We use a weekly ordering cycle that allows customers to place orders anytime between Friday and Wednesday at 11:59PM. Producers can change inventory and make more products available during this time period, however with some inventory, quantities are limited and are sold on a first come first served basis. If you don't see what you are looking for, check back and see if inventory has changed.
*Schoharie Fresh has gift certificates. You can purchase one in any amount to be used at any pick up location of Schoharie Fresh. Just ask a staff member and we can write one up for you while you wait.
*Schoharie Fresh is closed. We will re-open for ordering on January 30th and the first customer pick up in 2015 will be February 6th. We look forward to seeing you then. Have a safe holiday season.
*Schoharie Fresh now accepts food stamps (SNAP benefits).
Schoharie Fresh is part of Schoharie Creating Healthy Places
|Weekly Ordering Times|
|Order by Wednesday December 24, 11:59 pm||pickup Friday afternoon|
|Time until order deadline:||5 days 21 hours 57 minutes|
Schoharie Fresh is an Online Farmers' Market in Cobleskill, New York. Customers: Register Here for easy access to fresh fruits, vegetables, and a variety of food products from Schoharie County.
We use a weekly ordering cycle. Once you've registered you can Log In and place your orders by midnight on Wednesdays. The site is closed on Thursdays to allow producers to update their inventory for the coming week.
Order pick-up and payment (by cash or check) occurs on Friday of each market week from:
3:00 – 5:30 p.m. at the Red Barn on Route 7 by the Fountain at SUNY Cobleskill
4:00 – 5:15 p.m. at Bethany Lutheran Church in Central Bridge, and
5:30 – 6:30 p.m. at Schoharie Presbyterian Church in Schoharie.
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"A direct connection between the producer of our food and the consumer is more important than even
with the recent concerns over food safety. The consumer can have their questions answered directly
over where and how their food is produced and by whom. The consumer dollar is kept in the community
which provides local employment and supports other local businesses."
-- Lenny Prezorski, Cold Spring Farm, Schoharie Fresh Producer