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“A Culinary Collaborative”

Our Products

At Hudson Market on Main, we are proud that our retail products are from the great state of New York and most are from the Hudson Valley. Most of our ingredients and retail items are grown locally and organically for the freshest taste possible. We hope you stop by for our fresh made food and come home with some of our partners’ amazing products sold here at our market.

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It all started with a Buddhist and a bakery in 1982. Since then, when people say, yes, I want to work; we say yes right back.  We call it Open Hiring®-No background checks, no resumes, no interviews- and it invests in people and builds communities, businesses, and a better world. Because it’s not someone’s past that matters — it’s their future.

Greyston Bakery is proudly Kosher and B Corp Certified.

To learn more about our organization, please visit

Our brownies are known for their superior taste and pure, quality ingredients. All of our products are made without preservatives because we believe purity and freshness of food marks the highest standard. We bake everything from scratch. Our brownies are certified kosher in our verified peanut-free facility.

No artificial preservatives, flavors, sweeteners, or hydrogenated fats.

I had been a vegetarian for two decades when I found myself embarking on a whole new relationship with food — one that involved my whole family — after my son Jackson was diagnosed with Autism in 2006. I removed all dairy, gluten, grains, sugar, starches and preservatives from his diet by using the Specific Carbohydrate Diet, based on ‘Breaking the Vicious Cycle,’ by Elaine Gottschall. I carefully sourced all of his food, and prepared everything in my own kitchen. The positive changes in Jackson’s mood and health were so immediate and profound that I was hooked on the quest for knowledge about how food contributes to our mental and physical health.

When my husband was diagnosed with cancer in 2007, I dug even deeper to find ways to help my son and husband heal. I experimented further with my own diet, and adopted a raw/vegan regime that gave me renewed energy and vitality. I then implemented many of the principles of a raw/vegan lifestyle across my family’s whole diet, and took to the kitchen to innovate and create foods that were not only healthy but tasty— even to my daughter Katie, who has no specific dietary needs or restrictions.

In my search for nutrition-plus-taste, it feels like I have tested every gluten-free product on the market, but am so often disappointed by taste and/or texture that it keeps me highly motivated to produce and innovate foods that can play a role in the lives of those who favor gluten-free, vegan, and raw regimens — and simply offer nutritious alternatives to those tired of shelf-stable processed foods.

The demand for HHF has proven to be extensive, and that has only motivated me more to fill this growing need. For nearly two years, I catered to my ever-expanding customer base from my home kitchen, but by the end of 2012, demand was growing so fast that the business needed a dedicated facility. I secured a license as a commercial producer, and renovated a building in my hometown of Pound Ridge, NY to create a dedicated gluten-free facility that opened in early-2013. By June of that year, it was clear we would need even more space, and we secured an additional building in Pound Ridge — which opened in October 2013, allowing us to expand production and distribute more broadly every day.

Learn more about Healing Home Foods at their site:

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Papa is Jody Apap, long-time Red Hook resident and self-taught smoker and cook.

Jody started smoking pistachios and almonds in his back yard for commercial distribution 7 years ago and developed today’s menu by building and  refining the notion of “smoking small.” He developed a few key flavor profiles and his smoking process using applewood and charcoal on The Greig Farm.

Papa’s Best Batch is part of The Shops at Greig Farm, consisting of a craft market, farmer’s market, seasonal pick your own fruit fields as well as goat pen, hiking paths, and a jeweler’s workshop.

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Java Love Coffee Roasting Co., is a woman-owned, artisan coffee roasting company created out of a personal mission and passion for community connection and quality coffee done right.

Committed to sustainably-sourced coffee beans produced with respect for the environment and the farmers, Java Love coffee is handcrafted and roasted with heart in small batches highlighting and maintaining the quality and character of each bean.

Simply put – Java Love is committed to Coffee with Integrity.

Java Love’s Flagship Shop is located in the Sullivan Catskills, New York – just down the road from the home of the 1969 Woodstock Music Festival.

Located in the heart of Downtown Suffern, Java Love has converted the once Capital One bank into a Coffee Bar and Cafe as well as its main roastery. Stop in and enjoy freshly roasted coffees along with a farm-fresh breakfast and brunch menu while watching the beauty of our coffee roasting process.

