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Valentine Gift Is Loving Local

FOUND IN: Uncategorized on January 31, 2017


Surprise your Valentine with a gift box of delectable sweets from your local chocolatiers and beekeeper. Then say I love you again in early March when they get fresh vegetables and herbs from your local farmer, Compost in My Shoe!


Here's How It Works

*Choose a 1 farm share gift package delivery or 3 farm share gift package delivery.

*Pick the gift box up at one of our local business pick up points or choose hand delivery to your door for an extra fee.

*Your Valentine will be contacted by our farm staff via email with information on how to set up their delivery.

*Farm Share delivery will begin in early - mid-March depending on Mother Nature and how things grow at the farm.


Treat Your Valentine


More details:

A Sweet and Savory Gift for Your Valentine.


Our chocolatiers Mark Gray and David Vagasky have over 30 years in perfecting their chocolate making techniques. Their local business, Cocao’s Artisan Chocolates are hand crafted in Charleston, SC.

Your chocolate selection is one of our all time favorites, End of the Day Bark.

Cacao's End of the Day Bark is simply outrageous and layered with complex textures and flavors.

Made with milk or dark chocolate and layered with roasted pecans and almonds, roasted sesame seeds, toasted coconut, French croquant, and Maldon Sea Salt.


This season’s honey harvest comes to you from our diligent girls bringing in nectar and pollen, then transforming it into liquid sunshine right here on Johns Island, SC.

Our beekeeper, Jim Martin has been “managing” bees for over five years and recognizes the intricate web of activity in the hive necessary to bring you this sweet sample.


Your delivered farm shares will include 3-4 veggies and 1-2 herbs. Compost in My Shoe’s farm is located in the heart of Johns Island. Sandy soil and compost are the start for producing some of the most beautifully, nutritious produce in your local area.

Your Valentine will be contacted via email 2 weeks before we start deliveries with instructions on how to set up the delivery.  We expect the season to begin early-mid-March depending on Mother Nature and the growing conditions at the farm.

At that time they will choose a pick up location based on a list we will provide. there will be drop off locations in Mt. Pleasant, James Island, Johns Island and The Peninsula. All other pertinent information will be provided at that time.


Where do I pick up my gift box?

You must let us know from the following locations:

*Lowcountry Local First Home Office-1630-2 Meeting St, Charleston SC 29405 Hours: 9-5 Friday, February 10th and Monday, February 13th

*Herbal Passion(West Ashley-Avondale)-845-1B Savannah Highway, Charleston, SC 29407 Hours:1-7 Friday, February 10th and 10-3 Saturday, February 11th.

*Albizia Apothecary(James Island-Riverland Terrace)-2010 Wappoo Drive, Charleston, SC 29412 Hours:11-5 Friday, February 10th and Saturday, February 11th

*Coastal Expeditions-514-B Mill Street, Mount Pleasant SC 29464 Hours:


How does the Farm Share Delivery work?

Your Valentine will receive an email 2 weeks before our deliveries begin.  It will include information on setting up their delivery preference from the list we will provide. We hope to begin our early spring deliveries in early to mid-March depending on the growing conditions at the farm.


Have you ever been a Compost In My Shoe member and received a CSA Farm Share from us? If so, email me at [email protected] before purchasing a Valentine Gift Box. We will need to reactivate your member account.


Questions? email us at [email protected] 


Your Valentine gift represents an important connection between Charleston area local artisans, farmers and you.


Treat Your Valentine


A big thanks to our partner, Lowcountry Local First


Join us in celebrating the 10th anniversary of Lowcountry Local First — a decade spent loving this place we so proudly call home.
Watch for an art installation popping up across the Lowcountry on Valentine's Day, encouraging you to #LoveALocal.
Learn more about Lowcountry Local First.