Grocery Stores

Harmons Neighborhood Grocer 17 Locations around Utah A large variety of Utah's Own products, fresh produce, cheese, dairy, and meat. Look for the Utah's Own and Local Item labels. For a complete list click here.
13th Street Market Salt Lake City 80% of store items are local. Bread, meat, produce, cheese, honey, jam, fresh and bottled salsa, and snack foods
Caputo's Market and Deli 3 Locations in Salt Lake City Meat, artisan cheese, butter, honey, jam, chocolate and eggs. For a complete list click here.
Day's Market Heber, Provo Produce and beef
Heber Valley Artisan Cheese Midway Meat, cheese, and milk
Jade Market Salt Lake City Beef and pork
Liberty Heights Fresh Salt Lake City Produce, charcuterie, meat, cheese, eggs and a variety of grocery items including, chocolate, honey and baked goods. For a complete list click here.
Local Flavors Market & Cafe Sandy Produce and meat
Meiers Fine Foods Highland Produce and meat
Redmond Heritage Farms Salt Lake City, Heber, Orem, St. George Produce, meat, eggs, raw milk, cheese and salt
The Market at Park City Park City Beef
Urban Farm and Feed Holladay All products in store are Utah grown or produced. Produce, meat, eggs, bread, milk, salsas, jams, coffee, honey, and much more.
Whole Foods Market Salt Lake City, Park City, Sandy Pork and other packaged goods


Other Sources

  • Farmers Market by Overstock : On demand farmer share baskets. One time delivery or recurring deliveries. Connecting you with local products whenever you want them, and delivered right to your door!
  • Urban Pioneer Foods: Catered and prepared foods using local ingredients! Perpared meals can be picked up in store.
  • McDowell Family Farm: Farm selling direct to consumer. Egg pick-up weekly, and meat shares available by pre-order. Ordering and contact info on website. 
  • Old Home Place: A diversified family-owned farm specializing in pasture-raised beef, pork, sheep, and chickens. They also sell eggs, weaner pigs and some dairy heifers. 
  • Farmers Markets
  • CSAs

Thank you for taking the pledge to participate in the Utah Eat Local Challenge!

Help us spread the word by copying and pasting the message below and sharing with your networks! Use the hashtag #eatlocalutah!

I Took the Pledge for Utah Eat Local Week: Celebrate our local food community by taking the Eat Local Challenge! The Challenge is simple: eat as local as you can. Read more at #eatlocalutah

Now that you are committed, check out our listings for CSAs and Farmers Markets to help you get started.


Eat Local Week is a statewide program that celebrates the regional harvest season by promoting local agriculture and food artisans, honoring the preservation of Utah’s agricultural heritage, and empowering the community to make conscious food choices. Eat Local Week aims to bring our community together through a series of educational activities and events focused on local food resources, agriculture and food production, and sustainable food practices.


  • Educate our community about resources for eating locally grown, raised, and produced food
  • Develop a greater statewide awareness around the positivie impact of sustainable food production and responsible food consumptionSupport and popularize local food artisans and purveyors
  • Motivate participants to make long-term actionable change in support of our mission


Eat Local Week has a long history in our state. In the last ten years, this event has grown from the grassroots Eat Local Challenge put together by a Salt Lake City couple who wanted to eat as locally as possible, to a  statewide program offering educational resources and events in partnership with many local organizations and municipalities.

Our focus is simple: to rally our communities to eat more locally produced food—which in turn supports our local farmers, producers, and economy; and it helps to preserve our agricultural heritage. We facilitate this shift by offering a variety of resources and educational events around the state. The cornerstone of Eat Local Week Utah remains the Eat Local Challenge, and it's a vital part of our effort. The challenge empowers people to take charge of the food they eat and where it comes from by eating as locally as possible for one week.

From Salt Lake City to St. George, and all across the state, we encourage you to find a way to participate in Eat Local Week Utah.

For more information, please contact Christianna Johnson at .

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