20110605 - Rosedale Farmers' Market - SUNDAYS - Noon to 3pm - SW Blvd @ Rainbow (KCMO)

ROSEDALE FARMERS MARKET - Sundays - NOON to 3pm


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20110604 - KC Organics & Natural Market at Minor Park

KC Organics & Natural Market at Minor Park

“Uniquely nestled in a beautiful park, On the grass and Under the trees!” – Just East of Holmes on Red Bridge Road (about 111th St),Kansas City, MO (one mile south of I-435 at Holmes Road)www.KCORGANICS.com 
Saturdays, 8 am—12:30 pm, May 7th—October 15th – Come visit us in the park!Our family farmers offer organic produce that is fresh-picked and locally-grown, natural specialty and Heritage meats, honey, mushrooms, edible flowers, herbs, grains, artisan breads, cereals and pies, fresh eggs, freshly-brewed “FT” coffee & more. We continue to pioneer ECOPRODUCTS, with the highest organic-content handmade bar soaps & body care items, woodcrafts, candles, artisan natural-stone custom jewelry, and much more. We are a “Fair Trade” Market, with occasional Gourmet Chefs demos featuring KC’s up and coming talent and Live and Local “Organica Music.”
Please visit our website and join our email list via KCOrganics@yahoo.com, for special events;
or call 816-444-FOOD(3663).
(In cooperation with the KCMO Parks and Recreation Department)

Troostwood Market - Fridays & Saturdays - 52nd & Paseo




Friday Market
5pm-8pm
Saturday Market
8am - 2pm

Troostwood Youth Garden
5142 Paseo
Kansas City, Missouri 64110
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816-444-5788

eMail:
 
Managers (@) TroostwoodYouthGarden.info

Neighborhood youth are providing fresh and healthy vegetables from A to Z. All foods grown on-site using organic methods. We are members of JJ FArms. Please call if you have questions. 




20110604 - Brookside Farmers' Market - Saturdays 8am - 1pm

 Thanks to you, our devoted customers, BROOKSIDE FARMERS’ MARKET is truly a lively, growing market!  Check out all the new vendors, activities and music on the new upper “garden” level.  We will be full on both levels this week.  To show our appreciation, we are making you a special offer.  Bring a new friend to the market and you each get $2 off a purchase.  Visit the market tent for your coupon.

Big FLAVOR this week:

The Good You mobile eatery is bringing organic street-side goodies!

“at the good you, we believe that dining out doesn't always need to involve a knife and fork; or even a table. the idea of creating food to be enjoyed on the go is an art we've put our passion into. while supporting local farmers and purveyors, we want to provide a creative and honorable approach to street-side edibles that is both urban and organic.”
eat well…be well…good you.

we will be serving up the best burger in Kansas City!- on Farm to Market sesame brioche with cheese, greens and our very special sauce, and also a jerk chicken sandwich- details yet to be decided! and for our non-carnivorous eaters we'll have a grilled vegetable gyro on whole wheat pita from Jerusalem Bakery with feta and tzatziki. for drinks we will bring cans of Blue Sky all-natural sodas in assorted flavors for $2 each. all sandwiches will be priced at $6.


Here’s what’sFUN!

Kids – drive your cats crazy.  We’ll be planting free catnip for kids to take home in Children’s Corner from 10 to 12!  Have your kids bring their friends – and their friends’ parents!  Also, our new favorite band named, ahemmm “Mark and John” will be playing all day!


Here’s what’s FRESH:

We also, welcome the incredible farmers from New Roots for Refugees program back to the market this week.  To learn more about these amazing women go towww.newrootsforrefugees.blogspot.com.  We also want to give Rachel Bonar, who manages the program a big CONGRATS on her recent marriage


Greetings from Muroak Farm.  The cabbage is ready!!!  We will also have Freckles Lettuce, That wonderful Kale, Spring Garlic, Ladies Thumb, Horse Radish greens, Tomato plants, Blackberry plants, Strawberry plants,and Handmade wooden Clocks.  Stop by and say hello.


Native Nest

Raw Kale Chips from garden from dehydrator to you. Fresh Dino, Russian Red and Blue-Curled Scotch kale bunched.
Sweet Scallions, Italian Flat Leaf Parsley, Baby Daikon Radishes and edible flower bunches $2/each or mix and match any 2/$5.


