Wake Robin Products are now available in Barberton, OH! We are happy to bring on Al's Quality Market as a retailer. This bustling Hungarian deli, shop and restaurant is quite a gem!
155 2nd St NW, Barberton, OH 44302
Take a bite out of summer! Enjoy this seasonal specialty, made with locally-grown organic green beans and a pretty lil' dill flower in every jar. Yum!
Now available where Wake Robin products are sold, while supplies last.
Hey Akron-area Fermented Food Fans, we are now available at a store near you! The new Highland Square Mustard Seed is stocking Wake Robin. Plus, we hear the new store is super nice. Stop by and check it out! 867 West Market St. • Akron, OH 44303
Grace Brothers' Detroit Shoreway location is now stocking Wake Robin products in their awesome new local-foods cooler section. Stop by to check it out! 1907 W 65th St., Cleveland
Add a bit of sunshine into your life with our new seasonal pickle: Curried Cauliflower and Carrots. Made with locally sourced cauliflower and carrots. Available at Nature's Bin , the Root Cafe and The Grocery OHC . It was a small batch, so get yours today!
“It’s neat that Cleveland has a traditional food scene,” says Molly. “Everywhere doesn’t need to be Berkeley or Portland. People here know their culture, their heritage, and are proud of it.”
Our products are now available at The Grocery OHC, a great new food shop at 3815 Lorain in Ohio City. Stop by to check out their selection of locally crafted and organic food!
Check out Wake Robin's Cranberry-Ginger Sauerkraut in the Cleveland Plain Dealer, featured alongside other locally crafted cranberry delights.
Wake Robin's season special, Cranberry-Ginger Sauerkraut, is here! Made with local, organic cabbage, fresh cranberries and ginger, this holiday treat is sure to delight friends and family alike.
It is available at all of our retail locations listed on our website.
We have been very excited to incorporate lots of local, organic vegetables into our products this growing season. At this point we have thousands of pounds of local vegetables preserved for distribution through the winter and into the spring. This way, our fermented food fans will be eating high-quality local vegetables long into the cold months. So far we have organic cabbage, carrots and beets from Northeast Ohio farms.
Teaming up with local purveyors and organic farmers means more investment and in earth-friendly farming methods and less investment in long-distance transportation costs. The result is a more positive social, environmental, and economic affect on our community.
We are glad to be part of a community that is conscious of the importance of supporting local farmers and strengthening our region’s food security.
Northeast Ohio is a beautiful place, and we aim to help keep it that way.