Tuesday, December 4, 2012
For $50, members of a food subscription service receive a week's worth of fresh and local meat, produce, eggs, dairy and more.
Patrons of Kirkwood's Local Harvest Grocery now have an easy and exciting way to try new fresh food every week. The organic and local grocer has started a food subscription service called "Weekly Harvest." For $50 a week, subscribers receive a box that contains a week's worth of groceries, including fresh and local meat, produce, eggs, dairy and other locally grown or produced items. Vegetarian boxes are available as well. "It's really nice for people who want to consume local food year round and want to try new things," said Maddie Earnest, a co-owner of Local Harvest. How It Works Each week the Local Harvest employee heading up Weekly Harvest will send out an email to subscribers with information about where selected foods come from and…
Thursday, October 18, 2012
The grocery store and cafe focused on local and organic products opens Thursday morning with a grand opening celebration this weekend.
Local Harvest Kirkwood will open its doors at the space formerly occupied by McDonnell's Market at 12309 Old Big Bend Road, Thursday at 8 a.m. The grocery store focused on local and organic products will be open every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Kirkwood Patch got a chance to take a sneak peek at Local Harvest Kirkwood Wednesday. Check out our photo album on Kirkwood Patch Facebook. RELATED CONTENT: More Than a Market: Customer Pays Tribute to Kirkwood Institution
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
The business is hard at work preparing 6,000 square feet of retail space that will house products exclusively from local, organic and sustainable sources.
Local Harvest hopes to open in Kirkwood in mid-October, according to co-owner Patrick Horine. Kirkwood Patch received questions from readers via our website and Facebook page about the status of the grocery store and café that will be housed in the 6,000 square feet of retail space formerly occupied by McDonnell's Market at 12309 Old Big Bend Road. "We are hard at work preparing the space," Horine said. It's clear residents are excited that the popular South City eatery chose Kirkwood for its newest location. Our original article about the opening of the grocery store and café that sells products exclusively from local, organic and sustainable sources met with enthusiastic comments and dozens of Facebook recommendations. Horine promises …