Together, North and South Carolina offer a delicious variety of produce—from beets to blackberries, and cabbage to corn. A few of our growers are highlighted below.
The Flavor 1st family roots run deeply in the produce industry, dating to 1798, when James Noble Johnson began farming in Buncombe County, North Carolina. Seven generations later, his descendants continue to grow, pack, and ship produce as Flavor 1st Growers & Packers.
When Randy Bailey fell in love with spicy Mexican food at a young age, he decided what he wanted to grow on his dad’s farm: chile peppers. Now, 25 years later, Bailey Farms has made quite a name for itself in the specialty pepper business, offering a tremendous number of varieties.
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).
Discover how the Volunteer State produces much more than music.
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.
Get a taste of what the Yellowhammer State brings to the table.