NUTRESSANT

Two weeks ago at this market, someone shared with us the anti-aging
benefits of Green Tea and asked if we would be able to make soap and
lotion with green tea.  So, we did a little research and the benefits of green
tea on the skin are amazing......second only to water.  Since I am
not a fan of drinking tea, I am especially excited with this.  You will now
find the Green Tea Body Butter and Green Tea Face Cream on our table,
and we have added Lavender Essential Oil which is also really good for the
skin.  The soap is still curing and we won't have it available for a couple
more weeks.  So, we are looking forward to the responsible person to
come by and check this out, so we can say "Thank You!"   John and Sandy


Red Ridge Farms
Snow Peas, Suger Snap Peas, Strawberries, maybe potatoes, green onions, garlic, various greens, herb & flower transplants, pickles & relish, radishes, fresh flowers bouqets, cut herbs, rodent and rabbit repellent, and chicketydoodoo compost! Preorder Father's Day baskets also!


Bear Creek Farms

Great week here with lots of planting going on - and sun!!
We'll be bringing lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, radishes, carrots, garlic, chinese cabbage, kale, chard, kohlrabi, garlic scapes and more.We'll also have more plants for your garden - there is still plenty of time to get plants in for some great summer and fall eating!
Lonnie and Jeanna


Green Dirt Farm
The cheese kitchen is incredibly busy these days! That’s good news for YOU: it means we have lots of lovely fresh and aged artisan sheep’s milk cheese on hand. Drop by for some Bossa (our best seller), Dirt Lover, Woolly Rind, and all flavors of Fresh: Plain, Rosemary, Nettle, Lovage, Garlic & Peppercorn and Spicy Chilis. Hope to see you on Saturday!


Back Acres Farm
Check out the feature on Back Acres Farm on our Facebook page!

This Saturday, we’ll have the same great-tasting spinach, lettuces, and arugula.  Perhaps a few more cabbages, strawberries, peas, beets and turnips. We’ll be back with the freezer full of our pastured pork, as well.   We are excited about the new banner and shirts for the market.  Now, you’ll be able to recognize our stand from a distance!
We have been especially enjoying the beets and turnips the past few days.  Both are delicious raw or cooked.  Tonight, for dinner we will be having pork chops, mashed turnips, coleslaw, and goat milk.  Yummy, and we are so thankful for the bounty.
I thought I’d share a recipe for Turnip Slaw:
4 C pared and shredded turnips
2 diced apples
To make sauce, mix 2 T chopped parsley, 2 T minced onion, ½ C sour cream, 1 T vinegar, 1 T honey, salt/pepper to taste
Mix it all up and enjoy!
May you all be blessed with safety from the storms through the rest of the week,
-The Guenther Family


Bread of Life

Hi Market Friends,
 Luke will be at market with our baked goods, burritos,  quiches,  cinnamon
rolls, and other baked items for you to enjoy.
See you Saturday,
Luke, Chris, and Kathy


From Blue Door Farm:

I have lots of produce this week, so come see me at my new location at market:  just look up the stairs leading towards the kid's garden beds and you'll see me and my new double tent space!

On "tap" this week:  Broccoli, Garlic Scapes, Fennel, Head lettuce, Swiss Chard, Kale, Scallions, Kohlrabi, Radishes and herbs.

I'll also have more herb, veggie and flower transplants!

- Laura


OISHII

This  week we have Chocolate-Oatmeal Stout Caramels, Sea Salt Caramels, Rosemary Caramels, and Pasilla Chili Caramels.  We also have a new Orange-Cardamom Shortbread, Scottish Shortbread, Lemon Shortbread, Huge Chocolate Chip Cookies and Madeleines.  Don't forget out selection of hand printed t shirts and aprons.


From the Gibbs Road Community Farm and Cultivate Kansas City (formally Kansas City Center for Urban Agriculture)
Hello Friends.
Get your GREEN BEANS on!  Try some SUGAR SNAP PEAS!  Try some SUMMER SQUASH!  On the grill, on the menu, and on our market table this week!  Summer is sneaking in through the rain and fog.  Come get the first tastes.  We’ll also have fennel, kohlrabi, cucumbers, garlic scapes, radishes, beets, turnips, kale, Swiss chard, collard greens, Funky Fresh stir fry mix, scallions, mini onions, microgreens, watercress, salad mix, lettuce mix, arugula and fresh herbs.
See you Saturday!


