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Connecting the Copper Communities' Food Growers to Grow a Stronger Economy and Healthy Community.
Dudleyville Multi-Generational Center
N San Pedro Ave
Arizona Zipline Adventures resident farm to table restaurant, Peppersauce Station Kitchen, has a garden that grows their salad and burger toppings. Plus, they raise 40-50 chickens. Now they join us at the farmers market.
35406 S Mt Lemmon Rd
Oracle, Arizona 85623
Family owned and operated in San Manuel, Arizona, we offer natural farm raised lamb and goat products.
San Manuel, Arizona
A local bakery and cafette specializing in all natural, delicious items for people living a food-allergen-free or healthier lifestyle, as well as their family and friends. . . .Over 100 different items including breads, muffins, pies, desserts
10880 N. 32nd St. Suite 39
Phoenix, Scottsdale, Arizona, Arizona 85028
21 Cakes is a bakery offering cupcakes and cookies as well as wedding and special occasion cakes and vegan and gluten free options upon request. Rated the top cupcakes and cakes in Scottsdale/Phoenix!
7001 N. Scottsdale Road Suite 175
Scottsdale, Arizona 85253
Our beers are brewed in small batches, which means you'll find steadily rotating traditional favorites, experimental flavors, seasonal favorites, and casks on tap exclusively at the brewpub.
1312 N. Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, Arizona 85251
Our mission is to nourish everyone who comes into contact with Kaleidoscope Juice with our organic cold pressed juice, high vibe foods and uplifting shop experience so that we can live happy, purpose-filled lives.
7119 East 1st Ave.
Phoenix, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Scottsdale, Arizona, Arizona, Arizona, Arizona 85281
Founded in 2009 by two sisters, Rebecca and Sarah Kidwell, Farmyard stands for the principles of self-reliant food production. Our philosophy is simple. Grow locally. Produce organically. Eat well.
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