Boiled Cider and Cider Jelly
Boiled cider and cider jelly are traditional farmstead products made from the concentration of fresh, unfermented cider. Dating back to the earliest European settlers to this country, they were vital to inland New England farmers as sweeteners. The product is dark like molasses but with the consistency of maple syrup. It has the clear, concentrated apple flavor and a caramelized sweetness balanced by sharp acidity. Despite deep historical roots in rural New England, these products are largely unknown today.
The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market is operated by CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture). All our markets are open year-round, rain or shine. For more information and to subscribe to our weekly e-letter, visit www.cuesa.org. (more...)
Hello and welcome to Fernbrook Farm CSA! We are located on the grounds of Fernbrook Farms - a 300 acre family-owned and operated farm featuring a wholesale tree nursery, historic bed and breakfast and education center in addition to the CSA. The farm is located in Chesterfield, NJ about 10 miles south of Trenton. (more...)
Fair Shares is dedicated to helping more people gain access to fresh, local, seasonal, sustainably-produced food in the St. Louis area. We think knowing where your food comes from is the first step in preparing safe, wholesome food for your family. (more...)
Eight generations of the Miller family have been farming on the same land. Today we're known for our certified organic apples & cider, peaches, pears, blueberries, and strawberries. Our products are available through our CSA and at our booth at the Brattleboro Area Farmers' Market. We also sell to local co-ops and restaurants. (more...)
We have shares available for the Autumn 2014 harvest. Sign Up Today for our five week Autumn harvest season! Home Delivery--Workplace Delivery--and many pick up locations in the greater Nashville and Huntsville areas, and if enough interest, to Murfreesboro and Tullahoma. (more...)
Crazy Woman Ranch is family owned and operated in the lower Yakima Valley. Our philosophy is sustainability and we prefer to employ methods of management that allows us to proudly produce quality tree fruit, garden produce, poultry, goat milk and cheese and naturally raised beef and pork. (more...)