long beach grocery delivery
Buffalo Market, the organic grocery, is based in California serves Long Beach and Los Angeles.  We serve many customers in Long Beach offering some of the freshest grocery delivery around. Long Beach is a historic coastal city community that has grown into a major urban hub, with many people commuting up to nearby, Seal Beach, rossmoor, Los Alamitos, Irvine even.  Despite the proximity to the ocean, full of delicious seafood, and the central valley which grows 90% of all produce, this is not experienced by residents when they go to their local supermarket.  The wonders of the central valley just aren't on display.  But Buffalo Market provides convenient access to the best produce and organic grocery delivery around. How it works: shop our amazing local produce, meats, seafoods, and California produced suppliers and fine foods from around the world.  We offer you tons of support to complete your order and give you something a regular bigbox Long Beach Supermarket can't offer.

Neighborhoods we deliver in Long Beach:

Long Beach is flat which can make walking pretty gentle except Long beach is long! But in cultural terms, Long Beach contains multitudes, with many rich immigrant communities. Historically, Many residents spoke Portuguese, German, Danish and some Spanish, Khmer (Cambodian) in addition to  Cantonese or other dialects of Chinese.

The city is known for its waterfront attractions, including the permanently docked RMS Queen Mary and the Aquarium of the Pacific. Long Beach also hosts the Grand Prix of Long Beach, currently an IndyCar race and the Long Beach Pride Festival and Parade. California State University, Long Beach, one of the largest universities in California by enrollment, is located in the city.


Is Long Beach a Sanctuary City?

Yes, Long Beach is a sanctuary city. The City provides services to all residents, regardless of immigration status.  The Long Beach City Council has approved new protections for illegal immigrants that reside in the city. The so-called sanctuary city law will prohibit local law enforcement and officials from collecting information about a person's immigration status. The "Long Beach Values Act" expanded a restriction on how local officials can cooperate or notify federal immigration authorities unless legally obligated to do so by a court order. The Long Beach Police Department has a policy prohibiting their participation in civil immigration operations and enforcement. Long Beach Police Department does not participate in immigration check points, and does not attempt to determine anyone's immigration status when they report a crime or are a victim.

Indigenous people have lived in coastal Southern California for over 10,000 years, and several successive cultures have inhabited the present-day area of Long Beach. By the 16th-century arrival of Spanish explorers, the dominant group was the Tongva people.

Before the World War II, Long Beach had a sizable Japanese-American population, who worked in the fish canneries on Terminal Island and owned small truck (produce) farms in the area. Due to exaggerated fears on the coast and racial prejudice, state officials persuaded the national government to remove Japanese nationals and Japanese Americans for internment in 1942 to inland facilities. Most did not return to the city after their release from the camps. Due to this and other factors, Japanese Americans now make up less than 1% of the population of Long Beach, but the Japanese Community Center and a Japanese Buddhist Church survive. The Japanese-American Cultural Center is over the Gerald Desmond Bridge and the Vincent Thomas Bridge in San Pedro.

Organic Delivery: Buffalo Market, Celebrating California flavors delivering to Long Beach.

We are Buffalo Market and we are a California company. We also provide grocery delivery to the surrounding areas, such as, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Venice, San Francisco, Napa, and Sacramento.  These are also farming communities we use to supply our produce. Our customers love us because we always deliver the freshest groceries on time.

What is the best grocery store in Long Beach?

Buffalo Market is focused on delivery Long Beach the most affordable farm fresh produce possible. Despite a long history with the ocean and plenty of terrific fishmongers in Long Beach at the docks, it isn't always easy to get great produce and seafood to your door; the community often doesn't benefit from this history.  We think everyone in california should benefit from the fact that 90% of all produce is grown in California.  Why settle for old tomatoes from the grocery store when you can get the best California has to offer.

What is Long Beach Famous for?

