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Indiana Grown hires member development program manager, receives federal grant

INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 17, 2017) – The Indiana State Department of Agriculture’s (ISDA) Indiana Grown initiative today announces the hiring of Heather Tallman as Member Development Program Manager. In her new role, Tallman will be responsible for providing member development, project leadership and implementation of multiple strategies to drive economic development and marketing. Additionally, she will […]

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Indiana Grown members seek growth at second annual Fantastic Food Fest

The Indiana State Department of Agriculture’s Indiana Grown initiative returns as the presenting sponsor of the second annual Fantastic Food Fest, the state’s largest interactive food and beverage event. Taking place Jan. 21-22 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds and Event Center, nearly 50 Indiana Grown members will be showcasing their products in front of thousands […]

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Frozen Garden’s Buy One Get One Free!

Grab a buddy and visit our store in Valparaiso for a free green smoothie. Bring your bestie… brother… sister… son… date… daughter… gym partner… math tutor… boss… yoga teacher… as long as you bring someone in, we’ll blend you two smoothies for the price of one any time this month. Try something new, take charge […]

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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 […]

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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. Now, in its second year, the initiative has over 550 members and includes a diverse community of farmers and processors, retailers, farmers markets, wholesalers, business […]

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