzfarm Blueberry Orchard (above), go south on 357 for about a mile, then turn right on Lenora. Lenora is a gravel road at first, but the last half is paved. When Lenora ends at Marie St., take a right, and Mr. Thibodeaux’s beautiful old Acadian style house is just there on your left. The fruit vegetable stand is right next door. There is no sign, but it is quite obviously a fruit/veg stand.Mr. Armand just celebrated his 84th birthday and maintains a very large garden with the help of his son Greg. All the locals buy produce from him. He has huge watermelons, two kinds of muskmelon (cantaloupe), sweet peppers, sweet corn, tomatoes, red potatoes, and probably more.
Backyard HarvestGardeningContact Justin Price at 337-406-1370 or, Backyard HarvestRaised-bed vegetable gardens for your home, edible landscaping, garden coaching, and more.
Bayou FarmFarmLocated 1624 Cousins Rd, Ville Platte, LA 70586. Bayou Farm sells at Inglewood Harvest Barn Market. available by appointment. For more information, contact Donald Keller or Sarah Bailly at 337-256-4268 or, Bayou FarmsThey sell eggs as well as pastured, antibiotic free chickens and turkeys that are processed and packaged at the farm. Chickens are available year round while turkeys are available by special order around holidays.
Bayou Teche BreweryArtisanMicrobrewery located at 1106 Bushville Hwy, Arnaudville, 70512 on Bayou Teche. For more information contact the business at or 337-303-8000.Beers can be purchased at area gas stations, Rouses Supermarket, Joey’s Specialty Foods, Marcello’s Wine Market and more.
Bayou Teche Farmers’ MarketFarmers MarketLocated at the Old Pecan House at 203 North New Market Street, St. Martinville, LA; located one block north of the Bayou Teche Bridge at the intersection of North New Market and Hamilton Streets. . Call St. Martinville City Hall in advance to learn more about selling at the market. Contact the St. Martinville Office of Tourism at 337-394-2233 and or St. Martinville City Hall at 337-394-2230. Facebook , Website (Updated June 6, 2014)Members sell seasonal produce, meals, arts and crafts, and more each Saturday from 8 am–12 pm. Vendors also welcome.
The BeetArtisan/GrocerLocated at 2722-A Kaliste Saloom Rd. Lafayette, LA The Beet Juice BarA fresh fruit and vegetable juice bar. They prepare 100% pure and natural juices using the best methods to blend raw fruits and vegetables without pasteurization or preservatives. Open Monday-Saturday 10am-7pm. Their juices are also available on Saturday mornings at the Hub City Farmer's Market and the Lafayette Farmers and Artisans Market at the Horse Farm.
Belle Ecorce FarmsFarmLocated at 201 S Main St, Saint Martinville, LA, For more information, call Wanda Barras at 337-394-6683 or email at, Belle Ecorce FarmsMonday - Wanda Barras produces state licensed goat cheese and goat milk products. Friday 8:30AM to 4:00 PM or by appointment, Sold at Village Café, Pour, Catahoula’s, Charley G’s, Jolie’s, Cena’s, Joey’s Specialty Foods, John Besh’s restaurant in August, Emeril’s New Orleans, Red Stick Farmer’s Market, Bella Fresca, and by appointment. Belle Ecorce sells goat cheeses and milk.
Blueberry HillFarm, OrchardLocated at 557 Don Guilbeau Rd, Grand Coteau, LA. Call Daphney Maturin at 662-5100 or 298-5117, or email her at your own blueberry farm. Open Saturdays and Sundays, 7 a.m.-12 noon, June and July.
Brad MayfieldGardeningFor more information contact Brad Mayfield, Landscape Horticulturist, Lic # 3080, at 337-852-7900 or landscape & garden consultation, non-toxic pest & disease control, mycorrhizal inoculation, and all-natural, homemade fertilizers. Brad also provides plant brokering.
Bread & Circus ProvisionsRestaurant, GrocerLocated at 258 Bendel Road #104, Lafayette, LA 70503 across Bendel from the CVS. Also at Lafayette Farmers & Artisans Market at the Horse Farm, Web Lafayette Article, Contact Abi Broussard-Falgout & Manny Augello at, Facebook, WebsiteUsing the same farm-to-table mantra Augello pioneered as executive chef at Jolie’s Louisiana Bistro, Bread and Circus leans heavily on the bevy of local agricultural options available in its line of sauces, relishes and preserves. Everything you need to feed your body & soul. Housemade pickles, condiments, charcuterie & nostalgic treats done in a simple, old-world way using local ingredients, lots of patience & no preservatives.
Brick & Spoon RestaurantRestaurantLocated at 3524 Kaliste Saloom Rd Suite 403, Lafayette, LA 70508. (337)504-2346 Web Facebook http://brickandspoonrestaurant.comBrick and Spoon uses local ingredients and hosts a monthly popups with a market. Since it’s difficult to stock Brick & Spoon completely with local products, they local local ingredients in daily specials."
