INDIANAPOLIS — Beginning July 30 at the Indiana State Fair, Hoosiers can get a taste of Indiana-based products from Indiana Grown members all over the state. The State Fair Agriculture/Horticulture building will house a marketplace with hundreds of products available for purchase from more than 75 Indiana Grown members.
The Indiana Grown Marketplace will be the largest gathering of local products in the state of Indiana—all under one roof. Educational displays will allow visitors to learn more about agriculture across Indiana while shopping for foods and products that are packaged, raised, grown and processed in the state. Fair attendees will also be able to experience artisan demonstrations that will range from soap making to herbal blending.
The Indiana Grown Marketplace at the Indiana State Fair will feature local sauces, like hot sauce, barbeque sauce, ketchup, salsa and more. Shoppers can find ready to eat products like jerky, chocolate, candy and cold drinks. There will also be plenty of artisan made items that can be used daily like, wool dryer balls, yarn, skincare products, hand poured candles and more.
WHAT: Indiana Grown Marketplace at the Indiana State Fair
WHO: Hundreds of Indiana Grown member products from local farmers and makers
WHEN: July 30 – Aug. 22, 2021 (Closed Mondays and Tuesdays)
WHERE: Indiana State Fair Agriculture/Horticulture Building at the Indiana State Fairgrounds (1202 East 38th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205)
Visit indianagrown.org for more information about Indiana Grown and its members.
— Indiana State Department of Agriculture
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