FRESH FROM LOCAL FAMILY FARMS TO YOUR TABLE
“If we wouldn't bring it home to our family, we won't sell it to yours.”
Stew Leonard’s has been committed to providing shoppers with high-quality produce since the early 1970s when the dairy store first began selling fruits and vegetables from local Connecticut family farms. Today, we sell more farm fresh, local produce than ever when it’s in season, and provide top quality produce from other areas when it’s not. Our customers get the best of both worlds! Wherever it comes from, it’s at the peak of freshess when we put it on our shelves.
SO DELICIOUS! PICKED THIS MORNING FOR YOUR DINNER TONIGHT
Our local corn is strictly non-GMO.
During the summer, Stew Leonard’s receives daily deliveries of local, sweet-as-sugar corn from New York and Connecticut farms. And we sell organic produce, too!
Avocados are always in season around here...
Until avocados can be grown in the tri-state area, count on Stew Leonard’s to bring you the very best from Michoacán, Mexico, where the “blooming” season is year-round. Michoacán has rich volcanic soil, the perfect amount of sunlight and rain, and a warm semi-tropical climate that gives the avocados a luscious flavor and texture!
MEET OUR GROWERS FROM DOWN ON THE FARM!
Fourth generation Long Island vegetable grower Bob Nolan operates Deer Run Farms with the help of his wife Janet, son Samuel, daughter Valerie, and Uncle Henry Lohmann. They grow spinach, cabbage, and a wide variety of lettuce: Romaine, Boston, Red Boston, Red Leaf, Green Leaf, Red Oak, Green Oak, Red Batavian, Green Batavian and French Iceberg. Whichever is your favorite, you’ll find it just-picked-fresh at Stew Leonard’s.