Weekly Newsletter
June 6th, 2017
Serving Berkshire County Since 2008
Local strawberries are coming

We are really beginning to see more variety this week from our local farms.

New items such as bunched carrots, beets and cucumbers will be arriving this Wednesday. It looks like we'll also see the first of some local zucchini squash.

Strawberry season kicks off this week but we're never certain of how many we'll end up getting until we get to the fields Wednesday morning. So for that reason, they will likely appear in the produce baskets next week. We will be sure to post on our social media pages when they arrive to our market.
All the local farms are trying to move their bountiful GREENS and radishes so now is the best time of the year to lighter up our plates and incorporate as many different varieties of greens as possible in our diet. I like to think of greens like a soap for our insides. They help clean out all the sludge and toxins we have likely accumulated over the Winter months. I try to consume at least 3 different types of greens a day and that may seem like a lot to some people but when you add them to smoothies with some delicious fruit, it makes it easier to get your fill. 
I find the best greens for smoothies are spinach, romaine and Swiss chard. I save the spicier or more peppery greens such as arugula and watercress for salads or I add them to cooked dishes. One of the best greens for detoxifying the body is dandelion and we have added that to our offerings this week. Kale is also very good added to cooked dishes but can also be massaged or chopped into small pieces for a nice salad. If you prefer a tender, more mild kale, be sure to try Equinox Farm's baby kale.

When you consume more produce, you not only make yourself healthier but you help support our local farms so it's a win-win.

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Featured Local Produce

Bunched local orange carrots arrive this week from
Riverland Farm.

Only $2.99 / bunch!

Red Beets
Bunched local beets also return this week.

What's your favorite variety?
Chiogga striped
Gold or

All $2.99 / bunch!


We have now transitioned to offering only local herbs.
This week we welcome back Dill.

Local Basil is on sale this week for $1.99/bunch!

Local greenhouse, tomatoes are delicious!

Thanksgiving Herbs 2015
Swiss Chard
In addition to a wonderful variety of bagged (prewashed) greens, salad mixes and heads of lettuce, we also have these bunched greens:

Swiss Chard

All $2.99 / bunch!

Organic Produce Specials
Fair Trade
$3.49 / pound
Fair Trade
$2.49 / pound
Donut Peach
$1.99 each
White Mushrooms
$2.49 / pint
Hakurei Turnip
$1.99 / bunch
Beets - loose
$1.99 / pound
Organic Blueberries
from Eastern Carolina Organics in North Carolina
have a lower price!
$5.49 / pint
Organic Fruit Returning
Organic Dark Red Cherries return this Wednesday!
Cheese of the Week
Old Chatham Sheepherding Company
Chatham, NY
10% OFF
All 3 Varieties
This week only online & in market

Ewe's Blue
Old Chatham's Ewe's Blue is truly one of a kind. Made with 100% pure sheep's milk and reminiscent of Roquefort, this blue is creamy, fruity and leaves a pleasing bite.

Kinderhook Creek Mini
A pure sheep's milk, soft-ripened cheese. This bloomy rind surrounds a wonderfully creamy, earthy center that will become oozy upon reaching its peak.

Hudson Valley Camembert
Iconic Nancy's Hudson Valley Camembert is a lush blend of sheep's milk, cow's milk and cow's cream. This soft-ripened cheese is lusciously creamy, rich and buttery. 
Grocery Sale Items
Sale Online This Week Only
7th Generation
NOW $4.99 
Regularly $5.49
20% OFF
Broth - 4 Packs
NOW $4.99 
Regularly $6.19
20% OFF
NOW $4.49
Regularly $5.59
20% OFF
Coconut Flour
Bob's Red Mill
NOW $4.69
Regularly $5.89
 20% OFF
NOW $4.29
Regularly $5.29
20% OFF
The Ojai Cook
NOW $4.99
Regularly $6.29
 20% OFF
NOW $6.19
Regularly $7.69
20% OFF
Anise Seeds
NOW $4.39
Regularly $5.49
Old Chatham Sheepherding Co.
NOW $2.49
Regularly $2.79
Rhode Island Omega 3
NOW $6.99
Regularly $8.79
Wine, Cider & Beer of the Week
Available to delivery & market customers
10% OFF
Downeast Craft Cider
Cranberry Blend
Boston, MA
SALE Price $8.54
Regular Price $9.49

Hard Cider with Cranberry, 5% ABV 

FRESH-PRESSED CRANBERRIES MAKE FOR A TART, CRISP FINISH. After every batch of cranberry blend is finished and ready for the conditioning tank, a cider-maker finds Tyler and hands him a small cup. Tyler takes a sip – contemplating the flavor, the body, the finish, the metaphysical implications of spinning around a dying star on this piece of rock we call planet earth – before making the declaration as old as time itself: “more cranberry.” and so it goes, a ceremonial dash of cranberry caps the batch and it’s whisked off to a cold, bubbly destiny. 

4-pack, 12oz cans

10% OFF
Organic Box Wine

3 Varieties:

Rose Rosato

Red Sangiovese

White Grillo

Sicily, Italy

SALE Price $13.49

Regular Price $14.99

Tetra Pak packaging means more wine, less waste. Tetra Pak cartons use 54% less energy, create 80% less greenhouse gasses, produce 60% less solid waste volume and also have 92% less package weight, compared to a 750ml glass wine bottle. That's more wine for you, while having a smaller impact on the environment.

10% OFF
Great Divide
Brewing Colette
Denver, CO
SALE Price $9.98
Regular Price $11.09 

Farmhouse Saison, 7.3 %ABV 

COLETTE is our homage to the saisons that Belgian farm workers have enjoyed for centuries. Brewed with barley, wheat and rice and fermented at high temperatures with a special blend of four different yeast strains, COLETTE is fruity and slightly tart, with a dry finish that makes it that rarest of treats — a beer as refreshing as it is complex. 


2010 Great American Beer Festival, Silver Medal, French & Belgian-Style Saison

2010 Silver Australian International Beer Awards

2011 Australian International Beer Awards, Bronze Medal, Belgian and French Style Ales 


Charcuterie plate, foie gras, Indian curry, Camembert cheese. 

6-pack, 12oz cans

Summer Rose Wine Is Here
Check Out our organic selection all priced $12-$25
All of those spring ingredients — asparagus, arugula and basil — tied together perfectly to give the salad a deliciously fresh and peppery and savory flavor.  The lemon juice (and peel) gave it a bright kick of citrus.  And the feta cheese was wonderfully creamy and tied everything together perfectly.
Local Asparagus
Briefly roasting the kale gave it great flavor and an appealingly crisp texture. After portioning the rice and vegetables into bowls, we drizzled everything with a shallot vinaigrette and topped each bowl with a fried egg.
SALE on Local Eggs
Packing a powerhouse of nutrients, this light & energizing salad will have you bursting with energy. It makes a lot so you can enjoy it all week long for easy, energizing lunches.
Cauliflower Now
Nectarines and fresh blackberries turn into a summery salsa to top cumin-rubbed chicken and polenta in a dish that's special enough for weeknight entertaining. Make it a meal: Serve with a spinach salad and a crisp glass of rosé.

Thank you for supporting a small, locally owned business, our local farms and local food artisans. 
Aleisha & Brian Gibbons
Owners, Berkshire Organics, LLC

813 Dalton Division Rd.

Dalton, MA 01226