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The Simple, Good, and Tasty directory highlights businesses and organizations that favor local ingredients, source as much local food as possible, support their communities, and embody fair trade practices.

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  • A New Leaf Plants & Produce

    1605 Happy Valley Rd., Sequim, WA 98382, us
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  • A project of Churches' Center for Land and People

    According to Robin Schirmer - Indoor farmers markets are held November through March to provide small farmers with venues to continue selling their farmstead products beyond the traditional growing se
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  • A Salt & Battery

    A Salt & Battery, a fish & chip shop, uses only the freshest and finest quality fish and ingredients fried in the best vegetable oil.
    112 Greenwich Avenue, between 12th & 13th Streets, New York, NY 10011, us
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  • A-Z Farm

    According to Ray and Alice Antoniewicz - Ray and Alice Antoniewicz have operated the A-Z Farm for more than three decades.
    1820 Schuster Rd., Oregon, WI 53575, us
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  • Abbey Brown Soap Artisans

    According to Deborah Kraemer - A treasure of a Shoppe in the heart of Chicago's West Loop neighborhood.
    1162 W. Grand Ave, Chicago, IL 60622, us
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  • ABC Kitchen

    ABC Kitchen has a committed focus to local, sustainable and organic seasonal produce that does not use pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, insecticides or GMOs; meat, fish and dairy that is locally sou
    35 E 18th Street, New York, NY 10003, us
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  • Abundant Life Essentials

    37017 W Hwy 51, Mannford, OK 74044, us
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  • Ada Farmers Market

    According to Prissy Johnson - Time of Year: Open-Air
    12th & Townsend, Ada, OK 74820, us
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  • Addison Farmers Market

    Time of Year: June ? September
    One Friendship Plaza, Addison, IL 60101, us
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  • Agua Linda Farm

    According to Stewart Loew - Agua Linda Farm is a sustainable, direct to consumer operation reminiscent of the diversified family farms of the past.
    I-19, Exit 42, south on East Frontage Rd., Amado, AZ 85645, us
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