Preferred Purveyors

Preferred Purveyors

Discover the culinary and artisanal products that are making the Hudson Valley a delicious food destination. Connect with these local producers and purveyors to ensure the very best products are making their way on to your table.
Acorn Hill Farm

Acorn Hill Farm & Creamery raises Nubian dairy goats for its selection of rich and creamy small-batch  goat cheeses. Acorn Hill Farm produces goat’s milk chevre, feta, ricotta and seasonal cheeses like cinnamon cranberry chevre for autumn. In addition to cheese, Acorn Hill produces yogurt, goat milk fudge and cajeta caramel sauce.

Angry Orchard

Located on a 60-acre orchard nestled in the heart of the Hudson Valley, an area deeply rooted in cider making, Angry Orchard, lead by head cider maker Ryan Burk, is reviving traditional cider varieties and bringing lost heirloom varieties back to the United States. Their ciders range from core ciders like their crisp apple, made from traditional cider apples, to their ciderhouse collection, a group of small-batch artisanal hard ciders made using cider making apples from Italy and France and aged on oak.

The cider makers continue to innovate with ingredients and cider making techniques, creating new enjoyable ciders. All are encouraged to come by for a visit and taste come of the specialty ciders made on-site. Visit for tours, tastings and special brunch and dinner!

Berle Farm

Berle Farm is a 600-hundred  acre piece of farmland in Hoosick NY. The farm has been certified organic since 1997 and has evolved to a low outside input farm, where we produce cheese, yogurt, beef, apples, vegetables, hay, wheat, oats, and corn and many other food items.  Our products are distributed locally and our organic yogurt and cheeses are available throughout NY and adjoining states. Our raw milk cheeses are hand stirred and  pressed individually.  They are turned and brushed with sea salt twice a week for 3 mos. to 3 years.  The cheeses are a testimony to our dedicated work bringing together the elements of weather, grass, cow health, tillage, and community. 

Catania, Mahon, Milligram and Rider, PLLC

The attorneys at Catania, Mahon, Milligram & Rider, PLLC, in Newburgh, New York, undertake a wide range of transactional matters for clients of all sizes and types. Bringing real-world, practical solutions to multifaceted business problems.

Catskill Provisions

All natural, local and award-winning honey provides the basis for Catskill Provisions’ collection of artisanal food and craft spirits. Honey from hives in Delaware, Sullivan and Madison counties in New York state remain at the core of Catskill Provisions’ products, like fall and spring honey, New York Honey Rye Whiskey and honey truffles. Claire Marin, proprietor of Catskill Provisions, tends to the over 300 beehives in collaboration with local beekeepers to create the small-batch, sustainable items used by locavore restaurants, hotels and specialty stores.

Farmer and Baker

Farmer and Baker is a new food production concept based on old European techniques. It prepares and bakes what it raises and harvests. Farmer and Baker looks towards the future by going back to before the processed food revolution. Farmer and Baker places an emphasis on sustainable practices and less traditional farming like aquaponics and recycling.

Field Company

Bringing back the American-made tradition, Field Company crafts lightweight, naturally nonstick cast-iron skillets built to last for generations. Field Company cast-iron skillets retain heat and retain seasoning with proper care. The 8-inch and 10-inch pans work for everyday use, whether for searing steaks or frying eggs. Field Company cast-iron is “the closest living relative to vintage cast-iron.”

Gopal Farm

Gopal Farm is a 76 acre farm in New Paltz, NY in Hudson Valley focused on growing heirloom Indian vegetables, Ayurvedic herbs and producing ethical milk products. Its mission is to preserve ancient Indian vegetables and herbs by sourcing heirloom varieties from farmers in India and adapting them to the New York area with a focus on flavor, nutrition and sustainability. Cows are also incorporated with sustainable concepts from ancient Indian agriculture.

Gray Family Farm

Seasonal CSA of local, organic & foraged produce, organic eggs and all natural, free-range meats. $1275 for 15 weeks, members receive a weekly basket with a combination of meats, vegetables, eggs, and specialty items. Our passion is to help educate people about sustainable, all-natural farming. Our vegetables and fruits are all grown organically and naturally with no pesticides, insecticides or chemical fertilizer. Our farm uses biodynamic agricultural processes. Our poultry receives only Non-GMO feed.

Hemlock Hill Farm

Opened in 1939, Hemlock Hill Farm remains a family farm in its third generation of operation. In spring, summer and autumn, the farm grows organic vegetables, but Hemlock Hill Farm specializes in organic, pasture-raised meats. Hemlock Hill distributes meats to local farm stores and farm to table restaurants in the Hudson Valley and beyond.

Horseshoe Brand Inc.

Founded in the heart of the Hudson Valley in Rhinebeck, Horseshoe Brand Inc crafts handmade hot sauce and barbecue sauce using fresh, all natural ingredients, and peppers from around the world. Horseshoe Brand provides sauces with varying levels of heat to add different levels of spice and depth to dishes. Horseshoe Brand’s flavors include Caribbean hot sauce, maple cayenne sauce using Crown Maple syrup and Xxxtra hot sauce. Horseshoe Brand distributes to over 400 stores nationwide and online.

Hudson Ale Works

Founded in 2013 in Highland, Hudson Ale works produces beer using locally-sourced ingredients with the community in mind. The brewery, located just steps away from the Walkway Over the Hudson and the Hudson Valley Rail Trail, serves 8 rotating beers on tap and light fare in the tasting room. The Town of Lloyd Economic Development Committee recognized Hudson Ale Works for its innovative reuse of an old building. Dispersed over the Hudson Valley-Can be found at the Falcon, Gardiner Liquid Mercantile, A Tavola Trattoria, Mill House Brewing Company. Brewed by Neil and Adam Trapani, Josh Zimmerman.

