Farm-fresh Vidalia Onions shipped to your Door


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$34.95 for 5 lbs ~ $39.95 for 10 lbs ~ $69.95 for 25 lbs ~ $99.95 for 40 lbs

UPS Ground Shipping Included in all Prices


Shipping begins each Spring & ends early Summer

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M&T Farms - Lyons, GA


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. . . Read More About Us > offers home & business delivery of genuine, farm-fresh Vidalia Onions. Orders are shipped via UPS Ground to the lower 48 United States, and are offered in bundles of 5lbs, 10lbs, 25lbs, and 40lbs. Bulk & wholesale orders are also accepted. Our prices (which include shipping) begin at $34.95 for our 5# box, and top out at $99.95 for our 40#. You can view all pricing here.

Our Vidalias are offered on a first-come, first served basis until inventory is sold out. Our shipping season typically begins late April & lasts until the end of July.

We keep an updated visual map of locations & zip codes we’ve shipped to over the years, if you’d like to take a peek. [view map]. And while we don’t actively ship to Alaska, we have successfully shipped there – but note, there is an additional UPS fee involved if this is of interest.

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Happy Customers

“These are the best onions I’ve had in my 60 years of life! They were well-shipped without damage & they seemingly last forever in the fridge. You do good work!”
Margaret W.
Greenfield, CA
verified buyer

“The onions arrived today. They are beautiful and taste so good. I had bought some “Vidalia onions” at the grocery store, but they were not half as good – and made my eyes sting like crazy. These did not bother my eyes at all. Keep up the good job! I will be ordering again.”
Patty R.
Blairsville, GA
verified buyer

“Best onions ever, coupled with great service!
I love cucumber and onion salads and these are the best ever for that. They have a distinctive sweet taste that is full flavored and hearty.
Shipping was great, well packaged and promptly delivered. All onions in the box were large and of prime quality.
Also called with a question, and you called me right back with the answer.
So folks, if you love Vidalia onions as I do, this is the best place to get them bar none. I’m a permanent customer.”

Don F.
Salt Lake City, Utah
verified buyer

“These are the best onions I’ve ever had. Sweet, crisp and don’t have that awful after taste belch that most Texas grown onions have. I give Vidalia onions a 10 and Texas a 4, on a scale of 1 to 10. I will be ordering more in the future. Thanks for a great product.”
Dale C.
Decatur, Texas
verified buyer

“I can honestly say that these are probably the best onions on the face of the earth! We have to sneak them in here because we live just a few miles from Walla Walla, Home of the “Walla Walla Sweet Onion”. It’s almost blasphemy to eat, (let alone mention ) any other onion! We will thoroughly enjoy each and every one and look forward to purchasing again in the near future. Again, Thanks so much!”
Eric C.
Yakima, Washington
verified buyer

“I will say that these are the best quality onions I have ever bought. I go to the Rio Grande Valley several times a year. The roadside venders sell (Texas) onions in 100 lb sacks. There is so much waste lost because of mildew. I estimate about 20% is thrown away. I baked two of your Vidalia’s and there was little or no waste and the flavor was outstanding.”
Richard H.
Corpus Christi, Texas
verified buyer

“These are the real deal. They arrived yesterday and were in great condition and the jumbo size was just right. Our local grocery store had some vidalia onions a few weeks ago and many were very bruised and too small, and although cheaper, you get what you pay for. Best part was the burgers we had them on last night – I now get what all the fuss is about.”
Scottsdale, Arizona
verified buyer

History of the Vidalia Onion

Vidalia OnionThe Vidalia Onion Story takes root in Toombs County, Georgia over 80 years ago when a farmer by the name of Moses Coleman discovered in the late spring of 1931 the onions he had planted were not hot as he expected. They were sweet! It was a struggle to sell the onions at first, but Moses persevered, and managed to sell them for $3.50 per 50-pound bag, which in those days was a big price. Read more …

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