Store Hours
Temporary hours: 10:00am - 4:00pm Daily
We’re Open

Newcastle Produce will remain open with reduced hours during the Corona Virus Pandemic.
We will be open 7 days a week from 10am to 4pm with reduced staffing.
We are here to support our community with local, nutritious, sustainable produce, deli take out, and other grocery needs.  Due to limited availability of ingredients, we are currently unable to accept online orders. Please give us a call between 10am-4pm to see what’s in the deli!
Thank you for your continuing support and patience.

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In my family, farming is a passion. My dad, grandfather, great grandfather, and great, great grandfather all farmed in Placer County, and they were proud of the produce they sent to market.

We opened Newcastle Produce to share our passion and pride for farming with you. We strive to be your best source for locally grown, farm fresh produce, specialty foods, gourmet meals to go, and more.

We invite you to visit our store and taste the difference!




Check our Calendar to see what’s cooking today!


  • In Queso You Like Cheese - On green hillsides in Northern California, herds of cows and goats merrily munch their way through March. The green grass and clover are just what they need to produce rich, premium quality milk which artisan producers then turn into world class cheeses. The Jersey cows from Springhill Organic Dairy produce rich milk that  makes great […]


  • Mulay’s Meatballs

    Mulay’s delicious traditional Italian Meatballs are made with antibiotic free heritage pork and antibiotic free beef. Certified free from the “big 8” allergens, these meatballs are perfect for any occasion.


Order your Sandwich and Salad Online!

Our deli is now making sandwiches and salads to order, and you can order your custom items online!
Click Here to visit our Online Deli Ordering site

Eat Farm to Fork
Newcastle Produce and Twin Brooks Farm

Our Friends
Foothill Farmers Market ~ Placer Grown ~ Mountain Mandarins

In the News
KCRA Interview – Oct, 2012