Stock Up: 3 food and drink picks for Atlanta shoppers

From locally made sweet bread to a tasty French rose, here is what we’re filling our shopping cart with this week.

Harvest, a "farm-to-everything" online marketplace

If eco-friendly, handmade, organic and fair trade are at the core of your shopping decisions, check out Harvest, a new online marketplace that sells “farm-to-everything” products. Among the edibles stocked by Atlanta-based company Farm Star Living you’ll find organic cold-pressed juices, gift baking mixes, and even bacon and grassfed beef from White Oak Pastures in Bluffton, Ga. Prices vary,

Beat the heat with a bottle of rose.

Mas de Boislauzon La Chaussynette Rose 2015

There’s nothing wrong with drinking pink, and we’ve found just the bottle for chilling out in this scorching hot weather. A blend of grenache and syrah, Mas de Boislauzon La Chaussynette Rose is a certified biodynamic rose that hails from the Cotes du Rhone. Between its vibrant hue and bright notes of berries balanced with citrus-y zing, this uncomplicated table wine makes for easy summer drinking - and it won’t break the bank. $14.99 PH Wine Merchant, 200 Peachtree Hills Ave., Atlanta. 404-949-0702,

Fat Lady Baker Pumpkin Bread

We love sinking our teeth into a slice of sweet quick bread, but in the height of summer, turning on the oven isn’t very appealing. Leave that job to the Fat Lady Baker. The scratch pumpkin bread coming out of owner-baker Nancy McKinney’s Marietta shop is super moist, nicely spiced and full of pumpkin flavor. Find it at the Fat Lady Baker store in Marietta as well as the Acworth, Brookhaven, Marietta Square, Sweet Apple and Woodstock farmers markets. $6 per loaf. 2995 Johnson Ferry Road, Marietta. 770-587-3005,

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About the Author

Ligaya Figueras
Ligaya Figueras
Ligaya Figueras joined the AJC as its food and dining editor in 2015.