Cache Valley Food Tour


Dates Location Hours Days
Jan 02 - Dec 31Crumb Brothers Artisan Bread 9:30 AM
Monday - Thursday
Jan 02 - Dec 31Caffe Ibis Roasting House 11:00 AM
1st Thursday each month
Jan 02 - Dec 31Spirit Goat 11:00 AM
Fridays Only
Jan 02 - Dec 31Caffe Ibis Restaurant 3:00 PM
Monday - Friday
Jan 02 - Dec 31Beehive Grill 5:00 PM
May 01 - Oct 31* Mt. Naomi Farms 7:30 AM- 12:00 PM
Monday - Saturday
May 01 - Oct 31* Weeks Berries of Paradise 10:00 AM- 3:00 PM
By Appointment
May 01 - Oct 31* Cox Honeyland and Gifts 11:30 AM
Daily (repeats at 3 p.m.)
May 25 - Oct 15* Rockhill Creamery 10:00 AM- 2:00 PM
Saturdays Only
Jun 01 - Sep 30* Bluebird Candy Company 11:00 AM
Monday - Wednesday
Jun 01 - Aug 15* Aggie Ice Cream and True Blue Cheese 1:30 PM
Monday - Thursday
* indicates tours are partial year tours

Food Tour Details


Crumb Brothers Artisan Bread

291 South 300 West, Logan
(435) 792-6063
Daily Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-2 p.m. and Sat. 8 a.m.-2 p.m.

Tour: Jan 02 - Dec 31 : Monday - Thursday
9:30 AM

Description: Join us for a tour of our innovative bakery to learn how simple ingredients and handcrafted precision combine to create delicious European pastries and Old World artisan breads.

Crumb Brothers Artisan Bread is locally owned and operated and produces fine bread and pastries utilizing time-honored methods. Natural starters, organic flours, and the use of a hearth oven create breads with hearty crusts and tender interiors. Fresh local ingredients are hand-formed into a delectable variety of European-style pastries including flaky


Bluebird Candy Company

75 West Center, Logan
(435) 753-3670
Daily Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Tour: Jun 01 - Sep 30 : Monday - Wednesday
11:00 AM

Description: This behind-the-scenes tour varies according to production demands. Depending on the day, you’ll see employees mixing copper kettles full of candy, rolling out candy centers, or dipping chocolates. Space is limited.

The Bluebird Candy Company has been whipping up delightful confections since 1914. Each of their dozens of mouthwatering chocolates is made from scratch and hand dipped with care in historic downtown Logan. Local favorites include O’Aggie bars (named after Utah State University’s mascot)—milk chocolate wrapped around caramel and brazil nuts, and their Victorias—dark or milk chocolate with a rum-flavored center packed with chopped pecans.


Caffe Ibis Restaurant

52 Federal Ave, Logan
(435) 753-4777
Daily Hours: Daily 8 a.m.-6 p.m.

Tour: Jan 02 - Dec 31 : Monday - Friday
3:00 PM

Description: Learn about the cultivation of coffee—how it’s grown, harvested, stored, and roasted to ensure the ideal cup. Enjoy a sample of our daily brew.

Caffe Ibis is a 35-year-old award-winning green business and custom roasting house with a focus on Triple Certified, Organic, Fair Trade, and Smithsonian Shade Grown Bird-Friendly coffees from around the world. Their hand-selected coffees present the finest possible cup quality and the best possible scenario for a socially and environmentally sustainable future. This award winning gallery and café has been recognized in The New Yorker, Newsweek, and Organic Style magazines.

Caffe Ibis Roasting House

710 West 200 North, Logan
(435) 750-0193
Daily Hours:

Tour: Jan 02 - Dec 31 : 1st Thursday each month
11:00 AM

Description: Roasting demonstrations will be held at our coffee roasting house the 1st Thurday of each month at 11 a.m. Groups of four to ten can schedule roasting house tours on other Thursdays with 24 hours advance notice.

