Smucker Farms

First, apologies for the lack of posting lately. I am trying my best to get back on track, starting with this quick post looking in at Smucker Farms, recently opened at 14th and W.

It was great to stop in and see fresh, good quality produce, meat, milk, cheese, and even local coffee. There is also a good spread of jams, sauces, soup mixes, and some delicious looking ice cream and whoopie pies that I pulled myself away from. Not surprisingly, the prices are a little high – I definitely raised my eyebrow a bit at $8 loaves of bread – which come from Lyon Bakery.

I think, given that it’s winter and they just recently opened, the stock was a little sparse. I assume they plan on having more stuff as the seasons allow. I will reach out to the owner to ask what else they plan to stock, and update the post when I hear back.

Smucker Farms sign up

Great to see a lot of progress on the Smucker Farms storefront. After getting some building permits last month, you can see that they are making a lot of progress on the location – the most obvious being that the sign is up. Looking good. I’ve asked the owner if he has an opening date in mind, and will update the post if he gets back to me.

Smucker Farms

While it’s been nearly six months since I wrote that Smucker Farms, a farm to grocery store business would open on 14th street between V and W – there is finally some progress. I was happy to see a building permit for interior renovation pasted on the window and to notice that the exterior has recently been painted. No ETA from the business, but after quite a few months of no changes – it’s great to see them moving forward.