Kula Cafe in Asbury Park is now offering home delivery of its produce on Saturdays.
Local pick up at the farm will remain on Fridays between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
The farm has added more products to the online webshop and more will be come available throughout the season. There are now several varieties of microgreens available. Follow updates at www.interfaithneighbors.org/kula-cafe
“Growing food in an urban area keeps us connected to the community of citizens that we work to serve,” according to a release from the farm.
Everything grown at Kula is distributed to people who live within a five mile radius of the farm, at the food pantry next door to the farm or at restaurants less than a mile away.
“Considering the food miles that most of our calories travel we are proud to serve our community by growing food and creating safe and healthy ecological spaces for the neighborhood.”
This spring Kula Farm received a generous donations of plants from Hockhockson Farm in Colts Neck allowing them to donate over 70 flats of vegetables to the many community, church and food pantry gardens in Monmouth County.
“This season we have witnessed great collective action behind food access from the work of area churches, food pantries and soup kitchens and The Asbury Park Dinner Table to the many individuals and community gardens that work everyday to bring fresh food to those affected by economic injustice or social circumstances.”
The Friday plant sale is still open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The farm is observing social distancing guidelines by allowing up to three people to shop at one time.