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We'll be at the following markets this summer/fall:

Madison Farmers Market: Thursday, July 28th, 2-7

Millburn Farmers Market: Tuesday, August 2nd, 9-3

Millburn Farmers Market: Tuesday, September 13th, 9-3
Madison Farmers Market: Thursday, September 29th, 2-7 

Millburn Farmers Market: Tuesday, October 11th, 9-3

Here's what's happening from BIG RED HOUSE!

Gazpacho is coming...we hope by late May/early June. We'll keep you posted as to when and where you can find it. 

We're now available at Key Foods in Jersey City and Aspen Market in Hoboken!

We've hit Westchester - by way of Mrs. Greens Natural Markets! You can find us in the following locations:

  • Eastchester
  • Briarcliff Manor
  • Mt. Kisco
  • Rye 
  • Tarrytown

Having trouble getting your kids to eat healthy? Check out the article we wrote for BC the mag.

Check out this article on BIG RED HOUSE from the Bergen Record/

You can find us at the following NYC supermarkets: 

  • NEW! Mrs. Greens West Village
  • Amish Market 9th Avenue

We're so thrilled to be working with 2 cafes!! Stop by for some soup or a coffee! 

  • Bagel Culture - Glen Rock, NJ
  • Kuppi Coffee - Edgewater, NJ 

December 2015

We'll be doing a healthy food tasting at Glen Rock Middle and High School.
Erica Jones, a junior at Glen Rock High School, got a grant from Sustainable New Jersey to educate kids about healthy eating. As far as our part in it, we're going into the Middle School and High School to offer kids healthy food to taste. We're going to give them Veggie Chili (with cheese and avocado of course :-), Super Tomato Soup, hot chocolate made with just chocolate and milk and either some sort of salad or roasted veggies.

They'll also get some hand-outs with:

  • the ingredients listed in Trader Joe's Organic Hot Cocoa vs. ingredients in the hot cocoa they tasted that day 
  • ingredients in a canned soup vs. ingredients in either the chili or soup they tasted that day
  • and a few recipes
This is the 4th year we've done something like this. It's amazing to see how many kids are up for tasting and when they do, they usually like what they taste. We've seen elementary-aged kids come for seconds and thirds of butternut squash soup. So many of them are used to eating "kid food"/junk but when they're given real food, they actually eat it and like it. Healthy tastes good!