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Here are some helpful resources for our customers.

  • Fall Minestrone "BIG" Soup - Delicious Driftless Fare Seasonal Soup Class Recipe Card

  • Driftless One Pot Fall Dinner - Recipe and information on Long Island Cheese Heritage Squash.

  • Bulk Grain and Bean Cooking Chart - Approx. cooking and measurement chart for many of the beans and grains we carry bulk at the Driftless Market.

  • Gluten Free Recipe Resource - Namaste Foods contain no wheat, gluten, corn, soy, potato, dairy, casein, tree nuts or peanuts. THey are carefully made in a dedicated allergen-free facility, do not contain genetically modified ingredients. Their recipe resource shares lots of great recipes using their packaged mixes and flour blends.

  • 5 Year Anniversary Press Release: Driftless Market gets its name from the region of southwest and west central Wisconsin that remained unscathed from glacial activity during the last ice age. It is from this region that Driftless Market makes every effort to source its products. They provide shoppers with one location to buy all of the products they need while maintaining a focus on environmentally-friendly and sustainable production and consumption. They are the tri-state area’s choice for fair trade, organic, and locally grown foods, offering a wide variety of healthy, sustainable, and ultimately, better tasting foods all year round. They care about what you eat and use, and show it by providing exceptional, personal service that you won’t find at big box stores. Their 5 year anniversary coincides with the 100th Birthday of their building at 95 West Main Street on Platteville’s Historic Main Street.

  • Bulk is Better: Guess what? You were right. Bulk is better—better for your food budget, better for your creativity in the kitchen, and better for the planet too. Read on for six essential dos and don’ts to help you make the most of your next bulk foods shopping trip.

  • To Bag or Not To Bag? Simple guide to plastic bag use for your produce (veggie and fruit) selections. Some items have their own protective coverings and do not need to be in a plastic bag. Check out the guide to see how it can help you to reduce, reuse and recycle plastic bags. Most plastic bags are currently recyclable in Platteville. For more information check out Faherty's Tip Page.

  • Green Gift Wrap Card: Great gift wrapping ideas along with tips on sustainable gift ideas, like wrapping in reusable shopping bags.

  • Holiday Shopping List: You can get all of your holiday shopping supplies at the Driftless Market.

  • Guide to Pesticides in Popular Produce: Did you know that many of the most common produce consumed daily by children fall on the "Dirty Dozen" by the Environmental Working Group? Click the Guide to see the full list.