Visiting the Hood plants in Upstate NY!

On Friday, August 4th our team headed north to visit two manufacturing facilities of HP Hood.  Hood has been a strategic Dairy partner to Price Chopper for decades; producing many of our Price Chopper and PICS dairy products. The team

Farmer Feature: Plainville Farm – Hadley, MA

Here at Price Chopper/Market 32, we have a way of celebrating the communities that we are a part of. We call it home.grown. Supporting the farmers and producers of the Northeast is something we’ve taken to heart since 1932. It’s

Farmer Feature: lēf Farms – Loudon, New Hampshire

Here at Price Chopper/Market 32, we have a way of celebrating the communities that we are a part of. We call it home.grown. Supporting the farmers and producers of the Northeast is something we’ve taken to heart since 1932. It’s

Farmer Feature: Brightwaters Farms – Utica, NY

Here at Price Chopper/Market 32, we have a way of celebrating the communities that we are a part of. We call it home.grown. Supporting the farmers and producers of the Northeast is something we’ve taken to heart since 1932. It’s

Farmer Feature: Paul Mazza Farms – Colchester, VT

Here at Price Chopper/Market 32, we have a way of celebrating the communities that we are a part of. We call it home.grown. Supporting the farmers and producers of the Northeast is something we’ve taken to heart since 1932. It’s

Farmer Feature: Maple Lane Farms – Cheshire, CT

Here at Price Chopper/Market 32, we have a way of celebrating the communities that we are a part of. We call it home.grown. Supporting the farmers and producers of the Northeast is something we’ve taken to heart since 1932. It’s

Our Day at Kinderhook Creek Farm

We had an awesome time visiting Kinderhook Creek Farm! We spent the day hanging out with Farmer Larry Eckhardt and the Kinderhook Creek Farm family to chat with our Facebook followers about sweet corn and all things produce! With Larry’s

 PICS Cheddar, Farm to Fork

  Dairy farmers are passionate people. They love their “girls”, and they have to – dairy farming is a 24-hour, 365-day per year job. Farmers are always looking for ways to take better care of their cows – literally, a