Organic Fruits and Vegetables

Kenwood Organic Produce is your local neighborhood source for fresh organic produce. Locally owned and operated by your neighbors, shop us first for the healthiest fresh fruits and vegetables.


We deliver fresh organic produce
to all of Pinellas County

We are based out of the
Historic Kenwood Neighborhood
in Saint Petersburg.


Hours of Operation

Each week We deliver fresh produce
Tue, Wed, Fri and Sat
And local dairy on Mondays

An organic diet increases consumption of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and essential fatty acids.

Non-organic food often contains harmful hormones and pesticides

Kenwoods Organic

We are a small mom and pop operation based out of the Kenwood Neighborhood of St Petersburg Florida.

We strive to be a Zero Waste operation by delivering produce in reused cardboard boxes. Please consider returning your boxes. We will pick them up on your next delivery!

Fresh Access Bucks

Kenwood Organic Produce is a part of the Fresh Access Bucks program providing fresh produce to communities that need it. If you have EBT, then Kenwood Organic Produce can double your dollars on Florida grown produce. Our local harvest box is $10 off your EBT balance with the matching Fresh Access Bucks benefits. Other incentives imply if you are a repeat FAB/EBT purchaser.

Harmonious Greens

We are proud to carry lettuce from
Harmonious Greens of Tampa.

Hydroponic farm (no dirt, no chemicals,
pesticide-free) Non-GMO seeds

Why Organic?

We believe everyone should be able to eat the healthiest food possible without paying too much.

The Dirty Dozen (2020)

The list of fruit and vegies to always buy organic

  • 1 Strawberries
  • 2 Spinach
  • 3 Kale NEW
  • 4 Nectarines
  • 5 Apples
  • 6 Grapes
  • 7 Peaches
  • 8 Cherries
  • 9 Pears
  • 10 Tomatoes
  • 11 Celery
  • 12 Potatoes
  • 13 Hot Peppers

  • Enviromental Working Group Key Findings

    More than 98 percent of samples of non-organic strawberries, spinach, peaches, nectarines, cherries and apples tested positive for residue of at least one pesticide.

    A single sample of strawberries showed 20 different pesticides.

    Spinach samples had, on average, 1.8 times as much pesticide residue by weight than any other crop.

    Source EWG

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