Food is flying off the shelves at grocery stores right now, literally. If you've been to the grocery store recently, you'll know what I'm talking about.
In this time of uncertainty, people are buying everything within sight to create a sense of control in their lives, leaving many others without basic essentials and staples they need to make it through today, let alone the weeks to come.
That's why we wanted to share this resource with you - to outline all of the local products available to you RIGHT NOW. Producers are hurting, too. With the cancellation of the Winter Makers Market and many other events, vendors have little to no outlet to selling their products (aside from attempting self-promotion via social media).
But have you seen your social media outlets lately? Their voices get lost in the crowd...
👩🔧👨🔧 Below we have outlined local food resources we know of at this point in time (will continue updating). If you are interested in purchasing their product, please reach out to them directly to coordinate purchase and distribution options.
If you do not see what you are looking for, or know of a contact to add to this list, feel free to message us through our Facebook page, or email us at email@example.com and we'll help you source it! 👩🔧👨🔧
Local Food Guide and Contact Info
Food for Thought - Salsa, granola, hummus, pesto, microgreens
Arlene - Breads, cinnamon rolls, cookies, brownies, baked goods
Cassie - Herbal teas, salves, elderberry syrup, tinctures, salves, lotions
Derek - Coffee
Devon - Microgreens, eggs
Patti - Jams, jellies
Kassondra - Coffee, tea
Jim - Salsas, sauces, canned vegetables, mustards, pickles, jellies
Steve - Salad mix, dessert toppings, candied nuts
Kiki - Vegan desserts, breads
Lynn - Body wash, hand soap, soap bars, crocheted cloths, body mist
Woody - Honey, propolis, sauces, honey sticks, pollen
Neal - Beef, eggs
Robert - Eggs
Brendi - Beef, Pork
George - Olive Oil
Deb - Fudge
Sarah - Breads, cinnamon rolls, buns
Dan - Maple Syrup
Justin - Peanut Butter