Weekly Newsletter
June 27th, 2017
Serving Berkshire County Since 2008
Weeks like this I can’t help but feel giddy like an excited school girl and it’s all because of local fruit.

Last year we never got to taste a local cherry because the local stone fruit was devastated by the unseasonable Spring weather but this year the local farmers have been reporting that the stone fruit trees are full of blooms and looking beautiful.

This week we are excited to offer local sweet, dark red cherries and rainier cherries!
We have a good amount of cherries scheduled to arrive to us on Wednesday but there is no telling if we will receive more next week so be sure to order them online or stop in the market starting Wednesday.

We are also receiving the first local blueberries of the season! I love it when we get a week or two when local blueberries and strawberries overlap. Strawberry season is expected to end soon and blueberries will be limited this week.
As for vegetables, this is looking like the last week for local asparagus. Many of you are likely tired of it by now but keep in mind this will be it until next May. This will also be the last week we feature garlic scapes in the baskets.

As for new items, we are welcoming shelling peas this week. And the sugar snap peas are being featured in almost all of the baskets because they are incredibly crisp and sweet.

Local pickling cucumbers are arriving to us and summer squash is ramping up.

We will not have local corn in time for the July 4th holiday because of the cooler, wet Spring we had. However, starting this Wednesday we will have organic sweet corn from the Carolinas available.
local corn
4th of July Holiday
There will be no changes to our delivery and market pick up schedule for next week.

The market will be OPEN Tuesday, July 4th 10am-6pm!
Strawberries - This is it!

The local strawberry season will likely be over after July 4th, so stock up now and enjoy them through the holiday weekend!

It has been a great season but it's not quite over yet so be sure to enjoy that sweet taste of summer!
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Featured Local Produce
3 Varieties
Broccoli lovers rejoice!
This week we have 3 different varieties of local broccoli to suit everyones taste.

For those who like florets only:
Regular Crowns $2.99/lb!

For those who like tender stems with some florets:
Broccolini $3.99/lb

For those who like leafy greens with some florets:
Broccoli Raab $2.49/bunch!
3 Varieties
This week patty pan squash joins yellow squash and zucchini.

Thanksgiving Herbs 2015
6 Varieties

Over A Dozen Varieties
If you're looking for local greens and herbs, you've come to the right place.
Organic Produce Specials
$2.99 / pound
Sweet Potatoes
North Carolina
$1.99 / pound
$3.99 / package
Vidalia Onions
$1.49 / pound
$3.49 / pound
$2.99 each
Holiday Grilling Specials
Sale Online Only
10% OFF
Ground Beef
Hardwick Farm, Vermont
 $8.99 / pound
Regularly $10.19
10% OFF
Chicken Sausage
$7.69 / package
Regularly $8.69
10% OFF
Vermont Smoke & Cure
 $5.39 / package
Regularly $5.99
10% OFF
Veggie Burgers
$5.39 / package
Regularly $5.99
Libations & Cheese of the Week
Available to market & delivery customers
15% OFF
Reading Raclette
Spring Brook Farm,

Raw Cheese Aged at least Three Months


Reading is a semi-soft Raclette style cheese ideally suited for melting over vegetables, bread or meats, yet it can stand alone on any cheese plate. It offers a creamy, nutty flavor that is again unique to this cheese coming from cows grazing in Vermont pastures. 

10% OFF

2016 Judith Beck Pink

Burgenland, Austria

SALE Price $17.99

Regular Price $19.99

Grape Varietal: 65% Zweigelt and 35% Blaufräkisch


Designation: Biodynamic and Sustainable


Notes: Medium rosy-pink in color with notes of cherry, raspberry and plum on the nose and palate. Light, dry and very fresh.


Drink if you enjoy:  A light and fruit driven style of rose with fine, fruity acidity.

10% OFF
2013 Sepp Moser Sepp Zweigelt
Niederösterreich, Austria
SALE Price $14.39
Regular Price $15.99 

Grape Varietal: 100% Zweigelt


Designation: Biodynamic, Organic and Sustainable


Notes: Dark garnet red gloss with purple hues, intense wild berry aromas. Plump and juicy on the palate, with cherry-berry flavors and hints of exotic spice. A very food friendly wine for the dinner table as well as the picnic blanket.


Drink if you enjoy:  Fun and exciting red wines from Austria full of fruit and driving minerality.

10% OFF

2014 Sepp Moser Sepp Gruner Veltliner

Niederösterreich, Austria

SALE Price $14.39

Regular Price $15.99

Grape Varietal: 100% Gruner Veltliner


Designation: Organic and Sustainable


Notes: Pale lemon yellow, this wine has a touch of honey on the nose. The palate has flavors of bright lime, lemon and grapefruit with steely minerality and refreshing acidity. The wine has a surprisingly weighty texture and a mouthwatering finish.


Drink if you enjoy:  Dry, crisp old world style European white wines with wonderful structure made with great care that emphasize on the regional terrior.

10% OFF
Remain in Light Pilsner
Cambridge Brewing Company, MA
SALE Price $9.80
Regular Price $10.89 

5.0% ABV 

Craft Brewed Hoppy Pilsner. American light lagers and Pilsners are easy to drink and refreshing. They are not, however, easy for a craft brewer to make – but we are always up for a challenge. Pilsner malt and flaked rice provide sweet cereal grain notes while German and Czech hops add spiciness and a balanced bitterness to the finish. Cold fermented and aged with a German lager yeast, the palate is clean with a snappy finish. 

6-pack, 12oz cans

Local Milk 
With great sadness, we are no longer able to offer Leahey Farm, Lee, MA milk because it is no longer being bottled.

We are looking for some other options to replace this fantastic local milk.

Currently, we offer local milk from High Lawn Farm in Lee, MA and Mapleline glass bottle milk in Hadley, MA. We have also added Kimball Farm Vermont Organic milk.
Grocery Sale Items
Sale Online This Week Only
20% OFF
Coconut Milk
Native Forest
NOW $2.19 
Regularly 2.69
20% OFF 
Golden Crackers
Field Day
NOW $2.99 
Regularly $3.79
20% OFF
Nature's Path
NOW $4.29
Regularly $5.39
20% OFF
Black Beans
Field Day
NOW $1.99
Regularly $2.49

 20% OFF
Field Day
NOW $8.19
Regularly $10.19
20% OFF
Crisps Crackers
Jan's Farmhouse
NOW $4.99
Regularly $6.19
This easy garlic snap peas recipe is healthy, delicious and ready in just 8 minutes! Snap peas are, without a doubt, one of my favorite vegetables. Sweet with a terrific crunch and flavor, they’re delicious raw or lightly cooked.

  This recipe makes 4 portions and only takes about 25 minutes to throw together. It’s delicious served warm or cold.
This strawberry salsa recipe is delicious, colorful and easy to make! It’s the perfect spring or summer party appetizer.
Simple recipe to make garlic scape cream cheese to top on crostini for the grill.

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

813 Dalton Division Rd.

Dalton, MA 01226