We had always dreamed of having chickens, but our busy work schedules wouldn’t allow it. Then March 2020 happened and 6 baby chicks found their way into our hearts and den. A neighbor “saved” a baby duck and added Quarintina to the brooder in our den and the rest is history! Our 3 young sons have learned so much by building the coops, feeding and watering the flock, gathering eggs, watching mommas sit and babies hatch, holding all the babies, delivering eggs to friends, and have experienced so much joy watching the ducks waddle to and from the pond and the chickens play in the yard.
Our birds free range, but start their day with a few handfuls of their favorite dried mealworms and scratch. They have Nutrena and Ranch Pro crumbles always in their feeders, but their favorite foods are fresh watermelon and corn that they eat right out of the boys' hands. Our eggs are not only beautiful, but they also taste excellent. Duck eggs make all of your baked goods so fluffy and light! You won’t want to go back once you taste the difference!
My Aunt Susie makes THE BEST granola. She tweaked her recipe for over a year until she got the perfect blend of ingredients. On a visit she shared all her granola secrets with me, and I was hooked! I began making granola for family and friends and then began to experiment with different flavor combinations. In the Fall of 2021, with my aunt’s blessing, I created Aunt Susie’s Granola. The Original granola is her original recipe! My Aunt Susie and I come from a long line of creative bakers. I love sharing my new granola creations with her and she is my favorite test subject and critic. My artisan granola is made in small batches and hand-turned to create the perfect blend of ingredients. Over the past year I have added Overnight Oats and Praline Pecans to our lineup of products.
Blackberry Hill Farms is located in Rich Hill, Missouri. Their establishment is a small, family oriented Old Order Mennonite business that still believes in doing everything the old way; no electricity, no motors. Their jams and jellies are even cooked by wood-fired kettles. Their goal is not to improve on the flavors of nature, but to get as close as they can to the real thing. Farmers Market Direct is proud to offer their products and think they fully embrace our slogan "Back to Basics".
Jessica Blanzy a native of River Valley, Jim a transplant from the midwest found a love for the city of Fort Smith and all it has to offer. Jessica and Jim met through a mutual friend and have been together ever since. Jim has a passion for cooking and loves to experiment with food. He was unable to find the mushrooms he was interested in so we started growing mushrooms in our home during Covid.
In the fall of 2021, the hunt for a bigger space to grow for the public started. We searched for just the right place and after several months signed a lease in January of 2022.
Jessica handles the operations side of the mushrooms and Jim handles all maintenance and engineering requirements for the farm.
We have definitely been enjoying our time so far as mushroom farmers and being able to provide a locally sourced product to our community.
Locally Grown Flowers, from Seed to Stem
Cactus Creek Flowers is a flower farm located in Van Buren, Arkansas that produces locally grown, fresh-cut flowers and foliage for florists, markets, and events. Our flowers are sustainably and organically grown, for the health of our soil, pollinators, and customers.
In His hand is the life of every creature and the breath of all mankind. Job 12:10
Hand-gathered eggs laid by happy hens!
Cooks Venture chicken is not your ordinary chicken. In fact, we're a whole different breed. The meat is juicy with real rich chicken flavor. Our heirloom birds are pasture-raised, living outdoors in the Arkansas sunshine. They eat a diverse blend of Non-GMO feed in addition to plenty of insects and natural foliage on our regenerative farm.
Private label, Farmers Market Direct.
We partner with local farmers who produce outstanding goods but prefer to focus on farming rather than the business side of things. Their quality and growing methods align with our beliefs and earn the right to our personal label. In addition, we utilize these products in a commercial kitchen and make prepared foods for your convenience!
For nearly a decade, we have been ethically sourcing raw coffee beans from the best coffee regions in the world. We develop roast profiles that allow each origin to shine uniquely, so that the coffee in this bag is the finest quality. Time spent living and studying in Australia and other U.S. cities, prepared us to bring fresh, relevant coffee culture to our hometown of Fort Smith, AR. As a veteran and female owned/operated business, with roots at the local farmer’s market, we now create cafes and roasting facilities where ALL are welcome. Our goal is to enrich the lives of the people around us, with kindness and compassion because we believe lives can be changed with a cup of great coffee and a little bit of love.
