The Yellowhammer State grows a wide range of fruits and vegetables, thanks to a mild climate and long growing season. Publix sources several kinds of cabbage from Alabama, as well as squash, tomatoes, and zucchini. Below are a few of our produce partners who source from Alabama.
B&W works with local farms all across the South to find the best produce for Publix. From May until the first frost in October, B&W sources arugula and watercress for us in Alabama.
In addition to tending their own farms in Alabama, Flavor 1st works with a number of other Alabama tomato farmers to get the best possible product for Publix.
See our sourcing philosophy to understand where Publix gets our produce—and why.
See what’s growing on in the Sunshine State (where Publix began).
Check out the harvest that comes to Publix from North and South Carolina.
Old Dominion yields many different crops, including ever-popular staples such as potatoes, apples, and herbs.
Take a look at what we get from the Peach State in addition to peaches.
Discover how the Volunteer State produces much more than music.