BEEFREE GLUTEN-FREE BAKERY is locally owned and operated by Jennifer Wiese in Noblesville, IN. She personalized her baked goodies with all natural and gluten-free ingredients. Items are made in a carefully controlled kitchen with specially selected ingredients free from gluten and dairy and contain no artificial ingredients or preservatives.
Bourbon Barrel Foods is the maker of gourmet food products that reflect the rich heritage of Kentucky’s Bourbon Country, “The Napa Valley of the Bluegrass”. Bourbon Barrel’s philosophy is to make quality gourmet sauces and seasonings by adhering to 3 words: slow, small, simple. Some of their products are aged in bourbon barrels which are housed in a 120 year old rick system that came from the Old Crow Distillery. They have a hands-on approach that requires them to search for the best the state has to offer and develop relationships with the farmers that get great satisfaction seeing their crops grown from seed to the shelf. Learn more...
“At Desert Farms, our mission is to promote camel milk as nature’s most wholesome dairy beverage, so you can get over the hum when you need, naturally.”
Our commitment to local farming communities has created a handful of family farms across America. From the rolling hills of Pennsylvania to the sunny coast of California our commitment remains stronger than ever. After all, great camel milk starts with great local farmers and a healthy herd. All camels are pasture-raised, meaning that they are allowed to eat all the different natural flora and fauna in the pastures, a natural diet their bodies can easily handle – and one that keeps them happy and healthy.
When you choose Desert Farms as your source of camel milk, you can feel great knowing you’re supporting local agriculture across the country, along with the proud heritage of American family farmers. We celebrate our family farmers for taking on the incredible task and risk of putting the world’s healthiest dairy on America’s tables with common sense, hard work, and sheer heart.
Field Day offers a harvest of all-natural and organic quality products that are carefully selected and value priced. We bring all the goodness of nature from the field to your pantry. Taste and compare for yourself. We source the best ingredients to create products you and your family will love!
At Food Snob, we believe simple products with real nutrient-rich ingredients found in nature (not created in a lab somewhere) are the best. Our ingredients are allowed to be a little “snobby” because we want what’s best for our family and yours! That's why our products not only taste incredible, but they are healthy for you!
I first began drinking green smoothies in 2006 when I read the book Green for Life by Victoria Boutenko. Dark leafy greens are one of the most nutrient-dense readily available foods and are also the most commonly missing food in modern diets. Green for Life introduced me to the concept of an easier way to consume them in sufficient quantities: the green smoothi
I began drinking green smoothies daily in addition to my regular diet...all so I wouldn't feel so guilty about consuming a pound of bacon a day. It didn't take long to notice the positive changes I experienced...more energy, clearer skin, and system regularity...and all I was doing was blending LOTS of dark leafy greens with other fruits and vegetables! Read More...
Grassfields Cheese is a fifth generation, family owened and operated farm in Coopersville, MI. The Meerman family has worked the same land since 1882 with the motivation to produce good food. Today three brothers; Luke Jesse, and Jay, along with their families, work the 250 acre family farm. Jay raises meat animals and Jesse milks a dairy herd that is made up of Holstein, Jersey, and Normandy breeds. Luke owns and oversees the cheese production and sales. Jesse was our original cheese maker but in 2012 he turned the cheese paddle over to Evn Velthouse. Evan came to learn cheese making with his culinary class and stayed.
Our Cheese is farmstead which means we use only milk from our own cows. We can monitor closely the health of the herd and what they are eating. Our herd is 100% grass-fed, they receive no corn or soy. We are even supplementing their winter feed with sprouted barley seeds. There are no GMOs in our milk. We are certified organic by OEFFA and we are proud to have our dairy be Animal Welfare Approved.
Green Gold Cheeses is a small family-oriented, state inspected facility where we work hard to make delicious, healthy cheeses for you to enjoy.
We hope our name will speak for itself. Healthy cows eating high quality green forages will produce a superior golden cheese.
