IWFM Vendor Profile: Litterally Divine Chocolates

Every week during the Indy Winter Farmers Market season, we’ll be profiling one of our local vendors! You can find the full list of IWFM vendors and past profiles here.

Litterally Divine Chocolates, third season at market
Handcrafting chocolates out of my shop in Greenfield, I specialize in organic and vegan offerings.
 

Most popular item?

Almond toffee
 

Why should people shop at the IWFM?

People should shop for at least part, if not all, of their groceries at the IWFM. It is so important to get involved in knowing where their food comes from and how it’s raised/produced. It is also important to keep as many dollars as possible in the local economy.
 

What do you buy at the IWFM?

Produce, various meat products, condiments, sometimes daily living items, sometimes ready-to-eat items.

Dec. 21 Indy Winter Farmers Market Vendors

From kids’ crafts, to your last chance to shop for Christmas dinner staples and unique local holiday gifts, there will be something for everyone at Saturday’s market from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. inside the warmth of The Platform in the west wing of the Indianapolis City Market
 
From 10 a.m. to noon, kids can make Christmas ornaments using vegetables grown by IWFM vendor Eden Prairie! The activity is recommended for kids 4 years and older with supervision from a parent. Come to the Info Table to take part!


Here is the list of vendors who’ll be at the market this Saturday:

Funny Bone Farm

Natural Born Juicers (truck outside)
Sapori D’Italia
Shamrock Farm
Wild’s Apple Farm

To see all of the vendors who will be coming to market this season, click here.

IWFM Vendor Profile: Project Endure

Every week during the Indy Winter Farmers Market season, we’ll be profiling one of our local vendors! You can find the full list of IWFM vendors and past profiles here.

Project Endure, third season at the market 
Indiana high school students work to make, market and sell granola year-round to fund a two-week outdoor adventure summer program that includes rafting, biking, hiking, climbing, camping and service learning.

Most popular item?
Our most popular item is our handmade granola and granola bars that are made every week by our students, their families and our trip leaders. We get our raw materials from The Good Earth in Broad Ripple and our preparation space from Indy’s Kitchen at 25th Street and Central Avenue.
  
Why should people shop at the IWFM?
We hope everyone takes the time to visit the Indy Winter Farmer’s Market to support all of the amazing farmers, chefs, artisans and bakers who work so hard to bring their unique product to you. We have enjoyed learning about all of our neighbors and friends here and how and why they love the work that they do and the items they sell.
 
What do you buy at the IWFM?
Some of our favorite items include cashew chili cheese from Raw Gourmet Delights, tea from Humboldt County Tea Co., blueberry and raspberry honey from Wildflower Ridge Honey and kombucha from Hidden Pond Farm.
  

Connect: news.projectendure.org | Facebook

Dec. 14 IWFM Vendors

Get some local gifts to round out your holiday shopping this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. inside the warmth of The Platform in the west wing of the Indianapolis City MarketHere is the list of vendors who’ll be at the market this Saturday. See you there!

Funny Bone Farm

Humbodt County Tea Company

Natural Born Juicers (truck outside)
Paper or Plastic
Sapori D’Italia
Shamrock Farm
Wild’s Apple Farm

To see all of the vendors who will be coming to market this season, click here.

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John Doe

IWFM Vendor Profile: Home Ec.

Home Ec., second season at the market

Home Ec. makes seasonal small batch preserves using local and organic ingredients, and is based in downtown Indianapolis.


Most popular item?

My most popular items are Pineapple Vanilla Bean Jam, Four Citrus Marmalade, and Black Cherry Habanero Jam.

Why should people shop at the IWFM?
When you buy from local vendors the money goes directly into the pockets of people who are trying to make a living doing something they love, rather than giant corporations. Not only that, the food is better in quality, and often a better value because of that. It’s also a warm and welcoming place to spend some time during the long winter months.

What do you buy at the IWFM?
I almost always buy a papusa from 3-in-1 for my lunch. They’re so good! I love Wildflower Ridge Honey, and I use their honey and soap daily. I’ve traded with or purchased something from most of the other vendors at the market including tea, ice cream, coffee, wooden utensils, apples, greens, tote bags, pastries, herbs, feathers and cheese.

Connect: http://jessicaspreserves.tumblr.com/

See full list of Indy Winter Farmers Market vendors here!