Village Garden RVA is the chef and chile-lover's choice for delicious, fresh, high quality organic and chemical-free herbs, chile, spices, seasonings and specialty items for the well stocked, healthy pantry. We have our origins in family farming, starting in childhood with the important job of helping put food on the table, and now on 10 sustainably managed acres near Richmond Virginia, helping to put food on yours. In 2017 we are growing 100 types of chile (most of them very hot!) and 150 types of tomato. You might enjoy one of our fresh and juicy heirlooms at one of central Virginia's finer family restaurants. Our herb, spice and HOT chili blends have become so popular at area farmer's markets that we've been asked by customers near and far to expand our reach---now you can get your finest culinary blends no matter where you live!
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A few things that are important for you to know: we use only certified organic sources or our own chemical-free, home grown produce for all our herb and spice blends, because we want you and your family to have the healthiest and freshest food possible. And we are passionate about what we do---crop diversity, seed saving, advocating for local food systems and rare, exotic offerings are important to us, along with your utmost satisfaction with our products. If you are ever unhappy with a Village Garden RVA purchase, please let us know and we'll do everything we reasonably can to make it right. One human family, brought together by the traditions and creative possibilities of man's first venture into civilization---sharing great dishes around the dinner table---that's what Village Garden RVA is all about. We love what we do and we hope you will too.
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