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Arlotta Food Studio (Long Island & Briarcliff Manor NY) Olive oils, tapenades and vinegars
Infused organic, cold-pressed olive oils (rosemary, blood-orange, lemon, basil) made with olives from California’s San Joaquin Valley, tapenades and vinegars.
Soon: Fresh pasta made with local eggs and flour.
Berry Brook Farm (Catskills NY) Vegetables, herbs, cut flowers
Patrick Hennebery and Eleanor Blakeslee grow vegetables, herbs, and cut flowers certified by NOFA-NY Certified Organic, LLC in the heart of the Catksills. “We strive to improve our soils through responsible organic practices and we believe in complete farm transparency.”
Big Bang Coffee Roasters (Westchester County NY) Fair trade and organic coffee
Elina Dart started as a barista, waxing poetic over nuances between coffee beans. This led her to a coffee “farm” in Kona, Hawaii – but not before first getting a degree in economics. Upon returning to the mainland, she bought her own roaster and set up shop. She sources only fair trade and organic coffee beans which she roasts right here in Westchester “to the sweet spot that highlights the nuances of each region without getting overly smoky or bitter.”
Consider Bardwell Cheese (Pawlet Vermont) Cheese
Consider Bardwell Farm was the first cheese-making co-op in Vermont, founded in 1864 by Consider Stebbins Bardwell himself. A century later, Angela Miller, Russell Glover, and Chris Gray are revitalizing the tradition with goat milk from their herd of Oberhaslis and cow milk from two neighboring farm partners. Their cheeses are made by hand in small batches from whole, fresh milk that is antibiotic and hormone free. Only microbial (non-animal) rennet is used in their cheese making. All of their cheeses are aged on the farm in our extensive system of caves.
Crown Maple Organic Syrup (Madava Farms, Dover Plains NY) Maple syrup
The Taconic Hardwood Forest, a unique terroir that extends from the New York Eastern Mid-Hudson Valley to Central Western Vermont. Is where the trees are tapped for thia syrup which is lauded for its distinctive taste and versatility. All of the Crown Maple products are certified organic. From bark to bottle, Crown Maple is sustainably produced on 800 acres of pristine land and truly sets the standard for excellence in maple production and flavor.
Dirty Girl Farm Goat Dairy & Micro-Creamery (Andes NY) Goat cheese and milk
Soft-ripened goat cheese and pasteurized goat’s milk – the smallest goat farm in Delaware County.
DoughNation Pizza Truck (Dobbs Ferry NY) Pizza
Chef David DiBari’s roving wood-fire pizza oven on wheels pulls into the market every Sunday and spits out gorgeous, thin and crackling- crust pizzas topped with market ingredients that are local and seasonal.
Drink More Good (Beacon NY) Hand-crafted sodas
More Good uses locally-sourced and organic ingredients to create hand-crafted soda syrup concentrates (cassia, lemon verbena with hyssop, and ginger ale, tea and tisane concentrates, and bitters.
(Available at the Big Bang Coffee Roasters tent)
edenesque (Goldens Bridge NY) Flavored almond milks
Artisanal, preservative-free, organic, super-food rich, nutrient dense cold-pressed artisanal Almond Milk, in several flavors.
Gaia’s Breath Farm (Adirondacks NY) Produce and pastured meats
A Demeter-certified bio-dynamic farm nestled between the Catskill and Adirondacks mountain ranges. Mixing new technology with old foundational methodologies, this 206-acre farm raises pastured-pork, humanely-raised mother’s milk and pasture-fed veal, chickens, eggs, charcuterie products (veal and pork meatballs, gourmet sausages) and farms organic produce, heirloom tomatoes.
Happy Belly Baby (Mamaroneck NY) Baby food purees
Saskia Sorrosa’s baby food purees, made with only fresh, locally-grown organic ingredients, is SO good that people without babies buy them to jazz up their sandwiches or cold roasted meats or fish. A celebration of the earth in every jar!
Jnana Organics (Mt. Kisco, NY) Nut Milks & Juices
Purveyor of almond milks and green juices as well as carrot beet juice and lemon gingerade — they offer gluten-free, vegan, raw breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks. Juices are fresh-pressed, organic, unpasteurized, and made to order to ensure freshness.
Our various raw, vegan, organic, hand-prepared and packaged salads, soups and meals. are all made in a mindful setting with love and positive intentions into every product. which sets Jnana Organics apart from all the others!
Joe Tomato Mozzarella (White Plains NY) Mozzarella cheese
Argentine-Italian Joe makes his mozzarella fresh just hours before market so it’s still tepid to the touch when you take it home. Moist and only lightly salted, it’s like no mozzarella you’ve ever tasted.
