Our Fabulous Connecticut Artisans

Our CT Artisans provide everything from fresh caught seafood, soaps, candles, baked goods, honey, coffee, tofu, gluten-free and vegan options. Explore which of our artisans appeal to you most then jump to our store to order it up. It will be on your doorstep within the week!

Locally Grown
Certified Organic
Fresh Veggies

Local Baked Goods
CT Maple Syrup
Local Honey

Fresh Fruit
Dairy Products
Free Range Meats
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Boyle Naturals: Our vision as a woman-owned small business is to make “natural” the default for personal care. 

It is a marketplace where access, cost and lack of awareness about toxins and their health effects are not barriers to using healthy products. It’s a marketplace where the strategies and science employed by large corporations to reduce formula and production costs has long since been deployed to their natural product lines. We visualize our children’s generation shopping for products with choice, affordability, and a baseline understanding that health is the number one priority… because this generation demanded it for themselves and for their children.     
The Public Health Oath forms the backbone of our work. We care about arming individuals with information to motivate them to make a larger collective impact in the marketplace. We care about developing as people, personally and professionally, and improving the quality of life of our customers by utilizing evidence-based science in product development. 
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Brick Oven Baker: A family run, small business, helping you make awesome pizza!

Pizza is delicious fun, and we want to connect people with great products to make it more delicious and more fun.
We also discovered that people who make pizza are fun people. We appreciate getting to serve a great group of people.

We work hard to do things right, providing you with great products at fair prices. We're happy to go out of our way to help you make great food and to get you the tools that work for your situation.

We'd love to hear from you, whether you have a suggestion, or just want to say hello.
Bright Acres Farm
Bright Acres Farm: Our maple syrup is made in the Quiet Corner town of Hampton, Connecticut. It all began in the 1980's with a kid boiling sap in foil roasting pans over a 55 gallon drum stove in the back yard. The process evolved through several homemade evaporators, to an antique Grimm evaporator in an old wood shed. In 2011, we built a post and beam sugar house and installed a new state of the art, energy efficient Leader Evaporator.

While we may be operating with the most to date technology, it still takes a lot of old fashioned hard work to produce maple syrup. Thankfully, our good friends, family and neighbors are always willing to lend a helping hand.

The tradition of making maple syrup began when Native Americans cut maples and collected sap. It takes about 40 gallons of sap to make one gallon of syrup in a good year. Like fine wine the taste of syrup varies from one geographical location to another.

We hope you take pleasure in this local, sustainable, all natural product make from the bounty of the land. And remember, syrup isn't just for breakfast anymore!
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Chef Silvo Sauce: Award winning Italian sauces and cookbook. Three flavors, Sunday Sauce, Fradiavolo and Capricciosa.
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Daybreak Coffee Roasters has been roasting the finest Arabica coffees for its loyal customers since 1989. Every decision we make from coffee selection process, choosing organic coffees, Fair Trade coffees and single estate coffees, to our unique craft coffee roasting is about the taste of the coffee.
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Deep River Chips - Sold by us through a local distributer
Dough on Main: Put simply, Dough on Main, now over six years old, offers good food.

Francis Brooke-Smith, a professional chef trained at The Ritz in London and
Paris, and well known in Connecticut for his 17 years as the Executive Chef at The Bee & Thistle Inn, has realized his dream of opening a prepared foods store and catering business. Nestled in the lovely little Connecticut River town of Deep River, Dough is located at 159 Main Street, easily reached off of exit 5 on Route 9.

For fresh, made-on-premises pasta, ravioli and sauces, desserts and pastries, savory as well as sweet tarts, delicious sandwiches, warming soups, fine meats, seafood and prepared foods – main courses and side dishes – Dough on Main is the place to go. Using local purveyors as much as possible and quality ingredients, with a made-from scratch mentality and an eye to more health-conscious choices, there is something to satisfy anyone's palate from our ever-changing options.
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Farmtrue Ghee: The dream of farmtrue began as an adventure of health and healing. Kim and Lynn crossed paths on their journeys of wanting to eat better, sleep better, feel better, and live better. The strong desire to reconnect with nature and live a more healthy and meaningful life led them both to seek a deeper understanding of the root cause of disease, and to promote wellness in all areas of life.

