We love discovering quality products, especially when they come from local, passionate, ethical and responsible farmers. Products like Cowella Yogurt, a new addition to our dairy coolers. Made in Jefferson, NY by a family in dairy farming for the past seven generations! You can taste the love in Cowbella yogurt. We're so impressed, we want to share more info about Cowbella with you!Read More
Locally made Immuneschein ginger elixirs are one of the most popular products sold at High Falls Food Co-op. Not just during the holidays, but all year long. After one taste, most people are hooked--Read More
We recently had the pleasure of hosting one of our favorite local brands, The Green Palate, at High Falls Food Co-op for a sampling of their delicious vegan “meatballs.” Family owned and operated by a couple named Benedetta and Giovanni Barbaro, the Green Palate produces award winning, organic vegan cuisine, and is beloved in our area.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
High Falls Food Co-op takes special care when choosing the dairy products we offer our members and shoppers. We strive to provide the best milk available, made by the healthiest, happiest cows. We also want you to be informed when selecting the milk you purchase for your family.Read More
Flowers can be a great addition to any tablescape or household. A little bit of beauty to dazzle the senses and lift the spirit. At High Falls Food Co-op, we are proud to offer lovingly grown, fresh cut flowers from Stars of the Meadow, an organic flower farm (located just seven miles from our door) in Accord, NY. Marybeth Wehrung is the owner and farmer at Stars of the Meadow. We sat down with her to talk inspiration, motivation, and to get some flower education.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