Bristol Blueberries, Bristol Farm, OrchardMid-May through mid-June. Pick your own, $8 a gallon, we pick them $12 a gallon. 1174 La. 356. Bristol is 2.5 miles north of Cankton on La 356. Hours by appointment. Call 337-258-1100.Pick your own orchard.
Brookshire FarmsFarmAvailable by appointment at 8916 Brookshire Road, Abbeville, Louisiana 70510, Also available at Freetown Farmer’s Market on Wednesday or Hub City Farmers’ Market on Saturday. Contact Anne Blanchet at Phone: (337) 893-5115, Email:, Website Brookshire Farm sells grass-finished beef and grass fed goat. Our farm is entirely grass based and we use no hormones or routine antibiotics. We sell directly to the public - see our website for more information on how to order.
Café VermillionvilleRestaurantLocated at 1304 West Pinhook Road Lafayette, LA 70503. For more information, call 337-237-0100. Facebook
Café Vermillionville serves southern cuisine using ingredients from the Mushroom Farm, rabbit from Jeanmarie Farms, and other local sources. Open Monday-Friday from 11 am-2 pm and Monday-Saturday from 5:30-9 pm.
Cajun Country RiceFarmAvailable at 600 S Ave D, Crowley, LA. Please see the website or call 337-783-3825 for more information., WebsiteCajun Country Rice is the 100% Louisiana grown and milled rice produced by Falcon Rice Mill in Crowley, LA. Available in medium and long grain, brown, jasmine and popcorn varieties, Cajun Country Rice is available in local grocery stores or online through the website. All rice comes from within 50 miles of the mill, and Cajun Country Rice is a Certified Cajun Product of Louisiana.
Carpe Diem Gelato-Espresso BarRestaurantLocated at 812 Jefferson Street, Lafayette, LA 70501. For more information call 337-534-4155 or email at, WebsiteCarpe Diem creates freshly made gelato featuring local produce and ingredients, including figs and other produce (when in season) from Mark and Mary’s City Farm , citrus from Brad Mayfield, and pecans and citrus from their own trees. Open Tuesday-Thursday from 7:30 am-9 pm; Friday from 9 am-10pm; Saturday from 10 am-10 pm and Sunday 12 pm-6 pm.
Champagne’s MarketGrocerLocated in the Oil Center at 454 Heymann Boulevard, Lafayette, LA 70503. Call 337-235-4114 for more information. WebsiteChampagne’s Market sells locally produced foods and finished products containing local produce and meat. Monday-Saturday from 7 am–-8 pm and Sunday from 7:30 am–7 pm.
Chenier FarmFarmLocated 248 Chenier Road, Opelousas, LA. Available at Red Stick Farmers’ Market, Baton Rouge, or by appointment. Contact at 337-948-8782 .John and Betty Chenier produce kiln-dried sweet potatoes, white, Yukon, purple, and new potatoes, pumpkins, gourds, turnips, cabbage, mustards, purple hull peas, cushaw, winter and summer squash varieties, peppers, beans, cucumbers, and eggs.
Citrus OrchardFarm, OrchardLocated in Youngsville. Corner of La Neuville and Bonin Roads (between Verot School Road and Youngsville). No sign, no name, but you can’t miss the many large orange and kumquat trees (other fruit too, probably figs...) growing here. Pull in the driveway and knock on door, or honk.Citrus Orchard
Daniel and Anna’s OrchardFarm, OrchardLocated at 5116 Freetown Road, New Iberia, LA 70560, by appointment. For more information, contact Daniel or Anna Romero at 337-365-1690 or 337-380-3795.The Orchard grows satsumas, navel oranges, pomelos, figs, nonastringent persimmons, astringent persimmons, pecans, peaches, blueberries, blackberries, Asian pears and paw paws available seasonally.
Dean Domingue’s Compost FacilityGardeningLocated at 400 Dugas Rd, Lafayette, 70507. For more information call 337-896-9625 from 7 am–3:30 pm Monday–Friday and 7 am–12 pm on Saturday. WebsiteFree municipal compost available to Lafayette Parish residents.
Downtown Abbeville’s Farmers’ Market FestivalFarmers MarketLocated at Magdalen Square in downtown Abbeville at 2 S Magdalen Square, Abbeville, LA. Check with the Vermilion Parish Tourist Commission at 337-898-6600 for hours and dates of operation. Open on selected Saturdays from 8 am–1 pm. Members provide seasonal produce, fresh eggs, local honey, herbs, chow chow, jams, jellies, preserves, baked goods, arts, crafts, music, and more.
Dupuis’ Citrus GroveFarm, OrchardLocated at 1510 N. Berard St., Breaux Bridge, LA. Call 337-332-2815 or find on Facebook (Dupuis Citrus Grove).Available by appointment only. Jason has citrus, including satsumas.
EarthShare GardensFarm, CSANon-profit organization; For more information or volunteer opportunities contact, WebsiteEarthShare Gardens was founded as a non-profit to grow fresh and healthy food using organic and sustainable methods, and to share our passion, knowledge and food with everyone in our community. We operate donation gardens and run a CSA, and our Community Roots program supports the development of community gardens in neighborhoods, schools, churches and communities throughout Acadiana.
