Making Local Food Easier

We wanted to let everyone know that recently our handy work was featured in a Portland Press Herald article.

The piece, titled Soup to Nuts: In Maine, eating local just keeps getting easier, discusses several ways people can get local foods onto their dinner table. Among them are a new business called Clara Burke Kitchen and none other than our client, Cape Farms’ Market.

Cape Farms’ Market is currently utilizing our Zen Cart for Farmers product which allows them to sell farm-fresh produce online and organize distrobution to several locations. While the article makes no direct mention of Internet Farmer as a business, we’re content knowing that we’re making it easier for farmers and customers to connect.

In the end, it’s all about fostering and bolstering the local food system and we’re excited to be a part of it.

A New Internet Farmer

I am excited to announce a big change at Internet Farmer.  As of today, the company goes from me, Jeremy Bloom, the Internet Farmer, to an official partnership. The new addition is Matt Hokanson (aka Hoke), a friend,  excellent programmer, and, in general, good guy.

Over the past couple of years we’ve been developing a software business called  Originally an independent venture, we’ve decided to bring it under the umbrella of Internet farmer.

After working on my own for the last 20 years, contracting my programming work out along the way, having Matt as the go-to-guy for Internet Farmer is going to be great.

You can learn more about Matt at his website,

CapeSopo Market Makes Press Herald – And so did the Internet Farmer

A couple days ago, a new client of the Internet Farmer made news for the work we are doing together.  Yay for them, and yay for us!


If you are interested in our system that does this, please see our E-Commerce service page.