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These stores often carry Red Fire Farm organic produce or work with us for CSA distributions:
Green Fields Market
Formaggio Kitchen - Cambridge and South End
Harvest Co-op Markets (Harvest Co-op Stores are also sites for Red Fire CSA distribution locations in Cambridge and Jamaica Plain.)
Holly Hill Farm
Leverett Village Co-op
M&M Green Valley Produce
River Valley Market
Sherman Market and Cafe
Somerville Community Growing Center hosts our Somerville CSA distribution)
Springfield Farmers’ Market at the “X” (Red Fire Farm sells produce and delivers farm shares at this market)
State Street Fruit Store
Tip Top Country Store
Whole Foods Market, Hadley
Whole Foods Market, Brighton (site for the Brighton’s Red Fire Farm CSA distribution)
We carry products from these producers in our farmstands, and in some cases supply their ingredients.
Appalachian Naturals – salad dressings, sauces, marinades, and a special salsa made with Red Fire Farm tomatoes and other vegetables.
Bart's Homemade Ice Cream - super premium ice cream made in Greenfield, MA.
Berkshire Mountain Bakery – bread and cookies.
Cabot Dairies – butter.
Cold Spring Orchard – apples, pears, plums and grapes.
Crystal Brook Farm – fresh goat cheese, a varied selection of chevre: plain or with dill, pepper, chives, garlic/basil or cranberry/orange.
East Baking Co. - fresh bread made in Ludlow.
Global Balance - cleaning products made in Newton.
Hedgies Hot Stuff - salsa made locally.
Lakeside Fruit Jams – jams and spreads from Hadley.
Ironbound Island - wild-harvested Maine seaweeds including kombu, wakame, dulse, and kelp.
Katalyst Kombucha - organic, raw kombucha tea from Greenfield.
Little House of Thyme - cooking herbs and rice mixes from Colrain.
Mapleline Farm – local milk, half and half, chocolate milk, coffee flavored milk.
Pierce Bros Coffee – organic, fair-trade coffee roasted in Greenfield.
Real Pickles – organic raw lacto-fermented pickles, relish, kimchi and sauerkraut made from Red Fire Farm cabbage.
Rhapsody Natural Foods - organic tempeh made in Vermont.
Ripleys Farm – maple syrup from Montague.
River Valley Farm in Whately – blueberries.
Saw Mill Site Farm - Pioneer Valley horseradish.
Sidehill Farm – local yogurt from grassfed cows.
Smith's Farmstead Cheese – handcrafted Massachusetts cheeses.
Songline Farm – emu oil, shea-mu shampoo bars, and pain relief cream from the farm in Gill.
Tea Guys - fresh loose-leaf teas, blended in Hatfield.
Tom’s Honey – honey from Ludlow.
Trinity Farm - yogurt with fruit.
Tuckaway Farms - organic extra-virgin olive oil.
Vermont Soap - organic hand-crafted soap.
Warner Farm – sweet corn.
Williams Farm Sugarhouse – local maple syrup, maple cream, and maple sugar candies.
Woodstar Cafe - fresh bread made in Northampton.
These restaurants often use our produce in their kitchens.
Beacon Hill Bistro - Boston.
Blue House Cafe – Haydenville.
Bloc 11- Somerville.
Bondir - Cambridge.
Bottega Cucina – Springfield.
Craigie on Main - Cambridge.
Coda - Boston.
Cup and Top Cafe – Florence.
Diesel Cafe - Somerville.
Evoo - Cambridge.
The Haven - JP.
Henrietta's Table - Cambridge.
Hope and Olive - Greenfield.
Hungry Mother - Cambridge.
Journeyman - Somerville.
Lumiere - Newton.
The People's Pint – Greenfield.
Plough and Stars - Cambridge.
Prana - Newton.
Pulse Cafe – Somerville.
Rialto - Cambridge.
Robertos - Northampton.
Rendezvous - Cambridge.
Sherman Market - Somerville.
Sylvesters - Northampton.
Tabella Restaurant – Amherst.
Taranta - Boston.
Ten Tables - JP.
Three Cafe - Springfield.
TW Food - Cambridge.
Wheat Berry - Amherst.
Za - Arlington.
We support, work with, and are supported by the
Baystate Organic Certifiers – Red Fire Farm’s certifier.
CISA - Community Involved In Sustaining Agriculture. CISA links farmers and communities to strengthen agriculture and enhance the economy, rural character, environmental quality, and social well-being of western Massachusetts.
LocalHarvest – find local food producers near you in this great nationwide database.
Northeast Organic Farming Assoc. (NOFA) of MA
Massgrown: MA Dept. of Food and Agriculture
CRAFT - Collaborative, Regional, Alliance for Farmer Training. Red Fire Farm participates in this farmer-training cooperative of area farms.
Somerville Community Growing Center
The NewFarm - Farmer-to-Farmer know-how from the Rodale Institute.
Organic Farming Research Foundation
8 o'Clock Ranch - a great source for organically raised grass-fed, dry-aged beef, lamb and pork.
Metro Pedal Power - a bicycle-powered delivery crew that delivers our shares around the Boston area by tricycle truck.
Berkshire Harmony - a home delivery service that brings our shares to places in Pittsfield, MA.
Pedal People - a worker-owned bike delivery service that delivers our shares around Northampton, MA.
Valley Locavore - Mary Nelen's blog about local eating in the Pioneer Valley.
The Sustainable Urbanite - a blog about green living in Boston.
Boston Localvores - about how to eat and enjoy local food in Boston.
Standing in the Shadows - blog about life in the Valley by Sarah Werthan Buttenwieser.