Eddie Romero’s OrchardFarm, OrchardLocated at 119 Freetown Road, New Iberia, LA 70560, by appointment. He is open 7 days a week from 8 am-–5 pm. Call Eddie at 337-364-3370 for more information.Eddie has 20 kinds of fruit trees in his pick-your-own orchard including peaches, oranges, figs, persimmons, guava, jujubes, blackberries, pears, papayas, apples, and pomegranates.
Erath's Farmers MarketFarmers MarketErath City Park (Location on specified dates) 100 City Park Drive Erath, LA 70533 Contact Donald Menard 937-5113 for info FacebookFarmer's Market at Erath City Park
Eunice Farmers’ Market and Market DaysFarmers MarketLocated at the corner of Park Avenue and 2nd Street, Eunice, LA 70535. Wed. from 3:30 pm–6 pm and Sat. from 10 am–2 pm, April through November. Call 337-457-7389 for more information.Members sell everything from produce to finished products to resale items on Wed from 3:30pm-6pm and Sat from 10am-2pm April through November. Call 337-457-7389 for more information.
Fitzfarm Blueberry OrchardFarm, Orchard1208 Hwy 357, Lewisburg, LA. The farm operates on the honor system, $1.50 per pound. June and July. Go north on 182 out of Sunset, then take a left on La. 358 and go about 2.5 miles. Look for Lewisburg/ Bellevue water tower. Take a right at the water tower, and the blueberry farm will be on your right, next to the tower. Call 225-413-3442 or 225-749-8294 for more info. Go anytime, as they operate on the honor system. Season ends in mid-July. Email: sandfitz@msn.comPick your own blueberries.
Fresh Pickin’s MarketGrocerLocated at 907 Kaliste Saloom Road, Lafayette, LA 70508. Open 7 days a week, year-round, from 7 am–-8 pm. Call 337-261-2607 for more information. WebsiteFresh Pickin’s sells some locally grown produce, such as honey, marinades, dairy, rice flour, and more.
Gabrielle Acres FarmsFarm, Artisan8010 Jefferson Island Rd, New Iberia, LA, Order online at Website or Etsy Store and available at Teche Area Farmers’ Market, call first to make arrangements for product pick-up. Contact Gabrielle Hebert at, Gabrielle Acres FarmsGabrielle sells pecans, Hibiscus sabdariffa, fresh eggs, tomatoes, herbs, and figs. Gabrielle also sells pecans, herbal soaps, and soy candles.
Gonsoulin Land & Cattle Grass-Fed BeefFarmLocated at 6108 Loreauville Road, New Iberia, LA 70563. Products available at Sandra’s Health Food Store, Joey’s Specialty Foods, Breaux’s Mart, Pamplona, Robie’s in Abbeville & in New Orleans at Fatoush Irish House, Bourbon House, the New Orleans Food Co-op, French Market, or at the address above. Sells every other week at Market at Horse Farm. See website for availability. Contact Shannon Gonsoulin, DVM, or Stuart Gardner at 337-519-7848 for more information., WebsiteGonsoulin Land and Cattle raises grass-fed beef.
Garden ShedFarmer/ArtisanLocated at 2113 Morning Glory, New Iberia. Contact Kevin at 337-251-8365The Garden Shed sells seasonal fruits and vegetables, canned pepper jellies, sweet or hot honey mustard, and bread and butter pickles.
Gotreaux Family FarmsFarm, Farm Stand, Honey, CSALocated at 205 Facile Road, Scott, LA. Available at Hub City Farmer’s Market, Joey’s Specialty Foods, Sandra’s Health Food Store, and Gotreaux Family Farms Farm Stand. Contact Brian or Dawn Gotreaux at 337-278-3444 or, WebsitePassionately growing sustainable nutrient-dense produce, eggs, tilapia, poultry, honey, beef, goat, and sheep. Several varieties of flowers available at Hub City Farmers market. Also offers CSA.
Great Harvest Bread CompanyRestaurantLocated at 854A Kaliste Saloom Road, Lafayette, 70508. Open Monday–Friday from 7 am–6 pm and Saturday from 7am–4 pm. For more information, contact Michelle or JP MacFadyen at or 337-236-8966, www.greatharvestofacadiana.comGreat Harvest is Louisiana’s first Certified Green Restaurant (and the only one in Acadiana) and produces breads and sandwiches, using local ingredients when possible. Great Harvest Bread Company uses Bernard’s Apiaries local honey in every loaf of bread, purchases produce from Mark & Mary’s City Farm, and sells local jams and honey, Belle Ecorce Farms Goat Cheese, and fair-trade bread gift baskets, tea towels, and bread warmers.
Grown Here BountyFarmAvailable at Hub City Farmer’s Market. Contact Tom at 337-233-3268 or email at Angers produces locally grown vegetables and citrus.