All of our Gourmet Popcorn is handcrafted and is guaranteed to stay fresh for 100 days. We actually package the popcorn within minutes of popping. We use high-quality ingredients including real cheese for superior flavor and maximum freshness with no additional preservatives. We really do take pride in everything we make and always season the popcorn to perfection. Made with love from Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Goaty goodness is built on a desire for safe healthy options for you, the people you love, your pets, and the planet.
Our heart at Goaty Goodness is to make sure the products we create have goodness at their core. We have purposefully chosen each ingredient that goes into every bar of soap we make, with your health in mind. Our promise to you is if we don’t want it on our bodies it will not go on yours.
Goaty Goodness is run by a mother, daughter, and niece team who are backed and supported in every way by an amazing family! We are located in Pocola, Oklahoma on a multigenerational farm that has been in the family for over 60 years. We use sustainable practices on our farm. Those include rotational grazing and free-choice minerals. We are honored to bring the quality milk we enjoy daily, to you through our goat milk soap.
Goat milk is rich in both saturated and unsaturated fats, making it ideal for soap production. Saturated fats increase a soap’s lather — or production of bubbles — while unsaturated fats provide moisturizing and nourishing properties. Goat Milk, one of nature’s finest moisturizers, contains alpha-hydroxy acids and vitamins A & D brighten the skin. Because of its unique short protein strand structure, the abundance of natural minerals and vitamins in our goat's milk is easily absorbed into your skin, helping to moisturize, protect, and heal.
We use only fresh goats milk from our herd that is raised on organically maintained pastures. We use sustainable practices of rotational grazing, and in addition they have access to clean water and 20 free choice minerals at all times. These are practices that are good for the goats, good for the land which ultimately means that it is good for your skin.
Additionally, we use plant-based organic olive and organic coconut oil to further increase the content of healthy, nourishing fats. The olive oil has hydrophilic antioxidants that help to form a protective barrier, trapping moisture on your skin and allowing for longer hydration. Coconut oil contains cleansing properties as well as antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and antiviral properties which may be helpful in a wide range of skin conditions, including eczema, acne, and psoriasis. We use only cold pressed certified organic oils to ensure only the best for your skin.
We will end with a quick note about fragrance oils. While we understand this isn’t the choice of every natural skin care user, we provide “clean” fragrance oils for those who are trying to cross over into healthier options, but aren’t quiet ready to give up all the fragrance yet.
We have chosen to use packaging methods that do not create waste for future generations. We use glass, metal, and paper whenever possible to ensure that we are keeping our environmental footprint low.
When shrink wrapping our soaps we use a breakthrough technology called Biolefin which completely breaks down 18 months from when it hits the landfill.
For our online store we have chosen to use biodegradable packing peanuts that are made from corn and potato starch that dissolve in water, and the second best part of the packing peanuts is that they are made right here in the USA.
When you support us you are helping us make a difference for our planet and future generations.
Grange Therapie Red Wolf Ranch body products are often 100% plant, being scented with 100% essential oil, while the cured cold process Savon is scented with human-made fragrance. The nut from the African shea tree is prominent in GTRWRR's soap and body butters, as its lipids are easily absorbed by skin for a gentle cleanse.
First available at Saturday morning farmers markets at Fort Smith, Van Buren and Fort Chaffey in 2021, GTRWR is currently offering free fall 2022 ranch visits by appointment to kick off their debut into our farm store and USDA proteins.
Protein, woodland and hen-raised animal proteins such as chicken and upcoming rabbit and goat, are cared for by a Uniontown, Crawford County Arkansas couple.
Grange Therapie Red Wolf Ranch offers complimentary local bunny visits to children with Down's Syndrome and quadriplegia. Watch for the upcoming rustic outdoor petite ceremony and cottage getaway opportunities overlooking our wee bit o' hay field. We will likely partner with families to follow their cattle herd with chickens for fertilization accessing tasty bovine parasites harmless to avians.
