FUTURE OF FOOD
At Chipotle, we work with small family farms who share our belief in Food with Integrity. That means they do things like treat their animals with respect, prioritize the planet, and avoid antibiotics and growth hormones altogether.
The Chipotle Farmers Market connects you directly with a few of the family farmers we’ve partnered with for years. Food raised responsibly, straight from the source. Shop directly from these farms below.
We believe there’s a connection between how food is grown, raised, and prepared, and how it tastes.
Some of our farming family
Network of Family Farms that Supply Chipotle with Humanely-Raised Pork for Carnitas
Humane and sustainable. That’s what Niman Ranch and its network of U.S. family farmers stand for, with their animals raised on pasture or in deeply bedded pens and with no antibiotics or added hormones—ever. Beyond animal care, Niman Ranch is also a leader in supporting the next generation of farmers. Learn more
Supplies Chipotle with cow-friendly Monterey Jack
This Northern California based creamery has been serving more than just responsibly-raised dairy for over 100 years. They’ve also been serving over 10 Sonoma County dairy farming families. Because Food with Integrity starts there, with the local people who believe in raising food right. Learn more
McKASKLE FAMILY FARMS
Supplies Chipotle with organically grown long-grain rice
Farm fact: they were the first to supply Chipotle with organic, non-GMO white and brown rice. We’ve helped them make the costly transition from conventional to organic. They’ve helped us serve up the best grains possible. Learn more
Their Aged Monterey Jack Cheese Comes From Small Family Farms in Wisconsin
This fourth generation family-owned cheese company in Wisconsin creates artisan cheese from responsibly-sourced dairy. Together, we started the Cows First Program, just one more initiative that supports both of our dreams for a better future for food (We love you, Wisconsin!). Learn more
Other ways we’re supporting farmers
Meet a few of the grant recipients
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