Let’s Go Shopping! May 31, 2012

The shopping cart is now open!

Shop until midnight on Sat., June 9th, with delivery on Thursday, June 14th. Choose from over 800 different products from over 40 different producers (see below for updates). The produce is starting to come on, and six different producers have eggs for sale. Please check it out and buy your products directly from our local producers!

To shop go to https://iowafood.coop and log in. If you need help with your username and password, please send an email to info@iowafood.coop

Product Updates:

Grinnell Heritage Farm added certified organic kohlrabi, green garlic, garlic scapes, head lettuce, rainbow chard, winterbor kale, and rosemary.

Early Morning Harvest added half pound bags of red romaine lettuce to go along with their wide array of flours and cereals.

Yoke S Ranch added ground beef patties (product #3064) from their Corriente beef herd.

Heavy Horses Farm listed four artisan breads: Hearty Country (wheat aroma and a hint of honey), Light Rye (honey sweetened bread with a light rye taste), Multi-Grain (rich hearty round with substantial texture) and Rustic Boule (classic French round with airy crumb and crackling crisp crust), plus three varieties of (their absolutely incredible) scones.

Karla from Heart of Iowa Soapworks sent this: “Farmhouse Suds is Baaaacckkk! This soap bar has revolving scents depending on which new one I want to try! One thing remains constant: the soap is made with lard and/or tallow from local Iowa Farmers. The lard is from Stamps Family Farms and the tallow from Ebersole Beef Company. It is scented with a men’s cologne fragrance called Nautica.  Tested it out on my brothers and they give it a big thumbs up!”

Iowa Orchard lowered prices on their baked and frozen traditional pies as follows: 2-crust apple and pumpkin – was $13, now $12; dutch crumb apple – was $12, now $11; dutch crumb peach – was $14, now $12; blackberry, blueberry, bluebarb, mixed berry, raspberry, strazberry, pecan, and pecan apple – was $15, now $14; cherry, peach, rhubarb, and strawberry rhubarb – was $14, now $13; chocolate pecan and Southern Missouri peach – was $16, now $15.

Producer Updates:

Good Sheperd Grass Farm is a new IFC producer from near Monroe in Southern Iowa. They are starting out with four products – 100% grass-fed ground beef as well as pasture-raised chicken (whole, cut-up, and boneless/skinless breast). Give them a try to welcome them to the IFC!!!

Two Rivers Honey is back (after being out of honey for a few cycles) with four sizes of raw wildflower honey from this year’s crop.

Grandma’s Soap is back after taking off several cycles with six different soap products, including an all-natural multi-purpose household cleaner and liquid laundry soap.

Wildwood Farms is off this cycle (Lorna will only be part of the second cycle each month this summer so she can have more time to spend on her garden, farmer’s markets, and with her daughter).

SalAmander Farms will be taking off a few cycles. Sondra notes: “New crop lamb won’t be ready till early August but if anyone wants a whole or half they should go ahead and contact me before then.” You can get her contact info off her profile on the website.