Store Spotlight - Holiday Scented Tallow Candles

White Oak Pastures Team

The holidays are our favorite part of the year here at White Oak Pastures. What better way to ring in the holidays than with a holiday-scented candle? Our fragrance repertoire has expanded to add three new scents: Warm Apple Pie, Pumpkin Pie, and Christmas. Gingerbread scent has come back for another year.  Each scent fills the room with the feel and excitement of the holidays!

Store Spotlight - Wisham Jellies

White Oak Pastures Team

With an overgrown garden full of peppers, a throwback recipe, and a knack or grilling, Eric Wisham from local Tifton, GA blended fruits and veggies together to come up with his variety of delicious handmade Wisham pepper jellies.

Store Spotlight - Southern Straws

White Oak Pastures Team

Southern Straws strives to deliver a fresh product packed full of flavor by using the highest quality ingredients. Each order is made from scratch with special care and attention. “Southern Straws cheese straws are handmade with premium ingredients. We cut them into bite-sized pieces and bake them to ensure each straw has a crispy texture and finishes with a “kick of spice”

Store Spotlight - Gayla's Grits and Georgia Olive Oil

White Oak Pastures Team
What do grits and olive oil have in common? Not much. But if you ever find yourself in Lakeland, GA, you will come across two locally owned companies that lie a few miles from one another that break this mold - Georgia Olive Farms and Gayla’s Grits.

In 1997, a natural twist on a traditional Southern food was born. Kevin and Gayla Shaw began grinding natural white corn into grits for their own personal use. Their creation was a hit when they gave it away in Christmas gifts, so they decided to expand their market.  Gayla’s Grits has always prided itself in keeping the integrity and quality of their grits 100% all natural. In keeping with this standard, non-GMO heirloom seeds are used to grow the corn that is used for their grits on their family farm.

Store Spotlight- Cultural Traditions

White Oak Pastures Team

Located above Atlanta in Suwanee, GA is a locally owned and operated business called Cultured Traditions. Tanya and Charles Sharp bring their Russian tradition to the South with their variety of fermented foods.

Historically, when growing fresh foods was not possible, people learned how to naturally ferment foods to preserve them for storage and use during the winter months. Over time, the health benefits became obvious, and have since been proven to be even more significant. For this reason, consuming fermented foods strictly for their health benefits is quite common.

Georgia Sourdough Co.

Laura Mortelliti

We love these high quality, healthy, artisanal crackers. They are hand-made and free of preservatives or stabilizers. Based out of Atlanta, Georgia Sourdough Co. sources its 100% organic flour and other all natural fresh ingredients from local farmers. The cracker dough is mixed, rolled, sliced and baked by hand. Georgia Sourdough Co. was started by long-time foodie and baker Tracy Bribbon with a focus on creating a snack that was healthy but still had old fashioned taste.

Shotwell Candy Company

Laura Mortelliti

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.

Store Spotlight - Blackberry Patch

Laura Mortelliti

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.

Cafe Campesino- Cup of Compassion

Laura Mortelliti

 

A Sweeter Side of the Farm

Laura Mortelliti

 

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...

Butter Check Out The Banner Butter at Our General Store

Laura Mortelliti

Local Sweet Grass Dairy Cheese at the White Oak Pastures General Store

Laura Mortelliti

 

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