Wednesday, July 11, 2007



This list is not completely inclusive as many stores, fruit stands, and farmer’s markets carry local produce.
Here’s a run-down of some great places to find the goods:
Check out local farmer’s markets at this link.
Liberty Heights Fresh
Whole Foods (look at the little signs—sometimes you’ll find a local treat)
Harmon's Grocery
Craigslist (some people post if they have an overabundance in their gardens)

Mountainview Mushrooms
from Fillmore, UT
They grow White, Crimini, Portobello, and Oyster.
Their White Button mushrooms are available at
Winder Farms

Farnsworth Cider Mill
from Sandy, UT
Sprays apples for coddling moths
Organically grown pick-your-own available at its Country Store, 11228 South 700 East
Cider available at Harmon's Grocery

Cochran's Produce and Specialty Market
from Ogden, UT
Produce available at 6060 South 1550 East, 801-475-6060
Monday-Saturday, 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Closed during winter

Marvin's Garden
from South Weber, UT
356 East South Weber Drive
Call ahead with an order at 801-479-6467
available at Park City, Ogden, and Clearfield markets

Parker Farms Produce

from Hooper, UT
available at
Fruit stand at house in Clinton: 2313 West 1300 North, Saturdays 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Order direct by calling 801-540-0277

S & R Fruit
from Alpine, UT
available at Park City, Murray, and SLC Downtown markets
Will start selling from shed at home when peaches come in: 50 N 100 E, Alpine, UT

Sunbridge Growers
from Fairview, UT
Sprouts, microgreens
available at
Cali's Natural Foods
SLC Downtown Farmers Market

from Salt Lake City, UT
Seasonal vegetables, herbs, edible flowers, limited fruit
available at 1432 South 1100 East, SLC

Weeks Berries of Paradise

from Paradise, UT
available at
SLC Downtown Farmers Market
Murray Farmers Market


Marshall and Julie Welch said...

I did my detective work on spuds this past Saturday. The first thing I learned was that the Murray Farmers' Market hasn't started yet. Oh well. So I went downtown to Pioneer Park. I found 3 farms within 100 miles that grow and sell spuds...Chad's Farm, Hooper Farms, and Beutler Family Farms.

Andrea and Mike said...

Good work Marshall! Now we can experiment with making pototoe flour! Has anyone made potatoe flour before, let alone, cooked with it?