This small herd of 100% grass-fed Jerseys is happy, healthy, and much less prone to disease because of their good diet and the individual attention they receive. They all have personal names like Greta, Elsie, and Bertha. During the winter months they are privileged to still be served their daily greens in the form of barley sprouts. These cows have been tested to have the A-2 genes, which makes their rich, creamy milk even more special.
Gunthorp Farms strives to bring you the highest quality free-range meats raised on their small family farm in LaGrange, IN. The Gunthorp family raises pastured pigs, chickens, and ducks and they harvest these animals on their very own small-scale USDA inspected meat processing plant located right on the farm. In addition to working with Seven Sons, they also distribute their meat products to some of the finest white tablecloth restaurants in the Midwest including Charlie Trotter’s, Frontera Grill, and Joseph Decuis, among others.
When Harold Hartzler made the decision in 1964, over thirty years ago, to stop using chemical pesticides, herbicides, and artificial growth hormones on the familyfarm it was not a marketing decision. He did it because he had witnessed the harmful effect of chemical run-off on a neighboring farm after a storm. If the chemicals used in farming were this harmful to the fields, and those chemicals infiltrated the food chain, then they must also be harmful to humans, he reasoned. It was then that Harold Hartzler set down a basic philosophy that to this day guides the family business. He decided to farm in the most natural way possible, depending on earthworms, air, water and sunshine to nourish the soil. His philosophy is summed up in three simple words:
“As Nature Intended.”
Dad Hartzler’s philosophy continues to guide the family business. Hartzler milk is processed in the most minimal way possible that is allowable. And, as it turns out, advances in medical technology demonstrate that food in its natural state is far healthier than highly processed foods, including milk.
The entire Hartzler family promises to remain true to Dad Hartzler’s philosophy. And we promise to continue to bring you the healthiest, most natural, and tastiest milk possible!
We are Andy and Beverly McDowell and we run a small farm-based new enterprise in Wayne County, Indiana. In a quest to solve certain health problems, particularly digestive, we started making raw fermented cultured vegetables and beverages, based on Sally Fallon’s book Nourishing Traditions. Our interest in finding real answers to health problems, coupled with a passion for organic gardening, spawned the Hidden Pond Farm enterprise.
We raise as many of our organically grown ingredients as we can manage. We utilize traditional organic buildup practices. But we also employ the broad mineral balance, trace mineral addition and other high brix methods. The result is organically rich, high brix, mineral-balanced food with world-class health attributes.
Our aim is to provide local folks with healthy, tradition-crafted raw lacto-fermented Sauerkrauts, KimChi, Kvass, and Kombucha. Our state-certified facility located on our farm is perhaps the only one dedicated solely to making ferments in the state of Indiana. We are able to make our products on site in temperature-controlled chambers for more consistent and high quality products.
Husk is a local food system in Indiana—farms, processing, distribution, and retail grocery—which provides year-round access to local Indiana foods. At Husk, we remember what it means for farmers to feed their local communities. We know the pride that comes in that work. We know what it means to add value and processing to raw agricultural product. And we know that we can bring that industry back to Indiana once again.
Husk Sweet Corn and all of our crops are grown by local Indiana farmers, just minutes from our processing facility. Food miles are kept to a minimum, and freshness is maximized. Moreover, we have a partnership with our farmers. Each of the farmers that we work with also have businesses in Farmers Markets and/or CSA models. Working with Husk only amplifies that side of their farm business. We are delighted to share with you the exact farmer that your Husk products came from so that you can support these local farmers.
Steve and Anita Spencer and their two children live in Sheridan, Indiana, working with pride on farmland that has been in their family since 1838, known as the Kercheval homestead. LocalFolks Foods started as an outgrowth of their innovative, natural farming venture, Homestead Growers, using excess harvest from their mushroom and produce operation. In just a few years, Steve and Anita, along with Paul Skirvin, have created a diverse line of natural and wholesome foods, emphasizing a simple ingredient list, and an identity rooted in the soils and flavors of the Midwest. Steve and Anita continue to lead the growth of the LocalFolks Foods line.
