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Spanning 19 million acres of farm and forest, Indiana's more than 60,000 farms grow, produce, and process some of the highest quality products in the United States.  Hoosiers spend approximately $16 billion per year buying food, but less than 10% of that is sourced within Indiana.
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Finalists for Hottest Kitchen Entrepreneur Challenge Include 3 Indiana Grown Members

Finalists Announced for Indiana Food Entrepreneur Challenge Concepts Inspired by Family Memories and Infused Flavors Indianapolis, Ind. – June 6, 2016 – Flavor experimentation and beloved memories in the kitchen inspired many of this year’s top food business concepts for the Hottest Kitchen Entrepreneur Challenge. Three start-up finalists and three early stage finalists will compete in the regional contest to find the next great start-up and early stage food entrepreneurs.  The Challenge is sponsored by Ivy Tech Community College and by Reliable Water Services a local provider of commercial water heaters, boilers and water softeners. Start-up finalists include: Ed Baun – Indianapolis, Ind. – Primal Delights Kombucha – Small batch, herbal infused beverages made with green or black tea. A high-quality, organic, non-GMO product, some flavors include fresh pressed fruit juices as well. It’s healthy, too, as adding fermented foods to the diet on a daily basis can benefit a healthy gut flora. Goal is to get the product on tap in local bars and restaurants. Jack Lasich – Indianapolis, Ind. – Papa Doc’s Gourmet Sausage Gravy – Dr. Bob Morse’s […]

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Honey-Orange Marinated Salmon

Recipe: Indiana Grown Honey-Orange Marinated Salmon

Ingredients: 1/3 cup soy sauce ¼ cup orange juice ¼ cup honey (from Eisele’s Raw Honey) 2 green onions, thinly sliced 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 table spoon apple juice or cider 1 teaspoon dried ginger 1 lb salmon, in fillets Directions: Combine first 7 ingredients. Place salmon fillets in a container to marinade. Pour sauce over the top of the salmon. Refrigerate for at least one hour, spooning marinade over salmon frequently. To cook, either grill over open flame or bake at 350 degrees until fish flakes easily with a fork (about 20 minutes).

Congratulations to the newest members of our Indiana Grown community

Indiana Grown is an all-inclusive collaborative initiative designed to promote Indiana produced agricultural products to residents, restaurants, grocery stores, farmer’s markets, wholesalers, processors and other retail businesses throughout the state. The goal of the initiative is to help consumers more easily identify, find and buy Indiana Grown products and includes three major objectives: (1) help Indiana farmer/producers sell more products, (2) help Indiana processors process more Indiana Grown products, and (3) Inform Indiana consumers of the importance to buy more Indiana Grown products. Still in its first year, the initiative has close to 500 members – all throughout the state – and includes a diverse community of farmers and processors, retailers, farmers markets, wholesalers, business partners, and sponsors, just to name a few. In fact, Indiana Grown is growing at an average rate of 10-15 new members each week, and below is a list of our newest members, who joined in May: • Be Happy Pie Company in Wadesville • Growing America in Albany • Dragonwood in Kempton • Orem Family Farm in Shelbyville • Dickinson Woodworking LLC in Greenfield […]

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