Artisan Coffee Shop
We believe that coffee is an art. Coffee has seemingly endless possibilities, combinations and complexities. We started out just drinking coffee, but have grown to love roasting and making espresso based beverages. We strive to take everything back to the basics by starting with green un-roasted beans and crafting our own syrups. Everything we make, we make fresh and from scratch.
We believe in treating everyone with respect and dignity, from farmer to customer. This starts with fair wages for everyone; the farmers who harvest the coffee, cocoa, and sugar all the way to the barista serving you a delicious beverage. We desire to give back to our local community when we see a need. And it is our hope that, after a great cup of coffee, you are inspired to do the same.
Artisan Coffee Shop
662 Canton Rd.
Akron, OH 44312
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Aurora Springs Honey
All-natural bee honey and honey products.
Aurora, OH 44202
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Read more about Aurora Springs in the Hudson Hub-Times.
Bradwood Farms LLC
A selection of hydroponically-grown greens including bibb lettuce, red and green oak leaf lettuce, romaine, arugula, watercress, and a selection of herbs.
Doug and Kay Kern
1306 TWP RD 608
Nova, OH 44859
(330) 635-1189 - cell
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Fresh, frozen British-style baked goods, meat sausage rolls, shepherds pies, birdies, pastries, steak pies, scones, fern cakes, raisin squares, etc. Irish soda breads, bakewells, empire biscuits, eccles cakes, and shortbreads.
5633 Pearl Rd.
Parma, OH 44129
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Goodell Family Farm
Maple products: syrup in all sizes and grades, maple candy, maple nuts, maple sugar, maple barbeque sauce, maple corn, maple butter.
10220 Peck Rd.
Mantua, OH 44255
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Read more about the Goddell Family Farm in Hudson Monthly magazine.
Gray House Pies
At Gray House Pies we are working to resurrect the simple pleasure of a homemade pie. Nothing real fancy but yet something scrumptious. Something felt deep inside. Something that satisfies our very soul. Of course, when it comes to satisfying the soul, there’s no cutting corners. That’s why all of our pies are made “from scratch” with the purest of ingredients. And, that’s why, for example, we make our own butter crusts and we peel fresh apples for every apple pie. And that’s why we only use organic milk and local free-range eggs in our cream pies and local free-range meats in our pot pies. Equally important is what we DON’T put in our pies. Our pies contain no preservatives, no fillers, and no canned fruit. And you won’t be eating hydrogenated vegetable shortening when you eat our pies – we use nothing but 100% fresh sweet butter. So, what’s in your pie?
26075 Detroit Rd.
Westlake, OH 44145
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Great Lakes Baking Company
The Great Lakes Baking Company is a small artisan bakery. Since opening in 1998, the shop has produced a variety of freshly baked breads, scones, muffins, cookies, cakes, and rolls from scratch using traditional American and European recipes. Most recently, the bakery has expanded its offering to include a weekly cupcake special and pizza on Saturday nights.
All products are baked on the premises from scratch. Depending on the recipe, either whole wheat flours or white enriched flours are typically used - never bleached or bromated flours. In recipes requiring a sweetener, Ohio honey or pure cane sugar are used - never high fructose corn syrup or any artificial sweetener, flavoring, or preservative. The Great Lakes region has a long history of growing and milling flours and other natural ingredients suitable for producing a wide array of baked goods. We make every effort to source ingredients locally.
85 S. Main St.
Hudson, OH 44236
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Martha is an Ecuadorian native who grew up learning first-hand organic farming. She inherited from past generations traditional Inca agricultural methods and trading practices. This way of life has persisted in the villages of the Andes even to this day where the farmers market feeds and supports the local community. Martha now farms in Ashland County with her husband Pete and their children.
1422 County Road 1008
Ashland, OH 44805
McCoy's Custom Catering
Breakfast on the Green, anyone? Breakfast burritos and fresh squeezed orange juice, along with fresh sauces, dip and spreads.
440 Grant St,
Akron, OH 44311
Read more about McCoy's Custom Catering in the Hudson Hub-Times.
The Tiny Jelly Company
Scratch-made jams and jellies made with locally-sourced natural fruits and ingredients.
"From the farm or forest right into the jar!"
8741 Gotham Rd.
Garrettsville, OH 44231
Top Tier Pastry
Delectable pastries, including cookies, brownies, breads, cakes, petit fours and favors, and holiday gifts and baskets. Top Tier Pastry uses only the best ingredients, starting with locally hand-picked produce, to create fresh, scratch-baked artisan products.
8013 Zupancic Dr.
Garrettsville, OH 44231
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Tyler's Farm is a newly-established hydroponic greenhouse located in Oberlin, Ohio. Tyler has 20 years' growing experience and is looking forward to providing a fresh, sustainable product to you. Tyler's Farm uses no GMO seeds. Some of the benefits to hydroponic growing include: biological insect control, little to no chemicals used, and sustainability through water conservation. Our product is living, with the roots intact, upon delivery.
45480 E. Hamilton St.
Oberlin, OH 44074
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Weaver's Truck Patch
Sweet corn, cucumbers, pickles, zucchini, tomatoes, red beets, yellow squash, green beans, lima beans, watermelon, cantaloupe, potatoes, cabbage, lettuce, eggplant, onions, cut flowers, broccoli, cauliflower, maple syrup, jams, jellies, breads, pumpkins, gourds, squash, peas, and black raspberries in July.
8183 Township Rd. 61
Fredericksburg, OH 44627