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Glenn's Bulk Food - Pleasantview, KS
Glenn’s Bulk Food in Pleasantview, KS
Amish store located in Central Alabama
Established in December 2007 a unique gift and craft shop opened in memory of my parents Bill & Edna Yoder (formally of the Amish faith).
Amish food, cheese, baked goods. Plus many handcrafted items.
Phone 256 245-7345
10 West 1st Street, Sylacauga, AL 35150
Is this still in business? Could you please send me some information?
Missed Wisconsin Amish grocery store
Mishler’s Country Store, southwest of Dalton, Wisconsin, on Barry Road (Highway HH), East of Kiefer Road and West of Grouse Road. Also, the Amish-run “Salemville Cheese Factory”, W4481 County Road GG, Cambria, WI 53923; 920-394-3431; M-F, 8 to 5 and Sat, 8 to 4.
Erik, I don’t know if this is of any significance to you, but there there are a couple of items that are not / no longer correct. I’m pretty sure that the three Jamesport businesses of Country Acres, Graber Nursery, and Homestead Creamery are all owned by German Baptists. At least the first two are listed above as Amish.
Jamesport MO area businesses
Thanks Don, updated them with that info. I found 2 of them described as German Baptist-owned online. Graber’s Nursery didn’t have the same description, but if you can confirm that I’ll change it too. Thanks for pointing that out. http://jamesport.net/country/country_002.htm
Mary Graber ia a friend of mine & she is Old Order Amish.
Fyi, by no stretch of imagination could Western Market in Ferndale, Michigan be construed as an Amish Market. It is a typical produce/meat/deli. I wouldn’t say anything except I would hate for anyone to take a longish ride there only to be disappointed. It is a nice produce market, but probably 150+ miles from anything Amish.
Thanks, Catherine. Would you say our description of that location is accurate?
“Carries some Amish products including fresh meats, cheeses and produce.”
If so, I hope people who visit this page will read our description at the top (copied below), and not travel far expecting to find Amish people at a given market where they might not be (or, call first to be sure). Likewise we try to describe those places known to be Amish-run as “Amish store” or “Amish business”:
“Amish Market” can mean different things. This directory includes:
1.Venues commonly described as “Farmer’s Markets” or “PA Dutch Markets”, where Amish vendors sell goods a few days each week, such as those near cities like Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
2.Non-Amish vendors selling Amish foods and other Amish goods
3.Produce markets offering Amish-raised fruits and vegetables
4.Amish-run shops located in Amish communities, typically selling food and related products
Before I reply to your question, please know that I love this site, the good info and leads about Amish activities and bits and pieces of Amish news and info on new books on Amish Life. I enjoy seeing a site like yours where honest/real info is shared about Amish life. That being said, I found this list with its inclusion of “carries some Amish products including fresh meats, cheeses and produce” inaccurate. I guess it all goes to the definition of the word “some”. I may be able to find limited packages of chicken prepackaged as Millers, and a pint of cottage cheese using the name Yoder. But I could go to many stores, even big box, and see that.
I just feel like listing a store such as Western Market as selling Amish goods, whatever catagory it’s put in is misleading. My concern was about product only, not “…….traveling far to expect Amish people.”
I guess to me it is like the Amish Space heaters, not made by the Amish. Or Amish toys with a made in China tag.
Just my thoughts, feel free to delete. Cathie Catsegal@gmail.com
Sure, then I’ve just removed it as it sounds like you’re confirming they don’t sell any Amish-made products. There’s no intent to mislead (and I don’t know how we would even gain from that, it’s not like anyone on this free list pays for inclusion, it’s just meant to be a service for people looking for Amish products).
We use a variety of sources to create these including online sources and what can be found on websites, and whenever this was created there was probably enough information to suggest that they carried “some Amish products” as we described it, so it fit in one of the 4 categories we describe at the top. We put all 4 groups in one list here because when creating it it didn’t really make sense to have 4 different lists.
I hope people understand that they should check a place out before traveling a long way, I usually just assume that is understood (that’s why we give the website and phone info too). Additionally, the character of a business and its product line can change over time, which could also be a factor (so this can’t be an up to the minute account of what a place is selling). Basically we rely on reader feedback to adjust these lists over time, so thanks for the info and helping with the list. And thanks for your kind comments on the site!
Apple Creek Amish Market in Utah
A new store has opened in Utah, selling Troyer deli meats and cheese, bulk food, Lebanon bologna, jarred jams, pickled foods, and Amish roll butter, according to the article, “Amish market store opens in southeast Provo.” The owner has Amish friends in St. Ignatius, Montana.
Apple Creek Amish Market
1331 S. State St., Provo, Utah
Info: (801) 866-4988.
http://www.heraldextra.com/news/local/amish-market-store-opens-in-southeast-provo/article_a21af45f-2804-5050-a2d8-085e1d9b1518.html (with 9 photos)
Bulk Foods Store
I go to a bulk foods store regularly in Shipshewana called
E & S Sales
1265 N. State Road 5
They sell bulk food and regular can foods, cereals, coffee, frozen food, etc. They do sell a variety of cheese, Amish baked goods, and fresh produce. They do have a small deli and their ice cream is a big hit.