"We're seeding our land with native forage for fruit trees and comparing flavor and the ranching experience of heritage versus non-heritage goats for tender red meat steak and stew. Future quail will also make for easy weekday meals. Seeing Mon Amour on her eggs with fuzzy chicks under her wings weeks later and Coq Au Vin courting her is the wilderness experience that brings meaning to our part in meals for northwest Arkansas."
In 2017, Mark Guenther left the corporate world and took up beekeeping as a hobby. In 2019, Mark and his wife, Trisha Guenther, started Guenther Apiary Farm and began selling local honey throughout the State of Arkansas. In 2020, Danny Brewer, a former State Bee Inspector, and Air Force member, joined Guenther Apiary Farm.
Together they supply 100% local honey, beeswax candles, and bees throughout the State of Arkansas. We ensure our products are pure and clean, giving you products the way bees intended you to have it.
Thanks for shopping local,
Guenther Apiary Farm
We are a family-owned and operated bakery that focuses on the quality of products. We make everything absolutely from scratch, you will find no buckets of icing or premixes here! Every recipe is carefully crafted with the highest standards, to serve our community something truly unique and memorable.
From authentic long-fermented sourdough bread to laminated danish, and French croissants, we truly make a little of everything! We are delighted to bring the taste of Europe to our hometown, and we thoroughly enjoy providing our community with delicious baked goods. If you've never been to France, try a butter croissant, if you want to be the hero this holiday season, bring one of Harvest Moon's amazing old-fashioned pecan pies, you truly have never tasted another like it. It is our delight to share with your family, the recipes that bring back so many happy memories and pave the way for new traditions.
Established in 1934, House of Webster celebrated their 80th anniversary in 2014. That gave us an opportunity to take a look at our rich history...
The company was started by the husband and wife team Roy and Evelynn Webster. Roy worked his local newspaper route and sold milk, cakes, donuts, pies and other delicious items baked by his wife. By 1941, the Webster family and their delicious homemade goods were being sold to a local Freight company as gifts to their employees at the holidays. This began the long tradition of gifting at House of Webster.
Starting in the 1970's, House of Webster placed a strong emphasis on building their gift business. As we headed into the 1990's and 2000's, House of Webster established themselves as a national player in the wholesale jams and jellies market.
As we have hit our stride in 2022 and beyond, House of Webster continues to produce the highest quality jams, jellies, preserves, fruit spreads, fruit butters, relishes, salsas, mustards, syrups, BBQ sauces and pickled products. We continue to feature our delicious products in many unique gourmet food gifts.
Contact us for further information about our products.
Retired chemistry teacher and local artist.
Originally from Bethany, OK, I now live in Fort Smith, AR. I have loved art ever since I can remember. When I was a child, my favorite gift was a box of crayons and a coloring book. Around the age of 7, I asked my dad how to draw a tree. He showed me and that started my love of drawing trees. When drawing, I love trees and when painting, I love clouds.
My background is in recreational therapy. I worked as the assistant executive director at the Oklahoma Foundation for the Disabled. I found this is where my heart belonged and continued working with people with disabilities over the years. I gained so much knowledge from these individuals and am thankful for the time I spent working with this population. I am now retired and spend time volunteering at the ARC of River Valley here in Fort Smith.
L's Girls Farm from Shady Point, OK provides fresh, hand-gathered eggs from happy, free-range hens. They free-range during the day, but are locked up in a coop at night for safety. Bears frequent the property, so it's for their own protection. Besides feasting on plants, seeds, nuts, and insects, the "girls" are fed Nature Wise Hearty Hen 18% Soy-Free Protein Pellets, Fancy Scratch Treats, wheat bread, and other things.
The Girls' human, L, was raised around chickens and still enjoys sitting outside listening to them sing. When L hollers "Where's Mamma's babies?" they come running because they know it's treat time!
The Lakewood story begins with our founder, Fred Fuhrman, running a small fresh fruit business in the Allapattah neighborhood of Miami. Fred supported his family by delivering fruits and juices to the hotels on Miami Beach.
