Listings in Desert Foods
Arizona Cactus Ranch is surrounded by Engelmann Prickly Pear Cactus. Every August and September fruit buds from the cactus are harvested to produce 100% pure, concentrated prickly pear nectar with no sugar or preservatives added.
P.O. Box 8
Green Valley, Arizona 85622
A Non-Profit Service to the Community of Tubac and Beyond Originally started in Sedona, Arizona in 1994, we supported more than 100 people with fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs, meat, and dairy products.
P.O. Box 4910
Tubac, Arizona 85646
Cheri's all-natural products are made from fresh fruits and vegetables indigenous to the Sonoran Desert. Only the freshest prickly pear cactus fruit, citrus, honey, sweet peppers, and hot chile peppers are used in her preserves.
1840 E Winsett St
Tucson, Arizona 85719
I am a Wild Desert Food Educator at Desert Botanical Gardens and Desert Institute of Gardening. In addition to teaching Sonoran Desert foraging for food and medicine, I transform yards into edible native food forests while promoting permaculture.
TOCA is dedicated to creating a healthy, sustainable and culturally vital community on the Tohono O'odham Nation in Southern Arizona.
Our mission is to express appreciation of the desert Southwest and to teach skills and joys of desert inhabitation.
Growing Community One Garden at a Time. Our mission is to support the development of a sustainable and just local food system in Ajo, Arizona and the surrounding region.
400 W Vananda Ave.
Ajo, Arizona 85321
The San Xavier Cooperative Association (SXCA) is committed to healthy farming practices and growing traditional crops to support the cultural and environmental values, as well as support economic development within the community.
8100 South Oidak Wog
Tucson, Arizona 85746
Our salsa or hot sauce is made of all natural ingredients and is the perfect companion for chips and the most elaborate dishes, which has made it the favorite of many Tucsonans.