MORE FUN UPCOMING EVENTS:

Next Week - KALE FESTIVAL!  Chef Renee Kelly of Caenen Castle has coordinated a killer kale cook-off!  There will be guest chefs and dishes such as Kale Succotash, Kale with shell pasta and sausage,  Kale Salad with Raisins and parmesean.  WE SAY YUMMMM!

The 2011 Urban Farms & Gardens Tour is coming up on June 25th & 26th with a
record 38 sites located all over the Kansas City metro area on the tour this
year. Tour sites - including urban farms, community gardens, school gardens
and urban homesteads - will be open to the public from 10 am - 5 pm on both
days.  Tickets are available online at www.urbanfarmstourkc.com and are $2
off until June 1st.

In addition to the tour,  there will be over 20 pre-tour events taking place
during the 10 days leading up to the tour. Events kick-off on June 15th with
Michael Ableman, farmer, author, photographer and founder of the nation's
first Center for Urban Agriculture, presenting at the Downtown KCMO Public
Library (details below). The events feature a series of 12 "Get Your Grow
On! 101" workshops hosted by a wide range of community partners, three food
and agriculture related films, and an abundance of local eating events
(complete list at www.urbanfarmstourkc.com).


Please VISIT our FACEBOOK page and hit SHARE in the lower left corner to send connect your friends to the market!  http://www.facebook.com/pages/Kansas-City-MO/Farmers-Community-Market-at-Brookside/115620695123742


Brookside Farmers Market is open Every Saturday from 8am – 1pm
63rd & Wornall

Website: www.farmerscommunitymarket.com
Blog:  www.brooksidemarket.blogspot.com

For info on the market or to sign up for our newsletter, go to:
fcminfo@farmerscommunitymarket.com

Funky First Friday Farmers' Market ~ BADSEED - Kansas City, Mo



ATTENTION PRECIOUS "EATERS" & FAR-OUT "FOOD REVOLUTIONISTS"  -


OOOOOH BABY......there has never been a "riper" time for URBAN AGRICULTURE 
LOCAL FOOD.  For Farmer Brooke & Farmer Dan, this Friday & Saturday is the CLIMAX of our efforts as rebel farmers, agrarian urbanites, and community activists!!  We have been working towards this day since late last August when we began cultivating our 13.5 acre RAW piece of land in the heart of KCMO (right about the time I unknowingly conceived my child).  Nine months later (baby still in belly) we have transformed our blood, sweat, and tears into gorgeous fields of organic vegetables, an antique apple and pear orchard, chestnuts, peaches, plums, pastures full of heritage chickens, geese, ducks, and the list goes on....

It all comes to a head this weekend!!  Join your favorite gang of growers this Friday at the BADSEED Funky Farmers Market for a SPECIAL EVENT
  
  to honor our market and celebrate all urban farmers, markets, and food revolutionaries in Kansas City.  The festivities will begin around 4:00 and last until about 5:00.  The market will go on as normal, but get here early and don’t miss this special hour as BADSEED and all of KC gets some serious "locavore love".   The veggies will still be sexy, the food will be funky-fresh, and the farmers will all be friendly, BUT this hour of love will only happen once.  SO COME EARLY and beat the First Friday crowd to help us celebrate this special occasion!!!!

And it doesn't stop there...

Come Saturday, slap your sunscreen on, and join us from 2-6 PM at the 
 GRAND OPENING of URBAVORE URBAN FARM 
 
(one of the largest urban farms in the nation just 5 miles east of the Plaza!!).  We'll be selling urban-grown goodness straight from the field at our weekly Farmstand and launching 
  
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Festivities will include: LIVE MUSIC, FRESHER THAN FRESH SNOWCONES!!FARM TOURS, COMPOST Education, and KIDS Activities (baby chicks, geese, and ducks!).  

Address and map is as follows:

URBAVORE URBAN FARM5500 Bennington Avenue, KCMO 64129  (click for map!!) 


Compost Program in a Nut Shell:

This is a FREE city-wide program that will accept ALL FOOD SCRAPS (including cooked foods, meat, and dairy) as well as limited yard waste (grass clippings and leaves).  These organic materials will be composted in large windrows on-site.  Finished compost will be applied liberally over URBAVORE's vegetable and orchard grounds and be "fed" back to the community in the form of luscious organic produce at our weekly 
  Farmstand which will run every Saturday, June-October, 2-6 PM.