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Finding Home Farms initially started as a blog in 2010, where Laura happily shared decorating ideas and DIY projects. While Laura was trying to figure out the world of blogging, Dana was stressed and run down doing the corporate gig. He traveled the globe in a great job, but he was never home. In 2015, the Putnam family decided it was time to start a new path by returning to their roots.   Dana grew up on a dairy farm in New Hampshire, and his favorite time of the year was the six weeks of “sugaring” when they made maple syrup.

For 14 years, the Putnams were “backyard sugar makers,” crafting just enough syrup to share with neighbors and friends. Those six weeks were always the happiest. And now they’ve turned sugar making into a full-time career, going for the BIG dream – making a life AND a living doing what they love best – crafting maple syrup and creating a welcoming home.

Finding Home Farms has now developed into a Sugarhouse, an online store, and a wholesale line. You can shop for organic maple syrup, soy candles, home decor, and holiday items right here on our site.

Let’s Talk about the details – Soy Candles
All of our candles are made from USA grown and made soy wax that is a sustainable resource.
Our wicks are all cotton
Our glass is all USA made and reusable and recyclable.
Our fragrance oils are phthalate-free, paraben-free and never tested on animals and are made from a combination of essential oils and cosmetic grade fragrance.⁠

We spend a TON of time developing our fragrances. We want it to be part of the room, but not overwhelm it. The scent you experience when you smell the candle when you open it has to match what you experience when you burn it. Our fragrances tend toward natural elements and we avoid what we call “headache” scents.

Learn more about Finding Home Farms at their site:

The Chocolate Maker
Bryan Graham is the founder of Fruition Chocolate Works and Confectionery. From a very young age, Bryan has been passionate about chocolate, pastry and food of all types. He attributes his interest in the field of baking and pastry to his grandmother, an outstanding baker. During visits to her farm in upstate New York, Bryan learned how to pick perfectly ripe ingredients and transform them into pies, cakes, jams and jellies.

At the age of 16, Bryan began an in depth study through a high school mentor program where he became an apprentice at the renowned Bear Café in Woodstock, New York. Within the first week of working beside Executive Pastry Chef Heather Haviland, Bryan confirmed his love for pastry. After showing commitment to the craft and dedication to the restaurant, Bryan was offered a permanent position as an assistant to the baker and Pastry Chef.  At age 18, after graduating high school, he took over that role.

Five years later, Bryan decided to continue with a formal education at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York. He completed his externship at Jacques Torres Chocolates in NYC. However, it wasn’t until Bryan made a tiny batch of chocolate from bean to bar with Chef Peter Greweling that an interest in the history and science of chocolate and confectionery was sparked. Since, Bryan has educated himself on the science, technique, and craft of chocolate.

In 2013, Bryan was named Top 10 Chocolatiers in North America by Dessert Professional Magazine. He and his team continue to be recognized with a multitude of awards including Good Food Awards, Academy of Chocolate Awards, and International Chocolate Awards.

Learn more about Fruition Chocolate Works at their site:

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Our mission is to change the food system by providing a reliable outlet for small farms.

We are a local food distributor based in New York’s Hudson Valley. We were founded in Kingston, NY in 2011 as Hudson Valley Harvest. Since then, we’ve delivered farm transparent local food throughout the Northeast to wholesale customers, including restaurants, catering companies, cafes, grocery stores, and schools, as well as directly to individuals and families, serving customers from Saratoga to Central New Jersey. We’re your one-stop shop for all of your favorite local foods.

In 2018, we acquired and merged with Local Bushel and Angello’s Distributing, and moved to a larger warehouse in Germantown, NY. In 2018, we also acquired and merged with Athens, NY-based Field Goods, an online retailer delivering local food to individuals at over 3,000 homes and pick-up sites per month.

By merging with Local Bushel, Angello’s Distributing, and Field Goods, we expanded our product list, grew our delivery radius, and improved our service offering. We are now providing an even bigger impact to our local farming community and making it easier for consumers to get access to local, sustainably grown, healthier food. To signify and celebrate this growth, we changed our name to Hudson Harvest in the summer of 2020.

Bringing the farm to you
We sell the highest quality, source transparent food from local farmers and producers we trust.

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Fly Honey Farms logo

Small scale apiaries can have large impacts across local communities. The goal of the Fly Honey Farms is to utilize “out” apiaries to create sustainable means to create honey, increase honey bee population and create actionable change in local communities. This particular operation was formed by a network of longtime friends in an effort to strengthen the bond between bees and the local communities they support via pollination, honey and education.

