September welcomed fall weather and new Indiana Grown members

Oct 17, 2017 | News

The Indiana State Department of Agriculture’s Indiana Grown initiative supports products grown or made by Hoosiers, for Hoosiers. Our goal is to help consumers more easily identify these products by using the Indiana Grown logo.

Now, in its second year, the initiative has more than 915 members – adding about one new member each day –  and 50+ business partners which includes a wide variety of farmers, farmers markets, distributors, producers, processors, wineries, breweries, artisans, as well as retailers, grocers, hospitals, restaurants and more.

Last month, we were proud to welcome nearly 30 members to our Indiana Grown community, and below is the full list:

  • AR Farm/Carlberg Farm, Rensselaer
  • Artie’s Paleo onthe Go, Indianapolis
  • Be Me Butters & Oils, New Castle
  • Circle City Smoke, Indianapolis
  • Cup Kettle Tea, Bloomington
  • Dewig Bros. Packing Co., Inc., Haubstadt
  • Droste Forest Products LLC, New Richmond
  • Enlightened Organics, Osgood
  • Evansville Coffee Company, Evansville
  • Farming Engineers Organic Produce, Kirklin
  • Fortune Acres, Indianapolis
  • Garden Party Botanical Hard Soda, Indianapolis
  • Goebel Farms, Evansville
  • Gordon Family Farm, Roachdale
  • King Bee, LLC, Rockville
  • Mayse Farm Market, Evansville
  • McWhirt Family Produce, Frankfort
  • Myers Farms, Danville
  • New Ground Farm, Bloomington
  • Old Time Zen, Scottsburg
  • Peaper Brothers, Indianapolis
  • Pennington Heritage Acres, Canaan
  • Pop’s Bees, Dave and Doris Kornbroke, Indianapolis
  • Rainbow Pretzels & More, Indianapolis
  • Five Acre Farm, Scottsburg
  • Sandy’s Cookies, Indianapolis
  • Trailhead Naturals, Whitestown
  • White Diamond Lavender Farms  , Hope

Click the “about” section at the top of this page for more information about Indiana Grown, or click the “join” tab if you would like to join our Indiana Grown community.