There is a strong connection between our lifestyle choices and our health, and what we eat affects our overall health, body and mind. At farmtrue, there is a deep commitment to align people with food that is seasonally appropriate while connecting people to the source. Our farmtrue ghee is the gateway to healthy digestion…
We now have our own manufacturing and distribution center in the center of an agricultural town, providing education and opportunity in the community. As we grow farmtrue, we stay committed to sustainable sourcing and being mindful with everything we make. We hope that our story inspires yours. Here’s to your health.
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George Gee’s BBQ Sauce
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Hilltop Apairies: Produce and package pure wildflower honey and whipped honey

-Three generations Connecticut beekeepers
- From one backyard hive to 8 apiaries located on farms throughout the Farmington Valley
- Active members of Connecticut Beekeepers Association
-Kosher Parve
- Dedicated clean room inspected by the Dept. of Consumer Protection
-Top of the line stainless steel bottling and extracting equipment
-Adhere to all FDA food handling standards
-Fully Licensed and Insured
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Hosmer Mountain Beverages: Hosmer Mountain Bottling Co. was purchased in 1958 by Arthur J. Potvin from Mrs. Fred Meyer, whose husband had passed away the previous summer.

The Potvin’s then became the fourth family to run Hosmer. With the help of his wife and two eldest sons: Bill and John, Arthur began the arduous tasks that make the soda business a difficult one. He worked hard at keeping the machinery operational and the trucks on the road, blending the soda varieties, and keeping the customer happy. He learned how to make good soda with the help of a salesman and through trial and error.

All soda was made with bagged sugar in those days and dry ice was converted to gaseous CO2 for the carbonation. All cases were wooden and bottles were all heavy refillable glass bottles. Two more sons, Andrew and Chuck, joined the operation in the late 60’s.

Early changes included getting a company logo (the shield that is still used today) and going to reusable fiber cases. However, the use of glass bottles has remained constant. Many of the same flavors are still available today along with the addition of diet beverages, seltzer water, and some new trendy drinks.
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Howard’s Bread: Hand-crafted according to centuries old French baking standards
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Kettlepot Soap We are now offering curing soaps for sale on pre-order. We are a very small, woman-owned company and we greatly appreciate your business. We know that there are many places to buy handmade bath products and we are happy that you chose KPS. Our line of artisan products are designed and crafted to meet all of your skin care needs.

~ Pam

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La Bontå di Fiesole: Here is the highest quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil imported from Italy! This is your site for fine artisan-quality extra virgin olive oil, grown, pressed and bottled in Tuscany. La Bontà di Fiesole means “The Goodness of Fiesole”–Fiesole is an ancient town lying just outside of Florence, Italy–and this delicious gourmet extra virgin olive oil is made the old-fashioned way, using entirely traditional methods.

Taken from the first cold pressing and left unfiltered in order to preserve its full body, La Bontà di Fiesole extra virgin olive oil is painstakingly produced in tiny quantities from olive varieties native to Tuscany: the frantoio, the morellino, the pendolino, the morchiaiolo, the leccino. Our olive groves are centuries old, and our trees are hand-cultivated on steep slopes in the foothills of the central Italian Appenines.

This boutique extra virgin olive oil has what lovers of highest quality Italian olive oil are looking for: an intense aroma, a rich green color with glints of gold, a luscious body, a piquant flavor. Creamy in the front of the mouth and spicy as you swallow, La Bontà di Fiesole is Tuscan in style, the kind of great tasting and intensely fragrant extra virgin olive oil that is famous around the world.

La Bontà di Fiesole extra virgin olive oil is a premium product that sells in specialty food shops for premium prices. Now you can buy this exquisite extra virgin olive oil at way under retail by shopping direct from us online. Purchase or browse from our safe and secure site. Just click here for our online store, or click here to learn more about our delicious imported Tuscan extra virgin olive oil.
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Liuzzi Cheese: Puglia, Bari, Alberobello-enchanting names given to a southern Adriatic region of Italy; a place of beauty and vitality, blessed by the sun and Mediterranean ocean breezes. Inhabited for millennia, this region of Italy thrives with agricultural abundance and proud, hard-working, self reliant people such as the Liuzzi family.

