Heini’s offers complimentary samples of more than 70 types of cheese with more than half made in the region with milk from local Amish dairy farms. Guests can enjoy the gift shop, fudge shop and the retail store as well as watch a cheese making video
If you think butcher shops are extinct; think again. Sugar Valley Meats offers fresh cuts of beef and pork. Showcasing old-fashioned cured and smoked meats, to bolognas, hot dogs and more, this butcher boasts competitive prices and quality service.
Locals and tourist flock every year to Miller's Farm Market for its freshness of home produced fruit. The 20 years in the business makes Miller's Farm Market your original style produce store.
What began as a small collection of fabrics grew into more than 8,000 bolts and a stocked Quilt Barn. A full line of notions, patterns, handmade quilts and more will make any visit to Charm extra-charming at this family-owned and operated shop.
Walnut Creek’s newest boutique features quality women’s attire in modern styles that compliment every woman. Women of all ages will appreciate the contemporary store that helps customers find a look they can love.
Family-owned for over 30 years, Kauffman's Country Bakery is a hidden gem tucked away in the village of Bunker HIll. Brothers Steve and Richard Kauffman oversee their staff of 20 Amish and Mennonite bakers.
Footwear for work and leisure is available in a customer-service oriented shop that features workbooks, hiking boots, western boots, as well as options for every imaginable occupation and application in sizes to fit the whole family.
A fixture in the community since the 1950’s the Gospel Book Store is a retailer of faith-based books, music, software, gifts, home schooling and church supplies and has kept pace with the times by offering the latest in digital media.
With a name like Smucker’s, it has to be good. It is even better when you visit the store and café where you can shop, dine and purchase gift baskets with a wide array of familiar products. All the goodness of Smucker’s is at the store and café.
In 1947, Alfred Guggisberg ventured to the U.S. from Switzerland to pursue his cheesemaking dream. He created Baby Swiss cheese, now world famous. Known for smaller holes and less-biting flavor, Baby Swiss is a true product of Ohio’s Amish Country.