December 20, 2012 Road Trip: Made in Ohio
Orlando Baking Company has been a staple in Cleveland for more than 100 years, offering some 250 different types of rolls and breads. For more information and a listing of stores selling Orlando products visit www.orlandobaking.com
Did you know Coca-Cola is bottled right here in Northeast Ohio? You can learn more online at www.clevelandcoke.com
She makes the best sweet potato pie around. You can find Aunt Oddie’s pies in several local stores or purchase one online at www.auntoddies.com or by calling 216.761.4765.
Since 1993, Solstice Roasters have been creating some of the best coffee around. It’s so good – you’ll find it in dozens of Cleveland restaurants (just ask your server!). For more information visit www.solsticedistributors.com or call 216.241.3654.
Fowler’s Milling Company sits in an historic area in Geauga County (where it has been for 175 years!). From pancake mixes to flour, you can find Fowler’s products at the mill, at select farmer’s markets as well as at a few local farms. For more information visit wwwfowlermill.com or call 1.800.321.2024.
It’s called urban cheese – cheese made in Cleveland. The place is Lake Erie Creamery, which turns fresh cheese made from goat’s milk every Wednesday. www.lakeeriecreamery.com
Made in Ohio:
Orlando Baking Company
7777 Grand Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44104
Aunt Oddie’s Sweet Potato Pies
2333 Saint Clair Ave NE
Cleveland, OH, 44114
Fowler’s Milling Company
12500 Fowlers Mill Road
Chardon, Ohio 44024
Lake Erie Creamery
3167 Fulton Road, Suite 109
Cleveland, Ohio 44109