From Tax to Table

Transform Your Tax Refund into Healthy, Whole Food

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Slow Food Indy works to promote eating locally produced, clean, whole food. This means seasonal fruits and veggies grown with little to no chemicals and meat from animals that are raised humanely on natural diets. One of the biggest obstacles to eating this way is almost always price. It is often more expensive, and less convenient, than typical diets making it hard for busy families on a budget.

So, this February, let us help you make an investment in healthier food that will nourish your family all year long. We’ve partnered with these local farms to get some bulk buying options together for you so  when your tax refund hits your bank account you can stock up and live the slow food life in 2015!

Please be sure to tell our farmers that you heard about them through this promotion!


Becker Farms

Products Available: Winter CSA* (meat-poultry-eggs); bulk meat orders (quarter, half,and whole beef; half and whole hogs; half and whole lambs and goats; and whole chickens-10 bird minimum); and freezer meats and poultry that can be purchased in individual packages (beef, pork, chicken, turkey, duck, lamb, and goat). See website for more details.

How to Buy: Website, email, phone, attend Indy Winter Farmers Market or Carmel Winter Farmers Market

Phone: 765-524-8697
Email: emily@beckerfarmsin.com
Website: www.beckerfarmsin.com


Big City Farms

Products Available: Produce CSA* shares for the 2015 season are available for purchase. The CSA season is 22 weeks long, lasting from the beginning of June through October. Shares are picked up at the farm’s convenient downtown location. There are a limited number of shares available, so interested folks are encouraged to sign up early.

How to Buy: Download an application online or call / email with questions.

Phone: 317.694.4299
Email: matthew@bigcityfarmsindy.com
Website: www.bigcityfarmsindy.com


Distelrath Farm

Products Available: CSA* shares (produce), pork, Co-Op program membership

How to Buy: E-mail or phone. Visit the farm on Saturdays from 8:30 AM – 4 PM at 6302 E. Raymond St. in Indianapolis.

Phone: 317-363-4149
Email: sarah@distelrathfarms.comWebsite: www.DistelrathFarms.com


Silverthorn Farm

Products Available: CSA* shares featuring dozens of varieties for fruits and veggies and pastured eggs.  Unique on-line ordering system (you pick what you want, when you want it).  There are a variety of “no-hassle” pick-up locations. Four membership levels ranging from $200 – $800 with discounts given based on the amount of your share purcahse. You have 24 months to spend your balance on whatever you want.

How to Buy: Website, email, phone

Phone: 765-230-0735 (Nate) or 765-230-6500 (Emily)
Email: nate@silverthorn-farm.com or emily@silverthorn-farm.com
Website: www.silverthorn-farm.com


Simpson Farm

Products Available: Pastured poultry, forest-raised pork and 100% grassfed beef available for sale by the retail cut in February. We begin collecting deposits for our bulk chicken and pork programs in February which will save you 20-40% off of the retail price of our beyond-organic meats.

How to Buy: Website, email, phone, attend Indy Winter Farmers Market, Buying Club, Farm Store, CSA/Bulk Orders

Website: www.simpsonfamilyfarm.com
For Pickup at Farmers Market or Limited Home Delivery: Online form
Bulk Chicken CSA: Online form
Bulk Pork Orders: Online form


South Circle Farm

Products Available: Produce CSA* shares

How to Buy: Please check South Circle Farm’s website for details and registration information to become a 2015 CSA shareholder.

Website: www.southcirclefarm.com


Tyner Pond Farm

Products Available:  Large variety of local, pasture-raised, drug-free pork, beef, chicken & eggs available for purchase both online and at our farm store. During the month of February, use the code SLOWFOODINDY10 to save 10% off your order.

How to Buy: Website, farm store

Farm Store: 7408 E 200 S, Greenfield, Indiana 46140
Website: www.tynerpondfarm.com


*CSA stands for “Community Supported Agriculture” – these programs are all a little different depending on the farm, but in general, you pay a fee that entitles you to a share of the harvest directly from a farm. It is an easy way to support local farms and purchase a bulk quantity of food at a lower price.

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