7 Locks creates a high quality local product and works with several local businesses to promote sustainable business growth in Montgomery County.
EASY N’ TASTY JOLLOF RICE.
Smooth, 58-Calorie traditional Japanese Spirit distilled in Frederick, MD from organic barley.
Craft brewery serving a rotating selection of premier beers and locally produced artisan foods in an open and friendly urban taproom. Enjoy fresh, unique and local flavors.
A second generation family operated business in the Montgomery County Ag Reserve, BannerBee pollinates throughout the DMV using organic and sustainable beekeeping practices. BannerBee produces raw honey, honeybee pollen, small batch infused honeys, and the ever popular honey tasting flights.
Bee America’s signature honey, Tulip Poplar Honey, is harvested from a neighborhood grove of tulip poplar trees overlooking the Potomac River in Bethesda, Maryland. Bee America offers customers all-natural, raw honey from happy MoCo bees, and specializes in artisanal honeys that capture historic eras in America’s past.
Bella Vita Farm is committed to growing food in a sustainable environment with organic practices while providing education, engaging the community and giving to those who are less fortunate. Everyone deserves clean and healthy food.
Farm brewery located in rural Montgomery County where we blend farming and brewing in order to create exceptional beers. Our tasting room serves as a community meeting place and is open seven days a week where we have between 8-12 beers on tap and serve pizza from our brick oven daily.
Caulfield Provision Company is a woman owned, family operated company in Potomac, Maryland. Caulfield offers a line of all natural, gourmet hot sauces in varying levels of heat that compliment food, not over power it.
CHERYL’S KITCHEN offers gourmet nuts and baskets. The delicious nuts are maple frosted English walnuts, pecans, and cashews plus a simple trail mix that has no frosting.
Cinnamon Tree Organics helps chefs and home cooks make exceptionally delicious food with fresh and potent spices.
Coop’s Soups is locally sourced vegan soup to share to build community.
Denizens Brewing Co. is local, independent, and family owned with locations in Silver Spring and Riverdale Park. Enjoy their locally crafted beer and hard seltzer, along with great food. Wine and cocktails too. And don’t forget, Denizens delivers! Order online.
A proud Montgomery County based company offering unique dried mixes for making dips and cheese balls. All dips are gluten-free, and are delicious with all kinds of chips but are formulated to be eaten with vegetables. This year, Dip N Dill is excited to introduce a new line of seasoned mixes for pretzels.
Doc Waters artisan ciders are produced on the family farm from Water’s Orchard own apples, which are grown, pressed and fermented onsite. Enjoy delicious ciders while relaxing in our beautiful outdoor setting. Take home a bottle or growler to share with friends!
Award-winning Dress It Up Dressing turns a simple salad into a gourmet dish by offering dressings that replicate home made. The secret is simplicity: crafted with a few simple ingredients, Dress It Up dressings offer purely delicious flavor in every bottle. Dressings are suitable for several specialty diets, including Diabetic, Gluten-free, Paleo, Keto, Whole30, Kosher and Vegan.
Mama owned, mama operated, mama loved. We grow the whole salad bowl, featuring lettuce mix, tomatoes, peppers, squash, cucumbers, radishes, and more, using all-natural methods.
Specializes in Ready to Eat meals featuring a Lemon Parmesan Garlic Kale Salad, Blackened Tilapia Sliders, and a dry seasoning blend.
Homemade fudge, fresh baked goods made in house and fine chocolates. Started by a family that has been in Montgomery County for 18 years, seeking to bring a fun, happy place to Bethesda.
Koiner Farm is a one-acre urban farm in downtown Silver Spring growing over 150 different varieties of crops. Koiner Farm was founded in 1983 by Mr. Charles Koiner. Today, Koiner Farm is protected by the Charles Koiner Conservancy for Urban Farming and maintained by a team of volunteers.
100% grass-fed kosher beef and lamb, fully pastured free range chicken, turkey and duck.
Locally made breads, cookies, muffins, scones, coffee cakes, pretzels, brownies.
Lone Oak Farm Brewing Company sits on nearly 30 acres of land and offers delicious craft brews, historic views and boasts one of the only on-site malting facilities in the state of Maryland.
Family recipe for Chinese Almond cookies originally sold in 1964 in Silver Spring, MD.
Mayorga has been roasting coffee in Montgomery County for 22 years. Mayorga is the largest organic certified coffee roastery and chia processing plant on the East Coast.
Moorenko’s Ice Cream is a woman-owned company that has been making hand crafted, artisanal, Ultra-Premium ice cream in the DC Metro area since 2002.
A small group of Montgomery County natives founded and currently own Olney Winery. In just a few short years, Olney Winery has become one of the largest producers of wine in Maryland but will never abandon their hometown roots and hospitality.
Farmer was born and raised in Montgomery County and has been farming here for 11 years. Excited to start the farm’s 12th year, on newly purchased property in Dickerson!
Passion to seed gardening came about as a link to connecting
people from various backgrounds in Montgomery County and beyond through food and tasting different varieties of tasty, healthy, and sustainably grown produce. It’s a United Nations of vegetables ready to be explored, tasted, and enjoyed.
Formed in 1991 by the original founders of Starbucks Coffee, Quartermaine Coffee Roasters makes its home in Rockville, Maryland. Committed to providing its customers with fresh, flavorful, locally-roasted coffee, Quartermaine has long since established itself as the favorite specialty coffee roaster in the Washington, DC area.
Vegetables, blackberries, and heirloom melon varieties.