Meadow View Goat Dairy is owned and operated by the Coblentz Family near Fremont Michigan. The Coblentz Family began milking goats in 2003 and are presetnly milking 120 goats twice each day. Although they are not certified organic their farming practices align with the values we uphold at Seven Sons. The goats are free of confiment and are pasture-raised during the summer months and fed haylage with dry hay in the winter. They use only GMO free grains and the goats are hormone and BST free.
It is the goal of Meadow View Dairy to produce a locally made, fresh, healthy, and delicious choose for folks to enjoy. They use only fresh 1-2 day old milk instead of 709 day old milk used by the larger cheese plants. The cheese results in a fresher and milder flavored cheese.
Milled & More provides Freshly Milled Ancient Grain and Heirloom Wheat for Health and Great Flavor.
We value God, family and quality.
We have been in business since 2015. We see a need for nutrition in wheat that is easily digested by most people. Our family experiences ailments from "common day wheat", that we do not experience with ancient and heirloom wheat. God has brought these types of wheat to us and we want this ancient and heirloom wheat to be beneficial to others.
“Olio Beato” is 100% USDA Organic First Cold Pressed Unfiltered Italian Extra Virgin Olive Oil, with always less than 0.5% acidity. The seal on every bottle confirms and guarantees “Olio Beato” is produced without pesticides, from olives harvested in the countryside of the famous Valley of Bari, Italy.
“Olio Beato” has been exclusively imported and distributed into the United States by Pietro DeMarco Importers Inc. since 1996. In order to keep up with the staggering demand for our products, Pietro DeMarco is constantly in Italy collaborating with most of the “Top Quality” Certified Organic Olive Farms, farmers, and Award Winning Master Olive Oil producers strictly from the Apulia region. This ensures our mission to constantly satisfy our consumers without compromising quality or price.
The art of importing the most exquisite Organic Unfiltered Apulian Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a family tradition, and has remained in the hands of the DeMarco family for at least a generation. This family legacy is the hallmark of quality of the “Olio Beato” brand. “Beato” (Blessed) is he who confirms it and “Beato” is he who chooses it.
Organic Valley is a cooperative of organic dairy farmers that are located throughout the Midwestern United States. We are pleased to offer their organic butter and cheese products.
The Organic Valley Story:
Our story starts back in January of 1988—a time when family farms were on the brink of extinction. We were a handful of farmers in Southwestern Wisconsin’s coulee region and we shared a love of the land. We also shared the belief that a new, sustainable approach to agriculture could help family farms and rural communities survive. With a small poster inviting area farmers to join our current CEIEIO, George Siemon, for an informational meeting regarding the formation of the Coulee Region Organic Produce Pool (CROPP) at the county courthouse, we created enough momentum to carry us to this day.
Folks back then, just like you today, were concerned with food quality and environmental issues. They were looking for more natural, nutritious food—food grown without synthetic and potentially harmful pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers. We began by growing organic vegetables, and soon added organic dairy products. When we found the demand we anticipated was real, we created the Organic Valley brand name and expanded our product line.
Our3 Broth is the creation of local Fort Wayne husband and wife team, Joseph and Courtni Allison. They are passionate about empowering others to live a confident, healthy lifestyle through educating and using local, sustainable farmers and ingredients.
Joseph is a Certified Executive Chef with 17 years of experience in both the restaurant industry and in culinary instruction. Courtni is a certified personal trainer and nutrition specialist expanding 8 years of experience specified toward women’s health. It is their mission to bring you the highest quality food available!
