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The Oberlin Food Hub began as a venture within the Oberlin Project in 2016 as a way to connect Oberlin-area farms and producers with wholesale customers. Today it serves more than 100 customers across Greater Cleveland, offering exclusively locally sourced foods, defined as within 100 miles from farm to table.

Products Overview: The Oberlin Food Hub sells exclusively locally sourced foods, defined as within 100 miles from farm to table. Though producers may conform to conventional or organic standards, all products are traced from the point of origin to the buyer and are labeled accordingly in the effort to maintain transparency.

Producer NameDescription
Angiuli's Farm Market

An orchard and vegetable grower based in Canfield, OH. The Angiuli's take pride in growing high-quality produce.

Baker's Golden Dairy

Dairy farming goes back many generations of Baker’s. To carry on with the tradition of dairy farming, Baker’s Golden Dairy was established in 1999 by Kevin and Deb Baker.

In 2009, Kevin threw around the idea of bottling his own milk (this was a dream of his). He had many people wanting local milk but nowhere to get it. They wanted “Milk like it used to be,” Non-homogenized and unpasteurized. But in the State of Ohio, you cannot sell unpasteurized milk unless you own a cow through a herd share program.

As Kevin’s kids grew up, they wanted to stay on the farm and take part. That made Kevin start thinking even harder… he had to do something to allow for his kids to come back to the farm. Especially after his daughter Kasey decided to go to OSU ATI for Dairy Management and Production. After doing much research on the “big plan,” he figured he would give it a try.

In 2010, the ground was broke and the building was started. It wasn’t too long after that Kevin got a phone call from a friend who had found a dairy setup over in Pennsylvania for sale. He contacted the guy and we sent a semi-truck over. They unhooked the equipment and brought it home. After laying out the setup, it was put together. We worked with the State inspectors regularly to make sure everything was approved.

After many trial runs, Baker’s Golden Dairy received their Grade A milk license on July 9th, 2011!! This was our first official day open. We did it!!

Today, Baker’s Golden Dairy can be found in over 55 local stores and growing more and more every year!

Currently, there are 4 generations of Baker’s working on the dairy farm today and since have expanded our line of dairy products. We added ice cream in 2016 and in 2017 we introduced our line of drinkable yogurt!! We are looking into adding more dairy products to come... as always, we are open to any suggestions you may have!

Camp Road Farm

60 acres of fields and growing, Camp Road Farm is among the largest growers of produce in the region, supplying numerous businesses in North East Ohio, including many in Oberlin. At just 34 years old, Camp Road Farm's owner is among the leaders of sustainable agriculture in the region.

Cleveland Tofu

Dedicated to bringing you the finest hand-made tofu you can find.

Dillon Fruit Farm

Blueberries

Dough Go's

Dough Go’s is a family owned and operated business located in Canton, Ohio. We offer delicious pizza, bread and cookie dough to NorthEast Ohio.

Elk Creek Honey Farm

Beekeepers Tim and Renee harvest raw honey and make other honey products. Their honey-based products include herbal and flavored honeys, as well as cosmetics and other beeswax products.

Field Fresh Farm

Field Fresh Farm is a small-acreage family-business farm located just a short drive from Jefferson. We grow a high quality of seasonal vegetables using sustainable agriculture practices.We employ and mentor local youth to plant the garden, manage the process and to harvest what we have grown.

George Jones Farm

Located about one mile from downtown Oberlin, the 70-acre Jones Farm is an innovative educational site with an abundance of resources and activities for students and the greater community. Focused on workforce development, our aim is to prepare our students to enter the field of agriculture and to inspire young people to consider farming as a career. With the average age of the American farmer approaching 60, we believe fully in the need and importance of our work.

Named after beloved Oberlin College botanist George Jones, the Memorial Farm is a haven for native plants and a diverse range of wildlife. With a focus on restoration agriculture, our techniques are designed to build soil and create healthier, more nutritious crops. Our partnership with Oberlin College allows us to accept food waste from campus dining halls, while providing local food back to students. We utilize conventional organic and inventive methods for cultivation. Along with annual row crops, we have incorporated perennial systems (perennial rows, food forest, medicine trails), high tunnel hoop houses, rotational systems, fruit and nut cultivation, and maple syrup production. We house a range of livestock at any given time including pigs, chickens, ducks, fish, worms, and bees.

