Arkansas Rice Depot – Purchase gourmet rice and bean mixes for your loved ones and feed hungry Arkansans. Proceeds from gift sales feed hungry Arkansas children, families and seniors.
Armstong Beefalo – Ground Beefalo, Ground Beefalo Sausage, Beefalo sausages and steaks, natural and Pecan smoked jerky.
Andrews Candy Company – over 50 years of making handmade nut brittles in three-pound batches to insure quality; sugar-free available. Made in Arkadelphia, Arkansas.
Bear Kingdom Vineyard – Muscadine Jelly. Each batch is hand poured. It is truly the homemade recipe with contents of fruit, sugar and pectin…no corn syrup, artificial flavorings, colors or preservatives added. This gives you a delicious product with an “easy to spread” quality.
Bryant Preserving Company – Tomolives® “Old South” Brand. Not an olive, but a unique pickled tomato grown from exclusive seed. Alma, Arkansas.
Burge’s – Hickory smoked turkey’s and hams, Lewisville, Arkansas.
Cavendar’s Greek Seasoning – S-C Seasoning Company, A family owned company founded in 1971 and located in Harrison; created originally as a meat seasoning, it is now used by numerous cooks around the country as a “secret ingredient” in many other recipes.
Della Rice – Specialty Rice Inc., Della brand rice products include Arborio, Basmati White, Basmati Brown and Jasmine. All Della products are micro milled to guarantee freshness, flavor and aroma. Della rice is listed as a verified non-GMO product.
De Wafelbakkers – De Wafelbakkers manufactures frozen pancakes and waffles, as well as shelf-stable waffles, which are distributed throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. De Wafelbakkers has two plants, one of which is located in North Little Rock, Arkansas.
Fisher’s Honey – Fischer Honey Company, North Little Rock. The largest and oldest honey processing and packing plant in Arkansas. Raymond Fischer who kept bees as a hobby and extracted honey in the family kitchen started the company. The business grew from the kitchen, to the basement, to the garage, to the first honey plant in the late 1930’s.
House of Webster – preserves, jellies, syrups, salsas and other foods are made, packaged, mailed and shipped from Rogers, Arkansas.
J&M Foods – Over 15 flavors of locally made, fresh snacks, including the world famous original cheese straw, wine biscuits, and cookies.
Juanita’s Candy Kitchen – peanut, pecan and cashew brittles, handmade in Arkadelphia.
Martin Greer’s Candies — Homemade candies including hand-dipped chocolates using original recipes from Ribgy’s Reliable Teacher of 1897; fudge recipe dates to the 1820s with others dating to the Civil War; only the finest, freshest ingredients are used; second generation business that began in 1925. Gateway, Arkansas.
Mountain Valley Water – All natural spring water, each drop of Mountain Valley Spring Water originates at a protected natural spring in Hot Springs. The company dates to 1871; a favorite of Presidents, celebrities, and other notables such as famous race horses.
McClard’s Bar-B-Q Sauce – Family owned and operated for over 75 years. McClard’s Bar-B-Q was established in Hot Springs National Park in 1928. Whether stopping in for a barbecue meal or purchasing McClard’s Barbecue Sauce to go, travelers from across the country have made McClard’s a regular stop on their visits to Hot Springs. A personal favorite of former President Bill Clinton.
Otis & Betty’s Inc, Crunchy Snack Mix – Five types of snack mix, both sweet and savory
Ozark Mountain Smokehouse – an Ozark Mountain and Arkansas tradition for over 50 years; smoked hams, turkeys, cheeses, mustards, jellies; gift baskets, sampler packs
PattiCakes Bakery – Conway, Arkansas
Pasquale’s Tamales – West Helena, Arkansas
Peace Bee Farm – Proctor, Arkansas
Petit Jean Meats – one of the best-known food products in The Natural State; has been in business since the 1920s; hams, peppered bacon, lunch meats, hot dogs, etc.
Ratchford Farms – Marshall, Arkansas
Red Apple Inn Candy Company – Toffee is made in small batches using the finest all-natural ingredients, pure creamery butter, nuts from Oregon, Texas and California, premium imported single bean varietal chocolate and NO preservatives. Flavors include Southern Pecan Toffee, Hoity Toity Toffee (Macadamia/white chocolate), Hazelnut/Dark Chocolate, and Pistachio/Dried Cherry White Chocolate Toffee.
River Valley Pepper Sauce – Russellville, Arkansas
Robbie’s Salsa – North Little Rock
Sassy Jones Sauce and Spice Company, located in Montrose, was started in 1986 by Bill and Sharon Jones. The original BBQ sauce was developed in 1895 by Bill’s grandfather Jasper Jones and features a blend of 24 spices. The sauce is still handmade in small batches with no artificial or chemical thickeners. Other products include cobblers in a jar, hot sauces, jellies, jams and preserves, southern gourmet foods, spices and rubs, steak sauce, and syrups and molasses.
Subiaco Abbey – Abbey Brittle and Monk Sauce. Subiaco, Arkansas.
Suzanne’s Fruit Farm – jams, jellies,fruit spreads, preserves, syrups, fruit butters and hand-crafted baskets. Hampton, Arkansas.
Taste & See Candies — Located in Ashdown, this chocolate-lovers delight features a variety of homemade candies made according to old family recipes; products include caramel toffee, turtle apple; royal, brownie, pecan, walnut, toffee, white “ice cream” and espresso fudges; seasonal specials.
Two Dumb Dames Fudge Factory – Eureka Springs, Arkansas
War Eagle Mill – organic flours and meals. Rogers, Arkansas
Waterfall Hollow Farm – Berryville, Arkansas. Grass-Fed and Spring-Watered in the Arkansas Ozarks since 1995, and winner of the Organic Style Beef Taste Test in 2004.
Wiederkehr Wines – The oldest and largest winery in mid-America, Wiederkehr Wine Cellars is is located on the southern slopes of the Ozark Mountains. Here atop St. Mary’s Mountain is where the Wiederkehr family carries on a tradition begun in 1880
Please let us know if we’ve missed listing one of your favorite Arkansas Made food products!