Purchase Farmers Market Offering Winter Delivery


Want some fresh poultry or eggs from Fazio Farms? Farm-fresh produce from Migliorelli Farms? If you live or work in Harrison, Purchase, Rye Brook, Greenwich and Port Chester you are in luck. (And some other nearby towns might be, too, just call to ask.) Call the Purchase Farmers Market at 845-520-6502 on Mondays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. and get orders delivered on Tuesday afternoons.

All the info — plus the entire list of what you can order — after the jump.

“Farmers markets are not always convenient for customers and winter can pose a challenge for shoppers” said Tony Mannetta, market organizer and former director Greenmarkets in NYC. “We’re going to bring the market to customers by offering home deliveries.”

Items that can be ordered include: Fazio Farm poultry, rabbits and eggs; Migliorelli Farms fruits vegetables, apples, cider, fresh frozen corn, broccoli and peppers; Ronnybrook Milk, butter, yogurt drinks (kosher certified); Bongo and Capacci ravioli; All U Knead breads, artisan cheeses; Late Bloomer Farms microgreens, Saratoga peanut butters and NYS organic grains; Magpie Bakery desserts; and Ash Hopper soaps and skin care items.

For more info on the market in general, customers can visit Facebook page “Farmers Market @ Pepsico”. The market will be open Tuesdays 9:30 – 3:30 pm during the winter months.

Call 845-520-6502 for more information or to order. Here’s the order list:

December 13-21


Sprout Creek

Raw Cow:




Old Chatham Camembert- Sheep and Cow

Kinderhook- Pure Sheep Milk

Shaker Blue- Raw Sheep

Ewe’s Blue- Pastuerized Sheep’s Milk

Old Chatham Yogurt

Finger Lakes:

Biermeck- 10 month Aged Gouda Raw Cow

Palantine- Cheddar Pasteurized Cow

Harpersfield Tilset – Raw and pasteurized Cow milk

R & G

Eclipse – Aged Goat’s Milk Ash Ripened

Bongo & Capacci Gourmet Ravioli

Goat Cheese w Roasted Garlic and Spinach

Portabella w/Gorgonzola and Cognac

Roasted garlic w Scallion

Sweet Potato

Lobster risotto

Smoked Salmon w Cream cheese

Chives and Capers

All You Knead Bakery

Autumn Loaf Cranberry Walnut Raisin, Currant

Olive Gorgonzola Bread

Pane d’ Casa

Multigrain Bread 9 Grain w/Oats

Autumn Rolls

Health Loaf- Whole Wheat Spouted Wheat, Sunflower, Rosemary, Fennel





Fazio Poultry & Rabbit Farm:

Whole Rabbit

Whole cut Rabbit

Half Cut Rabbit

Whole Free range Chicken

Chicken Cutlets

Chicken Breast whole

Free Range Eggs





Late Bloomer Farms


Radish, Peashoot, Red Radish, Arugula, Sunflower

Saratoga Peanut Butters

Plain Jane

Organic Plain


Monkey Boy

White Chocolate

Chillin Chocolate

Dark Chocolate Almond Butter

Adirondack Jack

Organic NYS Grains & Beans:


Whole Corn Meal

Whole Rye Flour

Whole Spelt

All Purpose Flour






Pinto Beans

Black Beans

RonnyBrook Dairy:

(Glass bottled non homogenized milk, certified Kosher)

Whole Milk Qt.

Chocolate Milk Qt, 12 oz

Yogurt drink

Yogurt Qt

Yogurt cups

Half and Half



Cascade Winery

Seyval Blanc


Heavenly Daze

Harvest Rose

Magpie Bakery

Torrone-Honey Nut Nougat

Hot Chocolate Mix

Pies baked to order: Apple, Pumpkin, Pecan

Savory Galettes:

Butternut, Caramelized Onion, Jarlsberg Cheese

Apple, Walnut, Gorgonzola

Vegan Brownies

Vegan “Oreos”

Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

Migliorelli Farms:

Apples – 8 varieties

Pears – Bosc, Seckel

Apple Cider ½ gals

Apple Cider Donuts


Maple Syrup

Beth’s Jams and Jellies

Fresh Frozen vegetables:

Corn, Brocolli, Peppers

Field vegetables as avail.


About Author

Liz Johnson is content strategist for The Journal News and lohud.com, and the founding editor of lohudfood, formerly know as Small Bites. As food editor, she won awards from the New York News Publishers Association, the Association of Food Journalists and the Associated Press. She lives in Nyack with her husband and daughter on a tiny suburban lot they call their farm — with fruit trees, an herb garden, and a yardful of lettuce, tomatoes, onions, shallots, cucumbers, zucchini, radishes, cabbage, peppers, Brussels sprouts and carrots and four big blueberry bushes.

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