3007 Roman Road, Palmetto, FL 34221


©2019 by Drunken Cabbage Farm


Commercial Partnerships

If you are a Tampa Bay area chef, retailer, caterer, or other food service professional looking to partner with local farms for organically grown, farm fresh microgreens and seasonal produce, we want to be your preferred farm to table provider.

How do I qualify?

Complete our application form which asks a few basic questions and allows us to set up your account with us.


We strive to process all applications and respond to all requests within 24 business hours.

How do I order?

Once your application is accepted, you will work directly with Jessica Kesler, Farm Operations Manager around pricing, ordering and delivery. We have a specialized commercial harvest menu and customized rate sheet that will be sent to you via email upon acceptance.

What payment options are available?

We are partnered with Square as our processor and we accept all major credit cards.

We also offer Net 15 invoicing in some circumstances.

Our Farm Operations Manager will work with you to personalize your billing experience.

When will I get my order?

We harvest commercial orders every Friday and commit to delivery same day. Since we grow to order we require all orders to be placed no later then Tuesday of the previous week for your product to be harvest ready by Friday.

Is Delivery Free?

We offer free delivery to all commercial accounts within 25 miles of our farm.

For accounts outside 25 miles we require a small fee to cover transport and tolls. This will be calculated for you as part of your invoicing. 

I need product earlier in the week, are there options?

We are happy to add you to our direct to consumer production queue which is grown to be available on Wednesdays. We can do our best to work with you for delivery options if you are within 25 miles of our farm.

When do you offer new crops?

We recognize as food professionals, having variety is key to your business. At Drunken Cabbage Farm we have an R&D program running in parallel to our production queue so we can add new specialty farm to table products and seasonal produce on a regular cadence.

However, to maintain our core cultivation principles and ensure weekly supply, we will never rush a product into our production queue without first knowing we can grow to our standard every cycle and meet order demand every cycle.

We do welcome requests and will do our best to prioritize crop testing and release based on customer demand.

I see you have a farm store, do you have a commercial log in?

Not yet, but we are in the process of building a specialty wholesale farm store that will give our commercial partners a private log in and personalized ordering experience.

We appreciate your patience while this is still under construction.