Farm to Fork Foods Adds Storefront
Jul 23, 2014 06:36PM ● Published by Brian Ostrovsky
Krista & Micah Grant, Founders of Farm to Fork Foods
Gallery: Farm to Fork Foods July 2014 [5 Images] Click any image to expand.
As new parents they became concerned with the quality and health-value of the foods they were feeding their growing family, starting the business was the result of a happy accident.
"I found a local ranch that would deliver meat to my home if I had a fairly small minimum order. I gathered a few friends, and we were excited about not having to hunt down good beef. Then we wanted chicken, which required a larger order, and then fish, which required a <really> large order. From there it snowballed." Krista had previously explained to Kerry.
Business has been good and Farm to Fork Foods has continued to grow. The Star-Telegram reports, "Customers can still order meats and pick them up at drop-off points in Keller, Fort Worth, Mansfield and Midlothian, but the new store offers point-of-sale convenience."
The storefront introduces added convenience for clients and makes it easier to work with suppliers who prefer a more steady stream of orders rather than fewer large orders as was the case when they buy in bulk as a group. Though they still offer co-op-like services.
In addition to the new physical location, they've added new products including Raw & Unfiltered Honey which boasts a host of healthy benefits and essential oils.
Four of the images in the attached gallery were found at https://www.facebook.com/FarmtoForkFoods
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