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Wild Alaskan Salmon from Starbird Fish

Starbird Fish Wild Alaskan Salmon

WILD SALMON
Monthly deliveries of 1 pound of wild Alaskan coho salmon

$20 / delivery

Click to learn more about our Wild Salmon, and how to cook it...

Each delivery will include one pound of salmon. Cuts include 1/2 pound fillets, 1 pound fillets, or 1/2 pound steaks of wild Alaskan coho salmon, frozen, packed in a thermal bag with ice packs to keep cold. 

About Our Wild Salmon
Starbird's coho Salmon is wild caught in one of the world’s most sustainably managed fishing areas, in the cold waters off the coast of Alaska. Their fish is packaged and frozen within 24 hours of catch to maximize freshness and quality, then shipped here to Vermont. 

Cooking with Wild Salmon
Wild Alaskan coho salmon is great for baking, broiling, or grilling, and pairs well with a wide range of flavors and seasonings. Salmon fillets are simple to prepare- they can be defrosted quickly or even cooked frozen. Each half-pound fillet will serve 1-2 people. 

Learn More: Why Wild Alaskan Fish?

Wild Alaskan Fish from Starbird Fish

WILD FISH
Monthly deliveries of 1 pound of wild Alaskan salmon + 1 pound of wild Alaskan white fish

$40 / delivery

Each delivery will include 1 pound of wild Alaskan coho salmon + 1 pound of white fish, which features cod, halibut, or rockfish. Cuts may include 1/2 pound fillets, 1/2 pound steaks, or 1 pound fillets. They will be frozen, packed in a thermal bag with ice packs to keep cold. 

About our Wild Fish 
The Starbird Fish crew fishes in one of the world’s most sustainably managed fishing areas, in the cold waters off the coast of Alaska. Their fish is packaged and frozen within 24 hours of catch to maximize freshness and quality, then shipped here to Vermont. 

Cooking with Wild Fish and Salmon
Mild, tender white fish - cod, halibut, and rockfish - is extremely versatile. It tastes great when grilled, baked, or breaded and fried, and is delicious in tacos, soups, and stews. 

Wild Alaskan salmon is great for baking, broiling, or grilling, and pairs well with a wide range of flavors and seasonings. Fillets are simple to prepare- they can be defrosted quickly or even cooked frozen. Each half-pound fillet will serve 1-2 people. 

Learn More: Why Wild Alaskan Fish?

Tortillas + Beans from Intervale Food Hub

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TORTILLAS + BEANS
Monthly deliveries of organic corn tortillas from All Souls Tortilleria + organic black beans from Vermont Bean Crafters

$9.50 / delivery

Each monthly delivery will include 8, 6" tortillas, plus one pint of cooked black beans. Tortillas from All Souls Tortilleria are made with organic corn. Grains for Hearty Heirloom tortillas are sourced from organic farms in Vermont and New York. Grains for Soft White tortillas are sourced directly from an organic family farm in Indiana.

Beans from Vermont Bean Crafters will include black beans, soldier beans, pinto beans, and possibly other varieties as well! These will be frozen, packed in a thermal bag with ice packs to keep cold.

Tortillas and black beans are naturally vegan and gluten-free.

About Our Tortillas + Beans 
All Souls tortillas are made uses the traditional nixtamal process: whole kernel corn is cooked in water with limestone, then stone-ground to unlock flavor and nutrients, and finally formed into tortillas and baked over flame. 

Vermont Bean Crafters works with small-scale, certified organic farms in Vermont, New York, and Maine. They source a variety of heirloom beans and grains from these farms. They are pre-cooked, and delivered frozen. 

Cooking with Tortillas & Beans
These tortillas and beans have quickly become staff favorites, and they're perfect for pairing with a wide range of Vermont Vegetables!

Beans can be served as a side dish, or added to soups, dips, or salads. Serve tacos or quesadillas with root vegetables and cabbage slaw, or fill with grilled or roasted vegetables, beef, pork, chicken, or fish. We also love making a large casserole with layers of tortillas, veggies, and beans! Yum!

Sausage from Maple Wind Farm

 
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SAUSAGE
Monthly delivery of 2 lbs of pasture-raised, non-GMO-fed pork sausage from Maple Wind Farm

$21.00 / delivery

Click to learn more about where our Sausage comes from and how to cook with it...

Each delivery will include two 1lb packages of pasture raised sausage, frozen, packed in a thermal bag with ice packs to keep cold. Flavors include Hot Italian, Sweet Italian, Chorizo, Andouille, Kielbasa, and Maple Breakfast sausage. 