This taught him the importance of quality and hard work. And that continues to be our first priority, which has earned us distribution across the United States and in several countries around the world.
Fred’s son, Thomas, took over from his father in the late 1970s and pioneered Lakewood’s trademark Fresh Pressed® line of not-from-concentrate juices.
Fred’s grandson, Scott Fuhrman, eventually took the reins from Thomas and currently serves as Chairman & CEO.
The Fuhrman family takes great pride in being a responsible steward of the Lakewood brand, and holds true to its mission to provide the best quality juices to our customers.
Serving up Southern BBQ that’s true to regional traditions while still creating unique, reimagined flavors is an art form in itself. Thanks to our founder, Chef Charlie McKenna’s Grandma Lillie, a full family lineage of barbeque passion, and a commitment to craft, we believe we’ve mastered it. And with our restaurants and a variety of sauces, rubs, chips and more – we’re excited to show you why it's unlike anything you’ve ever tasted.
We started making homemade barbeque sauce for family cook-outs and church dinners about 25 years ago. After being encouraged by family and friends, we decided to start selling our sauces at local farmers markets and other venues. We produce our sauces in four delicious flavors: Sweet Southern, Sweet & Smoky, Sweet & Spicy; and Smoky & Spicy. All of our sauces are gluten-free, and dairy-free, with no preservatives, and no high fructose corn syrup. We are locally owned and operated. Please contact us for further information regarding our products.
Mundi Sauce LLC, a family business located in the small tourist town of Eureka Springs, Arkansas began with a recipe and an idea.
Small batch hot sauce, bringing in the unique flavors, followed by heat. Using only local Arkansas farmers, Mundi sauce is bringing a clean flavorful line of hot sauces, that are additive, and filler free.
Pasture-raised pork is better for the health of the land, the health of animals, and the health of you and your family.
Natural Dam Pastures was started in 2021 by Zac and Abby Corter and Shaun and Jennifer Senter. In 2017, Zac and Abby Corter and their two sons started with a small 4-acre farm in Garfield Arkansas, and started growing Mangalitsa pigs and chickens to sell to friends and family.
Influenced by Joel Salatin with the regenerative permaculture and wanting the best food for their children, Shaun and Jennifer decided they wanted to partner with Zac and Abby to make a dream of raising their own organic meat possible. The farm moved to Natural Dam Pastures in 2021 where Zac and Abby live.
Currently, the farm has pasture-raised Mangalitsa pigs and chickens. Animals are raised in pastures without antibiotics and hormones. They live happily in their natural environment which, as we know, is under the beautiful sky and natural sunlight that grows lush green grass here in Arkansas.
Creating Natural State Beverage Company was never a linear line for Krista and Ty Cloud. It all began with a passion for brewing kombucha and craft soda at home and their love for the outdoors.
They were hosting a grassroots biking event when they realized that their homemade drinks were very popular and could be more than just a hobby.
Starting in their kitchen and with their two young children, they began crafting flavors that were made with real ingredients and appealed to the whole family.
The Cloud family launched their first products in the fall of 2021 at the Bentonville Farmers Market and other local breweries/shops. A year later they moved into their own production facility in downtown Rogers. Beginning with raw ingredients, packaging and distribution the entire process is entirely run by the owners. Each flavor has been uniquely crafted with real ingredients with the goal of being your new favorite local craft soda and/or kombucha.
Natural Way fit the lifestyle of its two founders, Austin and Quinn. As the company launched in the middle of 2018, placing an emphasis on eating healthy and environmental sustainability was very important. We also ate a LOT of nut butter. We saw a void for flavorful nut butters that offered little sugar and that didn’t have palm oil. Making our nut butter with olive oil allowed for a sustainable and healthy option! We were passionate about bringing high quality and unique products that represented the Natural Way brand and that passion made launching Natural Way together a lifelong dream come true.
Raising grass-fed beef, pasture-raised pork, sheep, and goat in the beautiful Osage Valley
Pasture-raised foods you can eat with confidence.
We believe God has entrusted this little corner of Earth to us and it's our job to steward it well.
