Tasting Event: Saturday, April 22 with New Day Coffee and 10% Off This Week!

Join Us for a Tasting With  New Day Coffee Roasters


Saturday, April 22, 2017

Stop by this Saturday, April 22, (8am to 11am) and meet Russ Zettle, owner and coffee roaster from New Day Coffee in Wheatfield, NY. All of his coffee is roasted in small batches to bring out the best flavor for each type of bean. Many of New Day coffees come from small farms so they know the farmers are being paid a fair price for their hard work (Direct Trade, Fair Trade, Organic). Sample different roasts and chat with Russ! Perfect with your favorite pastry or croissant.

Also available starting Saturday April 22, New Day Coffee K-Cups!


This week we are offering 10% off New Day Coffee
(12oz whole bean and 2oz ground bags),
Sale runs April 17-April 23.
Give it a try this week!


Stop in for your Easter Essentials! Plus Our Easter Hours…

Easter Essentials

Stock up on these great items for your holiday weekend!


Easter lilies, tulips, & daffodils from WD Henry Farms in Eden. So pretty for your own Easter table or as a gift.

Barrel & Brine Bloody Mary Mix, delicious for Easter brunch on its own or mix with your favorite local vodka!

Bacon Bacon Bacon!  Grab a package of sliced bacon from Red Gate Grocer in the Finger Lakes. Pork sourced from small family farms. No hormones or antibiotics

We have plenty of fresh eggs from pastured chickens. Brown eggs dye beautifully with deep rich colors!


Try the Silver Medal winning Kuyahoora Creme (farmstead cream cheese) from the Jones Family Farm in Herkimer, NY. The soft cheese, made with fresh cow’s milk from the Mohawk Valley, pairs nicely with a fresh bagel or bread of choice!

Easter Hours

Good Friday 7am – 7pm
Easter Saturday 8am to 5pm
We will be closed Easter Sunday.

Happy Easter from all of us at Farmers & Artisans!

NEW Spring/ Summer Egg & Milk Share Sign Up! (April to July)

Egg & Milk Share Sign Up

egg milkSign up for another round of our delicious egg and milk shares! Next week is the last week for the current share, so it’s time to sign up for our spring/summer subscription. By prepaying for 13 weeks, you receive a discount on your egg and milk purchases. The current 13 week share will be completed the week ending April 22, and the next installment will begin the week of April 24, with the first milk share pick up starting on Wednesday, April 26. (Fresh milk and eggs arrive every Wednesday early morning.)

Why get your eggs and milk from Farmers & Artisans?

Our farm fresh brown eggs, sold by the dozen or half dozen, come from pastured hens that have not been treated with either hormones or antibiotics. Their feed is non-GMO.

The milk, in gallons and half gallons, and now quarts, is from a herd of Jersey cows that are pastured and not treated with any hormones or antibiotics. The whole milk is low-temp pasteurized and non-homogenized, preserving nutrition that is lost with ultra-pasteurization and homogenization. Note: The low-fat milk will continue to be homogenized.

Terms & Conditions: Milk is delivered on Wednesdays, therefore the milk and egg share pick up runs Wednesday to Tuesday of the following week. Please be advised that if you miss your pick up for your weekly milk share, you will forfeit your milk share for that week. Also please note that you must bring in your own egg carton weekly to fill. Please do not leave your used egg carton here. We legally cannot reuse old cartons. If you need a new carton, the price is $.35.

Click here to print the order form and drop it off with your payment at the store, or you can now sign up and pay for your egg and milk share online!
Pick up is still here at the store on Main Street.

Click here to sign up online for the Egg Share.
Click here to sign up online for the Milk Share.


We are also a drop site for First Light Creamery Dairy Share. First distribution will be April 28th and runs for 15 weeks. Visit their website for more information!

Easter Orders – Smoked Hams, Sausage, Quiche, Rolls & Flowers!

Easter Orders!
Hot Cross Buns, Dinner Rolls, Quiche, Ham, Kielbasa and Flowers

No fooling, Easter is just two weeks away!
We are offering great options for your holiday table.

Our buns, rolls, and breads are made with organic flours and sugars, creamy butter and all natural ingredients.

Hot Cross Buns
$9.00/ 1/2 doz.