It is our goal to utilize the city's organic waste (keeping it out of landfills and waterways) while meeting the demand of healthy, organic, whole FOODS that are hard to come by on KC's east side.  We will be making this food affordable at our weekly farmstand through the Beans & Greens Program which doubles consumer's food stamp dollars!!


Again, the Grand Opening is this Saturday, 2-6 PM.  Farmstand will continue every Saturday through October.  Compost Drop is year-round, Wed - Sat, 9-6 PM.  Confused??  Need Directions??  Visit our Website at www.badseedkc.com!!


LAST BUT NOT LEAST - Today, May 31st, is my birthday!!!  I am 29 going on 92!....(or atleast that's how my pregnant farmer bones feel).  Needless to say, I didn't get to celebrate today and I plan to drop dead come Sunday!!.....so our only chance to "party" is this Saturday at the Grand Opening!  BYOB....and don't forget to bring one for me and the baby!

Okay, enough already.....let's get back on track with our normal "farmers market jive".  Without further ado:

 

SEXY VEGGIE OF THE WEEK


This week's Runner-Up is KILLER KALE in RED RUSSIANWINTER BORE, & RED BORE !!  Mama says "EAT YOUR GREENS" and chomping down on some oh so sexy, oh so hearty, oh so delicious Killer Kale is a good place to start.  Why you ask???  Well, Kale happens to be one of the most nutritious greens on the market with powerful antioxidant properties.  (stop spending those ridiculous dollars on California-grown organic blueberries at Whole Foods and get your antioxidant fix with a nice big bunch of local kale instead!!)  For all you "health-foodies" - Kale is also rich in beat carotene, vitamin K, vitamin C, and calcium.  Get this - (particularly when chopped or minced) kale is said to contain sulforaphane which is a chemical that has anti-cancer properties!!!  So much for "an apple a day......", right!  How about a big bunch of kale simmering all sexy-like in your saute pan with loads of local butter and aromatic spices......mmmmm.  Farmer Brooke & Farmer Dan have a pretty wicked kale crop this year as do Lew and Destiny at Herb'n Garden so we should be able to supply your demand, folks!  Get it while the weather is cool......once the heat kicks in, kale kicks out.       

This week's Grand-Prize-Winner is the totally outrageous, utterly irresitable, radiant and ravishing 
   
  
 
RAINBOW CHARD!!!.  
  
Talk about SEX......this "veggie pervert" can simply not resist those succulent, giant, green leaves staring me down in the field with NEON multi-colored stalks in deep red, fuschia, canary yellow, burnt orange, and cotton candy pink.  These sexy beings protruding from the rich black earth are truly a sight to behold!  Just wait till you get em' home and into the kitchen.....that's when the "love making" really begins.  Rainbow Chard is a favorite crop for Farmer Dan and I.  We love growing it and we love eating it.  I will have a limited supply this week, as I want those gorgeous leaves to get really MASSIVE before I cut like crazy, BUT there will be more abundance in weeks to come.....
**For those of you who are new to preparing chard, here is a link to a nice, straight-forward recipe -  Rainbow Chard with Lemon, Capers & Parmesan.  However, just use whatever ingredients you have on-hand and don't be afraid to improvise.  For example, instead of lemon and capers use pine nuts and yellow raisins!  Have fun.
 

SEXY Photos are attached.  You know the drill - print them out, blow them up, and plaster them all over the men's room!


THIS WEEK'S ORGANIC OFFERINGS - 


URBAVORE Urban Farm
A project of BADSEED - Brooke Salvaggio & Daniel Heryer
5500 Bennington, Kansas City, MO 64129
Welcome to URBAVORE - an off-grid, diversified, urban farmstead in the heart of KCMO. Born in 2011, URBAVORE is working towards the creation of an “edible oasis” that brings organic growth, sustainable life, and creative solutions to a city neighborhood.  We grow an extensive variety of heirloom vegetables noted for their unique appearance and extraordinary flavor, as well as an array of culinary/medicinal herbs and edible flowers. URBAVORE is a non-certified, beyond organic operation dedicated to respecting both the health of the individual and the environment. It is our aim to build community and collective consciousness through the universal pleasure that comes from eating good food.
OFFERINGS:
*RED BORE KALE, WINTER BORE KALE, & RED RUSSIAN KALE
*RAINBOW CHARD !!!!
*LUSCIOUS LETTUCE HEADS (in assorted gourmet varieties)
*Oasis Gourmet SALAD TURNIPS
*RUBY RED Oriental Turnips
*Gold Ball Turnips (buttery and delicious)
*Radiant RADISHES in Easter Egg
*"Sex in a Bowl" Signature Salad Mix
Red Velvet Lover's Gourmet Lettuce Mix
*JAPANESE Giant Red MUSTARDS
* Bodacious Braising Mix (with baby kale and baby swiss chard)
*Peppery & Perfect ARUGULA
*Garden Fresh Chives
*ORGANIC HERB TRANSPLANTS


