St Bethany Fresh - English Seedless Cucumbers!

St Bethany Fresh Kids' CukesYour favorite tomato grower now has English seedless cucumbers!   Along with "regular" cucumbers, try St Bethany Fresh Kids' Cukes Pick some up today at one of the 26 Whole Foods locations in MS, AL, NC, GA, SC and TN., including Memphis, TN at 5022 Poplar Avenue and soon in Jackson, MS.  Other locations include Sprint Mart convenience stores in Tupelo, Corinth and Starkville, Todd's Big Star, and Westend Grocery. 

Read about St Bethany in Mississippi Farm Country Magazine


Coming this fall, look for St. Bethany Fresh tomatoes in 26 Whole Foods Market locations in MS, AL, NC, GA, SC and TN., including Memphis, TN at 5022 Poplar Avenue and soon in Jackson, MS - opening this fall.


Coming this fall - get your St. Bethany Fresh tomatoes at

82 Sprint Mart locations in north Mississippi.

- St Bethany Fresh is a Member of CDF -

Be the go-to person in your neighborhood for fresh tomatoes!
Purchase 10 or more cases and receive wholesale pricing.  Earn extra money or simply pass the savings along to neighbors, friends and relatives.
Contact us today for more information.

Enjoy St Bethany Fresh tomatoes at the new South restaurant in Tupelo.

We are proud to welcome Sprint Mart Convenience stores
to the St. Bethany Fresh family.

When you're in Memphis, please consider visiting these fine restaurants where you can enjoy St Bethany Fresh tomatoes;

Majestic Grille - 145 S. Main Street - Downtown Memphis
River Oaks Restaurant - 5781 Poplar Avenue - Memphis
Bleu Restaurant (Westin Hotel) - 221 South 3rd Street - Memphis
Eighty 3 Restaurant (Madison Hotel) - 79 Madison Ave. - Memphis


Get St Bethany Fresh tomatoes at these locations:

At our farm location on Kings Highway - map below
West End Grocery on the Lee & Pontotoc county line on Highway 6
Philips Garden Center - Cliff Gookin Boulevard in Tupelo
Neon Pig Cafe and Grocery - 1203 N. Gloster Tupelo, MS
Palmer's Supermarket - 1005 E. Main Street Tupelo, MS
Blue Canoe - 2006 N. Gloster St. - Tupelo, MS
Farmer's Markets in Tupelo, Oxford, New Albany, Memphis
Food Giant - Fulton, MS

Eat Healthy, Eat Fresh, Eat LOCAL -- 662-213-2028

  • What sets St Bethany Fresh apart?  For the first time ever, Northeast Mississippians have a healthy option for fresh produce - year round.  That is what sets us apart.  With the largest commercial, totally computer controlled facility in Northeast Mississippi, the general public, as well as food providers such as hospitals, schools, restaurants, and grocery stores will have the option to purchase healthy, fresh, local produce year round as opposed to the typical 2 to 3 month local growing period.
  • NO CHEMICAL PESTICIDES USED IN THIS FACILITY
  • WATER CONSERVATION - St Bethany Fresh is extremely water conservation conscious and uses 1/20 of the amount of water compared to conventional irrigation systems.  St Bethany Fresh uses reverse osmosis to remove impurities from the water before the water goes to the roots of the plants.
  • St Bethany Fresh will be open to the public, as well as to food providers, to actually come on site and see how their produce is grown.
  • St Bethany Fresh plans to make the facility available to local school systems in Northeast Mississippi for science teachers to use as a visual tool to teach dozens, if not hundreds, of science lessons (examples: periodic tables, plant physiology, the weather, etc.).
  • St Bethany Fresh looks forward to being a small part in helping meet the growing demands for healthy, local, fresh, chemical pesticide free produce.  We want the general public, as well as food providers, to have a healthy option year round.  St Bethany Fresh hopes that what we are doing will encourage entrepreneurs, farmers, and investors to build more organic farms, more hydroponic facilities, so this generation and the generations to come will have more and more opportunities to buy healthy, buy fresh, buy LOCAL.

High-tech grower meets local demand

By Linda Breazeale
MSU Ag Communications

St. Bethany fresh tomato plant click to enlarge
Dillon Harris of the Furrs Community in Pontotoc County adjusts the 30-foot tomato vines in the 12,000-square-foot greenhouse at St Bethany Fresh on Aug. 2, 2012. (Photo by MSU Ag Communications/Linda Breazeale)

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These 8-month-old hydroponic tomato vines are 30 feet long and producing close to 4,000 pounds of tomatoes per week at St Bethany Fresh farm in Pontotoc County on Aug. 2, 2012. The 3,000 plants in the 12,000-square-foot greenhouse produced 6,000 pounds of tomatoes per week during the peak weeks in April and May. (Photo by MSU Ag Communications/Linda Breazeale)

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