Producers Snail of Approval Awardees

  • Two Rivers Cider

    4311 Attawa Ave Suite 103, Sacramento, CA 95822  •  (916) 456-1614   •   tworiverscider.comTwo Rivers Cider:Two Rivers has been in operation in Sacramento for over 19 years. TRCC has always placed a priority on making ciders without the use of preservatives and using nothing but fresh apples grown and processed locally.

  • Track 7

    3747 W Pacific Ave, Suite F, Sacramento, CA 95820  •  (916) 520-4677   •   track7brewing.com
    Track 7 uses locally produced products in their beer, including locally grown pears and Sacramento wildflower honey. The brewing process results in leftover grain, or spent grain as it’s called. Instead of dumping it we give our grain to local farmers who then feed it to their pigs and cows.

  • The Good Stuff

       •   thegood-stuff.com  •   online shop   •   
    The Good Stuff produces 3-5 flavors of jams and marmalades each season, using in-season fruit from local farmers or neighborhood trees.

  • Temple Coffee Roasters

    Downtown  •  1010 9th St Sacramento CA 95814 • (916) 443-4960
    Midtown  •  2829 S St.Sacramento CA 95816 • (916) 454-1272
    Arden Arcade  •  600 Fair Oaks Boulevard, ste 101, 
Sacramento, CA 95864 • (916) 974-7404
    Roasterie  •  2829 S St.Sacramento CA 95816 • (916) 454-1282
       •   templecoffee.com  •
    Temple is a coffee-centric, quality focused, retail and wholesale purveyor in Sacramento.

  • Soil Born Farms

    American River Ranch  •  2140 Chase Drive, Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 
    The Farm on Hurley Way  •  3000 Hurley Way, Sacramento, CA 95864 
       •   soilborn.org • (916) 363-9685    •   
    Soil Born Farms, located on the American River in Rancho Cordova (40 acres) and in Sacramento on Hurley Way (1.5 acres), organically grows a wide variety of fruits and vegetables linked to the seasons and temperament of the Sacramento region.

  • Ruhstaller

    Taproom  •  630 K St. Basement Sacramento, CA 95814  •  (916) 447-1881  
    Farm & Yard  •  8949 Olmo Lane Dixon, CA 95620  •  (530) 601-8240
       •   ruhstallerbeer.com
    This craft brewery and hop farm sources 95% of its hops from California, making it the brewery with the most locally grown hops in the state. They partner with local farmers to grow hops and on average their hops are grown within 50 miles of the brewery.

  • Revolution Wines

    2831 S Street, Sacramento 95816  •  (916) 444-7711   •   rwwinery.com
    Revolution Wines produces wine under their own label using locally grown grapes from Clarksburg and Sacramento and Amador counties, generally from within 50 miles of their facility.

  • Preservation & Co.

    1717 19th st. #B, Sacramento, CA 95811  •  (916) 706-1044   •   preservationandco.com
    Preservation & Co. products are hand crafted and hand packed in the heart of Midtown Sacramento. With a focus on all forms of preservation, they use local, seasonal produce to create their products.

  • Mama Kim’s On the Go

    1616 Del Paso Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95815  •  (916) 779-1140   •   mamakimcooks.com
    “Mama Kim on the Go” presents handcrafted food prepared with local ingredients.

  • Lundberg Family Farms

    5311 Midway, Richvale, CA 95974  •  (530) 538-3500   •   lundberg.com
    Lundberg Family Farms founder, Albert Lundberg, had a favorite saying: “Leave the land better than you found it.”

  • Kingbird Farms

    P.O. Box 336, Galt, CA 95632  •  (209) 810-8388   •   kingbirdfarms.com
    Kingbird Farms grows exceptionally healthful pastured eggs, vegetables, fruit, and flowers for local families and a few restaurants in Galt, Sacramento and Lodi.

  • Insight Coffee Roasters

    Southside Cafe & Roastery  •  1901 8th Street, Sacramento, CA 95811
    Capitol Cafe  •  1014 10th Street, Sacramento, CA 95811
    Pavilions Cafe  •  566 Pavilions Lane, Sacramento, CA 95825
    Fremont Cafe  •  1615 16th St, Sacramento, CA 95814
       •   insightcoffee.com  •   
    Insight sources high-quality coffees from coffee producing countries around the world, working hard to establish direct relationships with farmers. All coffees are carefully roasted on site.

  • Ginger Elizabeth Chocolates

    1801 L Street Suite 60, Sacramento, CA 95811  •  (916) 706-1738   •   gingerelizabeth.com
    Ginger Elizabeth was voted one of the “top 10 chocolatiers in North America.” She uses seasonal items in her chocolates, jams, and sundae sauces.

  • Elegant Beans and Beyond

    P.O. Box 578 Clarksburg, CA 95612  •  (209) 855-2326   •   elegantbeans.com
    Elegant Beans and Beyond, based on the Mohr-Fry Ranches, grows new crops (both summer and winter) of exotic and heirloom dry beans.

  • Dragon Gourmet Mushrooms

    1225 North B Street, Sacramento, CA 95811  • dragonmushrooms.com
    Featuring hand grown, hand picked, and hand delivered mushrooms.

  • Devine Gelateria & Café

    1121 19th Street, Sacramento, CA 95811  •  (916) 446-0600   •   devinegelateria.com
    Devine Gelateria & Café features gelato made with a base prepared onsite under the direction of the owner, a licensed pasteurizer, who studied gelato making in Italy so she could produce authentic Italian gelato.

  • Del Rio Botanical

    20030 Old River Road, West Sacramento, CA 95691  •  (916) 919-1843   •   delriobotanical.com
    Del Rio Botanical, located on old River road between Sacramento and Woodland, is a privately owned 200-acre ranch producing open-pollinated organically grown seed and freshly packed specialty produce.

  • Chocolate Fish Coffee Roasters

    East Sac Coffee House & Roastery  •  4749 Folsom Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95819 • (916) 451-5181
    Downtown Coffee Bar  •  400 P Street, Ste 1203, Sacramento, CA 95814 • (916) 400-4204
       •   chocolatefishcoffee.com  •
    Chocolate Fish Coffee believes in fully understanding the coffee cycle from seed to cup. They source beans that have been harvested within the last 12 months to ensure freshness.

  • Bariani Olive Oil

    9460 Bar Du Lane, Sacramento, CA 95829  •  (415) 864-1917   •   barianioliveoil.com
    The Barianis make fabulous olive oil and are well-known in the community, attending many farmers markets. “We don’t have any employees and never will.”