Tyler (KYTX) -- You may not live near a farm, so the farm is coming to you. It's becoming easier than ever to have fresh fruits and vegetables at your fingertips. Recognizing the demand for high-quality produce, big stores are making the extra effort to partner with local growers.
"I buy turnip greens and Noonday onions. I love Noonday onions," Alba Stewart, a customer, said.
"Making these products available is really like bringing local farmers' markets into the stores," David Claiborne, owner of The Tomato Shed, said.
"Often times it's smaller farmers who can supply 2 or 3 stores with their crops," Scott Player, Category Manager Fresh Foods for the Brookshire Grocery Co., said.