IFC Shopping Cart is Open; Small Software Glitch

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Shop until midnight on Sunday, Oct. 28th, with delivery on Thurs., Nov. 1st at our Des Moines area locations and Friday Nov. 2nd 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.

Also, there’s a glitch in the software. Members who’ve placed orders can’t see their shopping cart when they click the “view my cart” link. This means that while you can view your invoice to see what you’ve ordered, you can’t modify your orders without being able to view your cart. We know what happened to cause this problem, and we are working to get it fixed.

Krieger Greenhouses is back after being gone since this past spring. They’ve got fresh beet bunches, baby carrot bunches, two kinds of winter squash, and a wide range of herb products (fresh savory, oregano, parsley, sage, rosemary, basil, chives and cilantro, plus four types of “herb gardens”, which are live herbs in 4″ pots perfect for in your kitchen window). 

Timber Ridge Cattle Company (from near Osceola) is back as well with their flax-fed beef sticks and flax-fed summer sausages.

Foxhollow Farm (from near Elkhart) and Valley View Poultry (from near Bloomfield) are offering pre-orders this cycle for Thanksgiving turkeys. You might want to take advantage of this opportunity because the extreme heat this past summer caused problems for many of our turkey producers.

Holdeman ABF Poultry (from near Riceville) is also offering pre-orders on five capon products for the Dec. 20th delivery in order to be sure they have enough of each in stock. Also, Matt Holdeman advises that their capons make a great turkey substitute for holiday meals.

Pure Native (from Des Moines) added grain-free sugarsnap cookies and Gardner’s Harvest (from Des Moines) added pumpkin walnut bread.

Good Shepard Grass Farms (from near Monroe) added beef bologna and beef sticks made with 100% all-natural ingredients.

7 Pines Farm (from near Maxwell) added homemade maple walnut granola and two types of dipping mix (garlic butter and Sicilian).

The Homestead (from Pleasant Hill) added two types of onions to go along with their potatoes, lettuce mix, and sage, and The Berry Patch (from near Nevada) added spinach to go along with their red & green kale, arugula, salad greens, and swiss chard.

Huber Family Farm (from near Maxwell) added Vardaman sweet potatoes to go along with their other sweet potatoes, carrots, potatoes, rutabagas, and parsnips.