Arrival of Spring and 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 fourth year, the initiative has over 1600 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.

In March, we were proud to welcome 24 members to our Indiana Grown community. Here’s the full list:

  • 7BALL STUDIO, Bluffton
  • Addey’s Acres, New Castle
  • Apron Strings Custom Baking, Huntingburg
  • District 6 Market, Terre Haute
  • Evans Whispering Pines LLC, Danville
  • Fayette County Farmers’ Market, Connersville
  • Fitness Farm, Indianapolis
  • Grey Cabin Candles, Greenfield
  • Gypsy Lane Farms, Muncie
  • Hidden Acres Family Farm LLC, Crown Point
  • Indiana Berry & Plant Co., Plymouth
  • Ivy Tech Richmond Agriculture, Richmond
  • Jael LLC, Indianapolis
  • Just Desserts, Indianapolis
  • Metazoa Brewing Co., Indianapolis
  • Musall’s Lawn & Garden, Monticello
  • Pickin Patch Inc., Plymouth
  • Say It Ain’t Salsa LLC, Indianapolis
  • Somermeyer Farms, Danville
  • Steve Zeller’s Fresh Market, Noblesville
  • Sweet Homestead Alexandria, Alexandria
  • The Sycamore Winery, West Terre Haute
  • Willowbrook Honey, Terre Haute
  • Woodsbrook Fresh Beef, Goshen

Click the “about” section at the top of this page for more information about Indiana Grown, or click “Join Our Community” if you would like to join our Indiana Grown community.

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2 Responses to Arrival of Spring and New Members

  1. Stuart Pressley May 4, 2020 at 7:54 am #

    Where can my husband and I go to buy locally grown meat for our deep freeze. We are first time buyers of fresh meat. We love beef, chicken and lamb. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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