With a growing family, we’ve found how much nicer it is on the budget to buy items in bulk! If there is an item on my list that our family uses constantly, or at least on a regular basis, I always grab the biggest package.
Sharon’s Country Store is where I buy many of my bulk items. But it’s not limited to just us locals. They have a website where you can order their items as well. And Sharon will do special orders for anyone who needs something they don’t carry. I was able to order several five-gallon food-grade buckets through her which I store my barley, rice, beans, oats, flour, and sugar in. I’ll get to some of my favorites in a moment!
But before I get too far, you need to know that she is offering you readers a discount on their website! However, it is only for the first 25 of you, so you might want to hurry!
At Sharon’s Country Store, they are aware of how concerned people are about the quality of food grown nowadays. This is why you will see they try to buy as much non-GMO and organic foods as possible.
A recently expanded bulk rack has 25-50 pound bags of items all the way from rainbow popcorn and spelt berries to Wheat Montana’s 7-Grain Mix.
For those of you who have family eating gluten-free, they are also expanding their gluten-free corner to include even larger quantities, like 25 pound bags of items such as rice flour, tapioca starch, and sweet sorghum flour.
If you want a taste of wild huckleberries from the West, they have a whole line of huckleberry products from Larchwood Farms with jams, syrups, sauces, teas, coffees, honey, and candies. The best part is that you will find the first ingredient is huckleberries, not sugar. And to sweeten their products, they use sugar cane for sweetener.
And if you’re in the middle of canning and need supplies, she offers items that can be difficult to find elsewhere such as clear jell and dutch jell for starters.