We believe implementing regenerative agricultural principles allows us to do just this.
Welcome to Ozark All Seasons Farm
Northwest Arkansas’ new green energy farming operation.
The new geothermal/solar greenhouse is able to produce fresh lettuce, salad greens, and microgreens all year long in a fully insulated structure that has an extremely low carbon footprint.
The highly intensive hydroponic system uses a fraction of the water and fertilizer as field-grown greens, with no run-off. A combination of organic and inorganic nutrients are blended for taste and environmental sustainability. The plants are clean, healthy, free of soil-borne diseases, and nutrient-dense. No pesticides are used just beneficial organisms when needed.
Produced just miles from your local grocery store, our products are the freshest possible, yielding maximum taste and nutrition. Locally-produced also means a minimum of fossil fuels are used in harvesting, packaging, cooling, and transportation. Support your local economy and choose the freshest, most earth-friendly produce available.
Homegrown | Antibiotic Free | Hormone Free
Healthy | High Quality Beef
Packard Point Ranch Cattle operation hold the highest of standards in breeding and raising marketable cattle within our registered herd, stocker calves and homegrown butcher beef. Packard Point Ranch Beef is 100% antibiotic free. We try our best to bring high quality, healthy beef to our customers
Pine Ridge Farms is a u-pick strawberry farm located north of Van Buren, AR.
Pleasant Acres Garden is a small market garden in Rudy, AR following regenerative agriculture practices. We grow food for flavor and adventure, focusing on rare and heirloom varieties. All our food is organically grown without the use of synthetic pesticides or fertilizer. We grow what we love and look forward to sharing it with you.
Welcome to our kitchen! We are grateful you found us and anxious for you to see what has made us the favorite local source of handmade pastas since 1977. We are a small family-owned shop located in the heart of Tontitown, Arkansas. In case you haven't sensed it yet, we are passionate about our gourmet pasta, still made in the old-world tradition with the highest quality ingredients. Now we are offering our handcrafted pastas all around the world through our online store. If you haven't tried it yet, you'll be pleasantly surprised with how amazing pasta should taste!
Pozza’s Artisan Handcrafted Italian Pasta is handmade daily by us in small batches, using locally sourced fresh eggs and a specially milled unbleached flour sourced from high-quality American farms that create the perfect texture in a pasta - not too hard, not too soft. We have perfecting dough kneading and do it minimally to achieve the perfect consistency. The pasta dough is then hand pressed over and again into sheets until it forms into the perfect thickness for our specialty noodles. Pozza's has no added salt, oils, preservatives, chemicals or additives. Just natural fresh ingredients, made in the old style.
The Pasta Dies (Extruders):
As pasta artisans, we shape and form our fresh pasta dough using traditional bronze die cuts, which create a distinct porous texture on the pasta, far different than commercially made noodles. This texturing allows the pasta to retain more sauce beautifully, leading to a robust, flavorful experience. Commercially produced pasta is extruded and shaped through plastic Teflon dies which create a smooth surface pasta that releases most of its starch into the water and doesn’t absorb the sauce.
The Drying Process:
Just like our Italian ancestors, we slowly air dry our pasta at low temperatures on wooden racks, not overly-dried with microwaves as in commercial processing. This creates a perfect outer crust on the surface of the pasta. The result is a full-flavored pasta because the integrity of the wheat and fresh ingredients have been preserved, naturally! Unlike commercially produced pastas, no chemicals or high-heat processes are used to speed up the drying time.
At Pozza's, we are passionate about making pasta an extraordinary eating experience and here’s why – the kitchen is the gathering spot for families and friends alike, and for good reason. It’s where stories are told, hearts meld, and memories are created – all around a flavorful dish of pasta. We are delighted to share the bold, beautiful flavors of true old-world Italy with you through our line of Pozza’s Artisan Handcrafted Italian Pastas. We hope you enjoy eating our pasta as much as we enjoy making it!
Welcome to our kitchen and buon appetit!