When it comes to good health, we believe nature has it right. Real Salt® brand sea salt is exactly the way nature made it–unlike most other salt companies, we don’t add anything and we don’t take anything away. The result is a natural sea salt with more than 60 trace minerals, a unique taste our customers love, and reports of health benefits around the globe.
Real Salt brand salt is the best tasting, healthiest sea salt you can find. Take the Real Salt taste test and discover why Real Salt brand salt is the best-selling brand of sea salt in America’s health food stores.
Though others have tried, there is only one place in the world to grow rooibos: the Western Cape of South Africa. Pronounced roy-bos in their native Afrikaans language, rooibos translates to “red bush.” This is the secret to what the rest of the world calls “red tea.” It is not a tea in the standard definition, but rather a legume similar to peas, beans and lentils. Rooibos contains endless health benefits that South African families have revered for generations. They not only take advantage by drinking rooibos, but also put it in baby bottles to calm their colicky children or take baths in it to sooth their skin from eczema.
Rooibos naturally contains no caffeine and unlike black or green tea has very little tannins, or bitter qualities. It is high in two powerful antioxidants aspalathin and nothofagin. Never heard of them before? Well get to know the names because they help fight against heart disease, inflammation, high blood pressure and cholesterol. Its unique minerals include magnesium, calcium, manganese, zinc and iron that benefit the nervous and skeletal systems and help with digestion, metabolism and circulation. With all those powerful properties, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to be one of the first to offer the benefits here in America already bottled and ready-to-drink. In true Rooibee Red Tea style, we added extra goodness including a full-serving of vitamin C and certifying it USDA organic.
Since it first launched at farmers markets in Louisville, Kentucky in 2009, Rooibee Red Tea has become a staple among individuals and families across the country paying attention to what they put in their bodies. This includes our Chief Tea Officer Heather Howell who keeps her family of four fueled with a pantry and fridge stocked with organic, low-sugar options her husband and children can grab on the go just like our teas. We hope you’ll take advantage, enjoy the refreshing flavor and join the movement! #InspireWellbeing
Hi, my name is Lee Hitzfield founder of Seven Sons Farms. My wife Beth and I along with our seven sons and their families own and operate a pasture-based livestock farm in northeast Indiana producing natural grass-fed beef, free-range pork and eggs. As farmers we understand that how we manage our soil, plants and animals will directly affect the physical, mental and spiritual health of those who consume the products of our farming choices. The vocation of bringing food to your table is not just a business to us, but also a personal ministry and responsibility that we take very seriously!
Get to know us by visiting our About Us Page!
Smoking Goose Meatery produces handcrafted, flavor-packed protein treats.
From our Indianapolis meat locker, we make both traditional and unique carnivorous concoctions including slow cured and smoked meats, salami and fresh sausages.
We only cure and smoke the meat from healthy animals raised on independent Indiana farms by people who care as much about the well-being of the animals and the land as they do their own families.
By taking the time to use traditional methods like seam butchering each animal, hand tying every piece, and curing without additional compound nitrates, we tend to every product with the same mindset: respect nature, honor tradition, and get hungry.
Stoney Ridge Family Farm built a Sugar Shack in 2011 using all the lumber from logs cut on our sawmill. We are a family owned and operated farm making pure Michigan Maple Syrup on a traditional wood fired evaporator. No preservatives added.
Sunflower Sundries makes soap, jam, mustard, pickled asparagus & okra, and fresh ground corn meal, by hand using traditional methods and locally grown fruits and vegetables. We have a soap shop where we produce 6 kinds of high quality herbal soap using a centuries old process called the cold-batch method. In our small commercial kitchen we cook up 16 varieties of traditional jams, 4 kinds of coarse-grained mustard, and pickled asparagus & okra in season. Non Chemical growers since 1974, we sell to customers by mail-order, on-line, at several festivals during the year, several on-farm activities, and in our shop on the farm. We help organize the yearly May's Lick Asparagus Festival, our local celebration. We grow several small fruits: black currants, rhubarb and gooseberries for use in our jam. The rest we buy from local growers, most of whom grow naturally, without sprays or chemical fertilizers. Our farm is in a very rural area of NE Kentucky and visitors are welcome if you call ahead.
