Liberation Farms

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Liberation Farms Wholesale Products

Liberation Farms grows and distributes fresh, local produce to help build strong and healthy communities. We are proud to offer high-quality, chemical-free vegetables, including specialty and rare varieties. This community-led program assists over 212 new American farmers by offering access to land, seeds, trainings, and technical assistance. Farming is an integral part of the Bantus’ cultural heritage and each farmer has adapted generations of agricultural knowledge to Maine’s unique climate and growing season. Each purchase from Liberation Farms truly makes a difference in the lives of these hardworking New American farmers and their families.

A farmer at the farmers market

2021 Wholesale Price & Availability List

Our wholesale price and availability list is available for download.

Weekly Availability List

If you would like to receive our weekly produce availability list that is distributed every Wednesday during the growing season, please contact Kristina Kalolo at kristina@somalibantumaine.org.

Ordering

For inquiries, or to place an order, please contact: Kristina Kalolo, Markets Manager at (860) 961-7058 or kristina@somalibantumaine.org. 

Farmers Markets & Farm Stands 2021

You can find us now at the Yarmouth Farmers Market  and at the Alan Day Community Farmers Market. We accept SNAP, WIC, credit cards, cash, and check!   

Liberation Farms Retail Products

Buy Liberation Farms Cornmeal from Maine Grains

Maine Grains cornmeal from Liberation Farms

“Liberation Farms cornmeal is a traditional, stone milled medium grind corn meal that supports over 200 Somali Bantu families who grow fresh, culturally relevant produce with Liberation Farms in Auburn, Maine to build food and economic security for their community.

 

In addition to our purchase of corn from Liberation Farms, Maine Grains will contribute 5% of proceeds back to the Somali Bantu Community Association which provides new American farmers access to, and culturally appropriate resources for the means of sustainable food production for themselves, their families, and their communities. This cornmeal can be used to make your favorite cornbread, as breading, or, try our recipe on the bag for traditional African Muufo Flatbreads which are delicious with butter, sautéed vegetables, or dipped in a hearty stew.” 

In addition to purchasing directly from Maine Grains, Crown of Maine Organic Co-op, Native Maine, Downeast Foods are distributors that also carry this product. You can find the cornmeal for retail purchase at the following grocery stores: 
 
Belfast Co-op, Belfast, ME
Holly Hill Farm, Cohasset, MA
Willimantic Food Co-op, Willimantic, CT
Hawes Fine Foods, Providence, RI
Spear Spring Farm, Warren, ME
Anarosa’s Bakery, Salisbury, MA
Pastaio Via Corta, Gloucester, MA

Purchase our Somali flint corn stone-ground and milled at Night Moves Bread in Biddeford.

Purchase our Somali flint corn stone-ground and milled in Biddeford. Also keep an eye out for their weekly offerings, as they incorporate the milled corn into some of their delicious speciality breads.
Bread loaves from Night Moves

Purchase Tortilleria Pachanga tortillas made with our Liberation Farms corn