SEEDING THE
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.

No artificial flavors, colors,
or preservatives

The humane handling
of all animals

No added hormones
or growth promotants


Some of our farming family


NIMAN RANCH

Network of Family Farms that Supply Chipotle with Humanely-Raised Pork for Carnitas

SHOP NIMAN RANCH
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PETALUMA CREAMERY

Supplies Chipotle with cow-friendly Monterey Jack

SHOP PETALUMA CREAMERY
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McKASKLE FAMILY FARMS

Supplies Chipotle with organically grown long-grain rice

SHOP MCKASKLE FARM
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MEISTER

Their Aged Monterey Jack Cheese Comes From Small Family Farms in Wisconsin

SHOP MEISTER
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Other ways we’re supporting farmers

THE CHIPOTLE SEED GRANTS PROGRAM

We partnered with the National Young Farmers Coalition to launch the Chipotle Seed Grants Program, offering $5,000 to 50 farmers under the age of 40. It’s just another way we’re supporting the next generation of farmers.


Meet a few of the grant recipients

Caroline Baptist

Caroline runs a regenerative, small-scale sheep, chicken, and vegetable farm in Washington’s Snoqualmie Valley.

Casey Smith

Casey and his family run a multi-generational and regenerative sheep farm in Washington. He focuses on raising highly nutritious meat and wool.

Olivia Watkins

Olivia is in the process of restarting her family’s 130 year old farm in North Carolina, where they grow mushrooms, hardwood timber and raise bees.

April Morales

April runs a small-scale farm that specializes in growing annual produce. She also organizes workshops to educate others on natural building and resilient living.

Annie Woods

Annie Woods owns Dark Wood Farm, a market garden serving 50 Community Supported Agriculture members and local restaurants.

Haley Miyaoka

Haley runs a small community farm dedicated to increasing Oahu’s food security by growing healthy crops while practicing responsible stewardship of the land.

A Bit About the
Farmers Market

How does it work?

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Here’s the deal. You find something delicious, and order it directly from sites operated by some of our trusted suppliers. Your order will be delivered straight to your door. Easy as pie (or responsibly-grown grains). 

What products will I find at The Market?

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You’ll find grains, dairy, and meat products from the same suppliers from whom we source some of the food in our restaurants. Everything in this market meets our Food with Integrity principles, including the meat, which is raised under strict standards. That means no antibiotics ever, no added hormones, vegetarian-fed, and nothing artificial — just food as it should be.

How does shipping work?

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Your transaction will be completed with, and your purchases will be shipped by the supplier who operates the site from which you purchase. Each supplier will follow their own policies on shipping and deliveries.

Better farmers.
Better food.
Better world.

Chipotle is committed to Cultivating a Better World by sourcing, serving, and supporting food from responsible farms. This market is just one way we’re actively taking steps to empower the next generation of farming for the good of, well, good food. We’re also supporting young farmers through our Seed Grants Program, a partnership with the National Young Farmers Coalition that helps support 50 farmers under 40.