Sundays 9:00-1:30 starting June 5th
Main Street School
110 Main Street
Irvington, NY 10533
Arlotta Food Studio – Watermill, NY
Arlotta Food Studio is a family-owned business based in Watermill, NY. Their story began generations ago, raising olives in orchards in southern Italy. Today, their organic olives are grown and harvested in California on a small family farm using the same traditional methods. Arlotta Food Studio is proud to bring the very best organic olive oils, Balsamic vinegars, and specialty foods direct to consumers at local farmers markets, specialty grocers, and online.
Aroli’s Kitchen – Chappaqua, NY
Bright, fresh vegetarian “global” cuisine made with local ingredients.
Asian Farmer Dumplings – Jericho, NY
Asian Farmer Dumplings are all handmade with local farm ingredients including organic vegetables and pasture-raised pork and chicken. They are fully cooked and come frozen, ready to heat up in your home and eat.
Berry Brook Farm – Catskills, NY
Patrick Hennebery and Eleanor Blakeslee operate Berry Brook Farm, certified organic by NOFA-NY Certified Organic, LLC. After farming separately, in 2013 they teamed up, got married, made a baby, and plowed the fields of their farm in Delancey, NY. “We love what we do, we’re proud to farm in the Catskills, and we are working hard to feed more and more people each season.”
Big Bang Coffee Peekskill, NY
Locally roasted coffee beans and hot and cold brew coffee.
Bien Cuit Bakery – Brooklyn, NY
Bien Cuit is set apart among small-batch bakers. From their New York-sourced flour to their long fermentation methods, their European style breads and pastries are uncomprimising in flavor and quality.
Doc Pickle – Paterson, NJ
Third generation pickle company, sourcing from local Hudson Valley farms and using centuries-old techniques.
Dough Nation – Dobbs Ferry, NY
The Cookery’s DoughNation is a mobile extension of The Cookery and a nod to the revolution of food trucks in America. Chef David has always had a passion for the pizza of Naples. Ever since Chef David’s late uncle Chubby built a wood-fired oven in the backyard of their family house, he’s been playing with fire. DoughNation is a handcrafted wood burning oven designed to deliver artisan pizza from its 800 degree flames. The oven sits atop a trailer and is transported from different locations every week.
Farm XO Flowers – Hancock NY
Fresh cut field flowers, flower wreaths and birdseed ornaments
Farm XO captures the beauty of New York’s growing season: (Peonies, Daisies, Black-eyed Susan, Cone Flowers, Yarrow, Bachelors Buttons etc. ). Organic, non-gmo bird seed ornaments-
Ornaments made with organic bird seed to attract seasonal birds.
FarmEats – Carlisle NY
Local New York state, pasture-raised, grass-fed and grass-finished beef. Free of antiobiotics and no added hormones. The cattle live their entire lives at the Sweet Tree Farm in Carlisle, NY.
Found Herbal – Pleasantville, NY
Using her deep knowledge of plants, Jessica Mullins-the creator of FOUND Herbal- hand-crafts all of her products using high quality, 100% natural ingredients, and includes carefully selected herbs to gently enhance and promote wellness in the specific body system for which it is designed.
Joe Tomato Mozzarella – White Plains, NY
Though he does have a given name, everyone refers to Joe as “the mozzarella guy” — his mozzarella is that good.Joe has been making mozzarella for years, and is often hired out to do dmos at weddings and private parties where he always steals the show – with his creamy mozzarella and charming personality. His methods are as traditional as his cheese, which he makes just hours before market every Sunday. His sandwiches made with his mozzarella, prosciutto, tomato and arugula are one of the most popular items at the market.
Kontoulis Olive Oil – Mamaroneck, NY/Strefi, Messinia, Greece
Kontoulis family’s olive oil comes from their native village of Strefi, in the fertile plain of Messinia, Greece. The area has a long tradition in the production of high quality olive oil with very low acidity. Their olive groves are small in size and were planted by their grandfather and are cultivated in a natural, traditional way.
La Petite Occasion – Somers, NY
Small-batch confections using cream and butter from the Hudson Valley as the base for their creamy caramels and buttery toffee.
LUXX Chocolate – Ridgewood, NJ
Luxx Chocolat is more than a luxury artisan chocolate experience. A passion for decadently delicious chocolate and handcrafted artistry is the foundation for Luxx Chocolat… xquisite and xtraordinary. Creamy, velvety smooth and elegant, every mouth-watering chocolate is created using the world’s finest chocolate and the highest quality, local, fresh and seasonal ingredients – no preservatives, no artificial flavors. Designed and individually handcrafted, each upholds the tradition of legacy artisan chocolatiers.
Madura Farm – Goshen, NY
Dan Jr., founder of Madura Farms, is a fourth-generation Polish farmer who started cultivating mushrooms in 1977. They sell both cooking and medicinal mushrooms.
MOMO Dressing – Brooklyn, NY
The creators of Momo Dressing make Japanese salad dressings and sauces with fresh ingredients in Brooklyn, NY. They prioritize fresh, local, and safe.