Happy Acres FarmFarmLocated in Opelousas, and available by appointment. For more information, contact Julie at 337-945-8466 or email at Open 7 days a week, WebsiteHappy Acres Farm has fresh chicken eggs that are picked daily. Duck, turkey and goose eggs are available but seasonal. Egg delivery available for the Lafayette area. Also available are chickens, ducks, turkeys, geese, rabbit and lamb. NPIP certified.
Helping Hands FarmFarm, 865 Collins Rd, Opelousas, LA. Available at Freetown Farmers’ Market on Wednesday and Saturday, or by appointment, For more information contact David Klier or Stephanie at 225-324-6762 or, FacebookProviding sustainably grown, locally produced, pesticide-free vegetables.
Henri’sArtisanAvailable at the market at the Horse Farm or by delivery. Contact Henri Moore at 337-234-7509 or makes “made from scratch” bread containing local ingredients and has original hats & aprons for sale.
Homegrown Organics of LafayetteFarm, Honey, GardeningAvailable by appointment. For more information, contact Jeanne Plaisance at 337-962-8217 or, FacebookProviding sustainably grown, pesticide-free produce and herbs.
Hub City Farmers’ MarketFarmers Market, CSALocated in the Oil Center at 427 Heymann Boulevard, Lafayette, LA 70503. Each Saturday from 8 am-12pm. Contact Brian or Dawn Gotreaux at for more information. WebsiteMembers sell coffee, tamales, baked goods, kombucha, lactofermented vegetables, kettle corn, flowers, sprouted cereal, honey, seasonal produce, tilapia, and more.
Isle de ChenesFarm202 Paul Boudreaux Road, Lafayette, LA. Ocassionally at market at Horse Farm. Contact Tommy and Gabrielle Bodin at 337-981-8140 or WebsitePasture-raised Katahdin lamb available in whole and half portions by appointment. Isle de Chenes also sells registered and commercial breeding stock for other producers. Meat lambs are usually available for several months beginning in August or September.
Janice PrejeanFarmLocated in Mire. Email Janice at prejeanj@bellsouth.netGrass-fed beef.
Jeb Guidry Citrus OrchardFarm, Orchard301 E 1st St, Kaplan, LA 70548. Purchased at Comeaux French Market, between the CVS pharmacy and the Sonic on La. 14 in Kaplan, 643-6759.Jeb grows lemons, navel oranges, blood oranges, grapefruit, Japanese plum, satsumas and mandarins at his orchard.
Jeb Guidry Citrus OrchardFarm, OrchardLocated in Kaplan. Purchase at Comeaux French Market, between the CVS pharmacy and the Sonic on La. 14 in Kaplan, 643-6759.Jeb grows lemons, navel oranges, blood oranges, grapefruit, Japanese plum, satsumas and mandarins at his orchard.
Jen and Mitch ReedFarmLocated in Scott. Pick them up at their house, just call ahead at 258-2434 or 258-2333.The Reeds sell fresh eggs, $4 a dozen.
Jim’s Kountry PiesArtisanAvailable at the Cottage Shoppe Farmers’ Market or by appointment. For more information, contact Jimmy Romero at 337-365-7465.Jim’s has 30 flavors of pies that include local produce (when available), sweet dough tarts, and pralines.
Joey’s Specialty Foods MarketGrocerLocated at 503 Bertrand Dr., Lafayette, LA 70506. Open Monday-Friday from 8 am–-6 pm and Saturday from 9 am-–6 pm. For more information, call 337-237-3661 or email at WebsiteJoey’s Specialty Foods sells Belle Ecorce Farms goat cheese, honey, seafood, Gonsoulin Land and Cattle grass-fed beef, and more.
John & Sharon HebertFarm, Citrus, HoneyAvailable by appointment; call for location. Contact John or Sharon at 337-937-6722.John and Sharon grow and sell satsumas as well as local honey.
Jolie’s Louisiana BistroRestaurantLocated at 507 West Pinhook Rd., Lafayette, 70503. Open for lunch Tuesday-Friday 11 am-2 pm, with dinner Tuesday-Thursday 5 pm-9 pm and Friday and Saturday 5 pm-10 pm, and brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 10:30 am-2 pm. For more information or reservations, call 337-504-2382, WebsiteChef Manny Augello creates Creole fare featuring fresh, local, seasonal ingredients from Inglewood Plantation, Market Basket Youngsville, and others.
Joshua MorvantGardeningLocated at Freetown Farmer’s’ Market and by appointment. For more information, contact Josh Morvant at 337-654-4703 or joshuamorvant@gmail.comProviding natural gardening methods, garden consultation and materials.
JP ArdoinFarmLocated at 814 Hwy 758, Eunice. Call JP at 550-5113 or 337-580-2688, or Charles Ardoin at 580-1939.JP sells seasonal produce.
Kaplan Farmers’ MarketFarmers MarketLocated in Turnley Park at 119 N. Irving Ave in Kaplan, LA 70548. Open on the second Saturday of each month from 8 am-12 pm. For more information, email Sharon Guidry at or call at 337-652-1184. WebsiteMembers sell pickled, canned, and fresh vegetables and more.
