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1,283 Different Products Listed, including Peaches, Watermelon, Cantaloupe, Apples and Much More!!!


The online shopping is open. It’ll close on Sunday, Aug. 10 at midnight with distribution on Thurs., Aug. 14 at our Des Moines area and Osceola sites and Friday August 15 in Ames. To shop go to and log in. If you need help with your username or password, send an email to We’ve got a huge selection of really incredible products. See below for new stuff.



New items to add to your summer shopping list:

Iowa Orchard (from Urbandale) was given a variance to sell Missouri peaches the next few cycles. Bryan assures us their flavor is amazing because the fruit are tree-ripened (as opposed to being picked green).

Heritage Hill Farm (from Ames) is a new IFC producer that has listed Green Beans, Red Cabbage, Rhubarb, Shallots, Yellow Summer Squash, Zucchini, and three kinds of potatoes (Heirloom Fingerling, Purple, and Red Norland). Welcome aboard!

Maxwell Farms (from State Center) listed green beans, tomatoes, Patty Pan squash, Athena melons, Big Jim NuMex and Poblanos peppers, and three kinds of potatoes.

Quaking Bog Botanicals (from Fairfield) listed green and red cabbage along with garlic.

Grade A Gardens (from Johnston) State Fair Apples, Hardneck Garlic Braids, Cortland Yellow Onions, Redwing Red Onions, Conservor Shallots, German Butterball Potatoes, and La Ratte Fingerling Potatoes.

Zaza’s Pasta (from Iowa City) has only listed non-refrigerated dry pastas since Julie opened her new store this last spring, but this cycle she’s added some of her sauces and frozen items (she said something about someone going to an Iowa Cubs ball game).

Wildwood Farms (from Wellsburg) is back this cycle and has added three new items: Toffee Chip Brownie Mix, Apple Crunch Trail Mix, and Nut and Fruit Trail Mix. You really ought to check out Lorna’s products – they are amazing.

Global Green’s eight farmers (refugees from places where conflicts have displaced families) continue to add more and more fresh produce items. Seeing their wonderful products and the smiles on their faces feels so good.

Chris’ Custom Bakery (from Ankeny) added a product that’s selling well at farmer’s markets: Multi-Grain Wheat Bread. Its made with “spent grains” from local breweries (the barley, wheat, or rye used in the brewing process). They have high nutritive value and add a great flavor to the bread. Chris also notes that her my commercial kitchen is a nut-free facility, and families with nut allergies should feel free to contact her.

Purrfect Muttchies (from Truro) adjusted up the weights for their amazing pet treats from 5 to 7 ounces per package, but they’ve kept the price the same. They do a really nice job – a truly unique product.

Lee’s Greens (from Nevada) has cucumbers, Zucchini, summer squash, green beans, green bell peppers, eggplant, green tomatoes for fried green tomatoes, and potted herbs listed.

7 Pines Farm (from Maxwell) added certified organic green tomatoes, red tomatoes, onions, and Yukon Gold potatoes to go along with their cucumbers, kale, leeks, peppers, and garlic. They’ve also got flavored butters, cheese spreads, salsas, dry mixes, and pasture-raised broilers (a truly eclectic producer).

Tesdell Farm Fresh Produce (from Slater) has German Extra Hardy garlic on sale in “bulk” quantities (10 heads for $9).

Sunrise (from Woodward) listed fresh-picked Aronia berries (the world’s heathiest fruit).

New Pioneer Farm (from Carlisle) added watermelon, cantaloupe, and blackberries to go along with their blueberries, strawberries, sweet corn, green beans, onions, and summer squash.

Yoke S Ranch (from Russell) has their sirloin roast on sale for $5/lb.

Wild Rose Pastures (from Reasnor) added Beef Tenderloin, Rib Eye Steaks, and a Grass-Fed Beef Bundle.