Archaea Organics is a USDA Certified Organic company in the Hudson Valley, NY manufacturing a more nutritious, sustainable and ethically-produced creamy chocolate hazelnut spread called Nutty Spread. Organic nuts and nut spreads.
NY Chup Company – Bronx, NY
NY Chup creates handcrafted, small-batch ketchup by husband and wife team, Chef Andy Blackman, graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, and Dina Weinberg, artist and teacher. Andy has over 30 years of professional experience in making delicious food. NY Chup uses seasonal, real ingredients, cooked in small batches, and hand-bottled by the owners. They sweeten their ketchup with pure cane sugar and unsulphured molasses.
Penny Lick Ice Cream – Hastings-on-Hudson, NY
Penny Lick Ice Cream Company was founded in 2013 with the simple mission of creating and selling old-fashioned, custard based ice cream. Ingredients are fresh and local, just like their final product. They take our name from a style of ice cream vending in the late 19th century. For a penny, customers would buy a small scoop, a “lick”, of ice cream in a petite glass with a shallow depression.
Pura Vida Fishery
Owner Captain Rick Lofstad is a third generation fisherman. His grandfather emigrated from Norway and began the fishing business in Long Island NY. Captain Rick uses only sustainable fishing practices and has a lifetime of experience and integrity for the occupation and seafaring lifestyle he loves.
Ready Set Sharp – Pelham, NY
Ready Set Sharp is a family owned and operated business. Matt Westall is a butcher who hates to use dull knives.He’s been sharpening knives for 15 years and is a certified professional sharpener. He, his wife Rebecca and Andy White work together to ensure you never have a dull moment.
Saratoga Cracker Co. – Saratoga Cracker Co.
Small-batch , hand-rolled crackers that are made one mile form the Saratoga Race Track and make great snacks or elegant party fare. Their crisp crackers range from savory to spicy, cheesy to vegan, wheat free, and sweet. Find your flavors!
SOHHA Yogurt – New York, NY
Sohha means health. Sohha Yogurt was started by a mother and father inspired to feed their daughter only the purest, handmade yogurt. They founded Sohha Yogurt on the belief that we should serve our children and ourselves the cleanest, most wholesome, real foods. Sohha Yogurt sources the highest quality nutrient-rich milk from Hudson Valley Fresh and produces in small batches locally in the Bronx.
Southtown Farms – Blairstown, NJ
After returning from a combat tour in Irag, Matt Soldanorwas given six chickens to care for. It didn’t take long for him to realize that what he wanted more than anything was to farm. With some financial help in the form of a grant for veterans turning to farming he started Southtown Farms. Now, his 60 acre sustainable farm sells pastured pork,(bacon, roasts, belly, butt, sausages) free-range chicken/eggs and grass-fed beef
Strudel Z – Hudson, NY
This is not your grandmother’s strudel! Baked with hand-pulled dough and fruits and vegetables from hudson Valley farms, Strudel Z brings a new twist to the delicious pastry. The secret-skill and years of practice!
Sun Sprout Farm – Chester, NY
Sun Sprout Farm is located on New York’s famous black dirt in Chester, NY. They grow a large variety of seasonal vegetables, fruits, cut flowers, and plant-starts. They have always used organic growing practices and are currently in transition to USDA Organic certification.
Teagevity – Nyack, NY
Purveyors of loose,organic teas and iced tea beverages. Over 140 varieties of teas. Some as medicinal, as they are delicious with flavors like hibiscus pineapple and more traditional Assam.
Dobbs & Bishop Cheese, dobbsandbishop.comBronxville NY
Purveyors of farmstead cheeses from New England creameries
True Food – Nyack, NY
Garden salads, burritos, wraps, soups and baked goods made with organic, local ingredients.
Wave Hill Breads – Norwalk, CT
Wave Hill Breads is an artisan micro-bakery, founded in 2005, that believes in making delicious, hand-crafted European-style artisan breads and pastries by using a traditional age-old approach that requires a three-day process from mixing to baking in small batches. They pride themselves on using locally sourced organic grains which are personally milled at their baking facility, thereby creating high-quality, non-GMO unbleached flour. They use 24-72 hour fermentations and individually hand-craft every single loaf.
What’s for Dessert – Bronxville, NY
A childhood spent in Napa Valley orchards has strongly influenced chef Cindy Boswell. Her cakes, cookies, pastries, and other baked goods are created using seasonal, local ingredeints and are strongly rooted in the recipes passed down from her grandmother.
Wild Sea Salt – Pomona, NY
High in iodine and iron yet lower in sodium, with the magic of wild edibles, Wild Sea Salt is a healthful seasoning on the wild side.
Wright’s Farm – Gardiner, NY
Wright’s Farm is a six-generation farm, farming since 1903. Wright’s is primarily a fruit farm, but also grows a variety of vegetables and raises pastured free-range chickens for eggs and meat. In addition, the homegrown produce is turned into jams and canned goods or homemade, from-scratch baked goods, “Grandma Ann’s” pies, and apple cider donuts. The farm operates a stand, open year-round, and offers Pick-Your-Own Apples during September and October.