Ask Leah! The Ingles Dietitian

Sponsored: 'Taste of Local' in Hendersonville

Sponsored: 'Taste of Local' in Hendersonville

Don’t miss “TASTE OF LOCAL” at Ingles Market in Hendersonville (Spartanburg Hwy) Thursday, May 25th • 3-6 p.m. Meet over 20 local farmers, entrepreneurs and suppliers whose products are in this Ingles store and sample!

Here are some of the businesses who’ll be at this event:

Ally’s Bars (Mills River)

Annie’s Breads (Asheville)

Hickory Nut Gap Meats (Fairview)

Mimi’s Mountain Mixes (Hendersonville)

Related Items

Munki Foods (Asheville)

New Sprout Organic Farms (Swannanoa)

Postre Caramels and Caramel Sauce (Woodfin)

Roots Hummus (Asheville)

Smiling Hara Hempeh (Barndardsville)

Sunburst Trout (Waynesville)

Sunny Creek Sprouts (Tryon)

Tribal Grounds Coffee (Waynesville)

Van Wingerden International (Mills River)

Leah McGrath, RDN, LDN

Ingles Markets Corporate Dietitian



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