Lucius and Alison Mhoon
Owners, Pozza's Pasta
Puddin Ridge Llamas and Alpacas is a small rescue farm. We work closely with Southeast Llama Rescue. Born from the rescue and the shearing that must occur yearly, a fiber business emerged. We also have a group of local llama and alpaca owners who work together to support one another and educate the public about the animals. Among the group are folks who do not use their fiber, so that fiber is also “rescued” into the business. All the llama and alpaca fiber in the shop is locally sourced. We do all we can to provide the best homes for needy animals. Sales of fiber help offset the costs of the animals and allow us to continue to spread the joy of llamas and alpacas and how best to care for them. We also use other types of fibers for various products: roving, mill spun and home-spun yarn, handwoven scarves, shawls, and rugs as well as other miscellaneous fiber-related items.
Red Bird Naturals, based in Goshen, Arkansas, proudly offers 100% natural skincare using locally-grown ingredients and wild-harvested herbs from the Ozark Mountains.
Since 2011 our bottom line when choosing new ingredients is that they are low impact and safe for the earth's renewal process. Our line includes high-quality lip balms, tallow butter, medicinal salves, herbal skincare, CBD bath bombs, products for outdoor lovers, and custom gift sets. All products are made in small batches and with tons of love!
Rene Herd, originally from Ohio, moved to Arkansas in the late 70s and has been a resident of Greenwood for the last 30 years. She learned to sew the summer after 5th grade and continued to sew clothing throughout her high school home economics class. At that point, she realized she had no interest in sewing clothing, but found she had a love for mixing colors and putting together patterns. Rene has been making quilts for 30+ years. Her goal is to sell just enough to feed her addiction to the craft.
Rene is married and has 2 daughters. In addition to quilting, she also enjoys crocheting, knitting, quilling, and several other miscellaneous crafts.
Rene hopes that anyone who has one of her quilts is able to enjoy it as much as she enjoyed making it!
Strong working, nontoxic cleaning & household products.
We never use parabens, phthalates, SLS/SLES, perfumes, fragrances with phthalates, dyes, optical brighteners or fabric softeners.
• Proudly Made in the Ozarks
• Family-owned and operated
• Handcrafted soaps with essential oils
• Recycled packaging + Closed Loop
• Hypoallergenic options
• No unnecessary fillers
Rustic Strength is a family-owned and operated company.
Our beliefs are simple, what you pour into the earth you will get out of the earth. My husband and I created Rustic Strength out of a need to reduce harmful chemicals out of our families lives.
My son started showing signs of sensitivities at the age of 18 months. He collapsed in his Aunt Beth's arms one day on the way to church. We rushed him to the hospital. We went six months without finding answers. He then started having other issues relating to his skin and lungs. He would have anaphylaxis reactions to random things at random times. We had epi-pens stored everywhere because we just never knew what he was going to react to. We decided to take drastic measures. We removed all the carpet, all fake plants, all feather pillows, and all foods with dyes. We changed all our cleaning products to hypoallergenic and he would still have reactions. We learned so much from chasing his illness.
I, Alicia, started having endocrine issues around the age of 40. I started looking hard into products along with the food that I was eating. I am a retired personal trainer so my nutrition was pretty spot on (pollotarian). I took a deeper dive into all the chemicals in my cleaning products, body, and hair care products. I started researching all the chemicals (before it was cool) in all the products. It was hard to find the information needed to make really good decisions. Unlike today where there is a lot of information.
I finally got frustrated enough that my husband and I started experimenting with our own laundry detergent. It took months and months of work to finalize our first real product. We then tested it for over two years before deciding to make a company out of the knowledge we have and the drive to help others lead a better life with better chemicals in there products.
My husband and I knew when we launched our company that we wanted to be different than all the big box store brands. We looked toward our local health food store about starting a refill exchange program. At first, they where not so on board. However, we found another refill shop that was just opening their doors and we aligned perfectly with each others mission.
We offered a close the loop program with all of our customers from the conception of our business. We didn't have to be asked to change our manufacturing procedures. We had in place a lot of sustainable practices and we keep finding new ways to help reduce our impact on the environment.
