IFC Cart is Open; Eggs, Milk, Tomatoes, Potatoes, Green Beans, and More!

1,247 Different Products Listed, Three New Producers!


The online shopping is opened. It’ll close on Sunday, June 29 at midnight with distribution on Thurs., July 3 at our Des Moines area and Osceola sites. NOTE: We will not do a distribution in Ames this cycle because Friday is the 4th of July! To shop go to https://iowafood.coop and log in. If you need help with your username or password, send an email to info@iowafood.coop. We’ve got a huge selection of really incredible products. See below for new stuff.


The Kiowa House of Herbs (from Searsboro) is a new IFC producer that listed eggs from their Buff Orphington flock.
Oswald Meats (from Manson) is a new IFC producer offering pasture-raised antibiotic-free broilers. 

Dangood Gardens (from Johnston) is a new IFC producer offering 16 different heirloom tomato and pepper transplants.

From Jocelyn of Pickle Creek Herbal (from Brighton): “This is the last cycle we’ll have our herb, tomato, pepper, and eggplant seedlings available. We have lots of great ones left, but we’re starting to sell out. Also, we’ve added a few traditional medicinal herbs as well as a fun new culinary plant—Spicy Oregano!”

Threshing Floor (from Dallas Center) added turnips (2″ or more, good raw or cooked).

Raccoon Forks Farm (from Redfield) added fennel bulbs.

WW Homestead Dairy (from Waukon) added two new ice creams (White Chocolate Raspberry and Mint Cookies n’ Cream) to go along with their milks and cheeses, plus a limited supply of unsalted butter (“our butter supply is very low because this time of year we are making so much ice cream”). They may add some salted butter later this week.

From Amber of Good Shepherd Grass Farms (from Monroe): “For this cycle only we will be having a special on all steaks, 15% off for the 4th of July! Prices will reflect that discount.”

Yoke S Ranch (from Russell) has their Filet Mignon Steak on sale for $11.00/lb

Tesdell’s Farm Fresh Produce (from Elkhart) is back with ground lamb and lamb chops.

Twin Girls Gardens (from Madrid) is back as well with their gourmet jams and jellies.

Grade A Gardens (from Johnston) added new potatoes and fresh, uncured garlic.

7 Pines Farm (from Maxwell) added (limited quantities) of certified organic green beans, curly leaf kale, purple top turnips, and green peppers.

New Family Farm (from Elkhart) added two kinds of kale, two kinds of fresh basil, and purple top turnips.

From Ben of Wabi Sabi Farm (from Granger): “The transition between spring and summer crops has begun. I’ve listed Certified Organic Green Garlic and Marjoram Bunches, and I will probably add broccoli, cabbage, kohlrabi and possibly a few other items closer to the end of the ordering cycle.