We believe in supporting our community and partner with many local vendors. Anytime you visit Sunny Bridge you are sure to find our shelves stocked with foods sourced from within 300 miles of the store—including meats, raw milk and honey.
We are very proactive in supporting our farms and businesses. Our relationships with these farmers and producers are at the very heart of Sunny Bridge.
There are SO many reasons to choose to buy local…
Local food is fresher and tastes better than food shipped long distances from other states or countries. Local farmers can offer produce varieties bred for taste and freshness rather than for shipping and long shelf life. Additionally, since local food doesn’t have to travel very far it is also great for the environment. Short distances mean reduced carbon dioxide emissions and packing materials.
By supporting local business you are contributing to the community by keeping the money you spend in our area. You are also supporting small, family-owned farms and businesses and enabling them to thrive. Knowing where your food comes from and how it is grown or raised enables you to choose safe food from farmers who avoid or reduce their use of chemicals, pesticides, hormones, antibiotics or genetically modified seed in their operations.
Skin food – that’s how they think of their products.
Created by Jessica Graves without additives, fragrances and preservatives, these skin care products are made from organic plant oils that can sink incredibly deep into the skin’s dermis layers. Your skin is fed, hydrated and looking great! One of our favorites!
Feed your skin with skin care that is truly good for you!
The Bedillion’s adventure with bees began in 2004. One hive led to another then another and quickly grew to hundreds!
The hives are home mainly to Italian and Russian honeybees. Their teamwork keep the hives swarming and the honey flowing.
Honey isn’t the only product that comes from the farm. Cold process soaps are simply made with just a few ingredients including honey and essentials oils.
You can visit their farm market throughout the summer season and actually observe their bees in action.