Amish Markets in the Hoosier State
Indiana is home to over 40,000 Amish. A number of market locations sell Amish products around the state, from those in the southern Indiana Amish community of Daviess County, to the Fort Wayne-area communities of Adams and Allen counties, to the heavily-Amish regions of northern Indiana around Nappanee and Shipshewana.
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Behind Subway on SR 19
107 Keystone Drive
Amish store with homemade foods, meats and deli, located in the Nappanee Amish settlement.
Blue Gate Bakery
195 North Van Buren Street
Amish made fresh pies, cookies, bars, homemade bread and much more.
Downtown Auburn Farmers Market
P.O. Box 6122
Provides local products including Amish Graber Farms’ fresh certified organic produce. Market open in season between June and October.
Barr Street Market
Corner Wayne and Barr Streets
Fort Wayne, IN
Open Saturdays 9am – 1pm
July 7th – September 15th
Large selection of local grown products including organic produce from Amish-owned Graber’s farm.
231 East Monroe Street
Open Thursday 3:30pm – 6:30pm
June 6th – October 24th
Organic produce from Graber’s farm available. Located near the Adams County Amish settlement.
Salomon Farm Market
817 DuPont Road
between Coldwater and Lima Rd.
Fort Wayne, IN
Open Wednesdays, 5pm-8pm
June 19th- September 26th
Organic Amish grown products among a large assortment of non-Amish items.
9622 West 350 North
Small family-owned company, provides poultry raised by Amish families in small flocks.
13014 N 1100 E
Odon, IN 47562
Amish-run business, provides homemade products such as bulk foods, deli meats, cheeses, sandwiches, candies, jar goods, baked goods and crafts.
Gasthof Amish Village
6747 E Gasthof Village Rd
Gasthof Amish Village is located in Southern Indiana. In the 92-acre village you will find a restaurant, antiques, gift shop and hotel. Gasthof’s buffet offers authentic food made by Amish women. The gift shop features Amish produce, crafts and food.
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