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Kuwahara Wholesale

Shop Local, Eat Local, Spend Local, Enjoy Local. Welcome to the only Farmers Market open 7 days a week, located right here in Sandy. To us, supporting our local farmers is one of the most important things to do. Going to a box store to get your produce might be easier, but once you taste local you will understand why it’s better. Come see us! We get in fresh picked produce from different farmers around Utah every. single. day. and on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays we serve fresh tamales, bbq corn, hot dogs, and snow cones.

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Reviews

This is the best nursery in the valley. I have been shopping there since Alex opened his doors. It gets bigger and better every year. I’m so grateful to have this wonderful garden center just a mile from my home.

Trish Weatherman,

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Beautiful flowers, corn is to die for! Good customer service. Friendly. Free grilled corn on Tuesday

Vicki Wiser Speer, 

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A great little Farmer’s market open on weekdays. Just what I was wishing for! Besides local produce, they have an interesting selection of other locally made products. And they are located right on State Street so are easy to get to.

Sarah Eklund,

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Snuck Farm

Snuck Farm is a year-round family farm dedicated to growing produce we can feel good about eating and feeding our own families. All of our greens are hydroponically grown and are free of chemical pesticides and herbicides.

Our farming methods allow us to 1) save land and water, 2) eliminate soil erosion and runoff, 3) efficiently produce high-quality local produce year round. You’ll also find egg and honey production and in-ground organic farming on other areas of the farm.

 Snuck Farm also hosts a variety of community events such as our annual plant sale, cooking classes, workshops, farm-to-table dinners. It is also available as a private event venue. Our mission is to be a force for good in our community while promoting sustainable community-based food production that benefits us all.

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Can be found here:

  • SNUCK FARM
    504 West 1100 North
    PLESANT GROVE, UT

Reviews

Love Snuck Farms! There produce is a treasure to our community and Culinary Crafts!

Mary Homer,

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Awesome farm and local food production. Wonderful people, too.

Colleen Dick,

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So grateful for such a wonderful business in Pleasant Grove!

Cyd LeMone,

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Houweling’s Tomatoes

Houweling’s Tomatoes is a family-owned greenhouse tomato farm producing year-round locally grown tomatoes. Our tomatoes and cucumbers are grown from third-party verified 100 percent non-GMO seeds.

As a grower, we sense plants’ needs by walking the greenhouse every day, watching and observing, getting in touch with the crop. Craftsman’s care can be found in everything we do, from seeding through propagation, growing, nurturing, picking, packing, shipping, servicing customers and bringing the best-tasting tomatoes to the table. You don’t have to take our word for it; our tasty tomatoes do the talking.

In our quest for perfection, we have become world-renowned as a pioneer of technologies that improve sustainability, food safety, yields, and consistency. Newly-erected Ultra-Clima® Greenhouses help to optimize conditions that allow our crops to flourish—the right temperatures, humidity, light, carbon dioxide levels. Herbicides are never used in the greenhouse and pesticide-use is a last resort.

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Can be found here:

  • FRESH MARKET
  • HARMONS
  • MACEY’S
  • REAMS
  • COSTCO
  • SAM’S CLUB
  • SMITH’S

Reviews

These tomatoes ????  are so delicious I feel like I’m eating candy. These are the best I’ve ever had, and I grew up in the San Joaquin Valley where we ate a lot of fresh from the field ones. Don’t change anything!

Debra Critchfield,

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If you get a chance to tour the facility it is worth it, truly commercial art.

Cheryl Strieby,

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Absolutely the most delicious tomatoes I’ve ever eaten in my life! I’m not ashamed to admit I almost ate an entire package by myself. Also, was very excited to see both a date and location of the tomatoes’ harvest and packaging (Mona, UT, 24 April 2015). Glad to know where my food comes from!

Brooke Lee,

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