Herb'n Garden
Lew Edmister & Destiny Riggs
17th and Belleview, Kansas City, MO 64108
For the “meanest greens” in town, check out Lew and Destiny's gourmet selection of urban-grown goodies.  They grow a mouthwatering array of  lettucesspicy mustardsarugula, and gourmet salad mixes on KC’s west side. Other tasty morsels include heirloom tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, okra, and filet beans.  New For 2011 -RUSTIC BREAD straight from Lew’s hand-built wood-fired oven.  YUM!
OFFERINGS From the Lips of Lew:
   
  
 
i've heard a few low rumbling grumbles from some of our csa members about the, let's say, abundance, of salad mixes they're consuming.  how fortunate for them, i think, but i also have a few treats to make the pleasure of really organic local salad mixes more of a treat....and this goes for all you market goers and all consumers:
 
start with some slices of cold bulb fennel and tender young green onions. add to them some cilantro if you wish and load all that  on baby arugula (limited supply) or go to our arugula mixspice on spice, or soften it with green goodness, or make it even sweeter with soft sweetness mix.  there's plenty for you kale freaks and lots of tender swiss chard.  there'll stll be hot peppers and herb transplants as well. "
 
- lew and destiny
   
      
 

JJ Farms
John & Judy Kaiahua
8531 E. 81st Terrace, Raytown, MO 64138
John has been growing organically since 1984!!  He plants, weeds, and harvests all his own crops on urban land that has been chemical free for over 20 years.  Produce includes a wide array of vegetable offerings as well as applespeaches, and pears in season.  John is originally from the far off lands of Hawaii where he comes from a long line of pearl divers!!  Now he spends his days out of the ocean and in the dirt, growing righteous foods for the Kansas City community.  Lucky us!
OFFERINGS:
*SUGAR SNAP PEAS!!!!
*Bok Choy
*LETTUCE Heads

Bigg Blue Farm
Stan & Carmen Biggs
19801 NE U.S. Highway 69, Liberty, MO 64068
Despite full-time jobs, Stan and Carmen Biggs still find time to organically grow an impressive array of colorful vegetablesgreens, and storage crops on 7 fertile acres in Mosby, MO. Stan started out growing nutritious foods for his family as a 4-H project as a small boy. Stan’s passion for gardening was renewed when he met his wife Carmen, who grew up on her family’s 1,500-hectare farmstead in Romania that had passed through many generations. Today they cultivate the earth together, bringing well-fed customers delicious homegrown foods every Friday night at the BADSEED Farmers Market and through their Community Supported Agriculture program.
OFFERINGS:
*Spinach
*Baby Siberian Red Kale
* "TENDER GREEN" MUSTARD!!!
*Green Onions
*Tokyo Turnips
*Red & Green Lettuce Heads
*Red & Green Bok Choy
*Totsoi
*Early Frosty SHELL PEAS!!!!


PJ's Mushroom Farm
Paul & Judy Miller
916 SW State Route 13, Leeton, MO 64761
yopjmiller7569@yahoo.com

"We purchase innoculated mushroom blocks from a Certified Organic supplier and place them in our growing trailer & cellar. There we water & harvest & get them to market as fresh as possible. We grow SHITAKE & OYSTER MUSHROOMS. We also have over 100 laying hens that produce wonderful, fresh, brown FREE-RANGE EGGS. We do our best to REUSE, RECYCLE and REPURPOSE our RESOURCES."

OFFERINGS:

*Shitake Mushrooms
*Oyster Mushrooms (in limited quantities)
*Farm-Fresh Brown Eggs
*Recycled Yard Art including vintage garden stakes!!


