The Coffee Connection, founded in 2001 by Nancy Sawyer-Molina, employs only women with a history of substance abuse and offers long-term, continuous support on the journey to sustained recovery.
At First Light Farm and Creamery, it’s all about the goats. The day starts just before 5 a.m. for Max and Trystan Sandvoss, who begin milking their herd of nubian, alpine, and saanen goats at 5 o’clock on the dot.
“When our customers leave the store, my hope is that their senses are aroused, that they’re excited about food, and excited to try out whatever is in their shopping bag. It’s all about satisfaction. Feeling good about what you eat.”
Hart’s has made a corporate commitment to offering as much locally sourced food as possible. And thanks to places like Headwater/Three Square Kitchen, local sourcing is becoming more and more feasible. That’s good for the local economy. Good for people’s taste buds, too.
LOANS SECURED FROM CANANDAIGUA NATIONAL BANK & TRUST AND SBA; PROCESS ASSISTED BY SEN. SCHUMER, REP. SLAUGHTER, SEN. GILLIBRAND ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Hart’s Local Grocers will soon begin construction on its 20,000-square-foot store at 10 Winthrop St., now that loans from Canandaigua National Bank & Trust and the U.S. Small Business Association have been secured. National representatives […]