The Market at Park City is more than a grocery store, it’s a venue for dozens of local and regional products — from honey and salsa to baked goods and cake mixes. All you have to do is spend some time perusing the aisles, keeping an eye out for the “Utah’s Own” sticker.

At the storefront, the aroma of fresh-ground coffee greets shoppers.

Originating in Ogden, Daily Rise Coffee is a brand with a mission to “Promote Positive Energy.” The motto comes to life with Trail Mix Coffee, which donates nearly one-third of sales to the Trails Foundation of Northern Utah.

And in the coffee aisle, beans from regional roasters fill the shelves.

Park City Coffee Roaster’s fair-trade and organic beans make up the bulk coffee selections.

Kimball Junction-based Hugo Coffee Roasters source beans ethically and ensure every bag of coffee sold helps support dog rescue.

Pink Elephant Coffee Roasters, out of Murray, believes coffee and public lands are the perfect marriage.

Near the front of the store, you’ll find snacks, gluten-free goods, and baking mixes.

Park City Granola ’s crafty combination of granola and trail mix — a high-protein, low-sugar treat.

In the freezer section, you’ll find gluten-free bread, buns, and treats from Good Grains Gluten-Free Baking based out of Heber.

Kodiak Cakes’ heirloom flapjack mix, frozen waffles, and granola bars.

Lehi Mills relies on 100 years of milling experience for their baking mixes.

Plus, Tree Hugger Granola, Uncle Hoss’s Crisscross Crunch, and jerky from Canyon Meadows Ranch.

Mexican staples pay homage to Utah’s robust Latinx population.

Salsas from Salsa Del Diablo feature Utah-grown veggies combined with unique flavors.

Rico Brand out of Salt Lake sells refrigerated pinto, black, and refried beans alongside corn and flour tortillas and pre-made meals.

Plus, other Utah-made salsas from Salsitas Mendoza and Salsa Queen.

While canning, a skill carried over from the pioneer days, remains.

Tagge’s Famous Fruit & Veggie Farms preserve produce as jam, salsa, and pickles.

Pioneer Valley’s jams and syrups are a symbol of Utah’s pioneer culture.

Deer Valley Signature’s dry goods provide a sampling of Deer Valley’s most popular dishes — including stew and baking mixes.

High-quality olive oil, cheese, and chocolate are perfect for self-indulgence or gifting.

Ioulia Greek Olive Oil brings the ancient olive oil practices of Kalamata, Greece to Park City.

Park City Creamery uses classic European recipes and their Hidden Treasure, a brie-style cheese with truffles, won silver at the Utah Cheese

Ritual Chocolate creates exceptional bean-to-bar chocolate, with a commitment to using the best quality cacao in small batches.

Salt Lake City-based chocolatiers include Leafy Mama Keto, The Chocolate Conspiracy, and V Chocolates.

And, as you might expect from “the beehive state,” local honey is treasured.

Beehive Soap and Body Care makes decadent hygiene products using Utah

Local honey from Cox Honeyland, White Lake Farms, and Hollow Tree Honey.

There’s a space in the back of the store for local bakers to make and sell their goods.

Red Bicycle Breadworks whips up loaves of bread, bake-at-home pizzas, hummus, and hot sauce. Arguably their most-beloved item is an olive oil and salt-basted baguette, better known to locals as “crack bread.”

Auntie Em’s bakery concocts their revered pies and cookies. You’ll find staples like cinnamon sugar snickerdoodles and double chocolate peanut butter cookies to pies with a twist — like Auntie Em’s saucy apple crumble and maple pecan pie made with Alpine Distilling’s bourbon.