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  • Bolivar, Ohio is a not-so-sleepy village strategically placed at the northern tip of Tuscarawas County, and its slogan, “Gateway to Tuscarawas County” harkens back to canal era days.

    Located along the mighty Tuscarawas River just off Interstate 77 at State Route 212 in Lawrence Twp., the village offers all the amenities of today within a small-town, historic setting.

    Nature lovers will enjoy the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath, and history buffs are welcome to visit the only revolutionary war fort in Ohio – Fort Laurens. Be sure to include Canal Street as a stop during your visit, where a multitude of quaint old buildings have been refurbished –  featuring shops and agencies, a diner, bank, village services and more.

  • Nestled on the banks of the Tuscarawas River, is the charming Village of Navarre. It is delightfully reminiscent of long ago. It was in southeastern Bethlehem Township where a missionary, Revered Christian Frederick Post, built the first dwelling, a log cabin within the present boundaries of Ohio in 1761.  Originally, Navarre was three separate villages, each having their own square. It was an amalgamation of the three hamlets: Bethlehem, Rochester, and Navarre. The eastern section, Bethlehem, was the oldest, laid out in 1806 by Jonathan Condy, Rochester to the west was next, established in 1833 by Nathan McGrew. Navarre forming the center, came last in 1834.  It was founded by James Duncan. A financial depression resulted in fierce competition between the three villages and caused a rivalry which was intense and bitter. In 1872, the wise businessmen of the community decided to incorporate the villages and name it Navarre.

    The 1830's brought the Ohio & Erie Canal. The canal was in continuous operation through Navarre until the flood of 1913. Visitors are encouraged to take a trip along this historic pathway which follows the Tuscarawas River through the village and township.  The Ohio & Erie Canal once had a great impact on the shops and businesses in the small village of Navarre. Now, the canal is creating a new excitement and potential for a much different impact with the Ohio & Erie Canal Heritage Corridor from Cleveland to New Philadelphia.  The greatest charm of the village, for many people lies in its broad tree-lined streets and quaint homes and buildings relating to the historical past of the village. Navarre is the perfect blend of the past with the present and promises you a nostalgic visit any time of the year.  Come visit historic Navarre and Bethlehem Township. 

  • The plains were avoided by the earliest settlers who were accustomed to judging the fertility of soil by the density of its timber. They chose to locate among the distant hills rather than try to farm the scrubby plains. Time proved they were mistaken. Strasburg was settled in the plain a mile north of Sugar Creek much later than outlying parts of the township. It is impossible to state with certainty who was the first settler.

  • Walnut Creek Foods Distribution serves over 2,000 stores who feature Walnut Creek Foods products on their shelves, and offers upwards of 3,000 items. We deliver to over a dozen states, with Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania making up the core of our customer base. Based from our Distribution Center, located just outside Walnut Creek, Ohio, this division serves four key functions: Purchasing and Products, Customer Service, Sales and Warehouse.

    The Purchasing and Products team decide what items we carry, including the vendors that we partner with, as well as how we will price those items. They are constantly evaluating consumer behavior, and adjust our product offering to meet the needs of our customers.

    The Customer Service team processes orders and other requests from our growing customer base. They work closely with the sales team to make sure our customers are treated the way we’d want to be treated.

    Our Sales team is scattered throughout our distribution area, and live in close proximity to the market they serve. They help service our existing customer base and recruit new customers. They are a group of experienced, and highly passionate individuals that want to see their customers succeed in the marketplace.

    The Warehouse team collects the products our customers have ordered, stacks them neatly and efficiently on a pallet, and loads them for delivery. While our customers may not ever meet this group of individuals, they are an incredibly efficient and an important piece to helping us provide quality foods that promote good stewardship and loyalty.

Now serving Hot Dogs & Sausages in Canton, Ohio!

We are excited to have successfully completed the City of Canton Itinerant vendor permit requirements to locate within downtown Canton, Ohio! If you'd like to have us provide a public food service lunch promotion from your business location, we'd love to hear from you! All we need is the business property owner's permission form signed for the city of Canton, Ohio.

Our special exotic meat gourmet sausage hot dogs presently include reindeer/caribou and bison bratwurst for $10!

All beef hot dogs $3

Sugardale hot dogs made in Canton, Ohio $2

Seasonal hot beverages include spiced apple cider and hot chocolate $2

Credit & debit cards are accepted!

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