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ABOUT OUR MENU
Sunflower Cafe serves a vegetarian menu featuring natural whole foods with a variety of options including vegan, gluten free, soy free, nut free, and dairy free selections.
We make every effort to incorporate locally grown farm fresh produce and dairy items from local growers and producers into our dishes. See below for more information on our local providers.
Our menu follows the seasonal changes of the year and the availability of local produce.
ABOUT OUR LOCAL PROVIDERS
Sunflower Cafe proudly serves locally grown farm fresh produce and dairy items from the following growers and producers:
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Long Hungry Creek Farm
Long Hungry Creek Farm is one of the oldest (30 years) and largest (300 acres) organic and biodynamic farms in Tennessee. The goal of the Long Hungry Creek Farm is to grow the highest quality farm products possible, while enjoyably developing an economically viable, aesthetically pleasing and humus-rich farm which remains relatively independent regarding its own feed and fertilizer needs. We’d like to continue researching ways to do this and to consult, demonstrate and promote the idea that such a farm is a valuable and beneficial addition to the landscape and atmosphere of the 21st century.
The earth needs healing and biodynamic farmers are helping to do it.Read more...
Bells Bend Farm
The Bells Bend Neighborhood Farms are four farms inthe community of Scottsboro/Bells Bend in Northwest Davidson County, Tennessee. The farms are only 15 minutes from Nashville, but the area has remained rural and agricultural due to the absence of a bridge to cross the Cumberland River and enter the area. With several thousand acres of rich, fertile soil, the Scottsboro/Bells Bend area could potentially provide Nashville with a large percentage of its food, grown locally and sustainably.Read more...
Delvin Farms is a three generation family farm located in College Grove, TN. Our 96 acre vegetable farm along the Harpeth River is certified organic. Throughout the year you can find us at many of the best farmers markets around town. You will also find our organic vegetables at local restaurants, groceries and boutiques.Read more...
Real Food Farms
Our passion at Real Food Farms is to grow local, flavorful and nutritious food using only natural techniques for the better health of our family, friends, and you. Free from pesticides, genetic engineering and chemical fertilizers, our fresh produce, fruits, and eggs are grown in the Grassland community situated between Franklin and Brentwood, TN. At Real Food Farms, we grow many heirloom varieties, save seeds, harvest at the peak of flavor, and sell locally at the Franklin Farmers Market and through our CSA to Franklin and Nashville area. We grow year-round with many winter hardy vegetables. In addition to our CSA program, we make food donations to: Emmaus Fellowship, The Eden Project, and Food Not Bombs.Read more...
Kenny's Farmhouse Cheese
In the early 1990's, Kenny Mattingly of Kenny's Farmhouse Cheese, whose family milks about 120 dairy cattle in Barren County, Kentucky, was worried about the future of milk as a commercial commodity - and especially about whether he and his family could continue to make a living on their 200-acre farm. After a farm trip to Europe, he returned with a different notion. He was impressed with the way small family farms in Western Europe were finding ways to add value to their products and market to their local communities. It gave him a new vision for his farm.Read more...
Noble Springs Dairy
At Noble Springs, we take pride in knowing that every drop of milk that goes into our cheese is derived from the natural forages that our goats enjoy on our farm. The goats at Noble Springs Dairy not only provide the wonderful milk our cheeses are made from, they are responsible for the partnership of Dustin and Justyne.Read more...