What Can We Learn From Our Farmers?

How Many Certified Farmers Available in California?

568 Certified Producers

Learn how JohnsMealTicket seeks to serve our Food Buisnesses (Certified Farmers Market Managers, Resturants, etc) to present our local farmers with a click of a button.

What will JohnsMealTickets’ service provide about our Farmers ?

View Pictures of the Produce Harvested by the Farmers. Even seeing it on paper can never outmatch the presentation of a bright red juicy apple.


Not every farmer is easy to be found online unless you know where to look. Capture a aerial imagery view of the location to gain valuable info about the business.


Select suitable professional farmers to provide key ingredients to create various possibilities to benefit a customer.



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Joining this service is to help our community learn about our farmers responsibility and dedication to delivery fresh quality produce to their customers. We make it easy to find the best buisness for our farmers for our customers to access by respectfully following our policy.

4 thoughts on “What Can We Learn From Our Farmers?”

  1. Connecting local farmers with customers that might not otherwise find them, is a brilliant idea. Does one need to be a certified California farmer to be part of the service? Or can farmers from areas outside California also be eligible to join?

    So, if I understand correctly, John’s Meal Ticket is a service that would work like an app, in that it will connect customers with local farmers. So is that indeed the case? 

    What do you actually mean by a professional farmer? Would that be a farmer that also has a nutritional or dietician qualification? How and where does the CDFA fit in? Thank you for clarifying. 

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    • Hi LineCowley, before any farmer wants to sell their produce at any Market, our state and federal require our farmers to undergo multiple certifications to be a reliable, safe food source. As a farmer, I don’t have current information on the types of regulations each state follows compared to California farmers. Especially different types of organic farmers. Since the creation of this comment. Our service is reviewing future alternatives to deliver and connect with our customers. An app is on the to-do list, especially a functional app without internet services. We currently only reach certified farmers under the CDFA as we manage our network. Our goal is to broaden with organic farmers, for example, under the CCOF in California.  

      Thanks so much for your comment! I’m glad you found my article helpful. If you have any questions or believe there should be more articles to support our farmers, even outside CA. Leave a comment. Thank you. Have a great day!

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  2. That is a SUPERB idea! Connecting farmers to customers! That serves several types of customers : customers who do not live in the countryside so an app definitely helps, and for people for who do live in the countryside but do not know of any farmers they could do direct business with. I know some of my friends get their vegetables directly from a farm but it is usually because they know the farmer (friend, family friend…). I know I would love to get my vegetables from a farmer too, but I don’t know of any farm… Idea is great! I will have to check if it exists where I live!

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