The Indiana Grown program is a cooperative effort among producers, processors, wholesalers, retailers and the Indiana State Department of Agriculture (ISDA) to brand and promote Indiana produce and production. The goal is for consumers to easily identify, find and buy Indiana grown products
- Membership into the Indiana Grown program is via an application to and acceptance by the Indiana State Department of Agriculture. All farm producers, specialty food producers, and others engaged in the production of agricultural products in Indiana are eligible to apply.
- Fees due for application process: $100 for first time applicant, $50.00 for renewal
- Terms: The Indiana Grown logo shall only be used on products identified in an application which is kept on file with ISDA. Use of the logo is for one year and then a renewal application must be made. Only first-quality products, grown in Indiana, that meet the U.S. #1 Quality Grade Standard, or higher U.S. Grade Standards, whichever is the accepted USDA industry grade standard for that commodity will be accepted.
- Program Categories
- Produce, Field Crops, Forestry
- Dairy (BOAH permits must be submitted to ISDA)
- Eggs (must submit egg permit license from Purdue University, Indiana Egg Board)
- Livestock & Livestock Products (Processed Meat & Poultry Products, Beef Cattle)
- Fish & Seafood
- Ornamental Horticulture (Greenhouse Nursery, Floriculture & Turf Grass)
- This program encompasses everything from a big farming operation to a small roadside stand
Indiana Grown application
List of Indiana Grown Producers
Map of Indiana Grown Producers - Click on green flags to view more information.View Larger Map