Local Markets

Jacobson's Market & Scoops

17183 50th Avenue, Chippewa Falls

Jacobson's is a local grocery store in Chippewa Falls that specializes in meats of all kinds. They recently opened an ice cream counter for all of your chilled, summer dairy desires.

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Just Local Food

1117 S. Farwell St., Eau Claire

For over twelve years the co-op has focused on sourcing from and nurturing relationships with local farmers and producers of high quality, natural, and organic foods for our community. They are dedicated to providing our customer-owners and community access to high quality local, organic, and natural foods – all at a fair price.

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Klinger Farm Market

12756 132nd St., Chippewa Falls

In addition to 18 greenhouses full of flowers, vegetable plants, herbs, shrubs, trees, hanging baskets, water plants, and house plants, Klinger offers a swath of freshly grown produce, home and garden ornaments, bird baths, jams, honeys, and organic gardening products. They are open year round.

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Menomonie Market Food Co-op

814 Main St. East, Menomonie

Located in downtown Menomonie, this co-op stocks a wide variety of locally sourced meats such as beef, buffalo, chicken, heirloom pork, brats & sausages, lamb, and fresh, local seafood. Offers a wide variety of seasonal produce, cheeses, dairy items, breads, spirits, and more grocery items. They have a deli, serving up fresh cuts and sandwiches, and they teach classes focusing on wellness, foraging, nutrition, and cooking.

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Rump's Butcher Shoppe

1411 Lynn Ave., Altoona

Enjoy local meats, cheeses, domestic and craft beers, wines, spices & more. Pick up pre-build freezer paks of meat, meat & cheese trays, and check out their specials. They also offer wild game processing.

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Sokup's Market

624 N Bridge St., Chippewa Falls

Located in Downtown Chippewa Falls. Fresh meat, cheese & produce. The best prices around for great quality. Family owned and operated for over 100 years.

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