Teton Slow Food Guide

The Teton Slow Food Guide: The Teton Slow Food Guide (TSFG) initiative is designed to connect local eaters with local and regional producers. It will be a mechanism for producers to sell and distribute goods, and for residents and visitors to more easily make local food purchases. This long-term goal of the TSFG is an interactive website and online marketplace to buy local and regional food. Coming soon: new features to this directory of producers, making  local food even easier to find.

Check out the newest edition of the Teton Slow Food Guide in the Summer/Fall edition of Dishing Magazine!


DISHINGJHslowfood-2Local Food Guide fall 2014As we continue to work to bring you an interactive online resource for finding and buying local food, we recently partnered with Dishing magazine to produce our the first version of the Teton Slow Food Guide (above). Please find an additional list of local and regional producers below. We strive to connect you with these amazing producers as one way to live the “Slow life.”

Beer and Wine

Grand Teton Brewing

Wyoming Wine Broker: jbrazinski@aol.com

Bread and Pastries 

460 Bread

Kick’n Gluten Free Bakery

Persephone Bakery

Mr. McGregor’s Garden

Coffee and Tea

Dragon Lady Teas

Great Northern Coffee

Snake River Roasting Company

Teton Coffee Company


Ballard Family Dairy and Cheese

Larks Meadow Farm

Moo’s Ice Cream

Paradise Springs Farm

Reed’s Dairy

Teton Valley Creamery

Winter Winds Farm

Farm to Table

Morley’s Acres Farm and Bed and Breakfast


Aspens Market

Aspens Farmer’s Market

Jackson Hole Farmer’s Market

Jackson Whole Grocer

The People’s Market

Meat and Butchers

Purely By Chance Farm

Haderlie Farms

HD Dunn & Son Angus Beef

Brady’s Idaho Beef

Jackson Hole Hereford Ranch


Alpenglow Farms

Blue Flax Farm

Brady’s Plant Ranch

Cosmic Apple Farm

Darby Canyon Gardens: juallen@ida.net

Evergreen Farm

Generation Farms

Liberty Tomato Company

Painted Sage Farm

Snowdrift Farm

Teton Botanical Garden

Full Circle Farm

Wyomatoes Organic Farm

Wind River Herbs

Other Products

Teton Pepper Friends (hot sauces)

Are you a local or regional producer? Please send us your website and or facebook information and we will list your information on this page.

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