Green City Growers

Green City Growers produces tasty, nutrient-rich, pesticide-free produce year-round. Capitalizing on our custom built, state-of-the art greenhouse, we produce millions of heads of lettuce and specialty greens and hundreds of thousands of pounds of herbs and micro-greens every year.

Green Field Farms

Green Field Farms, a farmer owned co-op, was established in 2003 to assist in the revitalization of our culture's rich farming history. Our small family farms have been growing organic and nutrient dense food for centuries. Each of our producers follow strict guidelines and common principles that reach beyond FDA regulations. We firmly believe in continuing our old-world tradition of providing healthy, nourishing food, for our family and yours. The Green Field Farms certification seal guarantees this product was produced to our specifications by Amish and conservative Mennonite farmers that use horse and buggy for transportation.

Grobe Fruit Farm

This family-run farm has an abundance of apples and also provides the Hub with delicious and fresh corn on the cob!

Hartzler Family Dairy

Hartzler Family Dairy - Farming as nature intended. Hartzler currently procures milk from three local dairy farms, all located within 15 miles of our processing plant in Wooster, OH. These farms are Hartz-Way Farm where they currently milk 120 cows, A to Z Farm who is milking 50 cows and Steinline Farm who currently milks 30 cows. Hartzler Family Dairy uses Low-Temperature Vat Pasteurization. This ensures our milk retains a majority of it's enzymes, which are crucial for proper digestion and good health.

Huffman's Farm

Fruit

Lake Erie Creamery

With its establishment in 2006, Lake Erie Creamery became the first licensed artisan cheese maker in the state of Ohio. In 2013 the creamery was purchased by Brian Moran. Through his stewardship the creamery has expanded its line of cheese products and significantly increased the retail footprint of LEC.

Brian’s background is in horticulture, spending more than 20 years as a landscape designer and gardener. Looking for an alternative occupation that would be equally creative and challenging he discovered cheese making. Brian worked under the original owners of LEC, learning how to make their cheeses, and he also took a number of courses at the Vermont Institute of Artisan Cheese. However, the majority of his experience has come from the best teacher of all - making cheese.

Lettuce Heads Farm

Produce

Middlefield Cheese

Cheese

Minerva Dairy

At Minerva Dairy, we don’t JUST make butter…we eat, sleep, and dream butter! We make better butter because we’re better at making butter. It would be hard not to after 125 years! We’re all still living by Grandma Lorraine’s adage, “There’s not much in life that can’t be made better with butter.”

Moores Heritage Farm

We proudly raise our livestock on pasture, the animals' natural environment, where they have shelter from the elements but the ability to express themselves naturally. Our poultry (Chickens, Turkeys, and Ducks) receives an entirely non-GMO feed. Our sheep are 100% grass fed and finished on pasture most of the year and supplemented with hay when weather conditions do not permit grazing. Our pigs are raised on pasture and woods. We feel that farming is our true calling and we are committed to producing only sustainable and ethically raised livestock.

Moreland Fruit Farm

Abe and Emanuel recently took over this large fruit and vegetable growing operation.

Morning Side Farm

George was a commercial artist in his younger days, but he turned to organic farming to fulfill a desire to be a sustainable member of the community. Selling a variety of vegetables from beets to celery, Morning Side is dedicated to fresh, delicious produce.

Na*Kyrsie Meats

Local, Ohio-raised and seam-butchered meats, artisan style charcuterie and salumi.

Our F.A.M.I.L.Y. Fresh Food Cooperative

Our F.A.M.I.L.Y.’s vision is to provide
opportunities for people to grow food for themselves and for donation, increase their healthy activity, get to know their neighbors, learn from each other, and
create a productive and beautiful commons.

Paint Valley Farms Creamery

Paint Valley Farms produces local dairy products that are not homogenized and minimally pasteurized. They make delicious chevre and other cheese products.

Pope's Kitchen

Hot sauce

Quarry Hill Orchards

This family-owned orchard grows a wide variety of fruits, including pears, cherries, peaches, and many types of apples. The Gammie family also supports a farm-to-school program to educate children about food and nutrition.

Randy's Pickles

Hand-crafted in Cleveland, Ohio, Randy's Pickles takes ingredients seriously. We use all-natural products and preservatives. Our recipes are our take on the traditional pickle and with some of our recipes, we kick the notch up and add peppers and spices to make some of our best sellers - our spicy pickles and our hot pickles. Each jar is carefully hand packed in Cleveland, Ohio in a professional kitchen to ensure that you get the best possible pickle -- an exceptional pickle.

