How It Works
HOW THE MARKET WORKS
- Thursday at 1:00pm the market will open.
- Wednesday at 12:30pm the market will close.
- Your orders will be emailed to the farmers on Wednesday afternoon.
- Thursday morning the farmers will deliver the products to the Purdue Extension Office in Greenfield.
- Thursday afternoon between 4-7 PM market employees and volunteers will be at your chosen pick up location with your products.
- The Hoosier Harvest Market will donate your item(s) to the local Food Bank or Soup Kitchen if you forget to pick your order up.
Any products that are delivered to the customer in unsatisfactory condition may be returned to the Purdue Extension Office at 802 N. Apple St., Greenfield, IN 46140. The item will either be replaced or you will receive a credit for the item. You may use our Contact Us form to communicate any problems with your order.
All orders submitted must be paid for; refunds are not available if you forget an item at the pick-up site, or forget to get your order entirely. If you forget to pick up your order we will donate your products to the local food pantry or soup kitchen.
Why Buy Local
BUYING LOCAL MEANS FOOD WITH BETTER FLAVOR AND NUTRITION
- Commercial produce in retail stores is often a week old by the time it travels over 1,500 miles to get here, often requiring preservatives.
- Commercial produce is sometimes picked too early, making fruit, for example, hard and tasteless.
- Locally grown food, on the other hand, is harvested at its peak in taste and nutrition for your immediate purchase.
- Many local farmers offer the unique and flavorful heirloom varieties of produce they sell.
BUYING LOCAL KEEPS THE MONEY IN OUR COMMUNITY
- Commercial food profits go to a middleman or giant business outside our community and state, whereas buying local keeps the money cycling here in our community, helping it to grow and prosper.
- Buying fresh produce from local producers helps preserve local farms and our precious rural community.
BUYING LOCAL ENSURES A SAFE AND SECURE FOOD
- Getting to know our local food producers, their ethics, cultural heritage, and farming practices provides confidence in a safe supply of healthy food for our families.
- Buying from local farmers helps renew rural, small-scale agriculture in our communities and helps guarantee a consistent flow of healthy food year round.
Abbott’s Garlic and Poultry
Bastin Honey Bee Farm
- Honey Bee products
Berry Goods Farm LLC
Big Brick House Bakery
Caprini Creamery, LLC
- Goat Cheese
Chocolate for the Spirit
- Artisan Chocolate
Dugger Family Farm
- Farm store
- Gift baskets
Engleking’s Country Beef Shop
Falling Waters Farm
Greenfield Coffee Company
- Preserved foods
Healthy Hoosier Oils
- Cold Pressed Sunflower
- Canola Oil
Hidden Pond Farm, LLC
- Fermented and probiotic products
JD Nieman Family Farm
Langeland Farms, Inc.
Nature’s Gift Aquaponics
- Certified Organic Produce
Red Bud Farm
- Dillman Farm preserves
Shaffer Family Meats
- Sweet Corn
- Baked goods
- Frozen soups
The Pork Shoppe
Well Done Beef, LLC
How does it work?
Shop online between 12pm Friday and 12pm Wednesday. Add anything you might need. On Thursday between 4pm and 7pm, pick up your order at your chosen location.
Is there a refund policy?
If you have a problem with anything that you’ve ordered, just contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll make it right!
NOTE! Any orders that are forgotten or not picked up on Thursday during your designated time will be donated to the Butler Soup kitchen or the Hancock County Food Pantry in Greenfield, IN. There is no refund for orders that aren’t picked up.
How do I register?
Sign up online here Register.
Register and start shopping for local food!
Where are the drop off points?
What credit cards do you take?
Visa, Mastercard, Discover