The founders of our company, Pasquale and Nick Liuzzi, came to this country thirty-nine years ago. They had a dream to establish their own enterprise, producing premium quality cheeses and fine foods, reminiscent of those made by the Liuzzi family for five generations.
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Maid Organic LLC: I was raised with using only all-natural cleaning products, due to a brother with severe allergies. My mother instilled the importance of eating organic and all-natural foods as well as using all-natural products to promote a healthy body and a healthy home.

I decided to start an all-natural cleaning business not only because I love cleaning, but because I really care about the well-being of my clients as well as the environment.

As a wife, sister, daughter, and friend, I am committed to helping change our environment for the better one home at a time.
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Poduck Popcorn: In 2013, after 3 years of unsuccessful sweet corn growing, Daniel Dzen decided to plant popcorn on a 1/2 acre lot at his family's Dzen Tree Farm property. He tended to the field carefully, ensuring that the crop had everything it needed, from water to nutrients. By the fall, with the help of friends and family, each ear of popcorn was harvested by hand and stored in a drying bin. Recognizing the heft and quality of glass mason jars, Dan decided that glass was the best way to package his homegrown popcorn. He focused his attention most on quality- the popcorn had to pop just right or he wouldn't sell it. Since the popcorn was grown just feet away from the Podunk River, one of South Windsor's oldest landmarks, the brand name "Podunk Popcorn" stuck instantly.

After selling the entire crop within 3 months of harvest, Dan knew he was on to something. He began renting more land and looked for ways to boost his yields while continuing to be sustainable. Dan searched far and wide to find (or learn how to build) equipment that would ensure the best quality yet lower the price to the consumer. With the support of local businesses and numerous advisors from all over the Northeast, Podunk Popcorn has become a leader in Connecticut-Grown popcorn. Podunk Popcorn has proven that local food is fresher and tastes a whole lot better, too. 

Today, we are farming more land, buying better equipment, and sourcing better packaging. All of these components will help us combine the quality you demand with the family-farm values that you trust. 

"As Local As It Gets!"
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Raw Foods Central: Raw Food Central is different than your average health food brand because we use only raw, certified organic ingredients. We don’t just put a bunch of empty calories in a bag and stamp the word “healthy” on it – we take the time to carefully pick our ingredients and design our recipes so you get the maximum nutrition and the maximum flavor.
Afraid we’re not for you? Our roots are in raw, but that doesn’t mean we don’t understand that adopting a fully raw lifestyle takes time. That’s why we want our customers to know that no matter who you are – raw, vegan, vegetarian, or just someone looking to make better daily choices – we guarantee you’ll find it here.
What is rawsomeness? It’s the boost of energy you get from eating a tomato ripe off the vine. It’s the enjoyment you feel after you watch your kids eat a kale chip and actually like it. It’s the satisfaction you feel after you finished your salad before your meal. It’s the rush of excitement you get from crossing the finish line. It’s all the things you do daily – big or small – that make you happy, naturally.

Raw Food Central believes the best diet is the one that makes you the healthiest and happiest. That’s why we started our company.
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Real Pickles: Our Mission: We are committed to promoting human and ecological health by providing people with delicious, nourishing food and by working toward a regional, organic food system.

We aim to produce the highest quality, traditional pickled foods available, using natural fermentation. We buy our vegetables only from Northeast family farms and sell our products only within the Northeast. Our ingredients are 100% organic.
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Salento Farm: Patrick Salvati and Dorothy DeMarco have always enjoyed cooking for family and friends. They combine fresh from their farm veggies with imported ingredients and their own special culinary touch to recreate hearty and healthy foods. Now, Salento Farm is proud to bring these delectable tastes to your table.

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Shayna B by the Sea: Shayna B's By The Sea is operated out of Old Saybrook, Connecticut. Christine Reed, owner and operator, began developing her own baked goods ~ all are vegan and wheat-free/gluten-free~ when family and friends expressed frustration with finding delicious desserts that met their dietary needs.  She took her passion for baking to the streets and opened Shayna B's & The Pickle in September of 2007.  Starting as a vendor at her local farmer's market, she now delivers her products to coffee shops, local grocery stores, and area health food stores in CT.  Sample menu items include: Vanilla Almond Biscotti, Local apple and pumpkin pies, and Wheat-free Wendy's (blonde brownies).  Her baked goods have all been inspired by someone ~ somehow...so you have an idea for a new dessert??...give her a call, drop her and email...and you might just find yourself on the label of a new creation rockin' the gluten free world of desserts.  We also offer full GF Vegan catering, so we have you covered from soup through dessert! Check   out our menu on the GF Vegan
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Stonewall Apiary: Stonewall Apiary is a family-owned apiary based in Hanover, Connecticut. We keep approximately 200 honeybee colonies in the eastern Connecticut area.

