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Thursday, February 26, 2009

The Station opens

Posted By on Thu, Feb 26, 2009 at 11:36 AM

The Station Grocery and Deli has opened in the wedge formed by the intersection of Kavanaugh and Markham streets at Stifft Station. The store specializes in organic, gourmet, specialty, health and, especially, locally produced foods and goods. It also offer made to order juices and smoothies and to-go deli items. The phone number is 664-3200. The website is thestationlr.com. Hours are 7 a.m. -6 p.m. Mon.-Fri., and Sat. 9 a.m. -5 p.m (there's live music on Saturdays). Once summer hits, co-owner Holly Ingebo says the store might extend it's hours and open on Sunday.

Ingebo also told me that the deli won't be full service until the week beginning March 2.

After the jump, check out a long list of some of the groceries featured products.
- Honeysuckle Lane Cheese
- Stoney Acres Sheep Milk Cheese (Actually from across the border in Missouri)
- Shiitake Mushrooms from Shirley
- Ratchford Farms Buffalo
- Armstrong Beefalo
- Hobbs Honey
- Sweet Life Apiary Honey & Candles
- Robbi's Salsa
- My Brother's Salsa
- Loomis Farms
- Locally Grown Garlic & Sweet Potatoes
- Locally Grown Greens & Herbs from Arkansas Natural Produce
- Broccoli & Greens from Dunbar Garden
- Scallions from Armstead Farms
- Morningside Bagels
- Rozark Hills Coffee
- Gus Nectar Olive Oils
- Mountain Valley Spring & Sparkling Water
- Lone Pine Rice
- Isbell Farms Koshikari Sushi Rice
- Ozark Pastured Beef (Next Week)
- War Eagle Mill Products
- Healin Hollers
- Nest Handmade
- Anna Pearl's Homemade Soaps
- Arkansas Soap Company
- Diva Bee's
- Boulevard Bread Co,
- Sparkling River Pepper Co,
- Brent & Sam's Organic & Pure Natural Cookies
- J&M Cheese Straws & Cookies
- Diamond Bear Brewery
- Chateau Aux Arc

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