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Where To Buy Local Foods

How to find and buy local food:

Stores in the Milwaukee area & region that feature local foods

Outpost Natural Foods

Milwaukee, Bayview, Mequon and Wauwatosa

Beans and Barley
East-Side Milwaukee

Goodside Grocery

Slow Pokes


Riverwest Co-Op Grocery & Cafe


To find local sources of Food:

  • Farm Fresh Atlas of Southeastern Wisconsin (farms, farmers markets)
  • Local Harvest
  • Savor Wisconsin
  • Eat Wild (grass fed meats)
  • Urban Ecology Center List of CSA Farms
    find out about buying a share in a local farm’s harvest

The Milwaukee County Winter Farmer’s Market
Saturday mornings starting in Nov. The Domes
more info

For some hard to find local foods:.

  • Great River Organic Milling
    Organic grains, flour and mixes
  • Driftless Organics Sunflower Oil
    You don’t have to be a member of the CSA to order their oil from their website — local, unrefined sunflower oil, pressed from their organically grown sunflowers.
  • Rolling Meadows Sorghum Mill
    for sorghum flour. They are at the Milwaukee Co Winter Farmers Market from November through April
  • Oly’s Oats – sells various formats of oats at farmers markets from his wife’s family mill, Lacrosse Milling Co.
    He attends Oconomowoc, Brookfield, South Shore and Tosa Farmers’ Markets during summer/outdoor season;
    Milwaukee County Winter Farmers’ Market from November through April
  • River Valley Seed and Grain 
    River Valley Seed and Grain offers locally grown and processed organic grain products. Lonesome Stone Pancake Mix is a whole grain mix of all Iowa County grown wheat and rye; Lonesome Stone Organic Whole Wheat Flour – ground from Iowa County hard red winter wheat; Lonesome Stone Rye Flour – ground from Iowa County winter rye. Lonesome Stone Pancake mix available for purchase in 1 or 2 pound bags. All flour is available in 3 pound bags. River Valley Seed and Grain is headquartered out of Lone Rock, Wisconsin. Contact Gilbert at or 608-574-6656.

Where To Buy Local Foods
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