Also known as "green garlic"! Mellow and fresh, green garlic is essentially the baby version of the mature garlic we know and love. Less spicy and pungent than its mature counterpart, this young allium is sure to liven up your spring dishes. With one stalk of green garlic roughly equivalent to one clove of mature garlic, you can use it as a substitute to freshen up your dishes. Similar to green onions or scallions, you can use them raw to make dressings or top off your dish for a zip of fresh flavor.



LaCatena Verdura Fresca

LaCatena Verdura Fresca, which in Italian means “fresh vegetables” was started in 2023 by Joseph LaCatena. He wanted to grow different organic, fresh, tasty, and nutrient dense vegetables in the black dirt region of Chester, NY. Joseph was introduced to farming while attending college at SUNY Cobleskill, where he graduated with a horticulture degree. Since graduating he worked different lands throughout New York and has worked the black dirt for the past four years. The black dirt produces some of the most flavorful and nutrient dense plants around, the soil is from a drained glacial lake bottom, and contains over 30% organic matter.

With the influence of his Italian heritage and family of entrepreneurs, this is his first year with his own two-acre farm focusing on a variety of Italian vegetables such as tomato’s, eggplants, peppers, cardoons, and fennel, with plans to produce his own tomato sauce and hot sauce in the very near future.