Are you food insecure? Here's Berkeleyside's list of places with free and low-cost resources.
Local food markets must follow health department requirements in order to remain open, but some people feel more comfortable utilizing markets and producers offering mail-order, pickup, and delivery. Check out this list from the SF Chronicle, or this one from the Good Food Foundation.
COO MOO, it’s our jam
Julie Deck is the artisanal genius behind Coo Moo Jams. Her passion, enthusiasm and experience shine through in every delicious bite of her delightful creations. From her thoughtfully crafted recipes, to her selection of locally sourced and unique ingredients; the result is a mouthwatering explosion of flavors that have fans raving in delight.
Coo Moo Jams are currently sold at Gursky Ranch, McCauley Olive Oil Store , Brentwood Craft Beer and Cider, and Sip & Scoop in Brentwood, California, and you can always order online at: View Products
510.206.0685 | flyingnoir.net
The Local Butcher Shop
Open regular hours with accommodations for safe shopping. Online ordering encouraged for delivery or porch pick-up. They have a full set of very helpful instructions for safe shopping on their website, and also a nice discount on pantry supplies.
Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Company
Point Reyes Station | 800.591.6878 pointreyescheese.com
Artisan cheese made on the farm by hand from pasture-raised cows. Through the end of the CA Shelter-in-Place mandate, they offer free shipping on all 2nd day shipping in the contiguous U.S.