Farm Boy Produce (Facebook | Website) a local craft kombucha business, is opening a production facility in Downtown Orlando [GMap].

Editor’s Note: For those who don’t know, kombucha is a fermented mushroom fizzy drink said to contain probiotic enymes, amino acids, and a host of other hippy-dippy beneficial nutrients. They come in a variety of flavors. 

Farm Boy Produce sells their product all over Florida, including Daytona, Gainesville, and Tampa. Orlando locations include World of Beer – Downtown, Fairbanks Food Market, Dandelion Communitea Cafe, and Barnie’s Coffee Kitchen.

Farm Boy has been in business for three years.

Photo via Farm Boy Produce Facebook page
Photo via Farm Boy Produce Facebook page
Photo via Farm Boy Produce Facebook page
Photo via Farm Boy Produce Facebook page

Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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  1. From the Four Horsemen of Gentrification:
    When the Landlord broke the fourth and final seal, a ravenous horse emerged; and he who sat on it had the name Whole Foods; and Urban Outfitters was with him. Authority was given to them over the remaining area, to kill with overpriced chicken breast and with Vampire Weekend vinyls and with alpine-style cheeses and by the small dogs of the purse.
    — Millennials 6:4, NSGB
    Whole Foods
    As Whole Foods arrives, hope departs. Ethnic restaurants will be replaced with half an aisle dedicated to “international ingredients.” Greek will be the only variety of yogurt and the quality of kale will be as high as the rent for an alcove studio. Lana Del Rey will be elected to the city’s council. There will be a great migration of former residents to more affordable housing. As they are loading their U-Hauls, one of them, a man without a ukulele, will look to the heavens and ask “Why?” He will hear the voice whisper a single word: “Kombucha.”

  2. Why would you not give the address or any other sort of identifying location in the text of the article? Downtown Orlando is a pretty sizable area!