Roy & Ella Shrock

Syrup

Runcible Spoon

Jam

Shagbark Seed Mill

Michelle sees Shagbark Mill's work as deeply connected to supporting those affected by "fossil fuels such as marginalized populations, people of color, and multigenerational appalachians." Michelle and Brandon started Shagbark with the goal to offer affordable, local, nutritious and organic beans and grains. Shagbark was founded to fill the void for a local mill in Southeast Ohio. Now, Shagbark cleans, mills and bags the local grains and beans fresh for each customer.

Shared Legacy Farm

At Shared Legacy Farms, we know you care about where your food comes from. It’s not just about great tasting vegetables. You want to know how your food was grown and feel good about how it got to your table.

Stutzman Farms

With a focus on local and organic farming, Stutzman farms produces certified organic flours and oats with an on-site mill. They have gluten-free options and are committed to healthy foods.

Sunsational Farm

Sunflower Oil

Valley City Fungi

John, a self-taught fungiculturist, grows several varieties of organic Shiitake and oyster mushrooms, along with other types of gourmet fungi. These are all grown in his incredible self-built farm, made from shipping containers.

Velvet-View Farmstead

Velvet-View Farms, located in the scenic hills of western Holmes County, Ohio, is owned and operated by the Schlauch family. Aaron and Brandi, Aaron’s father, David, and sons Logan and Wyatt milk 70 cows in Big Prairie, Ohio.

The area now known as Velvet-View Farms was first established as a land grant, signed by President James Madison in 1817. The land had changed hands many times before being purchased by the Schlauch family in 1948.

Being a small farm is important to the Schlauch’s. “I couldn’t imagine milking one of those thousand-cow herds,” said Aaron, a third-generation dairy farmer. “To me, it’s the personal contact with the animals and the breeding of superior cattle that makes farming interesting.”

The cows are the heart of the operation at Velvet-View Farms. Black and white as well as red and white Holsteins are milked three times a day on the farm, and each of the ‘ladies’ have names – just ask Wyatt. On average, each cow at Velvet-View produces about 25,000 pounds of milk per year – that’s almost 3,000 gallons!

A look at our farm will show you how much we value our wholesome, farm-fresh yogurt. Our milk only moves 17 feet from the cow to the container, and is free of additives and preservatives. With new flavored and Greek yogurts, as well as our original plain yogurt, on store shelves, we’re happier than ever to provide fresh, farmstead yogurt from our family to yours.

Vigeo Gardens

VIGEO GARDENS BELIEVES IN PRODUCE GROWN WITH INTEGRITY. OUR CROPS ARE GROWN RESPONSIBLY, WITHOUT THE NEED TO BE SPRAYED WITH HARSH CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS AND PESTICIDES. WE MAINTAIN A CONSISTENT, RELIABLE SUPPLY OF PRODUCE, THAT HAS CREATED SUSTAINABLE JOBS IN THE LOCAL COMMUNITY.

FOOD IS GROWN HERE IN AKRON, OHIO, AND CAN MAKE IT TO YOUR PLATE WITHIN 24 HOURS OF BEING HARVESTED. WE TAKE THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF AGRICULTURE SERIOUSLY.

WE OFFER THE FRESHEST, HEALTHIEST MICROGREENS, LEAFY GREENS, AND HERBS AVAILABLE IN THE REGION. THE INTENSE FLAVORS OF OUR FINELY CURATED PRODUCE TANTALIZES TASTE BUDS. OUR GREENS CAPTURE THE ESSENCE OF ETHICAL EATING. WHETHER YOU ARE AN INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED CHEF OR SOMEONE JUST LOOKING TO PUT A HEALTHY DISH ON THE TABLE, VIGEO GARDENS HAS THE PRODUCE TO COMPLETE YOUR BALANCED MEAL.

Wayward Seed Farm

At Wayward Seed, we strive to be an example of Ohio at its best. We're passionate about selecting the vegetable varieties that not only promote Ohio's farming heritage, but bring the very best flavor to your table.

The Wayward Seed Farm utilizes three main farming principles: raised beds, composting and proper crop rotation. Plants are given a healthy foliar feeding program of seaweed, fish emulsion and humus. To maintain a healthy balance, we apply various rock powders, cover crops and aged compost throughout the year.

Weaver's Truck Patch

This Amish family farm based in Fredericksburg, OH grows a wide variety of produce on roughly 50 acres. They use season extension techniques to have early spring and late fall offerings.

Yoder Farm

Produce

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