TWIN FALLS — Sprouts and Countryside Market are back for another season in Twin Falls, offering fresh, local produce.
The stores both reopened for the growing season within the last month.
Here’s what they offer:
One change this year at the market: It’s offering homegrown pastured chicken and grass-fed beef.
Sprouts also offers a variety of produce, including cucumbers, lettuce, peppers and corn. And it sells items such as fruits, baked goods, fresh eggs, locally-made cheese, and CloverLeaf Creamery ice cream and milk.
Two years after launching Sprouts, owners Ty and Trenda Regehr moved their business into a brick-and-mortar building in July 2016.
The Regehrs operate a 30-acre farm south of Buhl, which supplies the produce for Sprouts.
Hazelton farmer Jayson Giesbrecht and Buhl farmer Doug Koehn purchased Proost Family Farms from Jay and Elaine Proost in March 2015.
The Proosts called it quits after six years because they wanted to spend more time with family. The new owners renamed the business Countryside Market.
In addition to locally-grown fruits and vegetables, it offers products such as milk and yogurt from CloverLeaf Creamery, farm fresh eggs, honey and baked goods.