Bloomington Farm Stop Collective Introduces New Products

Staff report

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Bloomington Farm Stop Collective (BFSC) announced the introduction of several new products in an email to customers on Tuesday. Highlighting local craftsmanship and sustainable practices, these additions aim to enhance the variety available at the cooperative.

Twilight Dairy Farm, in collaboration with Anna Belle Farm, has launched a new cottage cheese made from 100% grass-fed cows. This product promises a fresh and wholesome addition to the market’s dairy section. BFSC showcased a serving suggestion featuring the cottage cheese mixed with Fish Lake organic black raspberry jelly spread on Muddy Fork heirloom whole wheat bread.

In a unique twist, BFSC is also offering dog biscuits from a local startup named Moon Pennies. The company, founded by two creatives from Prospect Hill, Bloomington, aims to provide high-quality, handmade dog treats using limited ingredients. Available flavors include Harvest Moons (Apple, Carrot, and Green Bean), Milky-Wheys (Apple, Cheddar), Blue Moons (Blueberry, Peanut Butter, Banana), and Lucky Moons (Pumpkin, Peanut Butter).

For gardening enthusiasts, BFSC introduced bamboo stakes as a sustainable and sturdy plant support option. Noted for their tensile strength and eco-friendliness, these stakes are positioned as an ideal choice for maintaining upright garden crops without harming plants or the environment.

The vendor spotlight this month is on Rezenience, a venture by Jami, an advocate for holistic and integrative health care and an enthusiast of gardening. Jami’s work ranges from creating intricate native edible forest gardens to studying the relationships between food, environment, art, and design. Jami brings a rich background in arts, illustration, and photography, alongside expertise in permaculture and potager design.

Bloomington Farm Stop Collective, located at 902 W Kirkwood Ave, continues to champion local products and sustainable practices, inviting the community to explore its diverse offerings. For more information, customers can visit their website or follow them on social media.

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