|Central Illinois Spice Co. /
Spice of Life
|Central Illinois Bakehouse|
|Central Illinois Freight Farm|
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CENTRAL ILLINOIS PRODUCE is one of Illinois' largest wholesale produce distributors south of Chicago!
We distribute bulk and processed fruits and vegetables, specialty produce items, fresh herbs, salads and soups along with a complete line of dairy products. Whenever possible we purchase locally grown produce from right here in the Midwest!
See our COVID-19 response.
We also offer an array of non-produce items from companies throughout the state of Illinois. More information is available under the Products List page.
Coming late spring 2020 Central Illinois Produce, in partnership with Creation Gardens and the What Chefs Want program, will begin offering the many new items you see on the online ordering sign in page. More details are to follow. If you aren't directed to the online ordering sign in page automatically, please clear your browser cache and click on the Online Ordering link to the left.
We invite you to look around our web site and learn more about our companies and how we can be of service to you!
|Central Illinois Produce is proud to be a member of|
|Produce Alliance is a GPO Alliance made up of the best distributors utilizing fifty-plus distribution centers around the country including Hawaii, Canada, and The Bahamas that service the foodservice industry. PA has an annual combined sales in the billions of dollars and we are aligned with the top grower/shippers around the world.|
Founded in 2008, College Chefs provides food service for Fraternities, Sororities, and Student Housing Facilities across the United States. Working with College Chefs since their inception, we are proud to provide them with fresh produce and spices for their operations at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign campus and many other university communities across the Midwest. Learn more about this organization by visiting www.collegechefs.com.
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