We focus on the health of our bees, knowing that healthy honeybees are better producers than unhealthy ones. We sell honey, creamed honey, comb honey and chunk honey in various sizes. In addition, we also have honey and beeswax products such as honey butter, beeswax candles, beeswax wood polish and an exfoliating honey sugar scrub.
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The Bridge is notable for many reasons.

The first ingredient in all our products is unsurpassed quality. Each is made from outstanding ingredients in a richly restored tradition; slowly by hand, fresh to order, by people — not machines.

When you eat products made by The Bridge you'll notice they taste different than others you may have tried. They possess a remarkable and delicious depth of flavor. There is a difference in how you feel as well, because all of the food we make is alive. That is the most important thing we do.

All of us at The Bridge are very proud of our products. We feel they are truly superior. Once you had our tofu, tofu salad, seitan and amasake we are confident you will agree.
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Just clean, all-natural food!

Victory Dog Food is a natural, hand-made, raw food designed to bring your pet into optimal health.

Victory Dog Food meals are made with premium human-grade USDA inspected raw meats, bone, and fresh vegetables. All of our ingredients are locally sourced and our meals are produced in-house. We use no imported ingredients.

Victory Dog Food® meals are conveniently freezer packaged and can be delivered to your home or office. There are no by-products, fillers, or preservatives. We use only the freshest ingredients available.

Many conditions in dogs, such as digestive issues, skin problems, arthritis, and premature aging, can be linked to poor nutrition. Try Victory's raw dog food for a month and you won't believe the changes in your pet!
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Wild for Salmon: Since 2004 we have been fishing the pristine waters of Bristol Bay, Alaska. Wild For Salmon provides you with premium quality, flash-frozen sockeye salmon.

We are Alaska Fisherman. Bristol Bay offers the highest quality sockeye salmon. Wild For Salmon offers only premium wild seafood, direct from our boat ... to your table. Satisfaction guaranteed!
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Woodfun Gardens: Much like wine, which is made from either red or white grapes and those grapes having many varietals, it is the same with garlic. Our Garlic Salt Blends are equally unique. We make garlic salts with single garlic varietals or a blend of several varietals that we grow and taste for flavor. We then cure and grind the garlic, blend it with Kosher salt and pepper and dehydrate it at lower temperatures for 36 hours to preserve the flavor and health benefits of the garlic. The garlic salt you get today from WoodFun Gardens, like wine, is selected for the flavor of the garlic and blended one batch at a time. Currently we have blends that include Carpathian, Blossom and Chesnok Hard Neck cultivars and Chet’s Italian and Kettle River Soft Neck cultivars, as well as PURE dehydrated Elephant Garlic!
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Woodstock Hill Preserves: Woodstock Hill Preserves is tucked away in a part of Connecticut that’s aptly called The Quiet Corner, where we’ve been making jam for over 40 years.
Woodstock Hill Preserves uses only first-quality fruit, direct from the farmer, and carefully hand-inspects each piece of fruit that goes into our preserves.  Only undamaged fruit at the peak of ripeness is used.  We never add water, fillers, artificial flavor, artificial color, or preservatives.  We limit the size of our batches, because small batches, slowly simmered, permit us to maintain the integrity of the ingredients, and to ensure the best possible flavor.
Woodstock Hill Preserves makes fresh homemade fruit preserves– goodness collected from the
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YUMI Eco Solutions: Yumi EcoSolutions is building a cleaner, healthier world now and for future generations by replacing petroleum-based plastics with new and revolutionary bio-materials. 
Combining beauty with function to meet everyday needs with plant-based alternatives to keep pollutants out of landfills, oceans and skies. 
Together with our earth conscious consumers, Yumi is leading the development of innovative, state-of-the-art products that contribute to a better, cleaner world for all.
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  • If you’re ever not happy with something...don't get mad! Tell us...and we’ll make it right every time.