Kimberton Whole Foods shares the whole story of local foods (at least some of them) by taking its Facebook fans behind the scenes of a cider and butter maker.
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Kimberton Whole Foods in Kimberton, Pa., has a lot to celebrate, having recently opened a new store. The natural foods retailer shared that process via Facebook.
But as a supporter of local producers, and organic and biodynamic farms (which owner Terry Brett will discuss during a session at Natural Products Expo East), the company shares the stories of those businesses on its Facebook page, too. The posts below show an example of how Kimberton Whole Foods got behind the scenes and shared the experience with posts, photos and a short video.
On site with KWF's photographer of choice, Jeremy Hess, at Bauman's capturing the amazing process of fruit butters! Stay tuned!Kimberton Whole Foods
Mashing peachesKimberton Whole Foods
Apples ready to be made into cider!Kimberton Whole Foods
<a href="https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151034760618663.417797.138522903662&type=1" class="pronoun-link ">Bauman's Fruit and Apple Butters</a> (10 photos)Kimberton Whole Foods
Jarring all sorts of yummy things :)Kimberton Whole Foods