fresh alaskan food, from our farmers to your family
Arctic Harvest Deliveries connects Alaska grown food with local Alaskans. We are the only delivery service in the state that sources exclusively Alaskan produce, eggs, meat, and other local farm products. Join our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program to receive regular boxes of fresh, local produce delivered to a neighborhood near you. Make your commitment to eating healthy & local this season, sign up for your produce box delivery today!
order your alaska grown groceries with us!
Ordering is open noon Friday - 11 pm Monday each week
Pickup is via curbside service at our Spenard warehouse
Pickup options are:
Wednesday noon - 2pm
Thursday 2 - 4pm
Thursday 4 - 6pm
We are now offering free home delivery to high risk populations Wednesdays 3 -5pm
To place an order over the phone call 608-512-3966
summer csa signups will open late april
"Wow-amazing box this week! Can’t wait to try the rest! So glad I switched from Full Circle Farm to your company!!"
-Julie J., Summer CSA Member
better quality & nutrition
Produce begins to degrade and lose nutritional value as soon as it's harvested, so the faster it gets from the field to your plate, the better it is for you. Our local products are harvested to order and typically aren't more than a couple days out of ground before you get them. In contrast, items on the grocery store shelves, which travel on average 2000 miles to get here, may be weeks old when you buy them.
Supports Our Local Economy
Currently, around 95% of the food eaten in Alaska is imported, meaning almost all of our food dollars are leaving the state. When you purchase local food, your dollars go directly back into the local economy. According to the Alaska Division of Agriculture, if every Alaskan purchased just $5 a week of local produce, that would amount to an $180 million boost to the Alaskan economy.
increased Food Security
We only have about five days worth of food on our grocery store shelves. Food shipped up from outside travels long distances and through difficult environments to get here, making our supply chain highly susceptible to disruptions from weather and equipment malfunctions. This leaves