Kissing Moons FarmsFarmAvailable by special order. Contact Charlie at 337-258-4093 or sells free-range, vegetarian-fed chicken eggs.
Lafayette Farmers & Artisans Market at the Horse FarmFarmers Market, CSALocated at 2913 Johnston Street, Lafayette, LA. Every Saturday from 8:00 a.m. - 12 Noon - Rain or Shine.Every Wednesday in June and July from 4 to 7 PM Every Wednesday in October and November from 3-6 p.m. Facebook http://www.marketatthehorsefarm.comThe Market at The Horse Farm serves as the premier venue for seasonal, farm-based products, and
artisanal creations, offered by local producers, artists and vendors in a celebratory atmosphere of community,
enrichment and entrepreneurism, created through the mutual support of its members and patrons.
Le Petite Magasin de ScottFarmers MarketLocated at Farmers Market Pavillion, 916 Cayret Street, Scott, LA 70583, Opening March 15, 2014 7am-12pm, Open every Saturday March-October, If you are interested in becoming a vendor, Please contact City Hall at 337-233-1130 or visit Website for more information. FacebookThe City of Scott Farmers Market And More is a colaborative effort of the City of Scott, Local Growers, Gardeners, Food Artisans, Craftsmen, and Fishers. The Scott Market is a producer-only Farmers Market.
Lee’s ProduceFarmLocated at 4394 Opelousas Rd, Ville Platte, LA. Available by appointment only. For more information call 337-351-2615.James Lee sells seasonal produce from his home and at his roadside stand.
Lee’s ProduceFarmBuy direct from his farm, 193 La. 363, Washington. Call 351-2615 for hours and availability.James Lee raises the full range of vegetables, tomatoes, cucumbers, bell peppers, eggplants, squash, okra, cantaloupe, Irish potatoes, sweet potatoes and also sells vegetable plants.
Les Dames des FleursFarm, HoneyAvailable at 2025 W. Gloria Switch Road, Carencro, LA 70520, at market at Horse Farm or by appointment. For more information, contact Susan Durio at 337-896-2436 or Marilyn Arton at 337-896-7107.Susan and Marilyn sell fresh produce and herbs. See Flowers & Honey for other services.
Liggett Artisan ProduceFarmLocated at 405 St Catherine St, Lafayette, LA 70506. Available year-round by appointment, or at the Freetown Farmers Market on Wednesday and Saturday. Contact at or (337) 524-9437.Facebook (Updated 2014-01-17), WebsiteAlex produces fresh fruits and vegetables with no synthetic pesticides or fertilizers.
Louisiana SweetArtisanAvailable by order or every other Saturday at Hub City Farmer’s’ Market (call for availability). For more information, call 1-800-745-9491 or check the WebsiteLouisiana Sweet produces jams/chutneys from locally grown, pesticide-free fruit. The Fig Pepper Jam is used regularly in dishes at Charley G’s.
Louisiana WildArtisanTheir product is available at Pack and Paddle or by appointment at 172 Andre Prejean Lane, Arnaudville, 70512. Call 337-754-5249 for more information.Andre and Louise Prejean make goats milk soap with local goat’s milk.
Mama Teresa SalsaArtisanAvailable Saturday and Wednesday at Freetown Farmer’s Market, or by order. Contact Teresa or EJ at 337-510-0010 or uses local ingredients in her mild, medium, and hot salsas.
Mark and Mary’'s City FarmFarm, GardeningAvailable every Saturday at the Lafayette Farmers & Artisans Market at the Horse Farm and by appointment at 1506 E. Gloria Switch Road, Lafayette, 70507. Contact Mark or Mary Hernandez , licensed landscape horticulturist # 2218, at 337-257-8809 or, WebsiteMark and Mary provide sustainably produced, pesticide-free seasonal vegetables, blueberries, figs, and flowers. They also offer CSA.
Market Basket of Youngsville Farm StandFarmer, Farm Stand, Honey, CSA, ArtisanAvailable at Hub City Farmer’s Market or by appointment at 411 Simon Road, Youngsville, LA 70592, or in items at Jolie’s Louisiana Bistro. For more information, contact Charles Thompson or Karen DeShazo at, 337-856-4296, or 337-344-7804. WebsiteProducing all chemical-free products including pork, poultry, eggs and produce.
Mary Mary's GardenFarm, ArtisanLafayette, LA. Available at the Lafayette Farmers & Artisans Market at the Horse Farm.Mary Patout grows fresh herbs.
Mike and Linda GauthierFarmAvailable by appointment at 2514 Cecilia Sr. Hwy, Breaux Bridge, LA 70517. Contact Mike or Linda at 337-667-6283 or Gauthiers produce seasonal vegetables, including eggplant, tomatoes, cucumbers, cauliflower, snap beans, sweet corn, eggplant, yellow squash, zucchini, onion, butter beans, bell peppers, pickles and processed items, such as tomato sauce and jams.
