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Use our 'CNFM' Centerview Neighborhood Farmers Market App

Becoming organic on the move is now even easier, simply download our app and start and stay up to date on new harvest and special offers today!

Why Choose Us

100% Organic Foods

Everything Organic!

This is our motto and as a community you can expect that we will produce some of the best fresh organic fruit vegetables and spices in Carson delivering the best 100% organic foods in our community and beyond. Working with more than 200 residence our collective growing efforts will exceed our own needs making extending good food beyond our community is ideal for us.  Thank you for being apart of the Centerview Neighborhood Farmers Market.


We are growing fruits vegetables and herbs and spices, while producing products like juices pies and dishes.

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Delivery Network

We are developing an effective and fast delivery network which brings the products to your Restaurant  up to 48 hours.

Pick ups

What better way to know what your getting than to visit one of our growers and pick it fresh yourself.

We are just ramping up with CNFM

Join us now as we grow.  Network with other local growers and get tips on how best to grow your product(s) of choice.

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Fun Fact

Mint Vs Insects

Mint leaves

Mint is an economical and effective, nontoxic insect deterrent. Particularly useful in keeping mosquitoes, ants, and flies at bay, mint can be used and prepared in numerous ways to fend off in pests in your home and yard.

Tip: Growing your own mint will save you even more money. However, be aware that mint is an invasive plant and can take over an area very quickly. Plant mint in a large coffee can with the bottom cut out to keep it from taking over your garden.

Sachet Bags

Begin by placing mint leaves in several sachet bags. Place these around your house, especially in areas where flies are particularly problematic. Break the mint leaves when placing them in the bag to release some of the natural oils and scent that keep bugs away.

Crushed Mint Leaves

In places where ants are a problem, crush some dried mint leaves and sprinkle them around. You can also use mint tea bags if you do not have fresh mint.

Insect Repellant Spray

Create a homemade insect repellant using a ratio of five parts rubbing alcohol to one part peppermint oil. Spray this mixture on your body before going outdoors.

Alternatively, you can cut fresh leaves, peppermint leaves and citrus (orange or lemon) peels to make a deterrent. Place the pieces in a small pan covered with water and bring to a boil. Allow the mixture to sit overnight, and then in the morning, strain the liquid. Mix the mint-scented water with an equal part rubbing alcohol and put in a spray bottle to use as insect repellant.

Plant different varieties of mint in your yard or garden to keep mosquitoes away. Use bubblegum mint, hummingbird mint, and giant hummingbird mint plants in your landscaping as a natural repellant. When enjoying your yard or when mosquito problems are particularly bad, crush a few of the leaves on the plant to release the scent and oils.

Tip: Cut mint to the ground and cover with compost at the end of each growing season.

Protect Your Animals

Use mint on your cats and dogs to keep biting insects off of them. As usual, crush a few mint leaves to release the oils, and then rub the substance on your cat or dog’s fur before they go outside.

Mint is an effective and safe insect repellant. Use these different applications and see how you can keep bugs away without using harsh chemicals. As an added bonus, mint is a very pleasant smell alternative to chemical insect deterrents.

Recipe Of The Day

Coconut Curry

  • Serves: 4
  • Preparation Time: 30 mins
  • Ingredients:
  • 500g broccoli
  • 400g carrots
  • 200g peas, fresh or frozen
  • 2 medium sized onions
  • 3 garlic cloves
  • 200ml coconut milk (unsweetened)
  • 200ml yeast-free vegetable stock
  • 1 lemon (unwaxed)
  • 2 tbsp coconut oil
  • 2 tsp curry powder
  • Optional: Himalayan crystal salt or celtic sea salt
  • Freshly ground black pepper


Peel the onions and cut into small pieces.

Peel the garlic cloves and chop into fine pieces.

Wash and drain the broccoli and carrots. Separate the broccoli florets from the stem and cut the carrots into thin slices.

Heat 2 tbs of oil in a large frying pan. Gently fry the onion, garlic and curry powder and shortly roast.

Add the broccoli and carrots, season with a little bit of salt and briefly fry. Pour in the coconut milk and stock, season with 1/2 tsp grated lemon peel and cover the pan with a lid. Gently cook for about 12 minutes.

Season the curry with salt, pepper, 1 tbsp lemon juice and curry powder. Quickly bring back to boil and then serve.

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People eating organic food 25%
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On the other hand, we denounce with righteous indignation and dislike men who are so beguiled and demoralized by the charms of pleasure of the moment, so blinded by desire, that they cannot foresee the pain and trouble that are bound to ensue; and equal blame belongs to those who fail in their duty through weakness of will, which is the same as saying through shrinking from toil and pain. These cases are perfectly simple and easy to distinguish.

Weekly Interview: Ibad

Peter: Hershel tell us about how you started to grow organic food?

Hershel: Well, first of all I’ve never been the farmer type. My father had a farm and he wanted me to work hard like him so one day he can leave the farm to me.

Peter: Did you enjoy it at first?

Hershel: Of course not! I was a young boy who just wanted to play with his friends and talk to girls…I was very shy so there wasn’t actually any girl talking (laughing)!

Peter: How did you start working with Organic Food LTD?

Hershel: I was approached by one of your colleagues at the Australian competition “Young Farmer”. We spoaked and he showed me that here are a lot of possibilites before us, that the market is not crowded at all and that we can open people’s eyes for the organic food.

Peter: What kind of food you are producing for our customers?

Hershel: At the beggining I started with potatoes, tomatoes, cucumbers and very small amount of grapes. Now we operate on over 1500 acres and we produce over 200 different vegetables. Also we have another 200 acres only with fruits, forest fruits mainly – strawberries, blueberries and blackberries.

Peter: Did you breed any animals?

Hershel: Yes, we have pigs, cows – from which we get the best organic milk, we have also chickens.

Ibad Malak Yahashra'al

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