Grab an ice cold glass of Alley Cat Tea this summer – marketed as “The Original Fruit Tea.”
Woodsgift Farm makes delicious jams, jellies, butters and more.
Pick Tennessee Products redesigned its website and is launching a mobile app to help consumers find local products.
Visit BittaSweet Cookies in Brentwood, Tenn., for homemade treats like peanut butter and jam cookies and oatmeal stout cookies.
Find artisan chocolatiers and candy makers across the state to satisfy any sweet tooth.
Karen Norton’s Strawberry Sheet Cake Recipe has taken off with over 250,000 views and 76 comments. See the baker’s reaction on her recipe’s popularity.
Discover Batch Nashville, a new business providing artisan goods, delivered to your doorstep.
Find handmade mixes for dips, desserts, soups, hot beverages and fruit teas from Tennessee-based company, Zuzu’s Joy.
Cool off this summer with recipes for ice pops, freezer pies, unusual ice cream flavors and other frozen desserts using Tennessee products.
Add some flavor to your hot dog or bologna with sweet and spicy Tennessee Chow-Chow.
Learn more about sorghum and what distinguishes it from molasses.
Delight in Tennessee’s original candy creation at the new Goo Goo Cluster retail store at Fontanel mansion.
In 1912, Standard Candy Co. in Nashville made confectionery history by inventing the world’s first combination candy bar, the Goo Goo Cluster.
Allegro Marinade, processed in Paris, Tennessee, is perfect for the spring grilling season.
Bristol, TN based clothing company, Pointer Brand, is celebrating a century of business in 2013.
Restaurants across the state grow their own farm-fresh ingredients.
It isn’t Tennessee’s biggest cash crop, but when it comes to taste, nothing’s sweeter than old- fashioned sorghum.
Don’t miss your chance at one of Sunshine Hollow Bakery’s famous pecan fruitcake this holiday.
Shade Tree Farms in Adams, Tennessee uses their orchard fresh apples in one of their favorite recipes, Apple Pie Bread.
Scott Witherow, owner of Olive & Sinclair chocolate, celebrates success of his Nashville-based artisan chocolate business.
Two major flour companies, White Lily and Martha White, are headquartered in Tennessee.
Devour sweet fall flavors on a warm biscuit or over ice cream with Cunningham Farms’ Sweet Potato Butter.
Carrying on the family tradition of making apple butter gave new life to a Crossville woman.
Find your favorite college football team in the form of a pasta at Nashville-based The Pasta Shoppe. Liven your pasta salad with noodles in team colors and mascot shapes.
We’re giving away an assortment of products made right here in Tennessee! From fresh pasta from The Pasta Shoppe, to Tennessee’s famous Chow-Chow, to Allegro marinade – this is a delicious prize.
With flavors such as Chocolate Chile, Orange Ginger Cinnamon and Rose Cardamom, these marshmallows are big, puffy and uniquely delicious.
Looking for information about Tennessee country hams? You’ve come to the right place.
From prosciutto to Tennshootoe: If you put salt on a ham in Tennessee and you put salt on a ham in Tuscany, we’re going to come out with a similar product.
The Hamery in Murfreesboro cures and sells about 1,500 hams a year, and owner Bob Woods shares the tradition of curing country hams with 4-H’ers.
Even as the weather turns cold and the leaves fall from the trees, you can still enjoy products you love fresh from the farm.
Doug Jeffords’ delicious sausage seasonings first earned a reputation in Middle Tennessee in the early 1960s – and the Franklin-based company has been growing ever since.
Although prawns and shrimp appear to be very similar, that’s not exactly the case.
Every bed-and-breakfast offers a special touch that sets it apart from the competition. At the Bonnie Blue Inn in McMinnville, that little something extra comes in a jar.
Cumberland Valley Coffee Co. in Greenbrier offers an impressive selection of coffees from around the globe, and they are fresh-roasted to order in Tennessee.
One of the most unusual, and popular, popsicle flavors concocted by the Las Paletas owners is rose-petal.
Bristol, TN candy-makers’ edible candy cane baskets taste as good as they look.
Tennessee chocolate companies across the state are perfecting their delicious delicacies.
Loveless Café’s Piggy Popcorn And I Don’t Share is a sweet and salty marriage of caramel corn and bacon.
Open since 2003, the Nashville Toffee Co. offers almond toffee, chocolate bark and chocolate lover’s packages.
Christmas comes but once a year – and so do Dyersburg’s Pennington Gourmet Pecans.
Twin Forks Farm artisan baker David Tannen makes bread the ancient way at his Primm Springs farm in Tennessee.
A Parrotsville-based farm specializes in growing what many consider to be the hottest pepper on the planet.
A Nashville woman turned her grandmother’s recipes into a successful cookie business.
A Basket to Remember, based in Gallatin, offers gift baskets filled with goodies for any occasion.
Caffe Nonna’s jars of marinara and arrabiata sauces – available online and through retail stores – help benefit St. Jude’s.
Benton’s Smoky Mountain Hams are slow-cured with salt and brown sugar, creating a mouth-watering flavor that has won praise across the nation.