Bruce Savage is the fourth generation of farming in Montgomery County. The on-farm market provides pasture raised beef, pork and chicken by individual cuts or in bulk. The farm also provides pastured eggs.
The longest running CSA in Montgomery County, Red Wiggler is a 501(c)3 non-profit founded to create meaningful, inclusive jobs for adults with developmental disabilities through the business of growing and selling high quality certified organic vegetables. Red Wiggler also provides educational and volunteer opportunities to people of all ages with and without disabilities.
Rock Hill Orchard has pick your own peaches, apples, and other fruits and vegetables as well as on-farm market and our Woodbourne Creamery has A2A2 milk and ice cream from our Guernsey cows.
Rocklands Farm is 34 scenic acres located on an authentic, historical property in the Agricultural Reserve of Montgomery County. When visiting the working farm, visitors can pick up pasture-raised meats and local goods in the market and enjoy handcrafted Maryland wine while relaxing in the peaceful, rural setting.
Sandy Spring Gardens offers Certified Naturally Grown fresh vegetables from a historic farm and three garden plots in Ashton, with the mission to bring the freshest, most wholesome, locally-grown, pesticide-free, non-GMO vegetables to people who live or work in Montgomery County.
For the past 25 years, Santa Lucia has been importing and distributing premium Nicaraguan coffee product to restaurants, hotels, and caterers that care. Additionally, their direct channels of distribution offer clients incomparable quality and value.
With over 40 rotating flavors, Sarah’s Handmade features small-batch ice cream made on-site using only the highest quality, 100% all-natural ingredients.
Hand-crafted tea, spice, herb, and salt blends made in small batches.
Located in the heart of downtown Silver Spring, Silver Branch was founded by Christian Layke and Brett Robison, long-time residents of Takoma Park and Silver Spring. Silver Branch brews a wide array of beers largely underpinned by the four major brewing cultures.
Italian-style cookies in more than 60 unique flavor combinations!
Sugo Sauces premium fresh pestos are made according to classic Italian recipes, using the highest quality organic and all-natural ingredients, simply blended and chilled to provide customers with the authentic taste of summertime pesto year-round. Simply put, Sugo Sauces Premium Fresh Pestos provide joy in a jar!
Sunflower Bakery is dedicated to providing skilled job training and employment opportunities in the baking and hospitality industries for adults 18+ with learning differences. Sunflower Bakery is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
We bake a wide variety of hand-stretched pizza crusts, from classic to whole wheat, and even wheat alternatives. With our kits of sauce and cheese you are all set to make your own pizza at home! Check out our website for information about the upcoming opening of our local foods market.
All-natural, gluten-free, dairy AND vegan-style Belgian chocolate-based fudge.
The Farm at Our House grows certified organic mixed vegetables and small fruits on 12 acres of land owned by Our House Inc in Brookeville, MD.
Velatis has been making life sweeter in the Washington D.C. Metro area for over 150 years. Known for luxurious handcrafted caramels, Velatis produces unique small batch caramels, toffee, truffles and much more in their Silver Spring location. Also located inside the United States Pentagon, Velatis is a delicious reminder to treat yourself to something sweet.
A dedicated gluten-free facility, specializing in all food-sensitivity-friendly baking (dairy-free, vegan, paleo-friendly, etc.), with the belief that baked goods can be as good for the body as they are for the soul.
A uniquely different approach to understanding the complexities and mysteries of wine and the wine making process. Taste. Learn. Create. Your Wine. Your Story.
Gourmet Ethiopian Foods: Spices, Stew Mixes, Injera Chips, Lentil Dips, Coffee, and Legumes.
Waredaca Brewing Company is an on-farm microbrewery with retail sales through our tasting room as well as self-distributed kegged beer for wholesale.
Life time farmers and County residents, Susan Butler and Washington White, invite you to their picturesque family farm to pick your own apples during the fall harvest.
A variety of red and white wines, including a sparkling wine. The grapes for our wine are grown in the Seneca Creek area of Montgomery County, right off of Route 28.
The City of Takoma Park is pleased to announce a Request for Proposals (RFP) for services to reduce food insecurity for disadvantaged or underserved populations of individuals and families residing in the City of Takoma Park.
The American Muslim Senior Society is holding a series of Town Hall Discussions to examine and address the impact of COVID-19.
Every other Monday, 1:00 to 2:00pm. Please register in advance.
4th Tuesday of each month, 9:30-11am via Zoom.
Measuring food insecurity is critical for developing food assistance programs; evaluating nutrition, health, and development initiatives; and informing food policy across sectors.
Oct 26th, Nov 23rd
The Food Education Working Group (FEdWG) would like to cordially invite you to our Gardening Grant showcase that we will be taking place over the course of four (4) FEdWG meetings in 2021.
Enjoy local beers from Silver Branch and sample products from Montgomery county businesses while mingling with local Community members!
This two-part series aims to equip nonprofit and community partners with actionable strategies to engage elected officials on key food policy issues at the municipal, county, and state levels.
Nov 1, 4, 10, 19
The Montgomery County Planning Department, part of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) invites the community to attend a four-part virtual listening series on the Fairland and Briggs Chaney Master Plan.
The first Tuesday of the month from 9:30AM-11AM via Zoom.
Webinar hosted by No Kid Hungry and
The Alliance to End Hunger presents the 2021 Hunger Free Communities Virtual Summit!
Join us for a virtual training: Fresh Produce 101
Thursday, November 4th from 11:00am - 12:00pm.
Third Wednesday of each month, 9-10:30am via Zoom.
The Agriculture Law Education Initiative’s (ALEI) annual Agricultural and Environmental Law Conference.