At High Falls Food Co-op, we strive to offer our customers and members the highest quality, most responsibly sourced eggs available in New York State. If you’ve ever wondered about where our eggs come from, or about differences between them, here’s a helpful guide to our farmers.Read More
The Hudson Valley Seed Company is one of our greatest resources here in New York State. We are honored to sell their seeds at HFFC. Hudson Valley Seed Co. is our go to "source for heirloom and open-pollinated garden seeds and beautiful garden-themed contemporary art." They offer heirloom and open-pollinated seeds for vegetable, flower, and herb varieties.Read More
This month marks our two year anniversary with our tremendously talented kitchen manager, Sybille Schubert. A brilliant chef, benevolent leader, and wonderful human being, we are aware each day of just how fortunate we are to have her.Read More
There’s nothing unusual about bringing a shopping list to the grocery store and planning menus for your new restaurant – unless you’re eight years old. Each year, the High Meadow School in Stone Ridge assigns its second graders the class project of starting a restaurant, and this year, the students came to the High Falls Food Co-op armed with their recipes and list of ingredients. They asked questions of the staff, they looked through the produce and dry goods, they took a tour of the basement storage area, and they bought what they needed for their new restaurant.Read More
Ralph Swenson Jr. is a farmer with a conscience.
He objects when companies play on the organic label to jack up prices. ”The high costs just aren’t warranted,” he says. Organic farming has some added costs, Swenson acknowledges, but there are also many costs that are not there that some companies try to pass along anyway.Read More