2017 Food and Farm Festival!

Click here to register as a vendor!

Sunday, October 15, 2017
11 a.m.-4 p.m.

Join the Glens Falls Food Co-Op for our 4th annual Food & Farm Festival Sunday, October 15th, 11-4 pm in Glens Falls City Park. Co-hosted by the Glens Falls Collaborative.


Food Vendors and Farms
Live Entertainment
Non-Profit Booths
Children’s Activities
Free Samples
Non-GMO Food Drive

UPDATED: 2017 Food and Farm Festival Is Postponed Until October

Due to time constraints and obligations at the Co-Op, the Food and Farm Festival will not be held this May, but we are working to hold the festival in October.

From previous post:

From 12 to 5 p.m., we will celebrate local food, farmers, and producers with live music from local musicians, vendors, CSA sign ups, samples, raffles, demonstrations, food education, and more! Admission is free, but we will be collecting healthy, nonperishable food donations for area food pantries.

Lucy Jo’s Coffee Roasters

Our featured product this month is coffee from Lucy Jo’s Coffee Roasters!

Coffee lovers will have a lot to love at the Glens Falls Food Co-Op, thanks to this micro-roastery offering single-origin coffees and their own unique blends. All are Certified Organic, with something for just about everyone.

Single origin coffees:

  • Sumatra – full-bodied, low-acid dark roast with a syrupy mouthfeel and earthy flavor, with smoky dark chocolate undertones
  • Peru – smooth lower-acid medium roast with mild caramel sweetness and a dry cocoa undertone
  • Guatemala – silky smooth medium roast with dry cocoa notes and hints of orange (Rainforest Alliance Certified)
  • Bali – fragrant medium dark roast with mellow earthy undertones and a fruity overlay (Rainforest Alliance Certified)


  • Brain Storm Blend – smooth, lower-acid medium dark roast that’s rich and creamy.
  • Kick Pow Punch Blend – smooth medium dark roast with a nutty, chocolate roast flavor and a zingy finish
  • Brink Blend – rich and flavorful dark roast with bold taste and an oily mouthfeel
  • Bounce Ethiopian Blend – vibrant and bright medium dark roast with hints of apricot and a rich chocolate overtone
  • Happy Belly Low Acid Blend – smooth and creamy, low-acid medium dark roast with a sweet and earthy flavor and a hint of spice
  • Battenkill Breakfast Blend – smooth and crisp medium roast with a sweet, nutty undertone

Water process decaf options include Happy Belly Decaf and Decadent Decaf, a smooth and creamy medium roast.

There are three ways to get your Lucy Jo’s fix here at the Co-Op: bulk whole bean coffee, pre-ground bags, and now coffee by the cup.

Buying to brew at home? Don’t forget your Battenkill half & half and bulk sugar.

Grabbing a cup to go? Try a Dickinson’s Delights sandwich or one of our bakery items.

Food & Farm Festival

Join us for our annual Food & Farm Festival on Sunday, May 22, in Glens Falls City Park!

Click here to download the Festival Vendor application

From 12 to 5 p.m. we will celebrate local food, farmers, and producers with live music from local musicians, vendors, CSA sign ups, samples, raffles, face painting, demonstrations, food education and more! Admission is free, but we will be collecting healthy, nonperishable food donations for area food pantries.

It’s also our Grand Re-Opening at the store, located at 11 South Street. Come by during the Food & Farm Festival and pick up your “member for a day” discount card, with 5% off your next purchase at the store.

Click here to RSVP on Facebook.

Food and Farm Festival Flyer 2016-edit2

Here is a list of vendors joining us at this year’s festival:

  • Northeast Corner Herb Farm
  • Fresh Take Farm
  • Tangleroot Farm
  • Lake George Community Garden Club
  • Agricultural Stewardship Association
  • Adirondack Folk School
  • Juicin’ Jar
  • Happy Face FX
  • Rock Hill Bakehouse
  • Matt Funiciello for Congress
  • Forks Over Knives Action Group
  • Tri-County Transition Initiative
  • Usborne Books
  • Glens Falls Senior Center
  • RK Cowles Poetry
  • Holistic Mom’s Network
  • Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation
  • Cheesecakes Like No Other
  • The Traveling Vineyard
  • Adirondack Health Institute
  • Dickinson’s Delights
  • Wash Green & Clean
  • Adirondack Barkery
  • JNB Foods
  • Bald Mountain Garlic Farm
  • Acupuncture Nirvana
  • North Country Creamery
  • Balanced Holistic
  • Warren County Green Party
  • CW Botanicals
  • 4 Grove Candles
  • Palatable Pepper Products
  • Warren County Bicycling [real name?]
  • Adirondack Aromatherapy

Blueberry Oatmeal with Flax

Blueberry Oatmeal w/ Flax for 1
Monica Salafia, Dietetic Intern


  • 1 cup hot water
  • 1 Blueberry herbal tea bag to steep in the water
  • ½ cup dry old-fashioned rolled oats
  • 1 Tbsp. Flax Meal
  • 1 tsp. cinnamon
  • Blueberries for garnish


  • Pour 1 cup of hot water into a bowl (or mug).
  • Place blueberry herbal tea bag in the bowl and allow enough time for tea to infuse the water (about 1 minute). Remove before adding in dry oats.  
    Add in ½ cup of dry oats and stir gently.
  • Add in 1 tsp. cinnamon and stir.
  • Add in flax meal, blueberries… ENJOY!

Nutrition Facts: (Recipe w/ 1 Tbsp. Flax Meal)

  • Calories: 185
  • Carbohydrates: 31g
  • Fiber: 7g
  • Fat: 5g
  • Protein: 8g

No time to make this in the morning? Make it at work with a 5-cup coffee maker:

Equipment: 1 5-Cup Coffee Maker, 1 bowl, mug, or to-go container, Spoon

Ingredients:  Hot Water + Tea Bag (or Lucy Joe’s Coffee) + Oats + Extras

  • Pour Water into Coffee maker as if you were making coffee. Turn on coffee maker and place a tea bag into the coffee pot. Measure ½ cup dry oats into a bowl.
  • Pour the tea into the container with the dry oats and briefly stir so contents are evenly mixed.
  • Allow enough time for oats to undergo gelatinization (absorbing the water converting the starches into gelatinous compounds). When they appear larger and swollen you are ready to go!
  • Studies have shown light to moderate caffeine consumption increases focus and concentration, but too much can over do it. Five hundred milligrams or fewer of caffeine each day is the recommended limit to get its benefits without the jitters.

Our New Location!

We are grateful to Mike Kaidas for his support and will be opening at the Empire Theater on South Street soon! Stay tuned for our open date. We launch our membership drive in a few weeks.

The Glens Falls Chronicle reported on our new location in today’s paper which can be picked up at Rock Hill Bakehouse Café, various other local businesses, and the Chronicle’s offices on Glen Street.

Click here to read the article on us in today’s Post-Star.

Moving to Glens Falls!

We are currently working on a move to Glens Falls! We have closed our Gansevoort location and owe many thanks to Rock Hill Bakehouse owner Matt Funiciello for providing us with a rent-free incubator space to get this concept started. Stay tuned for news on our new location!