Eating Healthy is important to help maintain our overall good health and organic choices and fresh produce are just a few ways to achieve this. At GROW South bay you can purchase the finest cuts of meat and fish, indulge in tasty gluten-free food, get lost in artisan cheeses, and select gourmet items that will fit your lifestyle.
Their Meat is definitely high quality as it is pasture raised, organic and NON- GMO.They sell prime filet mignon and it is the best steak on your grill possible! If you like pork chops, GROW has the moist tender cuts of pork you will find anywhere. You can even buy white salmon from Alaska at GROW.
If you are Vegan or vegetarian you will have a great selection of choices. All of their Soups, breads and breads are top quality and the legumes and nuts in the bins are awesome!
On a recent trip to Idyllwild with Connect Her Media, we sampled a nice selection of GROW’S offerings and were very impressed. My favorite was their salsa. It was thick, and hearty with lots of fresh tomatoes and onions and even some big ingredients to make it chunky like Avocado and black beans. This salsa pairs well with anything. Chips, crackers and even eggs for breakfast. Another runner-up was Asha Pops. I discovered that they are popped water-lily seeds and they are fantastic! You can get these gems at GROW.
Does GROW Deliver?
YES!! GROW charges a $7.99 flat fee for all home delivery orders and there is a $49 minimum for all home delivery orders. GROW home delivery service is available Monday through Saturday by 7am to Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach and El Segundo. They do not deliver on Sundays
GROW is a community role model. They give back in many ways. Their main focus is local schools. They support education foundations, fun runs, silent auctions, garden programs, sports teams, Growing Great and Harvest of the Month. In addition, they donate to Sandpipers, Neptunian, Rotary, AMS, CTJ, Jimmy Miller Foundation and other local organizations. Besides financial and product donation, they also give our time. the owner, Kathy, hosts field trips, educating local students on the process of farm-to-fork. Her goal is to excite children to eat healthy with fun facts about fruits and vegetables. Barry her husband and owner meets with Mommy and Me classes in the South Bay to educate families on eating healthy.