This page provides you with a wide overview of where to find local, sustainable, and healthy food in Long Beach.
Whether your barrier to eating more local, healthy food is cost, convenience, or something else, we want to connect you with the best local food options!
In addition to an online, interactive map, sorted by category, there are also local food lists below, all guided by our local food values.
This map is intended to serve as a guide to good food in Long Beach. From finding places to grow food in community gardens, to buying and eating local and natural foods, this map can give you a quick glimpse of what lies in your neighborhood, or across town! Map not loading? Try this external link, […]
Farmers Markets and farm stands are great places to browse, sample and buy fresh produce and handmade products. Below is a list of all current markets being hosted by different organizations. Due to COVID19, the health department has ordered farmers markets to suspend all prepared food sales, making farmers markets agricultural sale only as of 3/29/2020. Honey, […]
Quite a few organizations host community gardens in Long Beach! Check out this list – and take a few tours by viewing the short videos below. Long Beach Organic Community Gardens longbeachorganic.org Seventh and Chestnut – 348 West 7th St Orizaba Park – 1431 Orizaba Ave South Forty – 2813 E. South St Grace Park – […]
From bread to spices, pop-ups to sauces, welcome to small-batch bliss in Long Beach! Many of these locally owned businesses utilize commissary and home kitchens, and can be found in local markets, pop-ups, or online. Be sure to check out our Food Map for a wider list of brick and mortar businesses in Long Beach! Pop-ups […]
Local and regional farms offer delivery and pickup of freshly picked produce, and some even provide shelf products, too! Visit these links to see what’s offered in our area. County Line Harvest NEW – S.O.S. farm box grown in Petaluma, with pickup locations across Los Angeles. Recently (March 2020) added Long Beach Beer Lab as […]
CalFresh (SNAP) & EBT CalFresh helps improve the nutrition of people in low-income households by increasing their food-buying power. With CalFresh benefits in hand, you can spend more at the grocery store with an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card to access better food choices. Am I eligible for CalFresh? Here are the eligibility and reporting […]