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Mesa Farm Market

At Mesa Farm Market, we specialize in farmstead artisan cheese and dairy, meaning the milk used for our cheese and yogurt is the very milk our lady goats produce on our land. Each wheel of Mesa Farm goat’s milk cheese and each cup of yogurt has a sense of place – true Southern Utah terroir in each bite.

While the terroir of the area characterizes our cheese, the mission behind our work characterizes our business. We believe first and foremost in sustainability – sustainable agriculture is agriculture that produces abundant food without harming the environment or depleting resources. At Mesa Farm Market we strive to make our farm and community sustainable.

At our farm you can always find our award-winning goat cheeses, alongside fresh baked bread or world famous cinnamon rolls. During Utah’s peak farm season you can also find fresh salad greens and assorted veggies, as well as our handcrafted pesto. Our goat cheeses can also be found at select retail stores.

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Can Be Found Here:

  • Caputo’s Market and Deli, Salt Lake City
  • The Market Park City
  • Moonflower Coop, Moab

Reviews:

“My husband and I dropped by today after reading reviews about this farm market. We spoke to Randy. Very informative about organic farming. We had his amazing coffee, bold and strong just perfect for us! We bought a loaf of sourdough bread and made sandwiches with it back at our cabin. The bread was delicious. Great experience! We wish you the best in life Randy!” – Mary, Google Review

“The bread and vegetables were always good, and now I hear Randy makes epic cheese. It’s definitely time for me to visit again.- Frank, Facebook Review

“I Found this place by chance when travelling from Bryce to Arches NP. Fantastic black bread, Pesto and Cheese. And very, very friendly people.” Alexander, Google Review

Park City Creamery

Authentic European style cheeses made in Park City with fresh local milk. Enjoy the unique floral and mountain fresh notes found only in cheese made at high altitude.

As women owned and operated, small-batch fromagerie (cheese creamery), we produce 5 world class, award-winning cheeses using Utah cow and goat milk. Try all of our cheeses:  Silver Queen, a goat cheese with vegetable ash; Treasure, a cow’s milk brie-style cheese; Hidden Treasure, a cow’s milk brie-style cheese with truffles; and Mayflower, a fresh goat feta.

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Can Be Found Here:

  • Park City Farmers Market
  • The Market: Park City, Utah
  • Lee’s Market: Heber City, Utah
  • Provisions on Main: Park City, Utah
  • Caputos Deli & Market: Salt Lake City, Utah
  • The Store: Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Moonflower Community Cooperative: Moab, Utah
  • Harmons

Reviews:

As a professional chef for over 35 years I have had the opportunity to use some of the best ingredients that can be bought. I am a big proponent of using local products and Utah has a great selection to choose from. I have dealt with Corinne Before the beginning of the creamery in a very good profession relationship using her cheeses in many different areas in upscale events being loved by our guests. Since she has started the creamery that relationship has continued. She recently sent me home with one of her ready to bake Brie cheeses. All I can say is WOW!!! I have always been a huge fan of her cheese but the baked ones are on a different level. I baked it and served it with some fresh berries some apricot preserves and balsamic reduction. It’s a good thing there were some other people around or I would’ve finished it all myself. Thank you Corinne I’m still one of your biggest fans! – Chef Don, Facebook Review

As I sit down with a glass of Pinot Noir and a perfectly ripe Park City Creamery Treasure Brie, I realize how fortunate we are to have a world class cheese maker right here. All the different cheeses are amazing. – Ole Retlev, Good Review

Wonderful cheese made locally by Corinne with love and dedication. If you’re looking for a relaxing afternoon drive, fresh air and testy treats, I recommend Corinne place. -Marie-Catherine Gru, Google Review