Answers to questions about product, shipping, pickup, delivery and more.



Do your products have MSG or any additives or fillers?

Our products are whole spices and whole foods. Our products DO NOT contain any MSG, additives or fillers.

How much spice should I use?

We recommend to use one table spoon per pound beef, chicken, turkey, or pork (unless the recipe calls for more). We recommend 1/2 table spoon for seafood and fish.

Small Order Service Fee

Orders under $10 will receive and additional service fee of  $3.99.


How much is shipping?

Shipping is $4.99 for orders under $45.00. Orders over $45.00 receive free shipping! Does not apply to orders containing flour.

Bulk item shipping (flour)

What is Bulk item shipping?

Bulk (heavy) items, such as flour will incur a shipping fee of 13.00 up to 10 pounds and 18.00 for orders over 10 pounds.

Local Porch Delivery

What are the details for local porch delivery?

We provide local porch delivery to addresses within Lenawee County. Deliveries typically are on Tuesday’s and Friday’s – subject to change. We try to get your order to you within 2-3 days.

Curbside Pickup

Do you offer curbside pickup?

Beginning June 6th, we will be providing curbside pick-up at the Tecumseh Farmers Market. Place your order on line by Midnight on Thursday and you can pick up your order at the Tecumseh Farmers Market (213 North Evans Street Tecumseh, MI 49286) between 9 am and 1 pm on Saturday.

Square One by Lenawee Now – Idea Genius Contest Winners

In April of 2018 we entered and won the Square One contest presented by Lenawee Now.  This was an entrepreneurial pitch contest.  There were several good ideas presented.  As the “Idea Genius” winner we received $1000.  We took this $1000 and purchased a tent which we use at local markets and events.  We also purchased additional storage shelving and inventory. Please see the links below with information about the event details.

The Adrian Daily Telegram

Lenawee Now

Launch Lenawee – Path to Entrepreneurship.

In October of 2018 we applied to the Launch Lenawee Entrepreneurial program.  We were excited once we learned of our acceptance into the program.  The first 6 weeks of the program is an intense program which includes, weekly homework, weekly classroom instruction, and commitment followup. The next four months consisted of a monthly check-in with the cohort and additional presentations by experts in various fields such as Human Resources, Marketing, Management, etc. Also, during this four month progress we were assigned mentors to help us review our business.  These meetings with mentors can include, business plan review, concept development, financial pro-forma, etc.  If you are interested in learning more about the Launch Lenawee program, applying to be in the program, or if you are interested in becoming a Mentor please click the link below.

Launch Lenawee


Maker Space Kitchen – Adrian Armory Event Center

The Adrian Armory Event Center is in the process of developing, in conjunction with the Launch Lenawee program, a maker space kitchen. This commercial kitchen will allow local entrepreneurs to take their food based business to the next level.  This kitchen will allow those whom currently operate under the cottage food law a space where they can cook, package, manufacture their products in a licensed facility.  Those businesses will then be able to offer their products in retail outlets and over the internet, as well as having a licensed facility to produce on a larger scale.  For more information about the Maker Space Kitchen please click the link below.

Maker Space Kitchen