$10 for $20 Worth of Natural Groceries at Friend's Country Market

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Market stocks a variety of gluten-free products and natural produce alongside homemade pastries and coffee produced by Carmelite monks

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$10 for $20 Worth of Natural Groceries

Based on the concept of a traditional Amish market, Friend's Country Market stocks a variety of natural products, including Little Dreams gluten-free brown-rice pasta ($3.55), Johnny Bees honey ($7.75), and Jake & Amos stewed tomatoes ($3.89).

Friend's Country Market

Handmade Amish blankets and local delicacies call to Tammy Herrara. On a trip to Wisconsin, she visited an Amish market and fell in love with the concept of selling natural goods in bulk to help keep community members healthy. With help from friends, she soon discovered a perfect location in her hometown to sell a slowly expanding inventory of gluten-free and homemade foods.

Today, her market sells everything from Michigan blueberries and freshly ground peanut butter to Mystic Monk coffee—the proceeds of which go toward rebuilding the Carmelite monks’ rectory in Wyoming. Patrons can also stop in for a quick cappuccino and one of Tammy’s turtle brownies, or they can peruse handmade Amish wicker baskets from northern Wisconsin.

With its wood laminate flooring, local radio tunes, and on-call phrenologist, Friend's Country Market harks back to neighborhood shops and general stores of yesteryear. A recipe board even sits on the store’s wall, inviting visitors to paste their favorite recipes for other customers to try at home.

Customer Reviews

Great place with a lot of variety.
Shannon G. · March 23, 2013
Friendly staff, great concept, love that it's a small locally owned downtown business.
March 11, 2013
I was delighted to find many spices, gluten free products and many other great items.
Nancy M. · March 10, 2013

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