YOUR LOCAL GROCERY STORES

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2122 S PLUM GROVE RD

ROLLING MEADOWS, ILLINOIS 60008

PHONE: 847-221-8468

9711 W GRAND AVE

FRANKLIN PARK, ILLINOIS 60131

PHONE: 847-916-2483

LOCAL SOURCING

Amish Farmers stores provide a new environment that incorporates a grocery store, traditional butcher shop, buffet-style restaurant and farmers market — all featuring delicious, locally sourced, farm-to-table offerings.

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STORES OPENING HOURS:

MONDAY - SATURDAY

8.00 AM - 7.00 PM

SUNDAY

9.00 AM - 3.00 PM

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WHY WE LOVE AMISH FARMERS?

The Amish are known as some of the best farmers in the world.

The discipline, hard work, respect and love of the soil are qualities that are synonymous to the Amish culture and traditions. Moreover, life on a farm coincides with their religious beliefs and traditions.

To the Amish toiling with the soil, raising livestock, and growing their food is seen as cooperating with God's will. Communing with nature is a form of communing with God. To the Amish, farming is a sacred lifestyle dictated by the Scriptures. 

Furthermore, the Amish are firm believers of hard work, responsibility, simple living, and cooperation among the communities. 

We love Amish farmers for their dedication and sharing real healthy food with us.  We also admire them for their strong sense of community.

OUR MISSION

"The more knowledge you have about the food you eat and feed your family, the more powerful your choice can be."

Our mission is to help you make the best choice simple and promote healthy eating in your community by sourcing and bringing real healthy food from people who love farming, respect soil, and their livestock.

Our policy is to deliver clean food from local farms to our stores within 12 hours to assure freshness and offer only the best food available. We source GMO-free, natural food free of pesticides, and other chemicals.

We currently support fifty small Amish farms located in Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, and Indiana. Last year we built three greenhouses in Amish community located in Michigan to be able to offer spring vegetables as early as possible. We also developed a small storage facility in Wisconsin in 2018 where we store vegetables during winter. During warmer seasons, as the stored food is no longer there, the building serves as a cooler for food that awaits our delivery truck.

We also support local artisans including butchers and bread makers as we believe in small batching, quality craftsmanship and the incredible power of passion.