Indy's Craft Food Scene

We had the distinct pleasure last week of talking with some of Indy's most dedicated craft & local food enthusiasts at Yelp Indy's Ten Minute Talks event at Wildwood Market in Fountain Square. Aside from being a ton of fun, we finally got to meet so many people we've heard so many great things about here in the Indy food scene. From small startups like Pure & Good Foods & Batch No. 2 to Indy favorites King David Dogs and Traders Point Creamery, everyone shared the same enthusiasm for our city and the local food movement we've all embraced here in town. 

It's so important to remember how much hard work and care goes into craft & local goods like these, and we should all do our part to support food makers in our local economies. Sure, you might pay a few bucks more for some of these goods, but the quality and care that goes into their production is well worth the price. Shop local, shop healthy, and help your community grow!

When in Fountain Square, please visit our friends at Wildwood Market.

If you live north of downtown, Goose the Market is a great place for local goods and produce.

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Posted on June 30, 2015 .