We are grateful that we do not need to subsist on vegetable and fruit alone. For all of our meat, dairy, and other edible needs, we count on these amazing food producers.



Hickory Nut Gap Farm

Hickory Nut Gap Family

Jamie and Amy paired their visionary and detail oriented skills into a fresh start and new enterprises for HNG just out of college after assessing the farm’s current operations and creating a business plan in 2000 to try out after graduation.  This plan was the beginning of what you see still happening today at the farm — raising and direct marketing pastured poultry, pastured pork, and grassfed beef. 


Roots Hummus

We use the freshest, highest quality, local ingredients whenever possible. We produce, package, and ship everything we make out of Asheville’s River Arts District, and support Certified Living Wages for our staff. 


Eat More Bakery

Eat More Bakery Bread

Delicious gluten-free baking. Rebekah Abrams knowledge for baking has been passed down through family. Her great grandmother , Ms. Rena Parker owned a tea house in Suffolk , Virginia. Eat More Bakery uses quality organic fruits, grains, and flours in our products baked fresh every week.


Fletcher Village Bakery

Brick oven

The Fletcher Village bakes bread in a wood-fired oven. Fletcher Village and Flat Rock Village Bakeries are baked at the Flat Rock location. The mission of the Flat Rock Village Bakery and West First Wood-Fired is to enhance our community by producing top quality foods, providing an exciting environment conducive to social interaction, and by returning profits to the community through fair wages and charitable donations. We have also chosen to promote food craft by hiring skilled culinary artisans, training our associates in traditional processes, and increase knowledge by participating in workshops and classes. Our experienced bakers use natural leavening and a variety of pre-ferments to construct our organic hand shaped loaves which are then baked in a massive wood-fired brick oven.


Sunburst Trout

Trout filet

Three generations of the same family strive to maintain an innovative, modern trout production while keeping that personal touch only a family can provide. We invite you to come visit our exciting and ever growing adventure!


Wild Salmon Company

Sunset after Salmon Fishing

Wild Salmon Co is a tiny family run outfit committed to providing our customers with amazing wild caught Alaska salmon. Wild Alaska salmon is among the purest of all ocean fish.


Mana Foods

Mana produces locally made, mostly vegan, whole food products from organic ingredients. Together with a complement of seasonal vegetables or fruit, our meals offer a complete protein and a complete meal for a family of four. Our personal essence, spirit, or Hawaiian “mana” must be a part of our food: how we grow, make, cook, and eat it. This spirit encourages imagination and individuality as vital components to good eating.


Happy Cow Creamery

Happy Cow Creamery

From Grass to the Glass! Happy Cow Creamery uses their quality fresh milk directly from its own dairy cows to create butter and cheeses. Tom Trantham has been a dairy farmer for decades. In the early 90s with some help from Clemson University he further developed his award-winning pasture method of grazing.


Three Graces Dairy

Ferguson Farm is an historic farm located in the Shelton Laurel area of Western North Carolina. The farm is home to Madison County's state-of-the-art dairy operation, Three Graces Dairy. All of our cheeses are "farmstead". In order for a cheese to be classified as "farmstead," as defined by the American Cheese Society, the cheese must be made with milk from the farmer's own herd, or flock, on the farm where the animals are raised. All of our "farm pets" are spoiled rotten on a diet of healthful grain, supplements and free range pastures managed without the use of herbicides or pesticides. Our farm & dairy is a small scale multi-tasking environment employing local people who share with us their knowledge of the community and their wisdom in all things land and animal.


No Evil Foods

No Evil Foods


Owners Sadrah Schadel & Mike Woliansky set out on a mission in 2014 to make bold, full-flavored plant meats that are environmentally friendly, cruelty free & damn delicious! Located in Asheville, NC, we make small batch plant meats from scratch & by hand, updating a centuries old tradition to create powerful & innovative plant-based proteins. And we do it all with organic & non-GMO ingredients.


Smiling Hara Tempeh

Smiling Hara Tempeh

Smiling Hara Tempeh is a family owned business that employs 7 hard working, wonderful people in the beautiful city of Asheville, North Carolina.  We are 100% committed to providing the most nutritious and freshest tempeh possible, and at the same time providing a market for organic farmers.  Smiling Hara and it’s team are in the process of forging a new trend in the healthfood world with the highest quality vegan/vegetarian protein available.


Farm to Home Milk

Farm to Home Milk

Farm to Home Milk's products are all produced by sustainable farming practices. The 100% and 70% (supplemented with heirloom corn and soybeans) grass fed non-homogenized creamline milk is produced by the Hostetler family in Hamptonville, NC. This Amish family has been in the dairy business since 1979. We are honored to be their partner.


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