About Utah's Own
Utah’s Own helps you find quality products, protect the environment, and strengthen Utah’s economy.
Find Quality Products:
- Browse our listing to find local Farms & Ranches, Food & Beverages, Dining Locations, Farmers Markets, Local Retailers, and Agriculture Goods & Services.
- Look for the Utah’s Own Brand, or other local-to-Utah brands, wherever you dine or shop. Be proactive and ask the owner where and how you can find their local products.
- Trust in the brand to deliver quality taste and flavor – from the farm to table, you can be assured that Utah’s Own farms, food products, and restaurants to outshine their national competitors.
- Enjoy excellent craftsmanship and service – Utah’s Own agricultural products, varying from landscaping supplies to skin care to natural art -- offer a uniqueness and excellence that is rare among generic brands.
Protect the Environment:
- Reduce your carbon footprint: Choose to eat seasonally, use reusable bags when your shop and take advantage of public transportation when possible.
- Support local agriculture: visit a farmers market regularly, sign up for a Community Supported Agriculture share, or join a community or school garden. Your support will help preserve open space and valuable agriculture lands.
- Talk with a Grower: Ask how he/she is preserving Utah lands, wildlife and natural resources. Healthy agriculture can also mean healthy lands.
Strengthen Utah’s Economy:
- Invest in Your Community: local businesses are owned by the people who live and love Utah – they are your neighbors, friends and family. Ensure a better future for them and for your community by investing in local products and businesses.
- Create More Jobs: as you buy local products, you help a small business expand and hire more people. A study conducted by Utah’s Own showed that expanding local food businesses average about 4-new-hires per year.
- Vote with Your Dollar: a dollar spent on a Utah product, can produce $2 to $6 of additional economic activity within the local economy. As consumers make their decision in the local grocery store or local restaurant, they are voting with their dollar, if a local company stays in business or goes out of business. ~ Steve Dejohn, Lehi Roller Mills