The Oxford Falls brand was the brainchild of Kathy Mosier. Just by listening to her customers in the restaurant she and her husband, Jim owned, she was convinced that their customers wanted to bring a little "District Cafe" home with them. Starting out with a few salad dressings offered by their restaurant, the business grew to include a variety of products and is now available in 37 states.

We at District 11 - Oxford Falls appreciate your trust. We do not take your patronage lightly. That is why we put the finest, freshest ingredients into our products; never cutting corners or skimping on taste or quality. Just ask our vendors; we are very picky! We take our time. Preparing our products in small batches, we protect their integrity, flavor profiles, texture, and wholesomeness. We strive to make all our recipes without the use of preservatives, or in the case of mayonnaise-based products, use them sparingly as a last resort to preserve taste and shelf life.

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Jim Mosier, Kathy's husband died unexpectedly on March 24, 2012. He was only 52 years old. He and Kathy were married for 27 years. Most all who met Jim will never be able to forget him. His heart was even larger than he was at 6'11"! He could never leave an animal hurting or hungry. He never wanted to see a child cry. Also, he had a divinely WICKED sense of humor that always made this girl smile. We really miss you, Jim. Hope that I make you proud.

To Jim, PS -- I'm re-naming your stuffed groundhog, "Oktibbeha Jim" in your honor! He's going to be the new mascot for District 11.

 - Tracie S. Henson | D11 Starkville Native, Actual Red-Head, Head Weirdo & Friend