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Looking for local food and beverages? You’ve come to the right place. 

Search the FLCB Member Directory below to find Finger Lakes local food sources. And, check out our additional resources: The Local Food Locator Map, Events CalendarBlog, and What’s Fresh Now.


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Bejo Seeds, Inc.
1088 Healy RoadGeneva, NY 14456
315-789-4155

Our focus is quality, market-specific vegetable seed. As part of a worldwide Bejo team, we engage in breeding, seed production, marketing, sales, trials, product development and customer support.

Kettle Ridge Farm
515 Log Cabin Road, Victor, NY 14564
(585) 683-7506
http://www.kettleridgefarm.com/

With its steep wooded slopes, high ridges, and surrounding kettle-hole ponds, Kettle Ridge Farm offers a refuge from surrounding development in one of the fastest-growing communities in New York State.

From our land we have been producing the purest New York State maple syrup and finest local honey since 2010. Our maple syrup is available in several sizes and all grades. Our local wildflower honey is made by the honey bees in our apiary. Our products are all natural with no added chemicals or fillers.

We also offer fresh brown and white eggs from our small flock of well-tended chickens. They are free range and their diets are supplemented with non-GMO feed.

Maplestone Farm CSA and Pastured Meats
1821 NY-245, Stanley, NY 14561
(585) 526-4456

Maplestone Farm is a 25 acre small family farm located in the heart of the Finger Lakes. We offer pastured poultry and homegrown produce with a smile. Quality, nutritious, flavorful food grown the old-fashioned way!

Muddy Fingers Farms
3859 Dugue RoadHector, NY 14841
607-546-4535

At Muddy Fingers Farm we grow heirloom and unusual produce for your eating pleasure! Local food eaters can support the farm economy while eating delicious food grown right here in Hector NY! CSA Shares available for pickup in corning, elmira, and at the farm. All of our offerings are GMO free and grown with no synthetic herbicides, pesticides, fungicides, or other junk!

Muranda Cheese Company
3075 State Route 96 South, Waterloo, NY 13165
315-539-1103
Muranda Cheese Company Website

Great cheese starts with great cows. The Muranda Cheese Company produces all natural, raw cheeses using only milk from Registered Holsteins raised on site in Waterloo, N.Y. Our cheeses are all aged, cut and wrapped right here at the Muranda Cheese Company. We are meticulous in the care of our cows. We pamper them, raise them without growth hormone and keep them in the clean, healthy type of environment that we all want to live and work in. Visitors to our farm often comment that it doesn’t smell like a farm. This is because we know the character of the environment in which cows are raised is the character of the milk they produce. Simply put, we know that the time we spend on taking care of our cows translates into great cheese. From these cows, we produce some of the highest quality milk in the nation from some of the highest quality cows – the only milk that goes into Muranda Cheese.

Serendipity Blueberry Farm
3455 Chubb Hollow Rd, Penn Yan, NY 14527
(607) 368-7151

Organically grown U-Pick Blueberry farm.

Sunset View Creamery
4970 County Rd. 14, Odessa, New York 14869
607-594-2095
http://www.sunsetviewcreamery.com/

Sunset View Creamery is located on Hoffarms Dairy, a century farm located outside of Odessa, New York, 15 minutes South of Watkins Glen. We are a Farmstead/ Artisan Cheese Production Facility that is operated, along with the farm, by the 4th and 5th generation of Hoffmans. All the milk that is used to make our cheese comes from our predominantly Holstein herd with a few Jerseys and Ayrshires mixed in.

The Creamery went into production in April of 2004 with the goal to promote not only our own dairy, but also other Local Producers.   We are avid supporters of local business and Pride of New York Products.

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