Where To Buy


Our grains and dry beans are made available by friends of ours at several farmers’ markets around the Chicagoland area. Look for our products at these markets during the summer markets in 2014:

Glenwood Sunday Market – Rogers Park, Chicago – Four Friends Farm
Green City Market – Lincoln Park, Chicago – Radical Root Farm
61st Street Farmers’ Market – Hyde Park, Chicago – Peerless Bread & Jam
Logan Square Farmers’ Market – Logan Square, Chicago – Radical Root Farm
Lincoln Square Farmer’s Market – Lincoln Square, Chicago – Peasants’ Plot

Our summer markets usually also include:

Batavia Farmers’ Market – Batavia, IL
Oswego Farmers’ Market – Oswego, IL


The following retail locations carry our products when they are available:

Dill Pickle Food Co-op in Logan Square
3039 W. Fullerton, Chicago, IL

Open Produce in Hyde Park
1655 W. Cornell, Chicago, IL

The Heartland Cafe General Store in Rogers Park
7000 N. Glenwood, Chicago, IL

River Valley Farmers Table
1820 W. Wilson, Chicago, IL

Pure Prairie Farm Farmstand
Primrose Farm, 5N726 Crane Road, St. Charles, IL


Irv & Shelly’s Fresh Picks carries our dry beans and delivers in the Chicagoland area.


Local Foods Grocer & Distributor is Chicago’s first wholesale distributor and retailer of strictly local foods from the Midwest’s finest farmers. We are excited to work with these good folks. This is a great option for restaurants that prefer weekly delivery.

Eat Here St. Louis distributes our beans in the St. Louis area. Owner Andy Ayers, an experienced chef and former restaurant owner, uses his contacts and palate to bring the most delicious local food to to area chefs.


For bulk sales of feed-grade grains, we often sell through our marketing co-op, the Midwest Organic Farmers’ Co-operative. Joining forces with other organic grain farmers in Illinois allows us to access larger, higher-quality, consistent buyers for our products when we need them. If you need smaller quantities of grains for feed, please just contact us.


We focus on providing local food to local folks, so we are not set up for remote sales. If you’re not located in an area where you can buy our products from us or one of our retail outlets, we recommend checking out Cooking Beans from Seed Savers Exchange. We support Seed Savers’ mission, and we hope you will too.

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