This delivery truck is empty!ADD SOME PRODUCTS
We Don't Deliver In Your Area...Yet.
We're sorry, it doesn't look like we can deliver to your address yet. We need five people in a specific area for home deliveries to work outside of our current service area, the farther removed the more folks are needed.
If you feel like you have sufficient interest in your area, then call (740) 263-6933 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Alternatively, please consider one of our pick-up locations. Interested in hosting your own pick-up location? Contact us at email@example.com for more information.
We Deliver to Your Area!
We're excited to deliver our farm fresh goodies to your door or to a pickup location nearby!
You can shop our store at any time, opt-in to any of our 3 sizes of weekly farm produce boxes, or "Build-A-Box" of your own!
Shake before each use.
We believe that living with an ecocentric mindset is one of the most powerful ways we can affect our environment. Our everyday choices are where we make our stance to live for others; to create a healthier future for ourselves and our world. We created our Oat Milk with these principles in mind. A simple product that allows us to enjoy and create in our kitchens while knowing we are making decisions that have a much farther reach.
Our Milk is simple. We use organic oats sourced only from farmers using regenerative practices. As we blend the oats we add a bit of Ohio Maple Syrup and a pinch of salt to complement the oat’s natural nuttiness. This is food, made local, with no additives. It looks a little different. It settles when it sits. It needs shaken before each use. We take pride in this. Our belief in simplicity allows us to provide a product that our entire community can stand behind.
Regenerative agriculture is a conservation and rehabilitation approach to food and farming systems. It focuses on topsoil regeneration, increasing biodiversity, increasing resilience to climate change, and strengthening the health and vitality of farm soil. Practices include recycling as much farm waste as possible and adding composted material from sources outside the farm.
For further reading on Regenerative Agriculture; https://cutt.ly/lpaXnVT