Frequently Asked Questions
You probably have questions about how we’ve changed the way you’ll prepare fresh, incredible food. You can find the latest consumer questions and answers from our chefs and if you have a different question, please email us in the form below.
Located at the corner of Northwest 19th Street and Military Trail, adjacent to the Wyndham Hotel in Boca. Right next door to Farmer’s Table with ample parking out front for quick, easy access!
We vacuum seal our meals. This is the freshest and easiest way to recreate a restaurant-cooked meal at home. For up to two weeks, all our dishes will be as fresh and vibrant as if you were to prepare it from scratch the same day. Learn more about our vacuum sealing process and how to heat our foods here.
For your convenience, Farmer’s Table Express allows you to order online at FarmersTableExpress.com or call ahead to 561-409-2727 for your order to be ready when you arrive. Plus, we’ll even keep your credit card on file so it’s faster than ever.
Yes! If you are dining at Farmer’s Table, you can order Farmer’s Table Express through your server. Make life easy by picking up your children’s healthy, ready-made lunch for the next day, snacks and lunch for work or dinner for the whole family to eat the following night. The best part is there is an array of options to choose from including vegan and vegetarian options, gluten free dishes and meals for any kids pallet. We’ve got your entire table covered!
Yes! Aside from our easy to prepare meals, and grab-and-go items, we also sell wine and cold-pressed juices! You’ll have to come by and see for yourself.
Cold-pressed juice refers to juice that uses a hydraulic press to extract juice from fruit and vegetables, as opposed to other methods such as centrifugal or single auger. The cold-pressed process leaves only the pulp which is basically dry. Not only does this create the highest quality nectar, but the final product retains more vitamins, minerals and enzymes. You will find that other traditional or fresh juices typically use heat in their processes which destroys many of those nutritious elements. So, that’s why we offer a delicious selection of cold-pressed drink options for you!
We follow the EWG’s (Environmental Working Group) recommendations for buying Organic produce which are known as “The Dirty Dozen”. This year’s Dirty Dozen includes strawberries, apples, nectarines, peaches, celery, grapes, cherries, spinach, tomatoes, bell peppers, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers. After testing, they found each of these foods tested positive for pesticide residues and showed higher concentrations of pesticides than other produce which is why they are singled out as The Dirty Dozen.