Kontoulis Family Groves (Larchmont, NY) Olive oil
Demetra Kontoulis Bouras has always wanted to turn her family grove of Koroneiki trees in her native Messinia, Greece into nectar in a bottle. A few years ago, she pursued that dream and never looked back. Every year she harvests and crushes her olives in Greece and then ships the oil to New York where she bottles it in Larchmont. She also uses the olives to make tapenade and soap. This is a precious rich and fruity oil, to be used for salad dressing or drizzling – not for cooking.
Larchmont Charcuterie (Larchmont NY) Sausage, duck, beef, and pate
House-cured saucisson sec, smoked duck breast, beef bresaole and pate de campagne. So French!
Luxx Chocolat (Little Ferry NJ) Artisanal chocolates
Award-winning, small-batch artisanal chocolates. As artistic as they are delicious.
John D. Madura Farms (Warwick NY) Mushrooms and vegetables
Culinary mushrooms (shiitake, oyster, maitake), sprouts and lots of interesting produce and tubers (purple cauliflower, Jerusalem artichokes). Madura Farm uses organic practices but is not certified organic.
Penny Lick Ice Cream (Westchester County NY) Ice cream
Custard-style ice cream sold in pints and push-pops; ice cream sandwiches, fudgsicles & sauce jars. Pastry Chef Ellen Sledge, an alum of the French Culinary Institute, and a former pastry chef at River Cafe, uses seasonal, local fruit and local ingredients whenever possible. Her ice cream contains no fillers or stabilizers, just cream, whole milk, eggs and sugar.
Pura Vida Fishery (Hampton Bays NY) Seafood
Capt. Rick Lofstadt catches all his fish in the Hampton Bays of Long Island. Famous for his buttery extra large scallops, he also sells oysters and mussels in addition to lemon sole, porgy, striped bass, cod and hake.
Rich Brownies (Briarcliff Manor NY) Endless varieties of brownies
Former TV news producer Betsy Rich starting baking brownies for fun when she left the news business and her friends convinced her to take them retail. As a baker, she is as creative as she is prolific. We can’t even keep track of how many different flavors she has… but you can be sure there is one that’s just right for you!
Running Wolf Farm (Red Hook NY) Flowers and micro-greens
This small upstart farm in Red Hook will be bringing fresh-cut flowers and micro-greens all grown organically, though not certified.
Southtown Farms (Mahwah NJ) Poultry, pork, beef
Southtown Farms is a first-generation family-owned and operated farm specializing in pastured poultry products as well as pastured pork. They believe in and practice sustainable agriculture. This year, they began a partnership with Buck Run Farm in Pennsylvania, specializing in grass-fed and finished angus beef.
Sohha Savory Yogurt (New York NY) Yogurt
Voted “BEST” Yogurt in New York City by New York Magazine this yogurt lives up to its hype. John and Angela Fout have discovered the secret to making yogurt addictive and healthy which is why shoppers seek them out fervently each week. Sohha means health and Sohha Yogurt was founded on the belief that “we should feed our children wholesome food with no added sugar, preservatives, or gelatins.” Both their Tangy and Regular yogurts are available in small and large (slightly more economical) tubs. They also sell their popular zaatar for mixing into their yogurt.
Sweet Tree Farm (Carlisle NY) Grass-fed beef
A 200-acre family farm that raises its animals naturally and stress-free and without growth hormones or routine use of antibiotics. Their beef is 100% grass-fed and finished, with no grain and no confinement, ever. Sold by FarmEats.
True Food (Nyack NY) Sandwiches, salads, burritos, wraps
At her popular Nyack cafe, Pam Shultz prepares seasonal salads, burritos, wraps and soups – all made with local and organic ingredients
Teagevity (Nyack NY) Teas
Purveyors of certified organic loose teas, herbs, ice tea and tea gear.
Wildseed Apothecary (Rosendale NY) Herbal medicines, supplements and skincare
Erin Domagal grows most of the plants, herbs and flowers she uses for her small herbal medicine/supplement company. Her products include tinctures, herbal vinegars, syrups and teas, as well as skin care products.
Wright’s Apple Farm (Gardiner NY) Jams, jellies, pickles, applesauce
Wright’s Farm has been run by five generations of the same family. The 453-acre spread produces 100,000 bushels of apples annually. They also grow cherries, peaches, plums, nectarines, berries, tomatoes, pumpkins, squash, and more. Their friendly roadside farm market carries orchard fruit pies, fruit breads, and their famous apple cider donuts (yes, they sell them at the market!). Their farm to jar products, jams, jellies, pickles, and apple sauces are also sold at market.