About Our Pasture Raised Sausage 
Maple Wind Farm's heritage breed pigs are given space to "root, wallow, and cavort" in their pastures, which provides most of their diet. Pigs moved often to provide fresh pasture as needed. The rest of their diet consists of non-GMO feed, and never antibiotics or hormones.

Learn More: Why Pasture Raised Pork?

Cooking with Sausage 
You'll love the unbeatable flavor and quality of this pasture-raised sausage. Since it's seasoned, sausage will add tons of flavor to any dish. Sausage is great with eggs for breakfast, added to soups or stews, in stuffed squash, or served with braised cabbage and apples for dinner.

Ground Beef from Maple Wind Farm and Health Hero Farm

 
Intervale Food Hub Grass Fed Ground Beef
 

GROUND BEEF
Monthly delivery of 2 lbs of 100% grass fed and finished ground beef from Health Hero Farm and Maple Wind Farm

$17.00 / delivery

Each delivery will include two 1lb packages of grass fed beef, frozen, packed in a thermal bag with ice packs to keep cold.

About Our Grass Fed Ground Beef 
Maple Wind Farm and Health Hero Farm raise Angus-Devon cows using management-intensive grazing. This type of grazing means cows are moved to fresh pasture daily to ensure the best quality nutrition, while pastures are improved and grassed are regenerated. 

"100% grass fed" means grass fed and grass finished: cows are fed only grass and hay – never grains, antibiotics, or hormones. Our grass-fed ground beef is lean, nutritious, and flavorful, and a favorite kitchen staple for our members. Learn More: Why Grass Fed Beef? 

Cooking with Ground Beef
Enjoy lean and flavorful ground beef as the beginning for a great burger, meat sauce, or taco night! This is one of our member favorites, because it's so simple to prepare, and always a great crowd-pleaser.

Chicken from Maple Wind Farm

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CHICKEN
Monthly delivery of one whole, pasture-raised, non-GMO-fed chicken from Maple Wind Farm

$25.00 / delivery

Each delivery will include one whole chicken, approximately 4-4.5lbs. It will be frozen, and packed in a thermal bag with ice packs to keep cold if needed. 

About Maple Wind Farm
Maple Wind Farm chickens are raised on beautiful lush pastures in Richmond and Huntington, VT. Pasture (grasses and insects) makes up the majority of their diet, which is supplemented by non-GMO grain, trace minerals, and probiotics. Chickens are processed with care on the farm at Maple Wind Farm's state-of-the-art USDA Poultry Processing Facility, and air-chilled for flavor and quality.

Since there is an ideal season (spring and summer) for pasture-raised chicken, it is frozen for us when processed to preserve the best quality and freshness, so that it can be ready for you when you want it over the course of the year. 

 Learn More: Why Pasture Raised Chicken? 

Preparing a Whole Chicken
Roasting or slow-cooking a whole chicken is a simple way to enjoy a flavorful protein source over the course of a week. You can also break down the chicken into parts to use in different recipes, and make homemade chicken stock and more.

Cheddar Cheese from Shelburne Farms

 
Shelburne Farms Cheddar Cheese is especially yummy with bread, eggs, apples, and veggies!

Shelburne Farms Cheddar Cheese is especially yummy with bread, eggs, apples, and veggies!

 

CHEDDAR CHEESE
One half-pound block of 1-year cheddar cheese from Shelburne Farms

$7.00 / week

Shelburne Farms cheddar is made from the raw milk of their Certified Humane Brown Swiss dairy cows, who happily graze the farm's beautiful pastures. This award-winning cheese has a rich, creamy flavor balanced by the subtle bite of slightly sharp cheddar.


Cooking and Snacking with Cheese 
Cheddar is great for snacking, and is especially delicious paired with Vermont vegetables, eggs, bread, apples, and grass-fed beef burgers! 

Brown Swiss cows grazing at Shelburne Farms, with the Shelburne Inn in the background. Photo by Marshall Webb, courtesy of Shelburne Farms. Jealous? It's ok, we are too.

Brown Swiss cows grazing at Shelburne Farms, with the Shelburne Inn in the background. Photo by Marshall Webb, courtesy of Shelburne Farms. Jealous? It's ok, we are too.

