The Pantry Winters brings home the produce

The Pantry Winters is a one-stop location to buy locally sourced meats, dairy, beans, bread and produce. 
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A new store will be softly opening in town this Saturday, Sept. 14 at 10 a.m. The Pantry Winters, a truly local market, is set to offer residents a one-stop location to buy all their locally sourced meats, dairy, beans, bread and produce.  Owned by Lindsey and Joel Hickman, The Pantry Winters is doing for local food farmers what the Winters Collective is doing for local artistry. Their goal is to operate a small grocery where surrounding farmers of all types can have a reliable venue to showcase their products. The Hickman’s currently run a Dixon store of the same kind called The Barn and Pantry, and after much success there, they have brought their organic food expertise to Winters’ farm table.  Operating within Steady Eddy’s Roasting Room, The Pantry Winters will provide organic sprouted wheat and oat breads, pasture raised lunch meats, Ciarlo olive oils, fresh almond and walnut butter (plain and chocolate) and a variety of seasonal jams and jellies. They’ve also included such items as organic artisan flour from Petaluma, vinegars and oils from Sonoma and they will eventually offer monthly food-boxes that will contain a mixture of locally sourced staples. They are also all set to begin classes such as the ones that their Dixon store offers, classes that teach things like: Hummus making, felted art, or sourdough bread making. In Dixon they even put on a small farmers market which they hope to add to their repertoire here in Winters as well.   Beginning operation hours will be 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Thursday through Sunday. For more information on their October grand-opening, or their upcoming classes and products, the store can be found on at: The Pantry Winters.  ]]>

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