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The Copper Hen has not only breakfast, lunch, and dinner for those in Globe; but also offers orders for custom cakes to order and many other baked goods for those who stop by the bakery cafe. Breakfast and Lunch: 6:30 am-2:30 pm Sunday Brunch
157 W Cedar St
Globe-Miami, Arizona 85501
Serving breakfast, lunch, and so much more! A sneak peek of what you'll find in the market: Gregg Vinson's jojoba beef Deb Breen's Sky Island Coffee Roasters Organic milk Free range organic milk Pasta Gluten Free
270 American Avenue
Oracle, Arizona 85623
Los Hermanos offers catering services, operates a tortilla factory and the restaurant features a lounge and full service bar along with an upstairs banquet hall.
835 U.S. 60
Superior, Arizona 85173
Elizabeth digs dirt! She is a small backyard grower who loves to grow vegetables and specializes in herbs, nopales, chicken and duck eggs. She also, brings a selection of fresh baked goods.
Oro Valley, Arizona
The new bakery at the Olney House is in the original summer kitchen located in our common courtyard. We offer a full array of sweets, artisan breads and pastries which are baked fresh daily.
1104 S. Central Ave
Safford, Arizona 85546
Bruzzi Vineyard is located in scenic Young, Arizona. We grow a variety of vine crops including award winning wine grapes. Stop by our wine tasting room, seasonal farm stand or attend one of our famous events. We look forward to seeing you soon!
47209 N. Hwy 288
Young, Arizona 85554
For over 33 years, ARBICO Organics has been producing and supplying commercial growers, landscapers, ranchers, pet owners and home gardeners with natural products for comprehensive pest control solutions.
10831 N. Mavinee Dr. Ste. 185
Oro Valley, Arizona 85737
Vermillion Wormery's mission is to return organic 'waste' to the soil food web using worms, a process known as vermicomposting. They partner with restaurants and friends, taking kitchen scraps and feeding them to their earthworms who produce vermicas