Bread from Red Hen Baking Company

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BREAD
One loaf of naturally leavened, organic bread from Red Hen Baking Company, rotating varieties

$5.00 / week

Baked fresh daily! Deliveries feature a rotation of Red Hen bread varieties, including Baguette, Ciabatta, Crossett Hill, Cyrus Pringle, Mad River Grain, Multi-Grain, Pain Au Levain, Waitsfield Common, Seeded Baguette, and Whole Wheat. 

About Our Bread 
Red Hen bread is baked and delivered fresh daily. Bakers use only organic flour, water, salt, and leavening to make their delicious hand-formed traditional breads. Red Hen Baking Company sources certified organic flour, including wheat and corn, from Vermont and Quebec. They are partnering with producers to help local farms grow and produce as much local flour as possible. Most grain and flour comes from much farther away, so we're excited by the work they're doing to support local and regional grain growers!

Click here to visit Red Hen Baking Company's website for descriptions, ingredients, and to learn more about naturally leavened bread. 

Cooking and Snacking with Bread 
An essential in every household! Different flavors and textures each week will make for delicious sandwiches, sides to soup and salad, and more. If you don't eat the whole loaf of bread before it goes stale, not to worry! You can make French toast, croutons, bread crumbs, baked egg casseroles for breakfast or baked bread pudding for dessert.

Eggs from Besteyfield Farm

 
Eggs from Besteyfield Farm

EGGS
One half-dozen pasture raised eggs from Besteyfield Farm

$3.00 / week

Besteyfield Farm's hens are raised on pasture in warmer months, and in greenhouses during colder months. Their diet includes a healthy mix of grain, pasture, and food scraps from local farms and co-ops. Feeding fresh food scraps gives these hens a boost of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients, and it also helps prevent food waste from local farms and businesses!

Fun Fact: Besteyfield Farm started as an "incubator farm" in the Intervale Center's Beginning Farms program. After completing the program, Ben Butterfield and his family moved their "rather contented hens" to a farm in Hinesburg, Vermont, where they can continue to grow their business, raise happy hens, and provide us with very high-quality eggs!

Cooking with Eggs 
Eggs provide a versatile and affordable protein source at any meal of the day. Try egg sandwiches for breakfast, slice hard-boiled eggs on salad for lunch, make quick veggie omelettes for dinner, and serve up a scramble for weekend brunch! Eggs are great to have on hand for baking, too.

Hens enjoying a lush Vermont pasture & fresh food scraps at Besteyfield Farm

Hens enjoying a lush Vermont pasture & fresh food scraps at Besteyfield Farm

 

Localvore Package from the Intervale Food Hub

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LOCALVORE PACKAGE

The Localvore Package includes all the favorites in one easy package: your choice of Vermont Vegetable Package + the meat, dairy, and specialty products from the Omnivore Package + one half-dozen eggs + one loaf of bread each week.

  • Localvore Package - Starter — $61.50/week (formerly called the "Single Size")

  • Localvore Package - Variety — $69.50/week (formerly the regular/standard size)

  • Localvore Package - Value — $74.50/week (new for summer 2018!)

The difference in each package above reflects the 3 different Vermont Vegetable Packages. The Localvore Package ingredients that we add will be the same for all three sizes! Learn more about our Vermont Vegetable Packages and which is the best option for you >


Vermont Meat and Wild Alaskan Fish includes approximately 1 pound per week of...

  • grass-fed beef (ground beef, steaks, kabobs, etc.) from Health Hero Farm and Maple Wind Farm

  • pasture-raised pork (sausage, pork chops, bacon, etc.) from Maple Wind Farm

  • pasture-raised chicken (legs, thighs, or boneless breast) from Maple Wind Farm

  • wild Alaskan fish (salmon or cod) from Starbird Fish.

  • If you have a dietary restriction and would like to swap out any of the proteins listed, please let us know.

Vermont Dairy includes... 

  • Raw cows' milk cheese from Mount Mansfield Creamery

  • Shelburne Farms cheddar cheese

  • Does' Leap organic feta and chèvre goat cheese

  • Butterworks Farm organic grass-fed yogurt

  • Ploughgate Creamery cultured butter

Local Specialty Ingredients include...

  • Square Deal Farm organic maple syrup

  • BTV honey

  • Organic frozen berries from Adam's Berry Farm

  • Organic sauerkraut and kimchi from Flack Family Farm

  • Pesto, broth, and other sauces from Joe's Kitchen

  • Organic heirloom tortillas from All Souls Tortilleria

  • Organic jam from The Farm Between

  • Organic heirloom beans from Vermont Bean Crafters

  • Fat Toad Farm goats milk caramel

  • and more, from our community of Vermont farmers and food makers

Bread inlcudes... 

