Indiana Grown is more than a name, and goes way beyond a label.  It's about our members--the farmers, processors, and business partners in Indiana who are making our local food movement really move.
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Welcome to Indiana Grown!
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.
Let 200 Years of Hoosier Know-how add up to tonight’s dinner.

Bodacious Indiana Grown BBQ Bacon Beans

Another great recipe from our Indiana Grown State Fair Culinary Competition.  Perfect for football tailgating or family gatherings!     Ingredients: 8 slices of Indiana Kitchen Bacon, cooked and diced 3 cans of baked beans 1/4 cup Jen’s Country Kitchen BBQ Sauce 1/8 cup apple cider vinegar 1 tsp. dry mustard 1/ cup brown sugar 1 medium onion, diced Directions: Cook Indiana Bacon, and then sauté onion in the drippings. Combine all ingredients except for bacon and put into oven-safe casserole dish. Top with diced bacon. Bake at 350 for 90 minutes. Enjoy!


New members

Congratulations to the newest members of our Indiana Grown community

Indiana Grown is an all-inclusive collaborative initiative designed to promote Indiana-based agricultural products to residents, restaurants, grocery stores, farmer’s markets, wholesalers, processors and other retail businesses throughout the state. Basically, the main goal of the program is for consumers to easily identify, find and buy Indiana Grown products. Now, in its second year, the initiative has close to 600 members and includes a diverse community of farmers and processors, retailers, farmers markets, wholesalers, business partners, and sponsors, just to name a few. Below is a list of members who joined in September/early October: Liberty Hop Farm of North Liberty Aftermath Cidery and Winery of Valparaiso Running Vines Winery of Chesterton Sugar Creek Farm Market of Franklin Frozen Garden LLC of Valparaiso JMG Co Inc. dba JND Company Inc. of Fort Wayne Red Bark Farms of Martinsville Indiana Dunes Tourism of Porter Heritage Summit Farm of Greenfield Valpo Velvet Ice Cream Company of Valparaiso American Mushroom and Spice Co of Bloomington Click the “about” section at the top of this page for more information about Indiana Grown, or click the “join” tab […]

Try GFF produce at 3 Rivers Co-Op 10/8 – Local Food Demo

  Local Food Demo Saturday October 8th 3 Rivers Co-Op is Fort Wayne, Indiana’s oldest Co-Op recently celebrated 40 years of business. Most well known for their abundant produce department and deli they carry an array of products for a healthy lifestyle. This Saturday they will be holding a local food demo featuring local producers and their crops. The 3 Rivers Co-Op is our exclusive retail location where we offer items from Kale and Kohlrabi, right down to microgreens and shoots. This weekend Get Fresh Farms will be teaming up with The Co-Op to demo samples of our produce. Items featured will be Basil, Kale, and Nasturtium. We will have delicious offerings prepared by Co-Op staff. Basil Nasturtium Pesto, Kale Salad, and Bok Choy Stir Fry. No purchase is necessary and all are welcome. While sampling some of our products you will have the opportunity to speak with our staff about how we produce our food. From the fish that create our fertilizer to the crops that make it to your dinner table. An opportunity like this doesn’t come around […]

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