The Offspring of Invention

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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

Field Goods Diet Study

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Study Shows that Field Goods Fruit and Vegetable Bags Improve Diet In October 2018, the Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition published a diet study by Dr. Rayane AbuSabha & Meaghan Gargin from The Sage Colleges Nutrition Department entitled Subscription to a Fresh Produce Delivery Program Increases Intake and Variety of Vegetables at no Added Cost to Customers. The study was based … Read More

Zoni’s Sliders: Gourmet Veggie Mini-Burgers

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Zoni Sliders

Field Goods is excited to announce that Zoni Foods has developed a line of vegan and gluten-free veggie-sliders packaged specially for our customers! Zoni’s sliders are the second line of products invented by Zoe Lloyd Geller, her first was frozen veggie meals. Zoe’s epiphany for her frozen meals came while attending Yale University. Busy class and work schedules made it very … Read More

Meet the Farmers: The Latremores, of Pine Ridge Farm in Chazy, NY

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FARM: Pine Ridge Farm WHERE: Chazy, NY PRODUCT: Free-range, Certified Humane, Certified Organic eggs Curtis Latremore never thought he’d end up a chicken farmer. See, Curtis has three children, and his middle child, Kegan, was born with autism. As Kegan reached his early 20s, Curtis and and his wife Lori began to consider how their son might make a living. … Read More