Caffe Ibis is a 35-year-old award-winning green business and custom roasting house with a focus on Triple Certified, Organic, Fair Trade, and Smithsonian Shade Grown Bird-Friendly coffees from around the world. Their hand-selected coffees present the finest possible cup quality and the best possible scenario for a socially and environmentally sustainable future. This award winning gallery and café has been recognized in The New Yorker, Newsweek, and Organic Style magazines.

Dairy Products

Beehive Grill

255 South Main, Logan
(435) 753-2600
Daily Hours: Daily 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Tour: Jan 02 - Dec 31 : Wednesdays
5:00 PM

Description: Experience the art of making creamy gelato. This Italian ice cream, made on the premises, comes in many flavors and is guaranteed to melt in your mouth.

Aggie Ice Cream and True Blue Cheese

750 North 1200 East, Logan
(435) 797-2109
Daily Hours: May-Sept: Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.-10 p.m. (Oct.-Apr. same open, close 9 p.m.)

Tour: Jun 01 - Aug 15 : Monday - Thursday
1:30 PM

Description: True Blue Aggie Cheese Tour -- View an 8-10 minute DVD on Aggie Cheese production and then sample a few cheese varieties. Lasts about 15 minutes.

Occasional ice cream factory tours during the summer. Call for details.

Utah State University has been perfecting the art of making dairy products since the agricultural college was founded in 1888. Tempt your taste buds with 30 flavors of ice cream. Hand-crafted cheeses reflect local heritage and scenic beauty with varieties like Old Juniper Aged Cheddar, Old Ephraim Smoky Swiss, Aggiano Aged Parmesan, and Crimson Trail Jalapeno Cheddar

Rockhill Creamery

563 South State Street, Richmond

Daily Hours: Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. late May to mid-October

Tour: May 25 - Oct 15 : Saturdays Only
10:00 AM- 2:00 PM

Description: Self-Guided Tour -- Sample and purchase farmstead cheese as well as fresh produce, crafts, and other items offered at Richmond’s Harvest Market at Rockhill. The historic farm makes for a wonderful backdrop to this small community market. Look around the impressive old granary and learn about the craft of cheesemaking, say hello to the farm’s six Brown Swiss cows, and then take a walk over to the newly completed “cave” where wheels of cheese age to perfection. Group and special tours may be arranged by emailing

Fruit and U-Pick

Mt. Naomi Farms

1285 East 4500 North, Hyde Park
(435) 232-4525
Daily Hours: Mon.-Sat. 7:30 a.m.-Noon, May-Oct.

Tour: May 01 - Oct 31 : Monday - Saturday
7:30 AM- 12:00 PM

Description: Pick your own delicious, vine-ripened strawberries, blackberries, and grapes. We’re third-generation farmers and we know berries are best when Mother Nature says so.

We’re open when the fruit is at its finest so we strongly suggest you call ahead to see what's ripe.

Weeks Berries of Paradise

8560 South 800 East, Paradise
(435) 245-3377
Daily Hours: Hours by appointment

Tour: May 01 - Oct 31 : By Appointment
10:00 AM- 3:00 PM

Description: U-Pick is available when berries are in season. The Weeks family has been growing outstanding raspberries, strawberries, and blackberries for more than 30 years. They’re the largest raspberry farm in Utah, the largest black currant grower in the western United States, and have also begun growing blueberries. The berry harvest goes from June through October. Weeks’ juices, syrups, and jams are made fresh, just yards away from their berry patches.

By Appointment Only


Cox Honeyland and Gifts

1780 South U.S. Hwy. 89-91, Logan
(435) 752-3234
Daily Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Tour: May 01 - Oct 31 : Daily (repeats at 3 p.m.)
11:30 AM

Description: Find out about our bees and how we gather honey and create our delicious honey products. You’ll see bee equipment, including a smoker, hive tool, and bee box, as well as the queen bee with her egg cells and bees making honey. We’ll show you how we fill jars of honey right out of our giant tank and let you taste some too.

