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SFFC Snail of Approval: Dig Foods

Dig Foods is a vegetarian food business in Jacksonville. Combining the talents of a team of entrepreneurial philosopher/cooks, Sean Sigmon and Murphy Williams. This innovative and dedicated team sources all their organically grown ingredients locally from Down to Earth Farm or their organic pantry items from Grassroots Market. The result is a culinary take on gluten free, vegetarian and …Read More

SFFC Snail of Approval: Bakery Ribault

Bakery Ribault, formerly Alex’s Russian Bread, is a small storefront bakery and café in Jacksonville’s Riverside neighborhood. Alex Podlyas, owner and baker, has been baking organic sourdough bread for the Jacksonville area since 2011 and selling at local Farmers Markets. In his new location, he is offering Growers Alliance Coffee, French croissants, tarts, and of course his authentic European …Read More

SFFC Snail of Approval: Ruffled Feathers Farm

Ruffled Feathers Farm is proudly managed by Nick and Katie Provow. Ruffled Feathers raises flocks of laying hens for eggs as well as broiler chickens and turkeys seasonally through their CSA program. The Ruffled Feathers flocks reside on KYV Organic Farm in St Augustine. Nick and Katie are committed to raising poultry with the utmost care for their …Read More

Slow Food First Coast & Forest Groves, Inc. Christmas Fundraiser 2014

Order your Christmas Decorations from a local grower!! Fresh Holiday Products Locally Grown and Constructed Forest Groves, Inc. is a commercial fernery located south of Palatka on Rte 17 near Crescent City. The owners, the Newbolds, have been producing cut foliage for five generations on their site on the shores of Crescent Lake, and they have had …Read More

SFFC Snail of Approval: Grape and Grain Exchange

Robert L Smith, owner of Grape and Grain Exchange, brings  “garden to bar” Craft Cocktails and the Speakeasy movement to San Marco Square in Jacksonville. Grape and Grain features craft beers and wines; small batch regional and local spirits, cocktails made with spirits, purees and shrubs from local fruits herbs and vegetables as well as …Read More