Member Directory

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.


Specialty Foods

Karma Sauce
9 Hardwood Hill RoadPittsford, NY 14534
585-264-1100
http://www.karmasauce.com

New York’s Most Award Winning Zesty Foods for 2013!

Looking for robust flavorful healthy foods? You came to the right place! From mild to wild we’ve got you covered. We make all Karma Sauce products in small batches. We use only the highest quality ingredients including chile peppers from our own farm! All natural yes, but more: No glutens, no allergens, no fillers, gums or modified starches. No fooling. Original Karma Sauce® products give your meals the kick they deserve – as flavor enhancers, special ingredients, or next to the salt and pepper at your dinner table!

New York Wine & Culinary Center
800 South Main Street Canandaigua, NY 14424
585.394.7070
https://www.nywcc.com/

As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, New York Wine & Culinary Center is designed to educate, engage, and excite people in a celebration of New York’s incredible beverage, agriculture, and culinary industries. Through partnerships with area farmers, wineries, breweries, distilleries, artisans, and entrepreneurs, the Center offers an array of inviting experiences which proudly highlight and promote the natural beauty, rich history, and agricultural bounty of New York State.

The New York Wine & Culinary Center brings you the best of New York, all in one beautiful and scenic spot on the northern shore of Canandaigua Lake.

Bet the Farm Winery & Gourmet Market
381 Main StreetAurora, NY 13026
315-294-5643
http://www.betthefarmny.com

We are a New York Farm Winery, gourmet food shop and regional wine shop

Cayuga Lake Creamery
8421 Route 89Interlaken, NY 14847
607-532-9492
http://cayugalakecreamery.com

Just as the familiar cry of Are We There Yet? begins to spiral out of control, the perfect Oasis appears: Cayuga Lake Creamery offers a family and pet friendly setting to stretch your legs and enjoy some delicious ice cream or a light meal.
Along with traditional flavors – made in small batches with the finest ingredients – you may find some unique surprises such as lavender, maple bacon or sea salt caramel. In addition, we offer a range of sorbets, gluten free, soy-based, No Sugar Added/Fat Free and creamy soft serve custard options.
Reflecting our unique location on the Cayuga Wine Trail, our signature wine sorbets and ice creams are continually being created with the expert assistance of local winemakers.
Let us help you unwind and enjoy the friendly laid back rhythms of the Finger Lakes with a Scoop and a Smile!

Cherry Knoll Farm and Winery
3426 Hoxie Gorge Freetown Road, Marathon, New York 13803
607.849.6886
http://www.cherryknollfarm.com/

Cherry Knoll Farm offers u-pick blueberries, unique blueberry wines, juice, and vinegar.

Cherry Knoll Farm Winery is located in an upper valley just east of Interstate 81 in Central New York.

From the outside, the Winery looks very much like it has over the last many decades. Originally built around 1920, and often used as the “hen house”, the building looks very original ~ unless you look closely at the doors and windows. In those openings today you will find modern thermo doors and windows.

On the inside, the building has been totally remodeled into a winery, complete with insulation, drywall, electricity, plumbing, heating, floors, walk-in cooler, and all the equipment needed for making and bottling our 100% pure blueberry wines and vinegar.

The first wine was produced at Cherry Knoll Farm in 2002. It was used to make our first vinegar in 2003. “It takes a good wine to make good vinegar” – So why not wine. We were soon making wine, too. Blueberry Sweet was our first wine. Soon after, we had three more blueberry wines in production; Blueberry Semi-Sweet aged with Oak, then Blueberry Semi-Sweet (an early favorite) and Blueberry Dry. In 2008 we developed and began production of Blueberry Blossom Delight and Blueberry Bluetta.

Here’s how to purchase our products: http://www.cherryknollfarm.com/purchase-our-wine/

Fast Lane Enterprises, LLC
Geneva, NY
508-868-4354
http://www.fastlanebrands.com

Specializing in custom branded logo apparel and products.  T-shirts, hoodies, ball caps, tote bags, corkscrews, bottle openers, coffee mugs, magnets and much, much more!!  Also offering local artisanal food products such as Naples Valley Brand Products and Life’s So Sweet Chocolates.

Finger Lakes Food Company LLC
PO Box 44Hector, NY 14841
607-546-6444
http://verjooz.com

The Finger Lakes Food Company will create versatile, innovative products utilizing local ingredients and grown using sustainable methods. We will successfully market the products to restaurants and home gourmets using creative and current methods, such as online ordering and web videos. We will contribute to the growing localvore trend while also promoting the Finger Lakes region in other areas. We will maintain a price point to keep our company successful and sustainable while also offering the consumer value for their dollar.

Company Overview
The Finger Lakes Food Company is a collaboration of Tina and Eric Hazlitt (Sawmill Creek Vineyards).

With the focus on regional cuisine, our first product, “Verjooz” is a dynamic expression of the vineyard that creates a dynamic middle ground for Finger Lakes food and wine.

Freer Collection of Processed Fruits
103 Pleasant Street, Geneva, NY 14456
315-781-1539

Scientist/Farmer Jay Freer has 20 years of experience with Cornell University’s New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York. He led the Station’s tart cherry variety trial collection for 15 years, evaluating varieties for their promise for New York growers, and also works with the Station’s plum collection. Jay recalls a seedling apple tree that grew outside his family’s home produced apples that made ‘a nice applesauce.’ Years later, he spent two fall seasons sampling apples from the Station’s national apple collection searching for one that tasted the same. Jay didn’t find that particular apple, but did find another that also makes ‘a nice applesauce.’ The Freer Collection’s Geneva Crabapplesauce™ and Watson™ Plum Jam are both made from the fruit of Jay’s own long-established orchard in Geneva. The Tart Cherry Sorbet is a blend of three varieties sourced from an orchard in Niagara County, New York. Each recipe is a result of Jay’s professional understanding of the development of these fruits, and time in the kitchen tasting again and again. Why does Jay Freer make his Geneva Crabapplesauce™, Tart Cherry Sorbet, and Watson™ Plum Jam? Because no one else is making delicious, high-quality fruit products using these simple, unique ingredients.

http://freerprocessedfruits.com/
Golden Oaks Foods/Nunda Mustard
24 S. Church St., PO Box 7 Nunda, NY 14517
585-468-5387
http://nundamustard.com/
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.

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