  • one loaf of organic Red Hen Baking Company bread each week - ciabatta, Cyrus Pringle, pain au levain, Waitsfield Common, seeded baguette, Mad River Grain, and possibly other signature varieties.

Eggs include...

  • one-half-dozen pasture-raised eggs from Besteyfield Farm each week

 

Want to see even more detail? Check out the week-by-week outline of Intervale Food Hub packages:

 

Growing and Sourcing Practices

  • All of our Vermont Vegetable Packages include 90% or more certified organic vegetables, certified organic berries, and certified organic herbs.

  • The remaining 10% is sourced from farmers and food makers who use sustainable and ethical practices that we stand behind. These foods include: mushrooms from AH Mushrooms, which are grown using organic methods, though not certified; Champlain Orchards pears, apples, and plums that are Eco Apple Certified; and vegetables grown using Vermont Ecologically Grown Practices from Lewis Creek Farm.

  • When sourcing meat and dairy items, we source food that was produced using methods that are healthy for those of us who eat the food, as well as protect Vermont's land, air, and water. We source food that food that was harvested ethically and responsibly, respecting farmers, animals, and Vermont's natural resources.

    • Beef is 100% grass fed and grass finished, from heritage breed animals (Health Hero Farm is also Humane Certified)

    • Pork is non-gmo-fed and pasture raised, from heritage breeds

    • Chicken is non-gmo-fed and pasture raised

    • Does' Leap Goat Cheese is certified organic and the goats are also pasture raised

    • Cheddar Cheese is from grass fed, Humane Certified, heritage Jersey cows

    • Butterworks Farm yogurt is 100% grass fed as well as certified organic

    • Salmon and Cod are wild caught in sustainably-managed fisheries off the coast of Alaska

  • When it comes to our specialty items, we use the same priorities listed above. We look for value-added products that come from Vermont farms, aim for a certified organic product, and always stand behind the quality, flavor, and value of every product.

  • Red Hen Baking Company sources certified organic flour, including wheat and corn, from Vermont and Quebec. Most flours come from much farther away, so we're excited by the work they're doing to support local and regional small-scale organic grain growers! This has a positive impact both on our regional natural resources, as well as our local and regional economy.

  • Eggs are pasture raised and fed a diverse diet of fruit, vegetable, and grain scraps. This improves the nutrition of the eggs, and also helps to reduce food waste from farms and co-ops

Bean Burgers from Vermont Bean Crafters

 
Photo courtesy of Vermont Bean Crafters

Photo courtesy of Vermont Bean Crafters

 

BEAN BURGERS
Monthly deliveries of hearty organic bean burgers (vegan, gluten free, and nut free)

$9.50 / delivery

Each monthly delivery will include 4 bean burgers: two Black Bean burgers + two Maple Chipotle burgers. They will be delivered frozen, packed in a thermal bag with ice packs if needed to keep cold.

About Our Bean Burgers 
Vermont Bean Crafters bean burgers are crafted with care using the best local ingredients available, including local organic vegetables and grains, as well as organic spice blends. Even their beans come from regional, small-scale organic farms! 

Cooking with Bean Burgers 
We love eating bean burgers in a variety of ways, whether between a bun, filling a taco or quesadilla, or fried up in a breakfast hash. They're great staples to quickly add protein to any meal.

Summer Flower Bouquet from Stray Cat Flower Farm

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FLOWER BOUQUET

$20 / week

Treat yourself to a weekly bouquet of summer blooms from StrayCat Flower Farm! Each bouquet will feature 12 stems in a tasteful, thoughtful, and visually interesting arrangement. Each week will showcase a variety of the freshest flowers in season, featuring a balanced combination of focal blooms, filler blossoms, and green foliage. 

Focal blooms will include sunflowers, zinnias, phlox, and more. Filler blooms will include cosmos, dianthus, and nigella, and others. Foliage will include mint, rosemary, geranium, and other greens foraged in the Intervale. Your 12-stem bouquet is the perfect size to fill a mason jar, and will be delivered in a plastic sleeve that will hold water to keep your flowers fresh in transit.

This subscription is unique to the Intervale Food Hub, and was specially designed for us by Diana Doll of Stray Cat Flower Farm. These bouquets offer a great value for their size - not to mention the care that's put into each handmade arrangement for you each week!

About StrayCat Flower Farm

StrayCat Flower farm specializes in organically grown flowers on a two acre farm in Burlington's Intervale. Stray Cat Flower Farm has been in production for nearly 30 years! Owner Diana Doll and her crew bring color and joy to the world with their beautiful flower arrangements. You'll be surprised and delighted every week!
 

