We are here to support our community with local, nutritious, sustainable produce, deli take out, and other grocery needs.
Thank you for your continuing support and patience.
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!
June Shine Hard Kombucha, Honey Ginger Lemon, is brewed with organic ingredients rich in probiotics and antioxidants, 16 oz. can.
Also try June Shine Hard Kombucha Acai Berry, gluten free, in a 12 oz. can.
Montucky Cold Snack, holy cow, 24 oz. can for just $3.25! This low alcohol (4.1%) easy to drink lager gives 8% of its profits back to local causes.
Heavy Metal Hippie from Out of Bounds Brewing Co. in Rocklin is part of their new “Rockstar” series made in collaboration with famed guitarist Frank Hannon. This massively dry hopped West Coast DIPA will tantalize your taste buds.
Taco Truck Lager, from Dust Bowl Brewing Co., is an easy drinking Mexican-style lager: crisp, smooth and refreshing… that’s just how the taco truck rolls.
Lagunitas Hazy Memory IPA is cloudy and unfiltered, loaded with hops and huge flavor in a 16 oz. can.
Loomis Basin Brewing Co. Cali Cruisin’ is another hop forward IPA with flavors of pine, grapefruit and citrus and a bright clean finish.
High Water Brewing Co.’s Break Apart Orange Cream Ale is brewed with cacao nibs and orange peel with a hint of vanilla creating a flavor memory in your mouth.
Peace, Love, Haze, hazy IPA also from Dust Bowl, has flavors of pineapple, guava, and orange making it an easy drinking tropical delight.
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
In the News
KCRA Interview – Oct, 2012