The 14,000-square-foot store—Indy Fresh Market—will be run by two neighborhood entrepreneurs and located in an area that is designated a food desert.
City Market leadership hopeful better times are ahead
The historic market’s leaders are optimistic the market can overcome its current troubles and emerge as a stronger institution. But they also acknowledge the hurdles ahead.Read More
Market Wagon looks to expand produce-delivery service nationwide
The 4-year-old company uses proprietary software and legions of small farmers and gig drivers to create an Amazon-like system that delivers fresh produce, meats, dairy products and other local food.Read More
Chefs express surprise after ouster from Milktooth
Head chef Josh Klein and pastry chef Zoe Taylor are no longer working at Milktooth, the celebrated Fletcher Place restaurant owned by Jonathan Brooks.Read More
Chef Vlad Victor Bora classically trained in French cuisine, has cooked in corporate settings, on a cruise ship and in hotels. But Bora, who was born in Romania, says his newest gig as executive chef at the Ronald McDonald House in Indianapolis is more like Food Network’s “Chopped.”
Proposal 337 could move the needle forward on food insecurity and access problems by creating a structure that brings together and guides stakeholders already working on solutions.
As difficulty accessing food becomes more prevalent throughout Johnson County, and as more and more people take an interest in local food, a group of like-minded residents are banding together to address a growing problem.
The nation’s overburdened food pantries tend to only have access to canned fruits and vegetables. But call before dropping off your fresh produce.
Agricultural and ag-technology firms in Indiana and throughout the Midwest are about to get a major shot of fertilizer from a California accelerator with blue-chip partners that plans to expand here.
Professor Torbert’s Orange Corn has been bred to include more carotenoids, a set of key nutrients that provide color to vegetables and plants and help protect the eyes.
The city of Fishers is partnering with Greenfield-based, not-for-profit Brandywine Creek Farms to open a 40-acre urban farm called Fishers Agripark.