OUR CRAFTSBURY FARMSTAND
Located in the heart of Craftsbury Village at the entrance to our farm. See you from May to October!
As of April 17th, 2020 our farmstand is open
Thursday – Sunday 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm.
As of June 10th, 2020 the farmstand schedule will be open
Wednesday – Sunday 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm.
Hope to see you there!
Pete’s Greens farmstand boasts a diverse selection of our fresh organic produce, localvore products such as eggs, grains, honey, cheese, yogurt, Pete’s Pastured Meats, and more.
At the peak of the summer season, we may offer over 100 varieties of vegetables that come in colors such as cosmic purple for carrots and candy-striped pink and white for beets. The greens come bagged and tender or mature in all kinds of shapes and colors. They range from mesclun and young spinach to napa cabbage and red oak leaf lettuce. Even the standard summer fare, corn, peppers, and tomatoes, are some of the tastiest around. Because we use season extension methods you can shop many of your favorite veggies for longer than usual. The produce is stocked with the freshest available and boasts some of the sweetest flavors.
We also offer a large selection of meat from our farm and the farms of our neighbors. The animals that supply our meat are pasture-raised and therefore packed with extra nutrients.
Our farmstand is stocked with an abundance of locally produced staples. Nearly all locally sourced products are wholesome, minimally processed, and organic. Shop for rolled oats, wheat berries, various types of VT grown wheat flours (whole wheat bread flour, unbleached white flour, and a sifted wheat are commonly among the offerings), pearled barley, cornmeal, popcorn, and other assorted grain products. You’ll find maple syrup of course, and also raw honey and other VT sweeteners. Fresh bread, homemade crackers, sweet jams, and mushrooms are often available, and quite an assortment of the NEK’s best cheeses and dairy products too.
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STOP BY! LOOK FOR THE LIVING ROOF AND THE PETE’S GREENS SIGN.
For a good read about the farmstand, please check out this article The Perfect Farmstand at the blog site Nourishing Words posted in 2010.