The Amish community shop there so one must be mindful of all the buggies parked alongside the building. A young Amish boy will take your groceries to the car so remember to give him a little something. Both Amish and English shop here.
Another store I go to regularly is
Yoder Meat and Cheese
435 S. Van Buren Street (SR5)
Shipshewana, Indiana 46565
This is a family run business. They have 80 different kind of cheese. They have every kind of meat you would want-chicken, beef, and pork. The meat is individually wrapped in white paper like in the old days. I like to buy the meat frozen. They have a wide variety of jerky too. If you get there at the right time, you will see the young Amish girls bringing in fresh eggs and produce.
Hope this helps some folks. These stores are not tourist attraction, but real Amish places to shop.
BB's Grocery Outlets
BB’s Grocery Outlets is one of the largest group of Amish owned grocery stores in Pennsylvania. They sell fresh meats, bulk foods and dairy items as well as “closeout and salvage” grocery “deals”
The website is http://www.bbsgrocery.com/
They have been is business since the 1980’s
I love all the posts of Amish America and the Business Directory. Some time ago, I asked you if you would compile of list of stores that actually cater to the Amish. I am a sales rep for a Christian Publishing House and I have found stores with Amish customers actually do quite well with our children’s books. You replied with the names of some stores and I contacted all that were not already customers of ours. Will you be listing these businesses any time in the near future? Also, would it be possible to list stores that you visit while touring areas with Amish communities.
Looking For ...Pumpkin CreamCheese Spread/
I live in Monroe,La. Is there a market near us to purchase some….my husband is a OTR-trucker he brought some home, and it was Delicious…I gotta have some more!! I think there’s one in Ark,that’s probably the closest to me I think….let me know what you find not far away..Piz!!
Thxs in advance. Mrs D.Jackson
Another for your list: Applecreek Amish Market, Willard, Utah http://applecreek.squarespace.com/
Hi. Are there any bulk food stores ran by Amish in Minnesota?
Are there any Amish or Mennonite country markets/stores that sell foods, spices, and other ingredients in bulk? I think Lisa is asking the same question but I don’t see a reply to her. Thank you!
wholesaler of all grocery items
We offer close dated case lots in frozen, dairy, and dry grocery.
Warehouse is in Hudson, WI.
If you would like to see our inventory, give me a call.
New York Amish Markets
This list of NY Amish markets looks a bit small. One go-to store for me that I love is Miller’s Bulk Food & Bakery in Medina, NY. They have your typical bulk foods and baked goods, as well as great deli meats, some general grocery, etc. Their sandwiches are delicious and cheap. I am not entirely sure if they are a part of the Amish settlement in Lyndonville, NY or they are just conservative Mennonite, but their employees are plain dressed. They are great people.
Miller’s Bulk Food & Bakery
10858 Ridge Rd
Medina, NY 14103
Then there’s the Orleans Produce Auction that is, I believe, run by the same community as Miller’s. The only reason I know this is that I used to help out at the auction and the man who clerked the auction is now managing Miller’s. The auctioneer is not Amish because the community rules restrict anyone Amish from using a microphone. But it is otherwise run by Amish and many Amish sell produce at the auction, though not all consignors are. They sell produce wholesale as well as in small lots, by whatever is in season. They also do a spring and fall consignment sale of lumber, farm implements, etc.
Orleans Produce Auction
12590 Ridge Rd W
Albion, NY 14411
Another place I love when I am in the Rochester area is Golden Harvest Bakery & Cafe. I should note that the family that runs this place is not Amish–they are some kind of conservative Mennonite. I believe they came from Lancaster county not too long ago. But they sell what you might find at a typical Amish bakery or bulk food store, plus hot meals by order. Another unique part of their business is that the store is completely accommodating for the deaf, and all employees can use sign language. Since I’m not sure if it fits the criteria for an Amish business I won’t include the address, but I can later if there is interest.
Lantz’s Bulk Foods is just outside of Warsaw, NY and is kind of a charming place. I would eat there once a week when I worked in Warsaw. They’ve good bulk foods, candies, baked goods, deli meats, and also operate as a small restaurant. Great lunch specials. I believe the owners are part of a Beachy Amish community in the Warsaw/Perry area of Wyoming County. I’ve been meaning to visit their church sometime.
Lantz’s Bulk Foods
5673 State Route 20-A E
Warsaw, NY 14569
Stony Creek Country Store in Carthage, NY is a place I have only been once or twice, but was very good from what I remember. Not sure if this was Amish or Mennonite, but what you might find at an Amish bulk food store nevertheless.
Stony Creek Country Store
10825 State Route 26
Carthage, NY 13619
I have never been to this place, but I have heard great things about Nolt’s Country Store in Lowville, NY. I understand this place to be an Amish-run business, and it would seem that way because they have a third party-run website. So I’ll add their address here:
Nolt’s Country Store
Lowville, NY 13367
I have also heard there is a new market that opened up near Lyndonville, NY this past summer. I haven’t had time to visit it yet, but I will try to add something here once I have. I believe there is a store in Conewango Valley and maybe a couple others in the north country, but I want to visit them before I attest to them. That’s all the markets I’m aware of in NY, but there are most likely many more! As this website as noted, NY is one of the largest growing states in terms of Amish settlement–I see new things popping up all the time.