Mil Mil KitchenFarm, ArtisanAvailable by appointment. Contact Mildred Lejeune at 856-9785 or See local Artisans for other services.Mil Mil produces vegetables, makes jellies (mayhaw, figs, blackberry, blueberry) and sweet pickles.
Mr. Comeaux’sFarmLocated in Scott. 1730 Dulles Drive, or call 981-1316.Lou Comeaux has been selling his backyard-grown vegetables and fruits for many, many years in his front yard. He has a little handmade sign, or just look for a pile of fruits and vegetables piled up on a bucket at the road. Okra, figs, grapefruit and oranges, bananas (green plantains). He also sells homemade jars of pickled peppers, chow chow, etc.
Nancy D’s EAT UR VEGGIESArtisanAvailable by order at Champagne’s Market. Contact Nancy at 337-344-7194, at, or on Facebook (Nancy D’s EAT UR VEGGIES).Nancy D’s gluten-free, natural breads are made with local produce and locally sourced products; flavors change seasonally.
New Iberia Creole MarketFarmers MarketWest End Park, 1200 Field St., New Iberia, 8 a.m. - noon, 337-367-0834, Facebook Contact: MartiShop for seasonal, locally grown produce and fruits, fresh Louisiana seafood, homemade jams, jellies and other preserves, as well as fresh baked items, home-cooked dishes, handmade crafts and more. Enjoy fun and educational activities that promote healthier eating and lifestyle choices.
Nonc’s Quail Eggs, Inc.FarmLocated at 533 Rosella St. Church Point, LA 70525. For more information or to place an order, please contact Linda at 337-230-3359, Ferral at 337-277-2422, or Kermit at 337-230-0132. WebsiteNonc’s is Cajun Certified and sells quail, quail eggs and original, hot and mustard pickled quail eggs.
Oakheart Organic Compost (Pooyie)GardeningLocated at 7258 Grand Prairie Hwy Rayne, 70578. For more information, contact Ken or Phyllis Arceneaux at 337-316-3559 or, WebsiteSells pesticide- and chemical-free compost under the trade name “Pooyie.”
Opelousas Farmers Music and MarketFarmers MarketLocated at 828 East Landry Street, Opelousas, LA 70570 next to Mikey's Donuts on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 7 am–11 am and on Friday evenings from 5:30 pm–8:30 pm, spring and fall. For more info, contact City of Opelousas Tourism Office at 337-948-5227. WebsiteMembers sell seasonal vegetables, jams, jellies, and more.
Parish Brewing CompanyArtisanLocated at 229 Jared Drive, Broussard, 70518, available on draft at Saint Street Inn, The Green Room, and many other Acadiana establishments. Tours and tastings will be available soon. For more information, contact Andrew, founder and brewer, at, WebsiteParish Brewing Co. is currently the only beer 100% produced in the Lafayette area and the first commercial beer in the world produced with cane syrup.
Primo’s PeppersFarm, ArtisanOrder at or Contact Troy at, see farms for other services. WebsiteTroy and Kara grow pesticide free rare peppers including the World’s Hottest Pepper. Products include exotic pepper powders, spice blends, seeds and pepper jellies available year-round.
Professor Maher’s Backyard StandFarm, Farm Stand207 Mimosa Pl, Lafayette, LA, Don’t know the address, but just turn north off Congress onto Mimosa Drive (not far from Lafayette High). Can’t miss it. 337-981-0967A true Lafayette institution, now run by the grandchildren. Lots of vegetables, strawberries, and other berries.
Rank Wildcat Spirits, LLCArtisanThis is Cajun Country's first rum distillery. Learn more about this product on the website or by contacting avid C. Meaux, Owner, 337-257-3385, or Cole G. LeBlanc, Owner, 337-692-3940,, WebsiteRank Wildcat is Acadiana’s first micro-distillery producing Sweet Crude rum with local sugarcane and molasses.
Richter FarmsFarmAvailable at 4032 Hwy 182, Opelousas, LA 70570, by appointment or at Acadiana Farmers Market. For more information, contact David Richter at 337-581-9082.Richter Farms provides fresh, seasonal vegetables.
Robin FarmsFarmer, Farm StandAvailable at Acadiana Farmer’s Market or at the Robin Farms Farm Stand daily at 317 Houston Richard Road, Church Point, LA 70525. For more information, contact Brandt Robin at 337-230-4245 or, WebsiteThe Robins have a farm stand open on the farm, open daily with seasonal hours. They offer a CSA program in the spring and field trips in the fall.
Rolling R Ranch Freezer Beef MarketFarmLocated at 305 E Prudhomme Street, Opelousas, LA 70570. Call 337-948-6511 or email at to order.Dr. Frederick G. Radosta raises local beef at his farm. He offers 26 cuts of frozen and vacuum packaged beef.
Romero's OrchardFarm, OrchardNew Iberia, LADaniel & Anna grow seasonal fruit.
