At Fortify, we believe that supporting local farms and sustainable farming practices in the region will help ensure a healthy food source for the future. Supporting local farmers helps them continue giving back to the land that many factory farms destroy and it helps boost the local economy.
Their trout are grown in the clean, pure waters of the western North Carolina Mountains, with much of the water coming from forest service land and national parks. This ensures rainbow trout of the highest quality and of the highest nutrition. They grow approximately 1/3 of all fish they process and 8 additional farms in the area provide their remaining supply.
Long Creek, SC
Grass fed beef, apples, peaches, table grapes, wine grapes, blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, persimmons, paw paws, Asian pears, figs, goji berries, and specialty items such as jams, jellies, salsas, sauces, pickles and wine.
Specializing in all natural, hormone free goat milk cheese and various organically grown produce
Nestled in North East Georgia they have a 100 acre farm where they grow, can and sell items on the farm. They specialize in have apples, blackberries, muscadines and more. They produce over 700 jams, jellies and more.
Chef Jamie’s home garden, growing organic basil, cucumbers, tomatoes, hot peppers, and summer squash
Fresh seasonal produce, farm fresh eggs, grass-fed + grass-finished feef, organic chicken feeds and specialty items such as sorghum syrup, garlic powder, popcorn and a variety of Jams & Jellies.
Grow a wide variety of seasonal open pollinating and heirloom vegetables including: jerusalem artichokes, tomatoes, cucumbers, patty pan squash, and much more!
Producer of quality small batch distilled spirits the old fashioned way with traditional Appalachian pot stills and pure mountain spring water
Certified naturally grown 30 year old family farm, specializing in blueberries, blackberries, blackberries, and vegetables
Certified naturally grown mushrooms, specializing in brown and blue Oyster mushrooms, portobello, and crimini mushrooms
Rabun Gap, GA
Sweet corn, tomatoes, heirloom tomatoes, cabbage, green beans, field peas, okra, squash, cucumbers, hot peppers, bell peppers, beets, eggplant, onions, sweet potatoes, cantaloupes, watermelons, strawberries, apples, peaches.
Rabun Gap, GA (Wolffork Valley)
Stone ground organic heirloom yellow corn grits, blue corn grits, heirloom yellow cornmeal, blue cornmeal, whole wheat flour, rye flour, spelt flour, 7 grain flour and cornbread mix.
Long Creek, SC
Peaches and various row crops including tomatoes, peas, and beans.