Local Bounty starts new hours

| January 6, 2016

Good Morning

We have NEW hours!! We will open Tuesday-Friday 10:30-6, Sat. 9-1.  We want to thank everyone who shopped with us yesterday, our first new day open. As always your support is greatly appreciated!!!


Join Katie Bakes and Pink Elephant Coffee for a tasting, Jan 23rd at 1:00, cost is $5. Please sign up in store, via email or facebook.

Vendor Updates

Flying Pig Farm

We are so excited to be open 5 days! We hope you’ll take advantage of our fresh baked goods…we’ll deliver twice a week! We have wheat bread, buns, slider buns, blueberry scones, mini cinnamon raisin loaves, and gluten-free buns and mini loaves. In order to give customers a choice, we have decided to add a more cost effective white bread using regular GMO flour. We will still offer non-GMO bread and all our other baked goods will use non-GMO flour. The GMO white bread is marked as such for easy recognition and will be the only product using regular flour. We will also begin offering pies! This week we’ll deliver small fruit pies for Thursday. If you’d like to order a large pie let us know by Tuesday evening at [email protected]. As always, you can use our order form hanging in the booth to request items for the next week. Thank you for shopping local!

Millcreek Homestead

Hannah’s New Year resolution is to get a horse this year. 🙂 To accomplish that goal, she is incorporating new bread into her offering at Local Bounty. Stop in today to grab her new French Bread or Bread Bowls. She will also have her Artisan Herb bread available. Thank you so much for supporting her so enthusiastically last year. She is well on her way to getting it.

On the Soapy front:  A stubborn illness has reduced the hours in my soap room the last couple months.  I am starting to feel like myself again and I have lots of new ideas for the new year.  If you have succumbed to the winter yuck and sniffles, pick up a tube of Heal My Nose.  With a therapeutic blend of infused herbs and essential oils, it’s sure relieve your sore, Rudolph nose.

Mullet Apiaries

We are all so excited about Local Bounty’s extended hours, giving you more opportunity to obtain good, local and healthy food. The cold weather has really arrived and we are OK with that as the bees will stay in cluster and their food stores will last longer over the winter. By the way, the center of the cluster is usually around 95 degrees. Balmy!  Speaking of food, are you making wings for the Super Bowl? Why not experiment with your favorite bbq sauce and add ¼ to ½ cup of honey? It will give a sweetness and a slight char to the wings when you bake or grill them that will really up the flavor a notch.  Thanks to all the Local Bounty customers for their business.

Local Bounty Coshocton, Inc.
22951 S.R. 83 N. Coshocton, OH 43812
740-622-1400 – We’re also on Facebook!

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