Why Local Honey?

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Why Local Honey?

Raw honey is totally different than the honey you may find on the supermarket shelf.  Raw honey has not been pasteurized, heated, or processed.  Local raw honey contains pollen from sources in your neighborhood that may naturally provide your body resistance to seasonal allergies.  Raw honey also contains many minerals, vitamins, enzymes, and powerful antioxidants — plus amazing anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-fungal properties.


For More Bee Keeping, Bee’s, and Local Honey information Check out the Holland Beekeeper association 


Eaters Guild Farm – CSA Organic Farm

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Organic Growers and Community Supported Agriculture located in South West MI. Purchase organic vegetables in the summer and winter;  free-range chicken year-round; and  free-range turkey during the holidays.

Holland Farmers Market Wed. and Sat. 8-1pm

South Haven Farmers Market Sat 8-2pm

Texas Township Farmers Market Sat 8-12pm.


Lee and Laurie Arboreal
26041 County Road 681
Bangor, Michigan 49013

(269) 427-0423


Salt of the Earth Sustainable Restaurant – Fennville

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A meal at Salt of the Earth restaurant is an authentic Midwest American rustic food experience, built from a foundation of fresh high quality ingredients from growers within a fifty-mile radius of Allegan County. Starting from scratch and prepared by hand, the Salt of the Earth kitchen prepares dishes in a simple fashion as ingredients change with the season.

Our commitment to seasonality is further showcased in our weekend Fresh Board, where Chef Matt presents the season’s freshest flavors in dishes created by what our local growers bring in to the kitchen that week, or even in the hours leading to dinner service!  We post our Fresh Board weekly on our Facebook page. 

Real Time Farms We are proud to partner with Real Time Farms (RTF) in presenting our online menu. RTF is a wonderful resource to help our diners connect the dots from our kitchen to our local farmers. Visit us at www.realtimefarms.com .

Salt of the Earth • 114 East Main Street • Fennville MI 49408 • Phone: 269.561.SALT (7258)

Monday – Sunday: 5pm – 10pm • Sunday Brunch 11am – 2pm