Frequently Asked Questions

More than just great farm fresh food.

Going Away?

Tell us your preference:

 

  1. CHANGE DELIVERY DATE. Changing a delivery date simply reschedules your delivery. It remains at the same pickup location but just on a different week.  Your payment will be moved accordingly.
  2. CHANGE LOCATION. Changing a delivery location allows you to pickup at another location.  You can make this change within the same week as the original delivery or can move it to another available week.  Your payment will be moved accordingly.
  3. PLACING A DELIVERY HOLD. Placing a “hold” on your delivery will result in forfeiting that box for the week. It is preferred that you either change the delivery date or location rather than just putting your box on hold. Held boxes can manually be re-scheduled with assistance from Harvie Support before the season ends. You are limited to three holds per year.

Customized Boxes

Customized boxes based on what you want!

Not a fan of beets? Have lettuce left from last week? Customized boxes will allow you to select preferences at sign-up and then customize each week based on our harvest. This will help you eat everything in your box because you’ll love everything you are getting.

Want “extra” items from the farm? With just a few clicks of a button, we’ll put those in your box. Which means less trips to the grocery store and more time in your day!

Reduce Food Waste

We’ve got a lot of great resources, including a Private “Members Only” Facebook Group to support you in using up all the contents of your bag.  Fantastic weekly food education that comes right in you inbox each week, that makes life easier as you grow and learn.

Additionally, Riehm’s takes this one step further and donates any surplus harvest to the community at several of our local pick-up locations. Resulting in 2018 with over $10,000 in total products given to these location:

  • University Church of Toledo. Nutrition education, recipes, and cooking tips are provided weekly along with the fresh fruit and vegetables to folks living in poverty in the Toledo food deserts.
  • Findlay Community Churches. Provided fresh fruit and vegetables to help to supplement low income individuals weekly.
  • Bowling Green’s Brown Bag Food Project, Provided fresh fruit and vegetables to supports people in crisis Wood county.

Recipes

Fridge full of food but nothing for dinner? We’ve partnered with Harvie who is working hard to provide you with recipe suggestions, cooking tips, storage, and food prep resources so you won’t be scrambling to get dinner on the table.

Also our well acclaimed e-newsletter with Farm Happenings will include tips and more! For more recipes now, search here.

Have questions? While your farmers are out working hard in the fields, click here> Harvie is on standby to provide you with excellent customer service.

Harvest Schedule

June

Arugula, bok coy, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, collards, fennel, kale, kohlrabi, lettuce, scallions, sugar snap peas, radish, spinach, summer squash, swish chard, zucchini.

Sept

Sweet corn, broccoli, beans, kale, tomatoes, candy onions, beets, herbs, cucumber, eggplant, peppers, potatoes, zucchini, Swiss Chard, fall

Nov-Feb

As our gardens wind down our cool weather harvest crops remain, we offer a Fall/Winter Farm Share. It includes: beets, carrots, kale, lettuce, sweet potato, winter squashes, kohlrabi, brussel sprouts, spinach, broccoli, potato, cabbage, onion.

July

Sweet corn, kale potatoes, tomatoes, candy onion, herbs, eggplant, beets, beans, zucchini, collards, lettuce, sweet pepper, cucumber, Swiss chard

October

Candy onion, radishes, tomatoes, pumpkins, lettuce, kohlrabi, brussel sprouts, cabbage, winter squashes, broccoli, spinach, leeks, sweet potato.

August

Eggplant, tomatoes, sweet corn, cucumber, broccoli, beans, potatoes, herbs, beets, peppers, candy onion, tomatillo, patty pan, zucchini, summer squash

Fruit (June-Oct)

Strawberry, cherry, raspberry, apricot, peach, plums, cantaloupe, watermelon, apples, blackberry, blueberry, pears, grapes (maybe). Because many of these fruit grow on trees we source them from a local orchard. We do not know of any organic orchards in Northern Ohio so they are conventionally grown and separate from our CSA “veggie” shares

Upcoming Events

Riehm Produce Farm, LLC
7244 N. State Route 53
Tiffin, OH 44883
419.992.4392
riehmfarms@gmail.com