Buy Restaurant-Quality Artisanal Vegetables from the Chef’s Garden through a Partnership with Omaha Steaks

Buy Restaurant-Quality Artisanal Vegetables from the Chef’s Garden through a Partnership with Omaha Steaks
Buy Restaurant-Quality Artisanal Vegetables from the Chef’s Garden through a Partnership with Omaha Steaks
Omaha Steaks

Customers will be able to buy the same chef-quality artisanal produce favored by some of the country’s top chefs.

Omaha Steaks, the fifth-generation, family-owned American beef purveyor, has partnered up with the Chef’s Garden to offer artisanal vegetables from the famed, restaurant-focused farm in Huron, Ohio.

The Chef’s Garden, which hosts the annual Roots Conference about a variety of issues related to sustainable food, is also a family-run business where vegetables are taken very, very seriously. Farmer Lee Jones, son of founder Bob Jones, Sr., is well known for his signature red bowtie and his ongoing work to promote well-sourced food.

The new line, available online at Omaha Steaks, includes five different boxes of artisanal produce: the Roasting Box, Juicing Box, Beauty Box (which includes edible flowers), Roots & Shoots Box, and Nature’s Color Box.

All of the vegetables will be grown and hand-picked at The Chef’s Garden farm and shipped directly to consumers.

“Bringing these beautiful restaurant-quality vegetables to our customers aligns perfectly with Omaha Steaks’ commitment to creating and providing wholesome and delicious food that brings people together,” Todd Simon, senior vice president and owner of Omaha Steaks, said in a statement.

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