Our goal is to provide clean, safe products for you and your family. Using only certified, clean scents and essential oils, our products are free from phthalates and carcinogens. These soy blend candles are hand-poured, small batch, and locally made.
Seed and Seal was established in the spring of 2020 when we found ourselves with an abundance of time and land. For many generations, my family has been in some form of agriculture, and I wanted to introduce my children to the lifestyle. We bought a few cows, ordered some baby chicks, and plowed up a half acre for a vegetable and cut flower garden. We planted all our vegetables from seed, harvested them, and canned the extra for winter. Our name is a play off taking things from the seeds we planted to sealing the jars for preserving, and of course, our last name played a big part.
In the summer of 2022, we were relocated from upstate SC to Van Buren, AR. We still have our farm in SC, but our beloved chickens moved to AR with us. We are honored to be able to offer you our fresh free-range eggs! Our girls have a secure coop and large run to keep them safe during the night and while we aren’t home, but they do free-range when we are. We aren’t brand loyal to a particular feed, but always seek out the most nutrient-dense option from the local feed and seed. Our girls also love the veggie and fruit scraps they get daily along with homemade suet cakes and scratch.
From our coop to your table…we hope you enjoy the eggs.
The Seal Family
Shoal Creek Farms is a local establishment in Arkansas, growing hydroponically. No soil, no GMO, pesticide & herbicide free!
All plants are started from seed using organic grow practices.
SoapBop soaps are small-batch handmade bath products made in Arkansas using the highest quality ingredients. Our soap scents, designs, and names are inspired by pop culture - books, TV shows, movies, musicals, and songs. Bars are hand cut, so the size and design will vary slightly. Soaps are wrapped only with a paper band for minimal packaging.
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Bart and Pam Petray's mission is to provide only the best, most natural meats possible and still have the tenderness that rivaled corn-fed. Since their first few cows, they have expanded to include non-GMO pork, non-GMO chicken, and non-GMO eggs. Neither Bart nor Pam grew up on a farm, but it is in their hearts to provide meat and egg choices that are “clean and lean”. Their livestock are fed grass, hay, a mineral mix that they mix themselves, fresh water, and lots of growing time. No antibiotics, hormones, steroids, or other chemicals are fed to their animals. They are raised humanely in a calm and peaceful manner. If you are looking for an outstanding meat experience, try Top O'The Mount Farm and let your tongue do the deciding.
Top O’The Mount Farm is committed to being a consistent provider of clean and lean, high-quality cuts of meat, with the best flavor and tenderness, without the use of chemicals. By being good stewards of the land and raising our animals in a natural environment, we restore the skill of traditional farming and the “real” flavor we all expect to taste. Their vision is to expand our production of clean and lean meats both in variety and in marketing venues, to provide the best tasting, reasonably priced, protein for the health-conscious in our area.
As the nation’s number-one-selling organic orange juice company, we’re committed to growing and producing tasty, good-for-you organic juices and fruit. Our products are free of synthetic pesticides and GMOs and are certified glyphosate residue free by The Detox Project.
Our bottles are PET #1, not 3, 6, or 7. PET #1 is the most recyclable form of plastic and the safest for food and juices. It also does not contain the harmful and dangerous chemical called Bisphenol A (BPA), like some other plastics. Our bottles are sterile when they go to be filled with our juice.
Vital Coffee Roasters was built with the passion to support others, using coffee as its vessel. We operate through our mission:
"To play a vital role in the community and lives of those we serve so that they may better impact those they encounter."
We truly believe it is a ripple effect and that the good we do can allow others to live better lives. It is this concept, in combination with years of sourcing and roasting experience, that guides us in our partnerships. We continue to learn from research done around the world about how to better support our farmers and the global coffee community. Through these sustainable, individualized, and equitable methods, we aim to serve and play a vital role in uplifting all of those we encounter.
As a veteran-owned and operated company, Wild Bill’s Craft Beverage Co. does more than just serve up the most delicious, authentic, vintage sodas and craft beverages in America. We go out of our way to invest in the men and women who put their lives on the line for our great country, and for everyone who lives here.