Beulah Farms is an example of a local producer of food. Our eggs are distributed in the Atlanta to Chattanooga region. Turnip Truck in Atlanta distributes our eggs to about 75 high-end restaurants in Atlanta and the surrounding area. Our eggs are available at many health food stores and small food retailers.

In Chattanooga our eggs are available at the Market on the Mountain.

Rise n Shine Organic Farm has our eggs available to their CSA customers and at Freedom Market in Atlanta.

Nature's Garden Express provides our eggs to their customers through their box delivery of local and organic food to your doorstep. This company ships nationwide and delivers in the Atlanta area.

"Local food", "local food movement" or "locavores" are a movement which aims to connect food producers and food consumers in the same geographic region, in order to develop more self-reliant and resilient food networks; improve local economies; or to have an impact on the health, environment, community, or society of a particular place.[1] The term has also been extended to include not only the geographic location of supplier and consumer but can also be "defined in terms of social and supply chain characteristics."[2] For example, local food initiatives often promote sustainable and organic farming practices, although these are not explicitly related to the geographic proximity of producer and consumer.

Local food represents an alternative to the global food model, a model which often sees food travelling long distances before it reaches the consumer. A local food network involves relationships between food producers, distributors, retailers, and consumers in a particular place, where they work together to increase food security and ensure economic, ecological and social sustainability of a community.

​Beulah Farms Produces Locally Grown Food