Hi-Fi is the first urban mushroom farm in Austin. It was founded in 2017 by Cory Nellissen and Sean Henry. Hi-Fi Mycology’s sustainable mushroom growing operation focuses on discovering local fungiand working with them as they are adapted to the local environment.
Sean Henry has a strong background in raising food inside as founder of Francis & Thatcher. Sean decided to pivot away from greens and to growing mushrooms at his indoor grow house in north Austin. He grows Lions Mane, Oyster, Maitake, and Shiitake varieties.
Rambler Sparkling Water is a sustainably sourced Texas limestone filtered sparkling water, made in Austin and proudly partnered with Texas Parks & Wildlife Foundation. Rambler’s unique mineral blend and perfect level of carbonation gives it a clean, crisp taste that is truly one-of-a-kind. #RaiseARambler
KTonic Kombucha is an all tea, low sugar beverage that is 100% kombucha. Live cultures. Naturally occurring probiotics and beneficial acids. No added fruit juice and 100% raw. Available in 6 flavors.
These black cloves of garlic are made from Texas grown garlic which are carmelized for one to two months using controlled heat and humidity turning them a soft black color and into spreadable form. This garlic is prized by chefs for its strong, yet mellow garlic flavor. Other products include black shallot and black pearl onions.
Homestead specializes in low-temperature milling with a restored waterwheel-powered gristmill originally built around 1760. They focus on milling and mixing wholesome whole wheat, corn, and oat products. Homestead emphasizes local, organic and chemical-free raw materials.
Good Flow was founded in Austin 45 years ago. The honey is harvested from over 100 hives spread throughout Travis, Hays and Williamson counties. Their bees feed on Central Texas flowers producing over 100 pounds of honey per hive. Good Flow has available Wildflower honey from Central Texas, and Clover, Mesquite, Huajillo and Orange Blossom honey.
Texas Olive Ranch is a family operation run by Jim and Josh Henry. They have over 40,000 Arebequina olives trees on land near Carrizo Springs and 50,000 trees on land near Victoria. They offer a full line of extra virgin and flavored oils. All grown, harvested and cold-pressed in Texas.
James Rice Farms grows and mills their own brand of Basmati rice, Prairie Ronde, named after the area in which the rice grows, northwest of Opelousas. Owner Beth James intention was to grow a single variety of rice and mill it on site and sell directly to consumers and chefs—Field to table. Beth can track rice down to the lot number of the seed used.
Mikaila Ulmer began selling lemonade the old school way—from a stand in front of her house. That was when she was five years old. Her idea was to use the profits from lemonade to save the honeybee. At that time, she donated a portion of her profits to organizations fighting to save the honeybee, thus “Buy a bottle, save a bee.” Her initial investment for growth came as a result of a presentation she made on TV to The Shark Tank. She was awarded $60,000. That was when she was 6 years old.
Cloud to bottle since 1998. Richard Heinichen, started bottling rainwater on his ranch outside of Dripping Springs. In 2002 they were the first company in the U.S that was licensed to bottle and distribute rainwater—free of minerals and additives of any kind. Available in still and carbonated