5.06.2010

Good Morning Ohio: Walker Foods - A Taste of Ohio

A Taste of Ohio
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Good morning to Walker Food Group's

I had the pleasure of meeting Pam Pribanick of Walker Food Group a few weeks ago, while attending the A Taste of Ohio food event at the Lewis Center Kroger. If you've never had a chance to make it out to one of their events, you're seriously missing out. More than 50 Ohio vendors, farmers, and producers of yumminess were there sharing their products. What a treat!

Pam and I are kindred spirits when it comes to being passionate about keeping things local, healthy, natural, and "slow". She's the kind of lady I feel my life is enriched by knowing. Trust me, all Ohioans are better with her out there, spreading the word about Ohio-made foods! This darling lady also was kind enough to send me a huge ol' box of Ohio goodies for me to try -- Schlabach Amish "Grand-ola" and granola bars (which taste so fresh and natural you almost can't believe it), Buckeye Mustard, Vino de Milo Artichoke Garlic Bruschetta, Ludwig's Buckeye Magic seasoning rubs, and a bag of whole bean coffee from Chief Cooker Coffee Roasters. Hello! I'm in Ohio foodie heaven, here! Thanks Pam for your kindness & generosity!


The "A Taste Of Ohio" local foods prgram from the Walker Food Group makes a complete menu of artisan food items produced in the Buckeye State available to Ohio retailers. With over 400 high quality products from all corners of the state and more being added every day we are proud to be "Helping Ohioans Buy Local."



There are spots all over Ohio who feature many of the A Taste of Ohio/Walker Food Group-represented companies, but many products are available for purchase online through the A Taste of Ohio website. Natural, Ohio-grown teas, sweet & spicy mustard, finger-licking BBQ rubs and sauces, creamy, perfect cheeses (oh, the CHEESES! You have no idea!), brownies, jellies, jams, and even peanut butter, are just a click away. You are really missing out if you don't seek out these amazing Ohio vendors (Aisle 10, Lewis Center Kroger is a good start.) Happy eating, Ohio!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for sharing this information - I intend to buy local, and you just made it much easier for me to do so.

Diana Mieczan said...

In Europe is still very difficult to buy local food....It is not as popular but I try my best! I think it’s very important to eat free of preservatives healthy food!
Great post!
Have a sunny weekend, sweetie!

Persis Shah said...

thanks for sharing this!

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