New Product: Hand Dipped Ricotta and Ciliegine

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Maplebrook Farm produces handmade artisanal cheeses in the Green Mountains of Vermont using old world cheesemaking techniques to produce fresh quality products, with remarkable flavor and texture. Field Goods proudly offers these Maplebrook Farm cheese to our customers. Hand Dipped Ricotta made the old fashioned way in kettles. Maplebrook Farm’s ricotta bursts with flavor. Their Ricotta is unique for its … Read More

Cornell University, The Potato Innovators

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This week we are offering Salem White Potatoes. Salem Whites have white skin and flesh with a creamy texture and strong flavor. Their roundish-oblong shape and earthy flavor make them an exceptional roasting potato. In addition, they are moister, waxier, and have more sugar than russets, the most common roasting potato. The Salem variety was developed by Cornell University, which … Read More

Trusted Harvest – Cutting it Fresh for You

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On a typical day in the Trusted Harvest kitchen you’ll find Chef Sam Ullman and his team furiously preparing pre-cut produce products, for delivery to their customers early the next day. Trusted Harvest’s pre-cut products are washed, inspected, and cut by hand. What makes Trusted Harvest products so much better than other pre-cut produce? First, its freshness. Produce begins losing … Read More

The Offspring of Invention

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agbotics greenhouse guy

Peppery and crisp Agbotics baby radish shoots are the offspring of invention. Agbotics is located in the itty-bitty town of Sackets Harbor on the banks of Lake Ontario way up where it is cold and the wind does blow and it snows and snows. Oh! How it snows. Imagine that setting and three young friends – an engineer, a farm-kid … Read More

How A Business Grew From Seeds

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Co-Founders Kelly Coughlin and Greg Woodworth pictured above. With a dream – and 60 tons of butternut squash seed – what started as a cookie company in Boston grew into Stony Brook Wholehearted Foods. Nowadays, Stony Brook makes artisanal seed oils, seed snacks, and protein powder all based out of the Finger Lakes. We spoke with co-founder Greg Woodworth to … Read More