Not sure where to get all these foods I keep talking about?  Want to start building your real-food pantry?  Below you’ll find some resources for obtaining healthy foods!

Tropical Traditions

  • Tomato sauce/paste
  • Pastured meats
  • Pastured eggs
  • Dry goods
  • Personal care products
  • Coconut oil

U.S. Wellness Meats

  • Pastured meats (inc. safely cured meats)
  • Beef tallow

Local Resources

Are you in Columbus, OH or nearby?  Here are several northern Ohio resources:
  • Raisin Rack
  • Whole Foods (Dublin)
  • Trader Joe’s (Dublin and Easton)
  • The Cheese House (Plain City — Amish dry goods, spices, flour, pastured meats)
  • Lynd’s Fruit Farm (conventional)
  • Fruitfull Acres (Marysville; low-spray apples and pears)
  • Flying J Farm (grains, CSA, grass-fed beef)
  • Triple J Farm (CSA, grass-fed beef)
  • Clintonville Farmer’s Market
  • Clintonville Community Market (herbs and bulk foods)
  • Luginbill Family Farm (NW Ohio — pastured turkey, pork, beef, chicken, eggs, raw honey)
  • Ashery Country Store (Holmes county — grains, sucanat, honey, cheese, sea salt)
  • White Feather Meats (Cleveland — pastured beef)
  • Green Vista Farms (Wooster — grass-fed beef)
  • Snowville Creamery (low-temp pasteurized, unhomogenized milk — available in many stores)
  • D&S Discount Grocery (Apple Creek, Holmes county — some organic packaged foods)


  1. Hello! I remember a post you did talking about buying meat boxes from a store near you for a really good deal, but I don’t see it listed. Could you please let me know? Thank you so much. We are in the Dayton area and it would be worth the drive for the price. Hello weekend trip! :)


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  3. I live in Columbus and I am looking for a good butcher. I do not see one listed that you talk about picking up orders from. Where can you buy grass fed beef locally?


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