Bringing the farm home since 1993 - We were farm to table before it existed!

SPECIAL REQUEST (if you are able):
Sunday, October 2nd is the annual Support-A-Walk at FDR Park for the benefit of Support Connection, a non-profit based in Yorktown Heights. This year, Hudson Milk + Market is once again a proud sponsor of this event. Support Connection is an organization that is near and dear to us, as they provided tremendous support and resources to Cindy's mom as she battled stage 4 ovarian cancer. To hear more, please visit our Instagram or Facebook account. 
If you are able, please consider making a donation to our team by clicking here. If you'd like to join us for the walk, we'd love to have you - let us know and we'll come up with a meeting spot!
And most importantly, if you know anyone who is battling breast or ovarian cancer, please refer them to Support Connection.

 Don't forget to tell your friends, family, and neighbors about us! Your referral link can be found under "My Account" in the "Referrals" section. 

Well folks, it's officially Fall and time to watch the foliage turn, get the last of the garden harvests done, and feel that chill in the air. 

New products are coming in fast and furious. You can see all new products on the New Products page

Our most recent product additions are as follows:

Arugula from our friends at Radicle Farm

Butternut Squash from Dagele Farm

Household Products (aluminum foil, parchment paper, sponge cloths, No. 4 coffee filters) from If You Care. These products are carefully and deliberately crafted tohave the least environmental impact and the lightest carbon footprint possible, while at the same time, delivering to the consumer, the highest quality and most effective results.

Fair Trade Spices from Burlap & Barrel:
These spices are incredibly fresh and better than those you get in the supermarket. Please read the product descriptions to learn more about how B&B sources each spice. Such quality spices you most likely will find that you need less than what your recipe calls for. 

Sea Salt from the salt mines of Syracuse, NY!

Crunchy Yellow Peas from North River Dry Goods available in Sea Salt, Smokey or Jalapeño flavors. 

Jerky Sticks from Landcrafted Foods - available in 4 flavors


This week's produce offerings are from the following Hudson Valley Farms: 

Dagele Brothers Produce Farm - started in 1919 by John and Josephine after they emigrated from Poland. Now operated by their grandsons, Frank, Robert and Randal Dagele the farm is located in the "Black Dirt" region of Orange County. This farming region sits on land that used to be the bottom of an ancient glacial lake. This provides the soil with rich nutrients, perfect for growing onions, lettuce and other greens. This week's garlic, corn, kale, spinach, onions, potatoes, and zucchini are coming in from Dagele Brothers.

Migliorelli Farm - located in Tivoli, NY (northern Dutchess County), Migliorelli Farm is run by the third and fourth generation Migliorelli farmers. They feel very strong about utilizing sustainable farming practices, while promoting food safety, freshness, and flavor; cultivation of healthy soils; and preservation of open space. This week's bok choy will be coming to us from Migliorelli Farms. 

Samascott Orchards – located in Columbia County, NY Samascott Orchards is way more than just apples! We love their cider, but they grow a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. Samascott is a family owned and operated farm that began operation in the early 1900s. This week's sweet potatoes are coming to us from Samascott.

Sun Sprout Farm - located on New York’s famous black dirt in Chester, NY. The land is being leased from the Chester Agricultural Center as part of an innovative farmland preservation project that provides long term, stable leases for high quality farmland. All of their produce is USDA Certified Organic because they are committed to growing the highest quality and healthiest produce for their customers. This week's carrots come to us from Sun Sprout Farm. 

Radicle Farm - Radicle Farm was founded with one goal in mind: to explore the depths of fresh, flavorful and intriguing salad greens. Their journey has included years spent experimenting with countless seed varieties and growing methods in their New York and New Jersey greenhouses, conferring with New York City's top chefs, and partnering with like-minded, progressive farmers to find the very best leafy greens. The result is nutrient dense leafy greens, microgreens and edible flowers that are bursting with flavor, color and freshness. The location of their greenhouse space in upstate NY & NJ was chosen intentionally. They are able to employ rural and urban farmers, while maximizing the growing potential of otherwise forgotten spaces. 


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