Indianapolis, Indiana (PRWEB) May 15, 2012
Artisano’s Oils & Spices has long been known, throughout the Indianapolis community, as one of the region’s leading providers of exotic tastes and fresh flavors. This devotion to bringing culinary delicacies to the area is seen not only in the store’s rich array of products, but also in its robust presence at local farmers markets. As the summer season reaches full swing, Artisano’s is expanding its farmers market presence into two more local staples: From now through the end of summer, Artisano’s will have a table set up at both the Carmel and Zionsville farmers markets.
David Burcham, the founder and owner of Artisano’s, says these local farmers markets are a natural fit for a business like his. “These area farmers markets are committed to bringing fresh, flavorful foods to the people of Indianapolis, which is really the same mission that we have at Artisano’s,” he notes. “For this reason, it only seems appropriate that we would make these farmers markets a central focus for our business. We are delighted to be bringing our products to Zionsville and Carmel this summer.”
If these area farmers markets provide a powerful way for Artisano’s to show its support of the local “foodie” community, however, it also gives Burcham and his team a chance to unveil fresh new products. Every month, the Artisano’s booth at each area farmers market will debut two brand new oils or vinegars, never sold by the company before and not available in the store. These new products will be available to farmers market patrons at a discounted rate. “We always love getting fresh new products in, and we’re zealous to show them off to those who come out to see us at the farmers markets,” Burcham enthuses. For the duration of May, the Artisano’s booth at each area farmers market will feature exclusive coconut and mango balsamic vinegars as the “products of the month,” with additional, new oils and vinegars coming later in the summer.
The Carmel Farmers Market is now open every Saturday, from 8:00 until 11:30 in the morning. The Zionsville market, meanwhile, is open Saturdays from 8:00 until 11:00 A.M. In addition to these two markets, Artisano’s is also present at the markets in Binford and Broad Ripple, with still more farmers market activity to come later in the season.
“Everyone at Artisano’s is grateful for the opportunity to take part in these farmers markets, and also excited for what these events mean to our community here in Indianapolis,” concludes Burcham. “The farmers market gives us a chance to try out new products, as well as to meet new folks who have never made it down to the store. More than anything, it’s simply a great way to introduce the people of Indianapolis to some new culinary items that we think are simply wonderful.”
Artisano’s Oils & Spices features an array of unique and exotic oils, vinegars, salts, spices, and peppers from around the world. In addition, the store features delicious pasta, bread and other gifts for chefs and food enthusiasts alike. Artisano’s believes that great food doesn’t have to be expensive or made by people who have extensive culinary backgrounds, it just needs the very finest ingredients. The staff at Artisano’s gives you the opportunity to taste before you buy and provides you with knowledge from industry experts and personal chefs to help you make the most of your culinary experience.
The idea for Artisano’s Oils & Spices began with owner David Burcham’s own passion for food and love of travel. His goal is to bring the exotic flavors he has experienced all over the world to his native City of Indianapolis.
For additional information or a sample copy, Contact: David Burcham, (317) 442-2133 or david(at)artisanosoils(dot)com.