Hudson Valley Fresh


Hudson Valley Fresh is a Dairy Farm Cooperative preserving the agricultural heritage of the Hudson Valley through sustainable dairy farming. Hudson Valley Fresh produces premium dairy products like milk, cream, ice cream, yogurts and sour cream. Milk is produced by farms in the Hudson Valley all within 20 miles of each other. Hudson Valley Fresh products are sold throughout the Hudson Valley, Long Island, New Jersey and Connecticut.

Hudson Valley Seafood

The leading distributor of fresh fish and seafood to restaurants in Dutchess, Ulster, Westchester and Putnam Counties. Hudson Valley Seafood has been serving restaurants and retail outlets in the Hudson Valley and surrounding areas for over 30 years. Flexible wholesale delivery options include five days a week delivery.

Hudson Whiskey

Hand-crafted at New York's first whiskey distillery since Prohibition, Hudson Whiskey's story began in 2001 with a 240-year-old mill in Gardiner. One batch at a time, distillers worked their process for six months to craft the whiskey by hand, capturing the essence of the region through a dedicated use of agricultural resources from local farms. Named "Best Artisan Distiller of 2010" by the American Distilling Institute, Hudson Whiskey has quickly climbed its way to the top shelf.

Inquiring Minds Bookstore

Inquiring Minds Bookstore in New Paltz and Saugerties is the largest independent bookstore in the Hudson Valley. Inquiring Minds carries selections of new and used books and hosts events like workshops, children’s programs, film festival events and musical presentations.

Local Artisan Bakery

Local Artisan Bakery, a pop bakery based out of Kingston, uses high-quality ingredients, locally sourced whenever possible, and bake small-batch treats with the utmost attention to detail. A fusion of local Hudson Valley flavors with a global flair results in unique and delicious cupcakes, cookies, pastries, and more!

Metal House Cider

Metal House Cider crafts “tree-to-label” ciders in the methode champenoise from untreated Hudson Valley apples. Metal House Cider operates out of a namesake metal house and family orchard in Esopus, and uses sustainably grown apples to make true New York State cider. The small-batch cider makers received a double gold for the Ora d’Oro at the New York Wine Classic.

Migliorelli Farm

Migliorelli Farm, now in its fourth generation of family ownership, serves the Hudson Valley from its location in Northern Dutchess County. Migliorelli Farm grows over 130 different varieties of fruits and vegetables, and produces its own apple cider using an antique cider press. The farm distributes produce, dairy and egg products throughout the tri-state area.

Miracle Springs Farm

Developing biodynamic & organic family-owned farm growing over 120 different crop varieties and flowers. Seasonal CSA, offering one for vegetables and one for cheese. CSA members receive a 10% discount on online store. Vegetable shares $350-$700 for 11 or 22 consecutive weeks, June-October. Cheese shares $93.50-$186, once per month, renewable every 3 months.

Nancy’s of Woodstock

Located in the heart of Woodstock, Nancy’s crafts ice cream and desserts from Catskill-sourced ingredients. Sam and Kathy, the husband and wife duo behind Nancy’s artisanal creations, provide endless creative flavors to the dynamic menu. While chocolate is a crowd favorite, made from Woodstock’s own Fruition chocolate, seasonal flavors like Honey Fig and Lemon Lavender appear on the autumn menu. Nancy’s provides a variety of super-premium hard ice cream, vegan and dairy free selections, sorbet and other frozen sweet treats.

Phoenicia Honey Co.

Phoenicia Honey Co. creates small batch products with local Catskills honey. Many of the plants and flowers used in the infusions are grown at the apiary, which is being expanded to add additional beehives and native flowers for forage. The owner, Rebecca Shim, is a formally trained chef, who relocated here from Brooklyn to learn more about farming, sustainability and where the foods used in NYC kitchens came from. Phoenicia Honey Co. ties her love of food and nature together.

Tongore Brook Farm

The four-season farm in Stone Ridge specializes in organic and sustainable microgreens. The “big flavor grown superfoods” are 4 to 40 times richer in nutrients than regular greens. Powered by solar and geothermal energy, Tongore Brook Farm still sows seeds and harvests by hand. Tongore Brook Farm promises to deliver sustainable, organic greens at affordable prices.

Warren Kitchen & Cutlery

Located in historic Rhinebeck, Warren Kitchen & Cutlery is a true kitchenware emporium - a place where inspired chefs and cooking enthusiasts can find their favorite knives, cookware, appliances, kitchen tools and serving pieces for their home or restaurant. Specializing in knives, Warren offers more than 1,500 different styles and sizes in stock.

The Hudson Valley’s complete source for professional kitchen knives and tools, commercial quality cookware, bakeware, pocketknives and woodcarving tools. We stock the largest selection of name-brand cutlery in the region at prices well below retail. Knife sets, knife blocks and carving boards. Professional knife sharpening while you wait.

Whitecliff Vineyard

Whitecliff Vineyard & Winery celebrates its 20th vintage year in 2018. As one of the Hudson Valley's largest vineyards with over 20 varieties of grapes planted onsite, Whitecliff boasts beautiful views of the Shawangunk Ridge from its location in Gardiner. Owners and founders Michael and Yancey Migliore offer European Vinifera varietals such as Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc and Riesling, as well as new hybrids.

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