Indiana Grown Marketplace will offer more than 300 local products

The Indiana State Fair is our state’s largest celebration of agriculture and a beloved tradition for countless Hoosier families. For 17 days, people will travel from all across the state to experience everything the fair has to offer, and whether it’s riding the Ferris wheel, looking at the 4-H exhibits or enjoying a milkshake from the Dairy Bar, there’s no shortage of things to do – or new foods to try.

This year’s theme is the “Wonderful World of Food” and what better way to celebrate “food” than by stopping by the Indiana Grown Marketplace, a new store devoted entirely to Indiana Grown products. Located in the Agriculture Horticulture Building (Aug. 4–20), the marketplace will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and will feature more than 300 Indiana Grown products, ranging from candy to coffee to barbecue sauce. In addition to the Indiana Grown store, fairgoers can also try many of our member products at one of the 7 sampling stations or during our live cooking demonstrations each day at noon.

For Hoosiers that want to buy local and support their neighbors, this is a great opportunity to find a variety of great local products all in one convenient location. The following Indiana Grown members will have their products featured at the store (list subject to change):

  • 240sweet
  • Acton Creative
  • Albanese
  • Amazing Hazel’s Gourmet Chili Sauce
  • Annie Oakley
  • Appleseed Farm
  • Appleways
  • Artastery Gourmet Spices
  • B Happy Peanut Butter
  • Barnyard Creations
  • Balanced Harvest Farm
  • Bass Farms
  • Batch No. 2
  • Best Boy
  • Big Brick House Bakery
  • Black Jewell
  • Bobbie Q
  • Bonz
  • Brick House Vinaigrettes
  • Broad Ripple Chips
  • Brooke’s Naturals
  • Burton’s Maplewood
  • Chocolate for the Spirit
  • Circle City Kombucha
  • Copper Creek Farms
  • Copper Moon
  • Crazy Charlies
  • Daniels Creek Farm Natural Goat Soaps
  • Diamond K Sweets
  • Dillman Farm
  • Dudley’s Toffee
  • Earth Drops Soap
  • Eisele’s Honey
  • Empire Tea Services
  • Fancy Fortune Cookie
  • Fantastic Food Fest
  • Fermenti
  • Frangipani
  • Freebird Farms
  • Fresco Spice Blends
  • Gaia
  • Green River Greenhouse
  • Groomsville Popcorn
  • Gunthorp Farms
  • Harts Handmade
  • Healthy Hoosier Oil
  • Hoosier Momma
  • Hoosier Popcorn
  • Hunters Honey Farm
  • Indiana Craft Jerky
  • Innovation Enterprises
  • JavAroma Roasters
  • JC Cheesecakes
  • Jen’s Country Kitchen BBQ
  • Just Granola
  • Kind Kombucha
  • Limelight Coffee Roasters
  • Lonely Windmill Farm
  • Masters Hand BBQ
  • Monastery Baked Goods
  • Movable Feast
  • My Pretty Little Pretzel
  • Needmore Roasters
  • Newfangled Confections
  • Old World Fudge
  • Poptique Popcorn
  • Presto
  • Redemption Farms
  • Red Gold
  • Revival Food Co
  • Robbybaby’s Kitchen
  • Smoking Goose
  • Soapy Soap
  • SonShine Kombucha
  • Steckler Grassfed
  • Stellar Creations On Main
  • Sweet D’s
  • Taco Eez
  • Tell City Pretzel
  • The Wellness Barn
  • Tina’s Traditional
  • Triple XXX Root Beer
  • Tuttle Orchards
  • U-Relish Farm
  • Vigilant Eats
  • Well Done Beef

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8 Responses to Indiana Grown Marketplace will offer more than 300 local products

  1. kathy harting August 16, 2017 at 10:21 am #

    would like to know name of company that sold fruit filling in glass jar

    • August 17, 2017 at 12:26 pm #

      Appleseed Farm has a variety of their Pour-a-Pie fillings for fruit pies. They can be found at Baesler’s Market, the Terre Haute Farmers Market, or you can purchase their products on their facebook page.

      • Ed Shaughnessy August 11, 2019 at 2:05 pm #

        Do you have any of the products from MidWest Fresh? I love their Bacon Jam & Pizza Sause.

  2. Rodger Beimer August 26, 2017 at 8:06 pm #

    Bought a coffee / oil based soap/scrub. My wife loves it. Where can I buy it online?

    • August 30, 2017 at 11:05 am #

      Melbourne Soap

  3. Margie Allee August 8, 2018 at 3:51 pm #

    I bought a nice size chunk of homemade soap in the FFA building by the front door. The label had a cross on it. I can’t find the vendor. Please let me know their brand.

    • August 14, 2018 at 11:10 am #


      It sounds like you are referencing Little Blessings Bath & Body. They are a company out of Larwill, IN. Their website is

      Thanks for visiting the Indiana State Fair!

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