Local food wholesale and distribution
Are you a restaurant, gift shop, or grocery store that wants an easy way to get fresh, local produce?
You came to the right place. New Mexico Harvest is New Mexico's source for local, harvested-to-order, produce, meats, cheese, and more!
Every week we work with farmers to help identify projections for the following week's harvest. They tell us what varieties they plan on harvesting and how much they plan to harvest. We take those projections and list them on our wholesale marketplace. Our marketplace is open for you to order starting Friday afternoon and until the following Monday at 1 pm. We close down ordering and send those orders to the farms to begin harvesting. We aggregate those orders Tuesday and Wednesday and deliver to you within 1-2 days of being harvested. We are a zero-food-waste facility. Minimum orders are $250 and we charge $10 for delivery within our network. If you are outside of our network, give us a call. We work with other distributors and food hubs around New Mexico and can likely still service your business.
Interested in becoming a wholesale member? If you have questions, you can reach out anytime, or click HERE to start your wholesale account.
What We Offer
We have a huge selection of amazing, 100% local food. We work with nearly 80 different New Mexican farmers and producers throughout the year.
We can supply your business with locally grown lettuce, squash, beans, chile, tomatoes, leafy greens, onions, sprouts, and much much more. Are you looking for locally raised and processed meat? We carry a great selection of local grass-fed and pasture-raised beef, pork, chicken, and lamb. We also have locally made cheeses and other amazing dairy products. We also carry locally-made sodas, drinks, hot sauces, flour, honey, and more!
New Mexico Harvest is also one of the first Harmonized GAP+ Food Safe Food Hubs in the United States. We take food safety very seriously and are very proud of the work we have done in keeping our customers safe.
All deliveries are made in refrigerated trucks and minimally handled before reaching its final destination. Our farmers have been trained in food safety and have received Tier 1 & 2 food safety certifications from the New Mexico Farmers Marketing Association and/or the Produce Safety Alliance certification via NMSU.