| From corn to tomatoes to melons, Dierbergs is partnering once again with the local farmers we’ve worked with for decades.
It’s a tradition that’s right for the farmer. Right for our customers. And right for Dierbergs – after all, we’re a homegrown company too. It’s a simple idea that we’ve always felt was the right thing to do: Give locally owned family farms a chance to sell their crops locally.
And now we're giving them a chance to tell you a little bit about themselves and their family businesses.
Homegrown then. Homegrown now. Homegrown Proud.
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Sweet Peaches from the Missouri Bootheel's northern edge in Campbell.
Bill Bader talks about how his forty years of experience helps make his peaches some of the best while son Cody talks about working with his family at the farms.Watch Video
Meyer Family Farm
Multi-generation corn growers from Granite City, Illinois.
Bob Meyer and his son Neil talk about what goes into their days as they raise and harvest in-husk corn on their family farm.Watch Video
Ochs Melon Co.
Sweet, seedless watermelons from close to home in Perryville, Missouri.
Mike Ochs talks about the company he's been running for 35 years -- and what makes a great watermelon.Watch Video
Relleke Family Farm
More than a century of corn growing experience in Granite City, Illinois.
John Relleke, who has more than forty years personal experience farming corn, talks about why his corn tastes better than corn shipped from other parts of the country.Watch Video
Forty-five years in the vegetable business in Columbia, Illinois.
Mel Stuckmeyer talks about how the traditions of tomato growing on his farm make his tomatoes great.Watch Video