IFC Shopping Cart is Open – 1,191 Different Products Listed!

Time to go shopping – Transplants Galore!

The cart opened at last night midnight.Β It will close at midnight on Sunday, May 12th. Delivery is Thurs., May 16th at our Des Moines area locations and Friday, May 17th at our Ames location. See below for updates on new stuff. 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.

Spring is (almost?) here! Time to get that garden planted.

Wabi Sabi Farm, Pickle Creek Herbal, SalAmander Farm, Berry Patch Farm, and 7 Pines Farm have collectively listed 66 different types of tomato transplants, plus 17 types of pepper transplants, 47 different herbs, and an assortment of other transplants (swiss chard, cabbage, broccoli, cukes, okra, winter squash, scallions, onions, and blueberries). Many are heirloom varieties, and those from Wabi Sabi Farm and 7 Pines Farm are certified organic.

Carrie of LaVentosa Ranch writes: After using the winter to get our animals raised, we now have products available. New this year: 100% all natural, hormone and antibiotic free Berkshire pork and 100% Grass Fed, all natural, no hormone or antibiotic Beef.

Yoke S Ranch has added beef short ribs from their herd of Corriente cattle, and Wedel Grazing Acres has their beef stew meat on sale again this cycle.

Scott from Corazon Coffee writes: We are ready to roll and have a new offering – a Guatemalan named “Huehuetanango” from the Asobagri Cooperative. This is a quality bean that we are roasting on the dark side of medium.

SalAmander Farms has listed lamb bundles for your freezer or grilling, and Tesdell Farm Fresh Produce has listed ground lamb and lamb chops.

Broadhorn Farm added Flank Steak, Porterhouse Steak and Stew Beef as well as a Premium Steak Bundle from their Belted Galloway beef herd.

Raccoon Forks Farm added spinach and whole stewing hens.