Heirloom Bloody Butcher Grits are milled from a locally grown red corn that has been cultivated in Virginia since the early 1800’s and milled on stones that were installed in 1840. These grits are specked with red, which were said to resemble a butcher’s apron, and are a truly authentic Virginia tradition. Milled in Nelson County by Woodson's Mill from Non GMO corn grown at Keenbell farm in Hanover County.
Each bag is 1 lb.
About the producers: Wild Altar Farmstead is nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains near the Big Levels Conservation area. Wild Altar emphasizes resilient practices such as no-till gardening, woodland restoration, and water conservation. They use only open-pollinated, non-gmo seed varieties with the intention of bringing uncommon or unexpected foods to your table.