Our farm produces raw milk cheese from grass-fed Jersey Cow. We rotationally graze our cows on 60 acres of pasture with grass and clover.
We practice environmentally friendly biodynamic farming methods. Chemical fertilizers, synthetic hormones or toxic pesticides are never used on our farm. Our Jersey cows are never force-fed to produce more milk than they were designed to produce. This is one reason our Sunny Meadows Cheese is so delicious and nutritious.
Many natural nutrients in milk are altered or destroyed when temperatures exceed 110 degrees Fahrenheit. We do not pasteurize our milk and our cheesemaking recipe temperatures do not exceed 103 degrees. All of our cheeses meet the Federal Law Specifications because none of our cheeses leave the curing rooms until they are aged a minimum of 60 days.
We specialize in merging the robust complexity of today's gourmet cuisine with the simplicity of old world taste.
At our olive oil & vinegar tasting bar and retail boutique, we encourage each of our guests to taste some of the finest quality first-pressed extra virgin olive oil & balsamic vinegar from around the world.
Our quaint shops, located in Fort Wayne and Auburn, IN will allow you to taste and match over 40 different olive oils and aged balsamic vinegars to your personal palate. We encourage you to create your own twist and enjoy the experimentation of flavor fusions! Check out our website for cooking classes and upcoming events.
Traders Point Creamery is a family-owned artisan dairy farm located in Zionsville, Indiana. We started making dairy products, selling direct to customers, and delivering in the central Indiana region in the summer of 2003. Our herd of Brown Swiss spend all of their time on pastures and we milk 60 to 90 cows each day throughout the year. Our farm is Certified Organic by the USDA. Additionally, we purchase milk from similar sized local farms who share in our organic, 100% Grassfed beliefs. As certified organic milk producers you can be assured that we never use synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides on our land and our cows never receive antibiotics or synthetic hormones. We produce pure, fresh, creamline whole milk, chocolate milk, plain, and fruit yogurts. Our cheese offerings include 3 flavors of Fromage Blanc, cottage cheese, and our raw milk natural rind aged cheese “Fleur de la Terre.” We believe in “nourishing the land that nourishes us all.” This means preserving the family farm and continuing our grandparents’ legacy of sensible, sustainable, low-input agriculture.
Since 2008, we have made it our business to create the freshest, most healthful cheeses we can, right here on our family owned operated 120-acre dairy farm. You may know us as "sunset Acres," but in 2014 we changed our name to better reflect our line of dairy products. With the new name cam a fresh new look that jumps off store shelves.
Welcome to Uncured Natural Meats, where wild salmon is king and fishing in stormy, cold, northern waters with our family is our life. Thousands of Alaskan fishermen and families live and work out of Alaska’s small coastal villages and towns. We, the Roths, are one of those families.
Each summer when Alaska’s abundant and sustainable salmon runs arrive we, (Steve and Jenny) and our children, fish on the west side of Kodiak Island. We work together on our seine boat to bring you the highest quality sockeye, coho and pink salmon found on earth.
There are no cities dumping industrial pollutants into these waters! Alaska has more coastline than all the rest of the United States put together and about the same number of people live in our entire state as in the city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin! THIS IS WILD SALMON IN PRISTINE WILDERNESS WATERS!
Our perspective on salmon, our process and our people make all of the difference. When it comes right down to it, our business is all about taste, and we never forget that fact. For that reason, everything we do is done with quality in mind. We only fish for the absolute best and we handle it all very carefully and quickly. To us, taste is all that matters.
Our process is different, too. We handle practically everything, from fishing to processing the catch, so we can ensure quality. Our proprietary methods are more efficient and faster. The result? A better product on your table!