Your Local Foods Thanksgiving Headquarters

Check out this visual guide to shopping local this Thanksgiving. Shop online until this Sunday, November 17, and delivery is at one of our five locations on November 21-23. See the checklist here, then go shopping here.

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Heritage turkeys are going fast! Order now.

 

How about a capon instead of turkey this year? Matt of Holdeman Poultry promises you'll never go back. http://iowafood.coop/shop/members/product_list.php?producer_id=h3225

How about a capon instead of turkey this year? Matt of Holdeman Poultry promises you’ll never go back.
See the selection here.

 

Don't forget the pie! This one from Gardner's Harvest. Check out our entire selection of Iowa made pies: http://iowafood.coop/shop/members/product_list.php?type=subcategory&subcat_id=82

Don’t forget the pie! This one from Gardner’s Harvest. Check out our entire selection of Iowa made pies.

 Fresh greens from Iowa; no need to outsource here. http://iowafood.coop/shop/members/product_list.php?type=subcategory&subcat_id=19


Fresh greens from Iowa; no need to outsource here.
Browse.

 Cloverleaf dinner rolls for your table. http://iowafood.coop/shop/members/product_list.php?type=subcategory&subcat_id=143


Cloverleaf dinner rolls for your table.
See the entire selection of breads and rolls.

 

 Free-range eggs for all your baking needs. http://iowafood.coop/shop/members/product_list.php?type=subcategory&subcat_id=3


Free-range eggs for all your baking needs.
Check them out.

 

 

Greg Maxwell of Maxwell Farms suggests Iowa grown potatoes for your dinner. More varieties than the grocery store, that's for sure. http://iowafood.coop/shop/members/product_list.php?type=subcategory&subcat_id=138

Greg Maxwell of Maxwell Farms suggests Iowa grown potatoes for your dinner. More varieties than the grocery store, that’s for sure.

 

This butterkin squsah from Glenwood Century Farm is part butternut squash, part pumpkin. Or choose a Long Island Cheese pumpkin from Quaking Bog Botanicals for your homemade heirloom pumpkin pie. http://iowafood.coop/shop/members/product_list.php?type=subcategory&subcat_id=20

This butterkin squsah from Glenwood Century Farm is part butternut squash, part pumpkin. Or choose a Long Island Cheese pumpkin from Quaking Bog Botanicals for your homemade heirloom pumpkin pie.
Start baking local pumpkin pie here.

Fresh herbs take your cooking to another level. Shown here is sage from Red Barn Produce. http://iowafood.coop/shop/members/product_list.php?type=subcategory&subcat_id=23

Fresh herbs take your cooking to another level.
Shown here is sage from Red Barn Produce.

 

Carrots are a must. Chemical-free as well. Baby carrots also available. http://iowafood.coop/shop/product_list.php?type=subcategory&subcat_id=135

Carrots are a must. Chemical-free as well. Baby carrots also available.

 

Iowa-made Gouda cheese is welcome at any table. Their newest addition is black pepper Gouda. http://iowafood.coop/shop/members/product_list.php?producer_id=mikeb

Iowa-made Gouda cheese is welcome at any table. Their newest addition is black pepper Gouda.

 

 

Summer sausage keeps the guests happy while dinner cooks. http://iowafood.coop/shop/members/product_list.php?type=search&query=summer+sausage&action=Search

Summer sausage keeps the guests happy while dinner cooks.

The secret to the best apple pie? Local apples, of course!

 Secret: Greek yogurt makes incredible mashed potatoes. http://iowafood.coop/shop/members/product_list.php?type=subcategory&subcat_id=185


Tip: Greek yogurt makes incredible mashed potatoes.

 

Pumpkin Pie Pecan Toffee. No explanation needed. http://iowafood.coop/shop/members/product_list.php?type=subcategory&subcat_id=32

Pumpkin Pie Pecan Toffee. No explanation needed.

Also consider a donation to help families in need purchase local food. The current statistic is that 1 in 5 Iowa children goes to bed hungry every night. http://iowafood.coop/shop/members/product_list.php?type=subcategory&subcat_id=56

Also consider a donation to help families in need purchase local food. The current statistic is that 1 in 5 Iowa children goes to bed hungry every night.

Try our membership for free, which means all you have to do is complete the membership form, go shopping, and pay for what you buy. You’ll enjoy a free membership for six months!