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Omnivore Package from Intervale Food Hub

 
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The Omnivore Package includes your choice of Vermont Vegetable Package, paired with a wide variety of local meat, dairy, and specialty products, for a well-rounded weekly menu.

  • Omnivore Package - Starter — $53.50/week (formerly called the "Single Size")

  • Omnivore Package - Variety — $61.50/week (formerly the regular/standard size)

  • Omnivore Package - Value — $66.50/week (new for summer 2018!)

The price difference in each package above reflects the 3 different Vermont Vegetable Packages. The Omnivore Package ingredients will be the same for all three sizes! Learn more about our Vermont Vegetable Packages and which is the best option for you >


Vermont Meat and Wild Alaskan Fish includes approximately 1 pound per week of...

  • grass-fed beef (ground beef, steaks, kabobs, etc.) from Health Hero Farm and Maple Wind Farm

  • pasture-raised pork (sausage, pork chops, bacon, etc.) from Maple Wind Farm

  • pasture-raised chicken (legs, thighs, or boneless breast) from Maple Wind Farm

  • wild Alaskan fish (salmon or cod) from Starbird Fish.

  • If you have a dietary restriction and would like to swap out any of the proteins listed, please let us know.

Vermont Dairy includes... 

  • Raw cows' milk cheese from Mount Mansfield Creamery

  • Shelburne Farms cheddar cheese

  • Does' Leap Farm organic goats' milk feta and chevre

  • Butterworks Farm organic grass-fed yogurt

  • Ploughgate Creamery cultured butter

Local Specialty Ingredients include...

  • Square Deal Farm organic maple syrup

  • BTV honey

  • Organic frozen berries from Adam's Berry Farm

  • Organic sauerkraut and kimchi from Flack Family Farm

  • Pesto, chermoulah sauce, broth, and other sauces from Joe's Kitchen

  • Organic heirloom tortillas from All Souls Tortilleria

  • Organic jam & jelly from The Farm Between

  • Organic heirloom beans from Vermont Bean Crafters

  • Fat Toad Farm goats milk caramel

  • and more, from our community of Vermont farmers and food makers

Want to see even more detail? Check out the week-by-week outline of Intervale Food Hub packages:

 

Growing and Sourcing Practices

  • All of our Vermont Vegetable Packages include 90% or more certified organic vegetables, certified organic berries, and certified organic herbs.

  • The remaining 10% is sourced from farmers and food makers who use sustainable and ethical practices that we stand behind. These foods include: mushrooms from AH Mushrooms, which are grown using organic methods, though not certified; Champlain Orchards pears, apples, and plums that are Eco Apple Certified; and vegetables grown using Vermont Ecologically Grown Practices from Lewis Creek Farm.

  • When sourcing meat and dairy items, we source food that was produced using methods that are healthy for those of us who eat the food, as well as protect Vermont's land, air, and water. We source food that food that was harvested ethically and responsibly, respecting farmers, animals, and Vermont's natural resources.

    • Beef is 100% grass fed and grass finished, from heritage breed animals (Health Hero Farm is also Humane Certified)

    • Pork is non-gmo-fed and pasture raised, from heritage breeds

    • Chicken is non-gmo-fed and pasture raised

    • Does' Leap Goat Cheese is certified organic and the goats are also pasture raised

    • Cheddar Cheese is from grass fed, Humane Certified, heritage Jersey cows

    • Butterworks Farm yogurt is 100% grass fed as well as certified organic

    • Salmon and Cod are wild caught in sustainably-managed fisheries off the coast of Alaska

  • When it comes to our specialty items, we use the same priorities listed above. We look for value-added products that come from Vermont farms, prioritize certified organic products, and always stand behind the quality, flavor, and value of every product.

 

Pricing Note: Prices above reflect the average weekly value for each package. When you sign up, your grand total will include the cost for the full season, which can be paid in full or in monthly installments. The actual value for each delivery will vary slightly from week to week, depending on what is in season and the mix of ingredients each week.

 

Vermont Vegetable Packages from Intervale Food Hub

 
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A selection of seasonal organic & sustainably-grown vegetables, fruit, and herbs. We source the best food available from our community of more than 30 Vermont farmers! You'll love creating simple, healthy meals at home that focus on fresh produce. 


