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Farmer’s Daughter flourishes in Kahlotus

Updated: Aug 17, 2022

Jun 16, 2022

By: Kelley Grene

Founded in 2012, the Farmers Daughter, owned by Candi Crouch and her mom, Ann Moore, started with an idea. They first offered a few premade items, sandwiches and wraps, and a few convenience supplies to buy. As enthusiasm for the business grew, people made requests for other items, and the business evolved into the flourishing café it is today. Items for sale at the café include espresso, lunch items like Chicken Caesar Salad, Panini Sandwiches, Popcorn Chicken and Burgers. Iced tea is popular here during summer.

Crouch was raised in Kahlotus, like her mother before her. At the time they decided to buy the building, located at 104 E. Weston Street in Kahlotus, they knew they wanted to give back to the community they loved.

When asked what her busiest day at the café was, she quickly said Monday and summer tends to be very busy.

Store hours currently are Monday -Fri 11-4 (but sometimes she stays open later depending on the demand) The store is closed on weekends with the exception of Kahlotus Days. The Farmers Daughter currently has a 4.7 star rating on Yelp.

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