Rouses SupermarketGrocerStore hours range from 6 am–10 pm, depending on location. Ask a store associate for specifics. Contact headquarters at 985-447-5998. 601 Bertrand Drive, Lafayette, LA and 2900 East Milton Ave, Youngsville, LA WebsiteRouses is owned by Louisianans and has multiple locations, which can be found at the website above. Their stores carry Gonsoulin & Gardner’s beef, Bergeron’s pecans and local jams, jellies, flour, wine,beer, and more.
Ruston Peaches and ProduceFarm, OrchardAvailable at 819 Ervin Cotton Road, Eros, LA 71238, by appointment, Acadiana Farmers’ Market, and the white tent in front of Pippin McGee on Ambassador Caffery Boulevard, Lafayette, from 9 am-6 pm on Saturday. Also sells at market at the Horse Farm. For more information, contact William E. Cook at 318-235-3228 or Peaches and Produce sells peaches, plums, tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, bell peppers, eggs, and hot peppers.
S & P Oriental MarketGrocerOriental grocer located at 4807 Johnston Street, Lafayette, LA 70503. Ask a sales associate for details on which produce is locally grown. Open Monday-Friday from 9 am–8 pm and Sunday from 10 am–5 pm.For more information, call 337-989-1954.Sells some produce grown locally by a Laotian community in Cade.
Saint Street InnRestaurantLocated at 407 Brook Ave., Lafayette, 70506. Open for lunch Tuesday-Saturday from 11 am-2 pm, all night happy hour and a special menu on Thursday from 5pm-10pm, and for dinner Friday and Saturday from 6 pm-11 pm. For more information or reservations, call 337-534-8112, WebsiteChefs/owners, Nathan Stubbs and Mary Tutweiler, specialize in lunch, dinner, and drinks made from locally produced vegetables, fruit, and meat from The Mushroom Farm, Homegrown Organics of Lafayette, and more. They also feature desserts made by Supreme Bean Coffee Roasters.
Sandra’s Café and Health Foods StoreGrocer, RestaurantLocated at 111 C Rena Drive, Lafayette, LA 70503. Monday-Friday from 8 am-6pm and Saturday from 10 am–6 pm. See Eateries for other services. For more information, call 337-988-0108. WebsiteSandra’s sells local produce and meat, including Gotreaux Family Farms vegetables and Gonsoulin Land and Cattle grass-fed beef as well as Up to Grow Good Farm veggies.
Sankofa Earth FarmsFarm, Artisan, GardeningAvailable by appointment and offers home delivery. For more information, contact Ronald J.Nicholas, Sr., at 337-281-6224.Sankofa produces fresh Hibiscus sabdariffa roselle punch/tea and also produces sustainable vegetables and herbs and antibiotic- and hormone-free poultry.
Santa Rita Honey Bee FarmFarm, HoneyFrom Lake Charles, LA. Available at the Lafayette Farmers & Artisans Market at the Horse Farm. contact Sno Vincent at 337-598-5220 or 337-304-1927 or email at patvincent8950@yahoo.comProvides local raw honey and honey products.
Simon Satsuma OrchardFarm, OrchardLocated in Kaplan. Citrus fruit, from mid-October to December, 14405 Gladu Road, Kaplan, Go south on Hwy. 167 toward Abbeville. After you pass through Maurice, take a right at the light onto Hwy. 699. Travel on Hwy. 699 for about 5 miles to Tee Robe Road. Turn left on Tee Robe Road. Go to stop sign and take right on Gladu Road. Go about 1/2 a mile, and the orchard is on the left. Call 893-3386 or 288-7374,
Sucré Coeur Sugar ProductsArtisanAvailable at Hub City Farmers’ Market every Saturday or by order. For more information, call 337- 453-3597 or sucrecoeur.louisiana@gmail.comTurbinado produce, locally grown, unrefined, Louisiana cane sugar.
Supreme Bean Coffee RoastersArtisanAvailable at Hub City Farmer’s’ Market or available by appointment. For more information, contact Gaylen Delcambre at 337-349-9417 or, non-GMO coffee available in custom roasts, brownies, non-genetically modified breads and other baked goods, using local ingredients when possible.
Taking Root, LLCFarm, HoneyAvailable at the Cottage Shoppe Farmers’ Market. For more information, contact Rachel Eustis at 504-957-7263 or sustainably grown produce.
Teche Area Farmers’ MarketFarmers MarketLocated at 102 W. Main Street, New Iberia, LA 70560. On Tuesday from 2 pm-–6 pm and Saturday from 6 am–-10 am. For more information, contact Jimmy Broussard at 337-229-4298. WebsiteMembers sell seasonal produce, locally grown vegetables and fruit, jams and jellies, homemade bread, and more.
Teche PoultryFarmAvailable at 1127 Duchamp Road, Broussard, LA 70518, by appointment, Acadiana Farmers’ Market, and Bayou Teche Farmers’ Market. For more information, contact Kurt Choplin at 337-258-1623 or chicken, duck, turkey, guinea eggs, goat and sheep meat.
