The food on our great-grandchildren’s table should be as good as the food on our great-grandparents’ table.
That’s why Long Table sources ingredients whenever possible from farmers and millers local to Chicago who grow and mill healthy grains with sustainable practices. It reduces the carbon footprint of your breakfast, and it helps preserve local small farms and heritage grains.
When we can’t get something locally (not everything grows in the midwest), we will always source from companies who are squarely and honestly addressing the complex ethical and environmental issues facing the food industry.
We invite you to learn more about the grains and meals we use in our cakes, and about the farmers and millers who grow and grind them.