Discover something new from around the corner.
We want to make it easier for our Georgia guests to support their community and experience everything it has to offer. That’s why we’ve carefully curated some of our favorite local products—from innovative-flavored pork rinds to creamy gelato.
Supporting local growers and makers also helps reduce our environmental impact, since these products are crafted within a 100-mile radius of your neighborhood store, or within the state of Georgia.
We’re proud to have partnered with Georgia Grown, a division of the Georgia Department of Agriculture on sourcing products that reflect Georgia’s culinary heritage and growing food industry future.
Curious about what’s in your neck of the woods? Keep reading for all the juicy details and visit your neighborhood store to support local!
1Emily G’s Jams - Dunwoody, GA
Starting in 2008 at local farmers’ markets, Emily G’s does everything for the love of food. Featured in Bon Appetit, The Wall Street Journal and Martha Stewart Weddings, Emily G’s uses seasonal, locally harvested ingredients in all of their products. We especially love the Jalapeno Raspberry and Roasted Red Pepper jams—sure to satisfy any jam lover!
2Doux South Pickles – Atlanta, GA
Doux South is the creation of farm-to-table chef Nick Melvin, who’s been pickling throughout his culinary career. Made without preservatives, artificial flavors or emulsifiers, Doux South Pickles are hand-packed with made-in-house brines that bring out the natural flavors of each vegetable.
3Montane Sparkling Water – Atlanta, GA
Blue Springs’ quartzite bedrock produces some of the purest water on the planet. Montane Sparkling Water bottles this spring water and keeps it pure, clean and refreshing, with no artificial sweeteners, sodium or calories.
4Georgia Grinders Nut Butters - Atlanta, GA
Driven by a passion for healthy cooking, Georgia Grinders Nut Butters are made in small batches to ensure freshness and flavor. Their nut butters are some of Jamie Foster’s prized family recipes, high quality, all natural and non-GMO. Try them on sandwiches for a next-level PB&J, add them to your morning oatmeal or bake them into your next batch of chocolate chip cookies.
5Blackberry Patch Syrups – Thomasville, GA
Founded by farmers in 1988, Blackberry Patch handcrafts small-batch goods using fresh fruits and family recipes. Their fruit syrups have a delicious homemade taste we love. They also donate a portion of the profits to various charitable causes.
6Byrd Cookie Company – Savannah, GA
In 1924, Benjamin Tillman “Pop” Byrd, Sr. opened a small bakery in Savannah, GA. Today, this family-owned, award-winning company is one of the largest and fastest-growing independent cookie, snack and gift companies in the U.S. and provides mini cookies with mighty flavor to customers worldwide.
7Honeysuckle Gelato - Atlanta, GA
In 2011, grade-school friends Jackson Smith, Wes Jones and Khatera Ballard launched Honeysuckle Gelato food truck, then traveled around Atlanta experimenting with different southern-inspired gelato flavors. Today they’ve traded in their food truck for a permanent home in the Ponce City Market, where all their gelatos and sorbets are made from scratch using the finest and freshest local ingredients.
8Savannah Bee Honey – Savannah, GA
Founder Ted Dennard is committed to sharing his passion for bees, beekeeping and honey with others. His company offers award-winning specialty honey and beauty products derived from hive ingredients, and also educates children and adults about the important role bees play as food pollinators.
9King of Pops - Atlanta, GA
Steven Carse began selling handmade popsicles from a used ice cream pushcart in 2009. Just months later, his brother Nick joined him. Since then, their business has grown significantly, with more than 20 pushcarts across four southern states. The brothers still work hard to source local ingredients for their pops, including fruits and herbs from their “King of Crops” farm in Douglasville, GA.
10Zeigler’s Honey - Stockton, GA
G.M Zeigler Jr. has been keeping bees since he was seven years old. His hives are located in South Georgia and North Florida, leading to a diverse array of flora for his bees. Zeigler’s Honey is raw and unfiltered, retaining the nutrients naturally found in honey. Orange Blossom has a delightful orange blossom aroma, while Georgia Wildberry boasts all the flavors of sweet berries with the luscious texture of honey.
11Bacon’s Heir Pork Clouds – Atlanta, GA
With help from some of his friends and family members, Brett Goodson perfected a new, modern recipe for fried pork rinds. His protein-rich creations are gluten- and carb-free. They’re also deliciously light, fluffy and satisfying, whether you enjoy them as a snack or use them as a panko crust.
12Coca-Cola – Atlanta, GA
First crafted in 1886 by pharmacist John S. Pemberton, this tonic-turned-soda is beloved by many. Coca-Cola is still headquartered in the Peach State and is the largest beverage manufacturer and distributer in the world. Their original recipe pairs great with salty, savory Georgia-grown peanuts. For an authentic Southern snack, drop some into the glass!