FREEDOM RUN LAMB
Katahdin hair sheep, an American Heritage Breed, are raised on pasture where they are in fresh air and sunshine - the way they were intended to live. Through a partnership with other like-minded shepherds, The Freedom Run Farm lamb consortium provides a premium lamb product.
5 POINTS RANCH
Five Points Ranch grows their own non-GMO feed for their dairy and buffalo livestock. Water Buffalo is a delicacy in Italy because it is 90% lean, has the lowest cholesterol for domestic meats, contains significant levels of omega 3’s and zinc, and buffalo has one of the highest levels of iron of any meat.
Operating from their current farm since 1913 and raising and processing fresh turkeys since 1953, a strong sense of pride, tradition and integrity results in only the finest quality meats being placed on consumers’ tables across the country. Far from being just another meat processor, Kuck Farms prides itself on producing only meats that are truly special, unique, and of the highest quality.
SAKURA WAGYU FARMS
A Columbus based and family owned, Sakura Farms is at the leading edge in the region for raising Wagyu/Angus cattle. Sakura thrives in our region where there are cow herds to breed with the best Full Blood Wagyu Genetics in the U.S. and world-class research on beef quality.
Ohio Valley Food Connection
Ohio Valley Food Connection believes in the importance of a thriving local food economy. They are dedicated to connecting the best farmers to a network of active wholesale buyers and chefs.
Carriage House Farms
As a registered Ohio Sesquicentennial Farm established in 1855, Carriage House Farms produces whole and milled grains and honey, and grow and forage fresh vegetables, fruits, greens, herbs, and edible flowers. They are a host to a series of on-farm dinners and local food events, as well as a participant in food events throughout the Midwest.
Blooms & Berries
Loveland’s own fourth-generation farm has been part of the Probst family since 1939. They nourish the earth so it can nourish us and our community with acres of beautiful, delicious fresh and local produce.
Braveheart Black Angus Beef® redefines premium beef, setting a higher bar for quality, tenderness and taste. Their beef starts with cattle born on family farms in the U.S. and raised in the Midwest with an emphasis on humane practices and sustainability. They are processed in state-of-the-art facilities that focus on quality and consistency.
In 1893, Samuel and Katharina Wüthrich immigrated from the Swiss Alps on Mt. Horber to Wisconsin to pursue the American Dream and continue their family dairy cattle ranging and cheese making traditions. Five generations of American Dairy tradition later, and Grassland Dairy Products, Inc. maintains the Wuethrich family legacy with more than a century of churning cream into delicious butter.
80 Acres delivers tasty and fresh produce all year round, locally grown, 100% clean guaranteed, and with no dependency on weather or climate through indoor farming technology.
MadHouse Vinegar is committed to creating world-class artisanal vinegar by using products that would have traditionally been poured down the drain. In partnership with local breweries, cider houses, vineyards, distilleries that all pump out delicious drinks that speak to the taste of this region they utilize access and make the tastiest vinegar you’ve ever tried.
Allegiance comes from the top 20 percent of hogs available in the United States. The hogs raised on their family farms are bred from Duroc males and Yorkshire/Laundrace females. Allegiance uses the PathProven® program, which enforces exacting specifications and animal welfare audits to ensure best practices and premium quality.
Two Brooks Farm
Two Brooks Farm has a mission to thoughtfully and conscientiously grow as many calories through ecogrown rices, rice grits and rice flours as possible at the least possible expense to our planet’s great natural resources of soil, water, air, and space.
Maple Leaf Farms
Maple Leaf Farms has become a leader in farming ducks with quality assurance, animal well-being and natural resource conservation. Maple Leaf Farms was truly born of a sustainable idea. Sustainability has always been at the heart of founder, Donald Wentzel, mission and work since 1958.
Omar Garcia lifelong dream of starting a food business dates back to where grew up in Michoacan, Mexico on a farm where his family grew corn. Following the harvest, the Garcia family cooked and ground the corn to make masa - the dough used to make tortillas. Omar’s grandmother Enriqueta, and his mother Dolores ,taught Omar the recipes that are used at the Tortilleria and inspired Omar to share this delicious tradition with you.
Mackenzie Creamery produces all natural, hand-crafted, artisan goat cheese from the finest ingredients. They source 100% hormone-free goat milk from local area farms in Hiram Ohio to craft their award-winning fresh chèvre. Creating a sustainable, eco-friendly production facility was just as important to them as the quality and freshness of their artisan goat cheese.
Waterfields leverages local capacity to realize healthier and more prosperous neighborhoods through employment of local residents at livable wages to generate rooted wealth in struggling urban areas. Waterfields brings the missing paints to the chef’s paint palette. With microgreens, edible flowers and other specialty produce, Waterfields delivers powerful and unique flavors, textures and colors to the kitchen. Waterfields provides local, social-serving ingredients that bring glow to a chef’s so
Nestled in the hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Springer Mountain Farms continues to provide the most delicious, purest, and most nutritious chicken possible. They were the first poultry company in the world to be American Humane Certified by the American Humane Association. Their chickens are 100% All Natural with NO Antibiotics, NO Steroids, NO Growth Stimulants or Hormones, and are NEVER fed Animal By-products.
Authenticity is a hallmark of Geechie Boy products. Heirloom corn is used in the antique gristmills, which preserve the natural oils and flavors of the corn resulting in the most flavorful grits. Raymond L. Tumbleston, was known as the “Geechie Boy” where he continued the legacy of farming the rich soil of Edisto by growing, packing and shipping tomatoes, cucumbers, watermelons, cantaloupes, grains and winter greens for over 40 years.
More than 20 years ago, Horizon Dairy’s founders helped pioneer the organic dairy movement and became the first company to supply organic milk nationwide. They realized early on the responsibility that comes with producing food for America’s families, and their commitment to the organic movement and values like health, community and environmental stewardship have never wavered.