Established in 2007, wholesaler of fish and seafood.
Mark, a 30 some-odd year fishing veteran, specializes in keeping fresh, sustainable caught local seafood. He has a long resume of working closely with government to improve the health of the resources and the viability of the industry.
Mark’s boat is named the Amy Marie and he fishes 50-60 miles offshore (just inside the Gulf Stream where the current is too swift to bottom fish) and anywhere off the coasts of North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia.
135 Acre family owned farm run by son Sam and Pete, his father, who has grown up in Charleston making a living on the earth and has been a farmer since 1976.
Ambrose Farms is one of Charlestonâ€™s area favorite You-pick farms featuring a wide variety of herbs and produce from asparagus to watermelon.Â
Anson Mills is proud to provide America’s finest chefs with fresh native stone-ground organic ingredients. We cold mill all ingredients to order, chill vac pac them immediately, and ship them same day.
Established in 1998 the company produces Hand- made mill goods from organic heirloom grains.
Glenn Roberts is a Charleston based historic restoration consultant and 30 year veteran of restaurant and hotel concept design and devoted artisan of milled goods.
Hams and Bacon-dry curing process.Â Slow cured using salt, brown sugar and sodium nitrate. Typically aged 9-10 months.
Business started in 1947 by the late Albert H. Hicks, a dairy farmer who began curing and selling country ham.Â Allan Benton took over the business in 1973.
Hams are available either un-smoked or hickory and applewood smoked.
Uses certified organic Berkshire hogs from small farmers that are raised on pastures.
Family owned and operated farm since1933 that consists of two 4 acre organic fields, and one 10 acre conventional field.
We strive to produce top quality organic and conventional herbs and produce with an emphasis on using as many natural farming methods possible.
They specialize in heirloom tomatoes but grow a little of everything, from Arugula to Zucchini.