Taylor Boys' Produce, Inc.
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You can order strawberries, and blueberries by case or individual containers. We carry local berries when available, such as South Carolina grown blueberries. We can also get in raspberries and blackberries with an advance notice. We also carry kiwifruit which is a berry as well.
Taylor Boys' Produce, Inc. Products
We take pride in our wide selection of quality products. All of the products we offer are from trusted brands and can be delivered to you within 2-3 business days.
If you have any questions regarding our products or would like more information, please contact us:
Yellow straight neck squash as well as zuchinni available everyday. We also sell butternut and acorn varieties while in season, and of course pumpkins during October. Currently we have Acorn, Butternut, and Spaghetti Squash available.
We carry a variety of citrus fruits year round, such as lemons, limes, juice oranges, naval oranges. We also have in season citrus during the later part of the year such as clementines, tangerines, tangelos, and grapefruits.
You can't make a salad without lettuce, but what kind do you use? Here at Taylor Boys' Produce we offer several varieties as well as package/cut veggie options. We keep different salad mixes in stock year round like mesclun/spring mix, 70/30 romaine blend, iceberg with color, and shredded lettuce. We offer green leaf head, iceberg head, and romaine head lettuces as well as processed/cut versions giving you the freedon to do as much or as little prep work as you like.
Our best seller, before people called our company Taylor Boys' Produce, Josh and Jeff Taylor were known as the "tomato man" to their customers, and for good reason. We order tomatoes from around the country including South Carolina when it is in season. We have hot house tomatoes for that delicious home grown taste. We also carry green tomatoes, grape tomatoes, and heirloom tomatoes (when available). If there is one thing we know at Taylor Boys Produce it is tomatoes.
While most of us think Idaho or Russet, you might also want to consider Sweet Potatoes. We carry assorted sizes and types of potatoes, such as jumbo sweet potatoes, red a and b potatoes, sized sweet potatoes, Idaho and Russet potatoes. We carry 60 ct, 70 ct, 80 ct and even 100 ct potatoes. Looking for Yukon Gold Potatoes? We can get in any potatoes we don't keep in stock. Want to buy local most sweet potatoes we carry are from neighboring states such as North Carolina.
High quality and 100% customer satisfaction are our top priorities.
Hot or Sweet? It doesn't matter we carry both! We have green and red bells in stock year round as well as banana peppers, fresh green jalopenos, spicy habaneros, and we can order much more. Need a speciality pepper for a sauce your perfecting or just trying to add color to your meals by adding yellow or red bell peppers, just let us know and we can order it and have it in within a few days. During the summer most of your peppers are coming from within our great state or a neighboring state such as Georgia and North Carolina. Bring you fresh peppers at the peak of flavor.
We carry fresh large heads of green cabbage year round, as well as red cabbage, and shredded cabbage processed for coleslaw. Don't need alot don't fret we can sell it by the pound, individual heads or in a case (50 pounds). Different style coleslaw is available if preordered and speficied during ordering.
While we might have covered some items we definitely haven't covered them all. Please contact us for a more detailed listing of what we offer and our weekly prices! Here are a few items we keep in stock year round that were not listed: bananas, pineapples, apples, plums, carrots, avocados, cucumbers, alfalfa sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, micro-greens, arugula, pears, and many more.
We strive year round to offer you fresh, safe, and competitively priced produce everyday. Please check back with us here at our website to keep up to date on price increases due to poor weather conditions or other bad crop reporting's.
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