It’s the height of farmers market season here in Salt Lake. But if you’re looking to enjoy climate-controlled shopping while browsing local artisan foods, head to the Williams-Sonoma in Trolley Square this Sunday, August 25, 2013, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., to meet the makers behind these amazing local foods and take home some treats while you’re at it.
Taste Utah's luscious mountain-grown fruit in Amour's small batch spreads. The preserves are handmade in copper pans with fruit picked ripe and at their peak using only organic cane sugar and organic lemon juice.
Bask in the natural sweetness of honey. Carefully and lovingly produced by Northern Utah honey bees and their beautiful white honey combs, Slide Ridge skillfully produces a delightful raw honey.
At Millcreek Cacao Roasters, they chosen to use a pure heritage cacao called Arriba Nacional. Dana has owned Millcreek Coffee Roasters for two decades and brings her nuanced palate and expertise in coffee roasting to this farm-to-bar chocolate experience.
This amazing air popped organic popcorn uses GMO-free ingredients, hormone free cheeses and all natural sweeteners. It’s also gluten free.
Artisans’ Market at Williams-Sonoma
312 Trolley Square
Salt Lake City, UT 84102