Placek- $4.75
A sweet Polish yeast bread with crumble topping.

Dinner Rolls
$9.50/ doz.

9 in. Quiche – $15.95
Our handmade quiche are made with a buttery crust, delicious local cheeses and ingredients.

Choose either: Kielbasa, Potato & Cheddar
or Spinach, Feta, & Caramelized Onion

Quiche are frozen, ready for you to freshly bake at home.

Easter Daisy Hams
The smoked hams from Red Gate Grocer are grown and processed in NYS, free of nitrates, antibiotics, and hormones.

Smoked Boneless Daisy Hams (approx. 3 lbs.) – $7.99/ lb.
Order by Sunday, April 9

We will also have T-Meadow Farm smoked bone-in hams and ham steaks available (first come – first serve) in our freezer, later next week.

Farmers & Artisans Fresh Polish Kielbasa
Approx. 1 lb. (4 frozen links) – $7.99/lb.
Made with local ground pork, no hormones or antibiotics, in house by John Kudla from Avenue Boys Sausage.


Don’t forget to order your Easter plants too –
lilies, tulips, daffodils and hydrangeas!
Click here for more info.

Please place your bakery orders by Wed. April 12.
Select pick up for Friday, April 14 or Saturday, April 15.

Stop by, call us at 633-2830 or email to place your order.

Note:  We will be closed Easter Sunday.

This Week’s Featured Item: 10% Off Tart Cherry Juice Concentrate (Monday, March 27 through Sunday, April 2)

This week we are offering 10% off Singer Farm Naturals Tart Cherry Juice Concentrate (16 oz. & 32 oz.)

4c83f416-9100-476b-af4a-c4e804585cdaTart Cherry juice offers many health benefits…improving joint function, cardiovascular health, and immunity boosting. The bright-colored skin of a tart cherry contains Anthocyanins. These phytonutrients are found to be  beneficial for many inflammatory-related conditions including arthritis. Studies have shown that tart cherry consumption lowers uric acid levels which helps to relieve gout.

20-25 pounds of Montmorency cherries are used to make one 32 oz. bottle of concentrate.  One ounce of concentrate equals one serving. You can mix the concentrate with water or other favorite beverages.

Give it a try this week!

Stop by this Saturday, April 1
from 11 am to 1 pm,
for a sample of
Tart Cherry Juice Concentrate with
Tom Szulist from Singer Farms Naturals

Celebrate NYS Maple Weekend with our French Toast Saturday and 10% Off Maple Syrup All Week!


It’s maple syrup time! Nights that go below freezing, and warmer sunny days are needed for the sap to flow.  Did you know that it takes 40 gallons of maple sap, boiled down, to make one gallon of maple syrup?

Join us to celebrate NYS Maple Weekend
& support Hospice Buffalo!
This Saturday, March 25th
8 am to 1 pm

Stop in and enjoy our delicious French toast, breakfast sausage, apple sauce, and of course local maple syrup!

a la carte
French Toast -$3.00 ea.
Sausage Patty – $1.00 ea.
Apple Sauce – $1.00 ea.


A portion of sales will be donated to Hospice Buffalo.

Note: We will not be serving our breakfast sandwiches this Saturday.

In honor of NYS Maple Weekend, this week we are offering 10% off local maple syrup (available in half gallons, quarts and pints) from Wendel’s Farm in East Concord, NY and Wolf Maple in Niagara County. New York State’s unique regional climates, soils and forests produce some of the finest maple syrup in the world. 

For Maple Syrup recipes and to learn more about NYS Maple Syrup
Click Here!

This Week’s Featured Items: 10% Off Jones Family Farm Cream Cheese and Blackman Farm Concord Grape Jelly (Monday, March 6 through Sunday, March 12)

Stop in to receive 10% off the Silver Medal winning Kuyahoora Creme (farmstead cream cheese) from the Jones Family Farm in Herkimer, NY and Blackman Farm Concord Grape Jelly.

The jelly is made using a low sugar recipe to let the natural deep Concord grape flavor speak for itself.

The soft cheese, made with fresh cow’s milk from the Mohawk Valley, pairs nicely with the sweet Jelly and a crusty bread. Try with the new Elm Street Bakery Breads, delivered fresh every Tuesday by noon!