We pride ourselves on raising bees within the small spaces available within the communities, as opposed to farmland that is not within our local area. As local as local can be, we place hives on rooftops and in small gardens. Then, we put our money back into the community by selling at local markets, helping hobby beekeepers, and teaching students through our volunteer efforts. Hey, even our neighbors have told us that their flowers and gardens have become more bountiful and better quality.

Local does good.
Food quality and food equity are important.
We are committed to these ideals on a local level.

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Bill Batson is an artist, writer and activist. He has worked for non profits, labor unions and government in New York State as an organizer, writer and public relations specialist.

Bill Batson: A brief but spectacular background
Bill is a native of Nyack. His family has been here since 1890. His great-grandfather was George T. Avery, one of the first trustees of the St Phillips AME Zion Church in Nyack.

As a young man, he worked as a writer in political communications and lived in Brooklyn. He spent his commuting time sketchlogging subway riders. The sketch had to be quick since his time on the subway was limited. He used pilot ink pens, so each line was permanent whether it was perfect or not. Later, he colored the sketches with magic marker.

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Jael’s Natural was created from what felt like a forever hunt of natural skincare products. I was diagnosed at a young age with skin sensitivity to fragrance, dye and other allergens. Being born in Haiti, it was very hard for my mother to find “the” skincare product that I wouldn’t have a reaction to. To the point where she resorted to soaking plain oats to bathe with because it was so soothing. Hence why oatmeal is one of my favorite food today.

One day a soap making article popped up on my feed. I clicked on it and begun reading and watching the video. I was instantly captivated and wanted to learn more. Which in return led me to what you would say a “rabbit hole” of learning about what truly goes into our everyday skincare products. I was very surprised/shocked of my discoveries. A new passion of educating others and creating honest genuinely made natural skincare was burgeoning in me. So I bought everything that I needed to make a soap bar. There was trial, fails, testings then came success. After a great deal of positive feedback from friends and family. I decided to open my small business. I originally started with the idea of just making soap bars, then overtime other skincare products and candles were added.

Jael’s Natural skincare products are NOT mass produced. They are handmade in small batches. Our candles are hand-poured using natural soy wax, coconut blend wax, phthalate free fragrance oils that are free of toxins.

Everything that I make my heart goes into it. I hope that you come to love our products.


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Hera Bloom is a small New York based company whose purpose in crafting these creations is to show you that true love starts with self -care.

Products are all handcrafted, made with love, and the healing energy of Reiki.

We believe true love starts with self care.

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Pickling. Its the family business.

The doctor has been pickling for over three generations; it began with our grandfather, who started out making pickles in his basement. He would then sell them at Bungalow Colonies in the Catskill Mountains, and various farmers markets under the company name, Shimmy’s Pickles. Our father would later open up Paterson Pickle Co., which supplied fresh pickled products & produce to various supermarkets and restaurants.

50 years later, we are still carrying on that same tradition.

Today, Dr. Pickle sells at over 30 farmers markets and special events throughout the Tri-State Area. Although we no longer make the pickles in a basement, we still use many of our grandfather’s recipes, and, we are a producer and seller of the best pickles & pickled products around.

We’ve got everything — from pickles to peppers, olives, mushrooms & much more. We’ve got the freshest ingredients, and, just as our sign reads…

“We’ve Got The Cure For You.”

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I’m Lisa Chang, a lover of all things sweet including my three adorable boys and supportive husband.  Born and bred in Brooklyn, home always meant fresh baked cookies and bread. Nyack Sweets is my custom cake & sweet treat business. I started my business after 15 years in the fashion industry designing women’s clothing. It all changed when I brought my design aesthetic to my own children’s birthday cakes as well as holiday treats for family and friends. All of my sweets are made from scratch with quality ingredients. I love to start with a theme or color and run wild with it.  Taste and freshness are everything to me, and I enjoy creating new flavors and revisiting old time family favorites. My goal is for you to experience love with every bite of Nyack Sweets.

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Contact Info


Frank DeNardo, Manager
[email protected]
5 North Broadway (corner of Broadway and Main)
Nyack, NY

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Hours of Operation

Mon – Fri:
8:00 am – 3:00 pm
9:00 am – 3:00 pm