White Oak Pastures’ Artisan sausages are hand-crafted from the highest quality muscle cuts such as pork picnic, butts, and hams, which we process in small batches of fifty pounds. In addition to beef, pork, lamb, and chicken, we offer turkey, duck, and goose sausage as well. You will not find such a variety of sausages made anywhere else.
|White Oak Pastures has a range of sausages from six different species available online.|
Brian Sapp, our Director of Operations, responds to a customer's inquiry about our sausage. His thoughtful answer highlights the difference between our high-quality, small-batch, pasture-raised sausage and more popular commodity sausage.
Tell us a little about Whole Dog Market and what you do?
The Whole Dog Market is built on a customer focused experience. We have 4 retail stores in the Atlanta area and one in the Birmingham area. Our primary goal is to listen to our customers and help them find the best food in their price range. Food affects our dogs so much in terms of health and behavior that we start there. Our hand-picked food offering is free of soy, corn, and artificial colorings and dyes.
Shotwell Candy Co. simply wouldn't be where it is today without my family and friends”. Jerrod Smith started Shotwell Candy Co. in 2012. He was working full time as a corporate attorney but somehow made time for his wife and three young children and experimenting to craft the perfect caramel. Once his business began to grow, Jerrod’s family and friends stepped up to support him in cooking, cutting, wrapping and packaging the delicious caramels.
Who doesn’t love a good fruit preserve, jelly or syrup? Blackberry Patch uses local fruit to make hand crafted, small batch, genuinely high quality products. You owe it to yourself to have a quality fruit syrup if you’ve never had one. We love pairing their syrup with our ice cream and pancakes.
Just forty minutes north of us in Dawson, Georgia is a quaint candy shop that has been around since the 1970s! Mr. and Mrs. Strickland started the business in the 1970s. Mrs. Stickland supposedly began selling candy to fund her husband's fishing equipment expenses. She sold peanut brittle and the recipe was so tasty, it became extremely popular in the area. Mrs. Stickland sold the business to the Bailey family and they produced Bailey Brittle out of the same shoppe. Finally, five years ago, a father-daughter team bought the business and have grown it to include several different candy options. Melvin and Kristy Gilley own and operate Papa's Sweet Shoppe which has flourished in our small-town community because their candy is authentic, hand made in small batches, and delicious. We...