Our current list of seasonal produce available to the public includes Hass and Reed Avocados, Passionfruit, and California Grown Specialty Coffee. We sell our fruit seasonally on our website in boxes shipped via USPS. Our coffee is processed and offered for sale by Frinj coffee seasonally.
The best way to keep up to date about availability is to follow our Instagram or Facebook accounts. As a small farm, we have a limited amount of produce for sale and it often sells out quickly. During the season, we only ship once a week so we limit availability and then reset the quantities every week, usually on Tuesday.
Our Hass avocados are generally available from March through June and we sell a limited quantity of weekly boxes online, shipped on Tuesdays for ideal delivery circumstances.
Reed avocados are usually available from August through September.
Passionfruit has two fruiting seasons each year, approximately January/February and August/September. We also sell these boxes weekly on our website during harvest season.
No, we have a small team and cannot accommodate local pickup, but you may be able to find our fruit at a local vendor. Follow our social media accounts for more information.
At this time we don’t have a storefront or a presence at farmer’s markets. During the season, we do provide some local Oceanside grocery stores, restaurants, and vendors with fresh avocados, including Cream of the Crop Natural Foods Market, Living Tea Brewing Company, and Banana Dang Coffee Shop, among others.
No, our farm is not open to the public.
While we appreciate the many offers and inquiries we receive, we are not positioned to accept volunteers or interns at this time and do not have any positions available.
Our Mraz Family Farms coffee is a specialty product sold through our partner and mentor, Frinj Coffee at www.frinj.com. Frinj manages post-harvest and marketing of the coffee we grow which is available in small quantities on their website from time to time. They may find a buyer to distribute our coffee, as they did in 2019 with Bird Rock Coffee Roasters in San Diego and Saza Coffee in Japan, or they may release either green coffee beans or roasted beans on their website. If our coffee is not available, you can still find rare, amazing specialty California grown coffee on their website and support small family farms!