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Shop until midnight on Sat., May 19th, with delivery on Thursday, May 24th. Choose from 977 different products from over 40 producers (see below updates from producers). Good food from good farmers Рplease check us out! 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:

Crooked Gap Farm replenished their pork inventories from their heritage-breed herd, so they’ve got ground pork, two kinds of breakfast sausage, Italian sausage, bratwurst patties and links, sliced ham, and shoulder roast.

Sunrise added one and five¬†pound sizes of certified organic garlic scapes (“delicious and tender, ready for pesto, grilling, saute, garlic butter”), plus a¬†cherry tomato tranplant (“meaty, very sweet, early with¬†prolific yields”).

SalAmander Farms added four new varieties of heirloom vegetable transplants (#3037 through #3040), bringing their total to 34 different kinds of transplants. They’ve also got asparagus and rhubard listed.

Audubon County Family Farms added rendered lard and pork dog bones.

Early Morning Harvest added 2.5 pound bags of rye flour to go along with their ground wheat and corn products.

Producer Updates:

Iowa Farm Families let us know last Friday¬†they are going out of business.¬†We are sorry to see them go. They’ve been members since our launch in October of 2008, but the downturn in the economy has finally taken its toll. We’ve still got plenty of pork listed (see product update info to the left), but their products will be missed.

Country Harvest is a new producer member from near Bloomfield with 13 different types of jam made with fruits from their farm listed this month.

The Cory’s have changed their name to Cory Family Farm, so you won’t find them in the same place in the alphabetized list of our producers.

Wildwood Farms is back (they are¬†selling every other cycle so they have more gardening time), and they’ve added strawberry transplants and greens (Asian Stir-Fry Mix and Mesclun Mix) to go along with their¬†baking and soup mixes, granola bars, and roasted nuts.

LaVentosa Ranch¬†is back as well, and they’ve added grassfed beef patties, beef sticks, dried beef, and beef jerky.