¡Viva la [Local] Revolución!

What's In Store - New in Produce

Andrew Hernandez,
Produce Manager

remembrance-greensCelebrate local history by supporting local farms — July brings greens, herbs, cukes, cabbage, and berries.

In July 1848, just a 53-minute drive from Ithaca, the first-ever women's rights convention was held in Seneca Falls, NY. Topics discussed included voting rights, property rights, and divorce. This gathering marked the beginning of the women's rights movement in the United States. History in our veritable backyard.

So, you want local produce? We've got local produce! Stick and Stone Farm brings us kale and basil, Blue Heron Farm provides us with zucchini, summer squash, cukes, and cabbage, and Remembrance Farm offers their full slate of baby salad greens: Flower Power, Field Greens, Spicy Greens, Arugula, Tatsoi, and Baby Kale, all available in 5-oz. clamshell packages. Also keep your eyes peeled for local fruit as berries start to ripen and become available. Have a safe and fun 4th of July and remember: "¡Viva la revolución!"

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