Parker Farms All-Natural Meats
Tom & Paula Parker
Richmond, MO
"We produce all-natural gourmet beeflambporkpoultry, and eggs.  All of our beef and lamb is 100% grassfed. They are never fed any grain, animal by products, antibiotics, or injected with growth hormones. We have been practicing Management Intensive Grazing since 1997. It is our goal to care for all of the livestock that we have been blessed with, in as natural and humane a manner as we can.  Our chickens for meat and eggs are also raised on pasture with green grass under their feet as much as the weather in this part of the world allows.  Our hogs are fed grain, but do live outdoors with dirt under their feet.  We do not use any petroleum based pesticides or fertilizers on our pastures. We believe that healthy people, and healthy animals start with healthy plants and a healthy, biologically active, soil community.  Our meats are available at the BADSEED Market or through our Community Supported Agriculture shares."
OFFERINGS:
*Ground Beef Patties
*Pork Brats
**Pastured Chickens coming in June!!!
**Pastured Thanksgiving TURKEYS available for PRE-ORDER!!  Talk to Paula Parker at market so she can order enough babies!!!!
*Tea Towels, Hand-made Teas, Candles, and Gourd Bird Houses from the lovely Parker Girls!!


Green Dirt Farm
Jacqueline Smith & Sarah Hoffman
Weston, MO
"Life is too short to eat grocery store cheeses! Green Dirt Farm, LLC invites you to try our HANDCRAFTED ARTISANAL SHEEP CHEESES created with milk from our very own PASTURED ewes. You can be assured of a richness and depth of flavor unique to the rolling bluffs of Weston, MO. Also on the menu is 100% GRASS-FED LAMB which is of unsurpassed quality, tenderness, and flavor."
OFFERINGS:
*Grass-Fed Lamb
*Artisan Sheep's Milk Cheese in aged and fresh varieties


New Traditionalist - Artisan Bread
Chris Glenn
Kansas City, MO
Chris produces old-world, rustic loaves from the finest locally-grown and milled flour on the market.   His breads are made from a sour-dough "starter", lovingly kneaded, and baked to perfection in a wood-fired oven.  Flour and water never tasted so good!    
OFFERINGS:
*Country Loaf (a tangy, crusty organic pain au levain)
*Whole Wheat Loaf (crusty and rustic yet mildly sweet in flavor, coated with toasty bran!)
*SICILIAN LOAVES!!!! (
   
  
 
crusty, golden loaves made with 
   
  
 
organic durum flour, organic extra virgin olive oil, and a touch of 
      
     
    
   
  
 
Miller's Honey, topped with whole sesame seeds)
*BAGELS!!!!!!


Miller's Honey
Les MIller
Independence, MO
Les Miller only produces the best damn RAW HONEY on the market.  No joke!!  He is an encyclopedia of knowledge when it comes to sustainable bee keeping and uses 100% natural and holistic methods for managing his hives which range from 60 to 100 at any given time.  His honey is sold in various quantities, and 1 gallon jugs are available on request!  Bees wax candles and other by-products are also available for purchase.
OFFERINGS:
*Raw Honey
*Bees Wax Candles


Get Real Food Co.
Sean Henry
Kansas City
"At GetReal Food Company, we’re committed to creating incredible beverages made with real foods that are naturally brewed. Hand-crafted by real people who truly care about the details, from what they make to how they make it, from what they put in their bodies to what you put in yours. The result is a series of beverages that create a new expression of soft drinks and mixers."
OFFERINGS:
*Kombucha
*Micro-Brewed, All-Natural SODA!!


Puddin Head Coffee
Harry Lee Murrell
Kansas City, KS
Harry is proud to offer both roasted and green sustainable whole bean coffees from different regions around the world. All coffee beans sold are certified organic, Fair-Trade and/or Rainforest Alliance, available in 1# packages. Coffee is drum roasted in small batches to ensure its freshness for KC customers.  ”Coffee with a conscience” is available by the mug for only $1 and samples are free!!
OFFERINGS:
*Rain Forest Blend
*Ethiopian
*Peruvian
*Decaf



Other goodies include:

Certified Organic Flour from Heartland Mill
Freshly ground & locally grown whole wheat flourwhole wheat pastry flour, unbleached all purpose white flourmalted all purpose flour for bread baking, & blue corn meal !!!  A bakers dream.....


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