Single/Starter Package — $23.50 per week

  • A great fit for an individual, a college student, or pairs who want to try a smaller subscription

  • There will typically be 5 fruit & vegetable varieties each week (scroll down for examples)

  • Formerly called our "Single Size" Vermont Vegetable Package. We've given smaller, more manageable quantities of food, to lower the price while still providing a wide variety

Variety Package — $30.50 per week

  • This is our regular/standard size Vermont Vegetable Package, and the most popular subscription we offer

  • A great fit for 2-3 people, or individuals who like to cook often

  • There will typically be 6 - 8 fruit & vegetable varieties each week (scroll down for examples)

  • This package will offer the widest variety of fruits, vegetables, and herbs over the course of the season, for adventurous seasonal eaters!

Value Package New! — $36.50 per week

  • A new option for 2018!

  • A great fit for families or households with 3+ people

  • There will typically be 5 fruit & vegetable varieties in the Value Package each week (scroll down for examples)

  • This package includes larger quantities of family-friendly staples that will give you a good value, wide variety, and more servings per dollar

 

Fall/Winter 2018

Below is a list of the fresh fruit, vegetable, and herb varieties that we have planned for the Fall/Winter Season! PLEASE NOTE that this is highly subject to change based on what is harvested by our partner farms! Your weekly newsletter will tell you exactly what items are coming each week.

Items in bold show you the items that will only be featured in the Variety Package each month.

For inspiration, take a look at our 23 Favorite Fall/Winter Recipes blog post!

November

  • bouquet garni herb bundle

  • cilantro

  • apples

  • celeriac

  • mushrooms

  • carrots

  • cranberries

  • leeks

  • garlic

  • brussels sprouts

  • pears

  • bok choi

  • napa cabage

  • lettuce

  • mesclun

  • gold potatoes

  • onions

  • red kuri squash

  • red potatoes

  • shallots

  • spigariello

  • sweet potatoes

December

  • bok choi

  • carrots

  • apples

  • buttercup squash

  • red cabbage

  • braising greens mix

  • fingerling potatoes

  • mushrooms

  • garlic

  • bouquet garni herb bundle

  • watermelon radishes

  • beets

  • red onions

  • pea shoots

  • rainbow carrots

  • mesclun

  • red potatoes

  • yellow onions

January

  • braising mix greens

  • gold potatoes

  • apples

  • frozen berries

  • purple top turnips

  • carrots

  • gold potatoes

  • napa cabbage

  • meslcun

  • butternut squash

  • sunflower shoots

  • beets

  • red onions

  • onions

  • pea shoots

  • mushrooms

  • scarlet turnips

  • sweet potatoes

  • yellow onions

February

  • apple cider

  • apples

  • beets

  • braising mix greens

  • butternut squash

  • gold potatoes

  • green cabbage

  • microgreens

  • mushrooms

  • parsnips

  • rainbow carrots

  • red cabbage

  • russet potatoes

  • sunflower shoots

  • sweet potatoes

  • yellow onions

If you have food allergies, please let us know so that we can mark your account and swap for a different item.

Want to see even more detail? Check out the week-by-week outline of Intervale Food Hub packages for the Fall/Winter Season:

 

Growing Practices

You can feel good knowing that you're eating food that's good for you, good for Vermont, and good for the Earth. All of our Vermont Vegetable Packages include 90% or more certified organic vegetables, berries, and herbs.

The remaining 10% is sourced from farmers and food makers who use sustainable and ethical practices that we stand behind. These foods include:

  • Mushrooms from AH Mushrooms, which are grown using organic methods, though not certified;

  • Champlain Orchards pears, apples, and plums that are Eco Apple Certified;

  • Vegetables grown using Vermont Ecologically Grown Practices from Lewis Creek Farm.

In the rare event that we are unable to find the vegetable we’re looking for at the last minute - for example, if a farm’s harvest is off schedule - we may source from Deep Root Organic Cooperative, an Vermont business that works with organic farms in Vermont and Quebec.

Learn More about our practices for Sourcing Local Food and Filling the Gaps on the blog.


 

College Fall 2018

The College Fall Season begins the week of September 10, 2018. All College Fall subscription options are the same as our Summer subscription options. Please refer to the September and October layouts above to see what ingredients will be featured in the overlapping weeks. College Fall deliveries in November/December will overlap with 4 weeks of our Fall/Winter Season.

 

 Questions?
Not sure about what you've ordered in the past, or what will be the best fit for you? Feel free to contact us! You are also welcome to adjust your subscription during the season if you want more or less food. Call us at 660-0440 x112 or email us at intervalefoodhub@intervale.org