OUR SUPPLIERS, FARMS + VENDORS
I truly believe in doing the extra leg work when it comes to local suppliers. Below are some of the local farms and businesses that are the reason Ohio Pies treats taste so deliciously fresh.
Owner and Farmer Katherine Harrison raises animals on her Groveport farm with the same loving care that her mother and grandparents did before her. In addition to raising free range hens that supply all the eggs for Ohio Pies, she offers goat yoga, camping, a Sunday farmstand, learning opportunities and so much more!
A sixth generation Ohio dairy farm making butter from pasture-raised cows. This is the only butter I use at Ohio Pies, and is the secret to the signature Ohio Pies all-butter pie crust!
Todd Schriver grows a wide variety of organic produce on his West Jefferson farm. I preserve his organic strawberries when they are in peak season to use throughout the year. Find him at Columbus farmers markets.
Martin Stehli grows all of his blueberries using organic practices (no sprays!). You can find him at Columbus farmers markets during blueberry season, or visit his farm just outside Columbus to pick your own blueberries!
Located in beautiful Utica, Ohio. Marshall and Cindy provide Ohio Pies with fresh apples, peaches and pumpkins. A fun destination for the family in the summer and fall months; be sure to visit!
Brian and his crew supply Ohio Pies with sweet and juicy peaches all summer long! They grow a wide variety of produce available at their farm, at local markets, or with their CSA. Located in Amanda, Ohio.
This is where I source Minerva Dairy butter, organic pantry staples, and other locally produced goods. BNM is the oldest grocery co-op in the city! I love keeping my dollars local by supporting local businesses that give back to the community. Be sure to stop in to explore their unique variety of local products!
Suzie and Wesley grow a wide variety of fruit and veggies. They supply Ohio Pies with blackberries, strawberries, pumpkins, and anything else that looks good at the market! You can find them at many Columbus farmers markets during the growing season.
Great variety of fruits and veggies grown in Ohio.
The only cream and milk I use in my pies comes from Snowville. If you have had it, you know why.
My local source for compostable bags for my hand pies and cookies.
A Granville business that supplies my compostable clamshells, plus recycled bags I provide at markets.
On occasion I use a big box store for odds and ends not available from my local friends above. But even when choosing those stores I make sure it is a retailer that pays their workers a living wage. I believe every choice each of us makes can work to create a community where people support their neighbors and protect our environment.