Local Indiana Produce & Foods
At Market District, we buy and sell local for many reasons, but mostly because it supports our communities, keeps our local economy healthy, minimizes our carbon footprint and provides you with distinct local flavors.
Our Carmel store hosts a variety of local produce, fresh from the farm! Find lettuce, tomatoes, squash, peppers, corn and more from your favorite neighborhood growers — stem to store. We’re bringing home local taste all summer long!
Originally from Indianapolis, Urban Ladle owners Lisa and Marcie use exclusively fresh Midwestern produce in their soups. They are dedicated to making culinary creations that focus on living a healthy lifestyle and proper nutrition. Try all and taste the care they take: Split Pea, Corn Chowder, Chicken Tortilla, Tomato Basil, Lentil or Turkey Chili!
Established in 2000 by Lee & Beth Hitzfield and their seven sons, Seven Sons Family Farm’s mission is the produce nutrient-dense foods. The Hitzfields believe that how soil is managed directly affects the physical and mental health of those who consume the products. Their amazingly fresh-tasting local eggs come from free-range hens that are fed no drugs, antibiotics or GMO grains. The way eggs used to taste!
Since 1902, Indianapolis’ St. Elmo Steak House has been serving their outstandingly spicy shrimp cocktail sauce, famous for its one-of-a-kind heat. A few years ago, they finally decided to package the sauce for you to take home and enjoy. Then came the steakhouse’s proprietary blend of seasoning … lucky us!
After years of sharing their crave-worthy dishes with friends, Tonio and Frances Torres realized that the demand for “samples” of their Jalapeñoholic was growing. Thus, Holic was born. Jalapeñoholic is a delicious, spicy, jalapeño-based sauce. It’s smooth consistency, healthy, vibrant color, and fantastic taste make it a constant condiment in many a foodie’s fridge!
A native of Indiana, Chef Kevin Grider was a restaurant consultant who used his signature sauces to achieve several successful restaurant openings. Orders for his sauces began to surge and so did his company, Midwest Fresh. His Bacon Jam has grown into the headliner: a gooey bacon and onion marmalade/relish, delicious on bratwurst, cheeseburgers, grilled fish, sautéed vegetables, as a topping and a dip!