We're Adam and Andrew Erace. >> We're brothers who love our city and love to eat. (So much so Food Network gave us a show last year.) Our family has lived in South Philly for four generations, and in 2009, we saw a need in the neighborhood for a market specializing in local, organic and gourmet foods. So we opened the first Green Aisle Grocery in a tiny storefront on East Passyunk Avenue, the oldest traditionally Italian-American retail corridor in the county. Back in high school we used to shop the Avenue, as locals call it, for metallic denim and club mix CDs. Now, we're here selling raw milk, grass-fed beef, fancy bitters, exotic spices, cookbooks and chocolates alongside our house-made line of preserves, pickles, nut butters and teas. Outside our South Philly flagship, you can find us in Graduate Hospital and Fishtown, at several area farmers' markets, and at our new trading post at Arterial Agents cafe in Center City. Our goal is to connect people with really great foods and products -- things that benefit our planet, support the local and small business economies, and most importantly, taste delicious. >> Have a question? Get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.