Long Beach is best known for its urban waterfront attractions, like the Queen Mary and the Aquarium of the Pacific, but despite being the sixth largest city in California, it has a small-town, provincial feel, with bike-friendly streets, active neighborhood associations, and artist collectives.
We work hard to bring you the local produce grown here.  We even work with the local bee whispers to source honey that is vital to supporting the harvests and wild flowers.
It’s because we have the very best drivers who know the ins and outs of Long Beach. Don't need to worry about being late. We offer next-day delivery so even if you need to order last minute, we’ll still be able to hand deliver the freshest groceries that means something delicious in your stomach.
We even carry hard to find seasonal produce like asparagus, artichokes, citrus, cherries, etc. Of course, we have all types of produce like your everyday apples, oranges, bananas, limes celery. Even if you’re not looking for your traditional produce, we also carry bok choy, truffles, and  more. Learn more about California Grocery Delivery.

What's good and local:

Life can be stressful in our beautiful city.  You might want a quick snack or to prepare a local and seasonal meal.  We get it. It might be your morning coffee. Maybe you're working from home or about to go out camping.  We know what means to be a rush and feeling like you need to sacrifice shopping for something quick vs something that is actually good for you and the planet.  We are here to make this a low carbon impact, health for you and the planet, and something that brings you joy.

Maybe you need some ice cream made of milk from cows grazing in Marin on actual grass, heirloom tomatoes, or something from Asia and not just carried from a big box store. Whatever it is, from tacos to root vegetables, mushrooms to mustard, Buffalo Market is the food focused company that delivers.

Some Local recommendations when you feel like eating out:

Famed Long Beach Chef Arthur Gonzalez created Roe Seafood, which focuses on sustainable Seafood, as well as Panxa Cocina, which is a Southwestern Restaurant, and the only True New Mexican restaurants in LA.  One of Arthur's favorite restaurants in Long Beach is El Pollo Inka, which is Peruvian food.  Manaow Thai is another favorite, serving up delicious yellow curry and just around the corner from Panxa Cocina.  Phnom Penh Noodle Shack is another local favorite which celebrates the huge Cambodian population in Long Beach.  One dish to try is Mo's Special, is ground pork, beef, balls, and sliced pork.  THeir bone filled broth makes great noodle soups.  Blind Donkey is a terrific bar if you're looking for a cocktail.  Nico's is another bar on the more fancy side and close to Roe Seafood.  The bar upstairs is filled with locals.  

Is Long Beach worth visiting?

Long Beach is close to LAX airport and nearby downtown LA.  Just south of downtown Los Angeles.  If you live in San Francisco, the flight to Long Beach is a great option to consider and can give you time to explore Long Beach first before visiting other parts of Los Angeles. It offers waterfront attractions, bike-friendly roadways, cultural festivals, and amazing weather.

Does Long Beach have a boardwalk?

The Today Show featured the Long Beach boardwalk as the most unique. ... The boardwalk sits just outside the reach of the mighty Pacific and stretches for almost half a mile through the rolling dunes. It's only a short walk from most downtown Long Beach activities and is a popular attraction for visitors and locals alike.

Can you swim in Long Beach?

There are plenty of lifeguards on Long Beach beaches and local police as well.  Is it safe to swim in the ocean and bay? Yes. The vast majority of ocean and bay waters along the coast of Long Beach meet State ocean water quality standards. Like all beaches near urban areas, the exceptions are areas adjacent or in front of discharging storm drains and after major rainstorms. 

Is Long Beach a rich area?

Housing costs in Long Beach are some of the highest in the country, although real estate prices here don't compare to real estate prices in the most expensive nearby communities in California.  This is in part because of the proximity to the beautiful ocean.  

Is Long Beach expensive?

As we mentioned, prices for housing in Long Beach are +120% than average, so more than double.  Transporation and gas prices are 30% higher and grocery prices are 12% higher.  That's why we work to offer affordable organic produce to all communities in Long Beach.


What is there to do in Long Beach for free?

  • Visit the elegant Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden. Located on the campus of California State University, Long Beach. The Garden is a living museum, a place of learning.  Ed Lovell, landscape master plan architect for the University, traveled to Japan and took inspiration from the Imperial Gardens in Tokyo before designing the garden.
  • Signal Hill. If you enjoy panoramic views that span 360 degrees from Long Beach to Huntington Beach then you'll love Signal Hill's Hilltop Park. ...
  • Rancho Los Alamitos. 
  • El Dorado Regional Park and Nature Center. 
  • Shoreline Park.


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