Feed Your Soul (And Your Belly) With The Eat Local Challenge!

13686604_277028965998856_8017141662688107738_nI can not believe it has already been a year since the last eat local challenge! This year is shaping up to be pretty incredible, and if you have never signed up, you won’t want to miss your chance (Go now! https://eatlocalogden.com). This event only happens once a year, and I guarantee you will love every bite of it.

So how does it work?

When you sign up for the Eat Local Challenge, you get four boxes, one box a week for a whole month. Each box is filled with fresh local veggies from local farmers, coffee, honey, milk, grass fed meat and many more goodies all from right here in town.  There are also several different options to sign up for- Vegan ($110), Dairy free ($125) and the full subscription ($150). You pick up your subscription package in downtown Ogden, once a week for four weeks. Pick up time and location will be emailed to registered participants.


FULL SUBSCRIPTION: This box has got it all! Enjoy a weekly box of fresh produce, local artisan cheese, verified natural grass fed beef, honey and more.

DAIRY FREE: Not keen on dairy? We’ve got you covered! Your weekly box includes all of the full subscription products except milk and cheese.

VEGETARIAN/VEGAN: Your weekly box is double the fresh produce! A few of the “beefier” items are missing but you’re sure to be satisfied with the abundance of farm fresh food.

Want to see what an Eat Local Challenge box contains?


Check out some of my past posts where I share my boxes and recipes using my bounty.


Peek Inside a box- HERE and HERE

Ready to take the Eat Local Challenge? Sign up HERE!!  and use the code Indie17 for $10 off! 

Be sure to follow at facebook.com/eatlocalogden and stay tuned for my local recipes!



Mikaela is a transplant from Portland, fell in love with Ogden her first day in town and created Indie Ogden the next week. She enjoys outdoor adventures with her 2 kiddos and making a mess crafting. You can find her at a local cafe or cycling around town with her family.