The Backyard GardenerFarmThey can be found at the Oil Center Farmers Market on Saturdays, or call 501-2238 to make an appointment.Thomas Angers and his son, Austen, grow vegetables in their back yard. Tom says that the Oil Center Farmers Market is looking for more produce. Farmers who would like to sell at the market, backyard gardeners who have an overflow, or growers who would like to have someone sell their produce for them at the market should call Tom at 501-2238
The Brockoli Patch, LLCFarm, Artisan, GardeningSee Local Artisans and Gardening Resources for other products. Located at 719 Pitt Rd, Scott, LA. Available at Freetown Farmer’s Market, or by appointment. For orders and availability contact Brock Barker at or 225-202-5905.See farms and gardening resources for other services. LLC FacebookThe Brockoli Patch grows vegetables, fruits, and herbs naturally, without the use of synthetic inputs. They also sell beeswax candles made of local beeswax to individuals and establishments.
The Cottage Shoppe Farmers’ MarketFarmers MarketLocated at 800 E. Broussard Road, Lafayette, LA 70508. Saturday morning from 8 am–12 pm, year-round. Contact Patty Domingue at 337-984-5276 for more information. WebsiteMembers sell seasonal vegetables, eggs, local honey, baked goods, plants, and more.
The French PressRestaurantLocated at 214 E Vermilion Street, Lafayette, LA 70501. Open for breakfast and lunch Wednesday-Friday from 7 am-2 pm and from 9 am-2 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Open for dinner on Friday and Saturday from 5:30pm-9:30 pm. Call 337-233-9449 for reservations or more information, WebsiteThe French Press offers gourmet Cajun and southern cuisine using local produce and meat from Bon Temps Farm and The Brockoli Patch.
The Fruit StandGrocerLocated at 200 West Mills Avenue, Breaux Bridge, LA 70517. Open 7 days a week, yearround, from 7 am–6 pm. For more information, call 337-332-4636 or email, WebsiteThe Fruit Stand sells locally grown, seasonal produce from area farmers, nuts, and locally caught live or boiled seafood.
The Mushroom FarmFarm OrchardLocated in Breaux Bridge. Call 984-1255 or email Russell-Girard grows Shiitake mushrooms, seasonal fall and early spring.
The Mushroom Farm, Inc.FarmLocated in the Breaux Bridge area. Contact Barbara at 337-984-1255.The farm grows shiitake and oyster mushrooms and sells to Saint Street Inn, Jolie’s Louisiana Bistro, and other area restaurants but will also sell to individuals, by appointment.
The Urban NaturalistGardeningLocated at 216 Madison Street, Lafayette, 70501. For more information, contact Marcus Descant at 337-258-0878 or, WebsiteThe Urban Naturalist offers natural fertilizers, worms and worm castings, all natural pesticides, polyculture lawn, and heritage chicks. Garden products are available at Chastant Brothers, Raintree Garden Center, and by appointment. Heritage chicks available by appointment.
Up to Grow Good FarmFarmLocated at 3420 Highway 29, Cottonport, LA. Facebook: Email: Website WebsiteWe are a small family owned/operated farm in Cottonport, LA. We grow all of our veggies, fruits, and herbs organically. This means no chemical pesticides or genetically modified food. We try to grow traditional crops as well as some not-so traditional crops. We take pride in growing interesting and tasty heirloom varieties and use sustainable growing practices every single day.
Village CaféRestaurantOpen Tuesday-Saturday for lunch from 11 am-2 pm, for dinner from 5 pm-9 pm and for Sunday brunch from 10:30 am-2 pm. Call 337-981-8085 for information or reservations, WebsiteExecutive Chef Jude Tauzin creates various types of cuisine regularly using large amounts of local ingredients from Market Basket Youngsville. Located at 1 Degaulle Square, Lafayette, 70508.
Vitamins Plus in Drug EmporiumGrocerLocated at 505 Bertrand Drive, Lafayette, LA 70506. Monday-Saturday from 9 am–8 pm and Sunday from 10 am-–5 pm. Drug Emporium sells some local seasonal organic vegetables and fruit. Call 337-261-0051 for more information.Drug Emporium sells some local seasonal vegetables grown by Aaron Fromenthal.
Vivian and Dianna'’s Seasonal Canned GoodsArtisanLocated in Rayne and available at the Teche Area Farmers’ Market on Tuesday, Freetown Farmers’ Market on Wednesday, and the Kaplan Farmers’ Market (2nd Saturday of each month). Contact Vivian at or call 337-257-6336 or 337-517-8665.Quail, pickled eggs, okra, beets, mirlitons, fresh seasonal vegetables, and canned fruit.
Bon Vie Kitchen ArtisanContact Molly Clayton at 337-514-0563 for more information or visit Locally grown fruits and vegetables. Also sells organic grass-fed beef and lamb, free range chicken, pasteurized pork, and all are free of hormones or antibiotics, and non-gmo. She also has convenient frozen meals, single serve or family size.

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