Tim at Maple Hill Creamery has heard your cries, and with his increased production capacity he has been able to return a much missed product to the fold without affecting the reliability of the original yogurt that has been selling so well for a few years. Read all about them here: http://maplehillcreamery.com/
Speak to your sales rep about bringing them back on. Ask for a discount of you are bringing on multiple flavors!
Please don’t forget to place your order early for any deliveries occurring Christmas week! We are asking all weekly orders normally placed on Monday to instead be in by 3pm THURSDAY December 19th! As always, don’t hesitate to reach out if you think of additional items you need. However, many fresh made, just in time fulfillment items will not be available if you don’t have your order in by 3pm on Thursday. Please reach out to your sales rep for further details. Since Christmas is on a Wednesday, if you normally receive delivery that day it will change! Thank you for your business, and have a wonderful holiday season.
And while you are thinking about it… Deliveries occurring the week of New Years will be on the same early schedule. Mark those calendars, click those iPads, paste those sticky notes.
We have been on the hunt for a reliable and local milk producer who still offers a glass bottle option. Our long time customer and Rochester area institution Pittsford Farm Dairy has come through for us! The milk does have to be pre-ordered, but we are picking up at the farm twice a week so all our customers get the freshest product possible. Just give your sales rep a ring, and they can walk you through the deadlines for your delivery day.
Pittsford Farms Dairy, Full Line Feature
Pittsford Farms Dairy products have been enjoyed in homes and fine restaurants for more than a century. Today, we continue to vat-pasteurize to preserve the natural sweetness of our fresh milk and cream. This traditional method, which heats milk gently, takes more time and attention. But the exceptional flavor makes the extra effort worthwhile. Founded in 1888, Pittsford Farms Dairy continues to be a family owned and run business with a strong focus on producing high quality products. The new building which includes a retail store, a state of the art processing plant, ice cream parlor and bakery has become a local destination in Pittsford, New York. A viewing window allows the visitors to see the milk being bottled in glass bottles and ice cream being made by hand in small batches, the old fashioned way.
Let Karen from Lazy Crazy Acres regale you with the tale of this awesome seasonal featured gelato made on their Catskill Mountain farm…
“Our pumpkins come from Migliorelli Farm in the Hudson Valley. We peel and roast them here on our farm with brown sugar and warm fall spices. We’re pretty proud of the fact that we roast local pumpkins…. most pumpkin flavored stuff comes from a can or a spice jar!”
#LC850 Gelato, Pumpkin Spice 8/16oz
Two of our staff members had the privilege to go check out the facility where there is a new dedication to reviving an ancient local tradition. You can read more about the whole project here: http://iroquoiswhitecorn.org/ We plan on offering the Ganondagan corn products for wider distribution in the very near future, and we can’t wait to talk to our customers more about this great New York State project. Our office manager Ellen Stechman was kind enough to make a cornbread for us all to try with her samples, and next up we plan on making pozole!