What's Locally Grown at Hy-Vee?

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What's Locally Grown at Hy-Vee?

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July 30 2020


Throughout the summer months, look for the Hy-Vee Homegrown label in the produce department. This means that the produce was grown within 200 miles by local family farmers. Meet a few of our favorites below and get some of our favorite recipes.

Also be sure to check out 14 Hy-Vee Homegrown Recipes to Make Before Summer Ends.

  1. Schweizer Orchards

    In St. Joesph, Missouri, there's more than apples in this orchard. Garden-fresh peppers—from sweet bells to jalapenos—are hand-picked daily throughout the season on this family farm and transported to stores within 24 hours to ensure freshness.

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  2. Ineichen's Tomatoes

    In Blue Grass, Iowa, and Milan, Illinois, Ineichen's grows yellow, grape, cherry, and heirloom tomatoes and hand-picks vine-ripened fruits at peak flavor.

  3. Beaver Creek Produce

    In Perry, Iowa, Mike and Tim Phelan cultivate delicious lettuces, cucumbers, and vine-ripened tomatoes, plus tasty herbs, using hydroponics at their Century Family Farm greenhouse.

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