The food club has been in Iowa since the 1950s.
It started out as a grocery store, and in the 1950’s it became a restaurant.
But it closed in 1981 and moved to its current location.
Indiana and Iowa share an interesting history.
In the early 1900s, Iowa was the second state to legalize the cultivation of industrial hemp, a plant that’s been used for food and medicine for thousands of years.
But after a wave of protests and boycotts, Iowa passed a law banning the use of hemp in food.
Iowa also has the largest state cannabis cultivation in the country.
In 2017, the Iowa Legislature approved a bill to allow Iowa residents to grow up to two plants of cannabis at home.
Indiana has the most active cannabis legalization campaign in the US.
In 2016, the state voted to legalize medical marijuana, allowing patients to obtain the drug for medical purposes.
The new law also allows for medical marijuana patients to grow their own marijuana.
The Indiana Food Club’s Facebook page describes itself as “Indiana’s oldest and largest food club.”