MAY We Introduce Our New Members?

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 1000 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 27 members to our Indiana Grown community. Here’s the full list:

  • 4 Birds Bakery, Indianapolis
  • 62nd Street Market, Indianapolis
  • Blessed Hands, Cloverdale
  • Clean Evolution by Creative Wandering, Noblesville
  • Clifty Creek Alpacas, Milroy
  • Deo’s Garden, Indianapolis
  • Down E Farms, Inc., Hope
  • Explore Indiana Wines, West Lafayette
  • Farmers Market of Carroll County, Flora
  • Heaven Help Us Pastries, South Bend
  • Historic Don & Dona’s, Franklin
  • Indie Coffee Roasters, Carmel
  • Kankakee Valley Homestead, Walkerton
  • Kinda Krunchy, Hartford City
  • KittyKnit Designs & Baked Goodies, Muncie
  • Legacy Taste of the Garden, Princeton
  • Lockerbeans, LLC, Indianapolis
  • Magnolia Acres, Walton
  • Manchester Community Schools, North Manchester
  • Next Generation Urban Farm, New Albany
  • Oak Grove Farms, Westville
  • Paoli High School Agriculture Department, Paoli
  • RoseBon, Indianapolis
  • Saucha Mama, Noblesville
  • Uber Green Farms, Indianapolis
  • Udders-N-Suds, Greenfield
  • Vino Mobile Bar, Carmel

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.

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