This tour is repeated at 3 p.m.

The Cox family has been gathering honey and creating gourmet honey products for four generations. You’ll discover why Utah is known as the Beehive State and have a chance to see the busy bees at work in a glass observation hive. The gift shop features gourmet honey products, fudge, Utah gifts, and other unique gift items

Smells Good Enough to Eat

Spirit Goat

28 Federal Ave, Logan
(435) 512-9040
Daily Hours: Tues.-Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Tour: Jan 02 - Dec 31 : Fridays Only
11:00 AM

Description: Stop in and learn about the soap making process, smell the various flavors, and learn more about our business.

The Spirit Goat, established in 2002, is a family owned, local business that specializes in goat’s milk soaps, lotions, and many other skin-friendly products. Our store is also our “kitchen” where we formulate and create all of our products. We have over 80 varieties of soap and sell worldwide to other retail outlets. We are keeping the tradition of soap making alive in Cache Valley.

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The following food related businesses do not offer tours at this time, but their unique products and/or great prices make them well worth a visit.

Slide Ridge Honey

474 East 250 South, Mendon
(435) 752-4956
Daily Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Call First

Description: We don't currently offer a tour, but fill your own containers at our honey house. Bring clean buckets, mason jars, or barrels. From Logan, take 200 North to 1900 West, turn left. Then turn right at 600 South (at the T), turn left on 5400 West, go to 1600 South, turn right, cross the tracks, and it’s the first building on the left. Look for the sign that says local honey.

Slide Ridge Honey is a family-owned business and our high altitude gourmet honey is produced by our own honeybees in Northern Utah. The amazing variety of texture, color, low moisture, and delightful flavors found in our honey are obtained by the altitude, flora, healthy bees, and mother nature. We also make wine and vinegar from our delicious raw honey. For more info visit

Alvey's Candies

1300 North Main, North Logan
(435) 753-8888
Daily Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sun. Noon-5 p.m.

Alvey’s Candies creates a delicious assortment of chocolates and candies and is located in the Cache Valley Mall. If you’re interested in seconds, you can buy them at the factory in Richmond where they’ve been making their chocolates since 1980: 63 East 300 South in Richmond, Mon.

Charlie's Supreme Ice Cream

1269 North Main, Logan
(435) 753-4355
Daily Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m.; Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-midnight

Hand-dipped locally made ice cream and malts.

Central Milling Company

122 East Center Street, Logan
(435) 752-6625
Daily Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Central Milling has been milling flour in Logan for more than a century. Pick up a bag of all purpose, whole wheat, or baker’s special flour, or try their organic unbleached and wheat bran flours. Other varieties upon request. Pancake and waffle mix and hot cereals too.

Gossner Foods, Inc.

1000 West 1000 North, Logan
(435) 752-9365
Daily Hours: Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

Gossner Foods features a variety of cheeses at discount prices, as well as shelf-stable milk, whipping cream, cheese curd, and ice cream. They are one of the country’s leading producers of Swiss cheese. No public tours, but a large observation window allows you to watch the cheese being made.

Heart to Heart Foods, Inc.

142 West 3200 North, Logan
(435) 753-9602
Daily Hours: May-August Mon.-Fri. Noon-5 p.m.; Call first during winter months

Heart to Heart specializes in Premium brand ice cream bars on a stick and ice cream.

Lower Foods

700 South US Hwy 91, Richmond
(435) 258-3755
Daily Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Stop by for discounted sliced sandwich meats including French dip, prime rib, barbecue beef, pastrami, corned beef, turkey, and beef jerky. Their products are packaged under different brand names and sold in grocery stores across the country.

Pepperidge Farm

901 North 200 West, Richmond
(435) 258-2491, Ext. 2
Daily Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.; Fri. 6:30 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

You can purchase factory-fresh Pepperidge Farm products (a large variety of cookies and crackers) at discount prices.