We buy local, in season, from great farmers and companies like these.
Thies Farm and Greenhouses is a fifth generation farm that has been in business at the same location on North Hanley Road since 1885. They pride themselves on their locally grown products and handpick them each day to ensure the best quality for you and your family.
The family-owned orchard and farm is the source of delicious produce and responsible, hard-working young adults. Eilerman Brothers Orchards is located in Calhoun County in Batchtown, IL.
Stuckmeyer Farms are a fourth generation family owned vegetable farm. They are located just south of St. Louis, between Fenton and Arnold at the intersection of Highway 141 and Highway 21.
At Grandma’s nuts, the mission is simple: to provide the best products and service to customers at the lowest prices possible. They take great pride in their company, their commitment to customer service and in the products they sell.
The caramel apples from Bobbie’s Frozen Custard in Maryville, IL are a seasonal item made around the end of August through November. No need for a trip across the river—they can be purchased at Straub’s!Farmer. Teacher. All-Around Nice Guy. Greg Lehr is our Produce Manager and Buyer. With 15 years of grocery experience and nearly a lifetime of produce experience, Greg offers a helpful, thoughtful and knowledgeable approach to every customer who ventures into the produce department. Stop by and see him today!
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