We are Now at La Bonne’s Markets!

We’re proud to inform you that Autumn Harvest LLC products can now be found at the  La Bonne’s Markets! If you’re lucky enough to visit the Nutmeg state, cruise on over to 238 Main Street South, Woodbury, CT 06798; (203)266-4202 or 22 Academy Street, Salisbury, CT 06068 (860)-435-2559 and pay the folks at La Bonne’s Markets  a visit.

La Bonne’s Markets

From the beginning, the LaBonne name became known for quality meat and fish. From these two freshness-driven categories, the LaBonne’s began venturing into other linked areas, offering a small selection of vegetables and other edibles. As their offerings grew, the matter of quality remained fixed while they gained experience in the store’s newer assortments of merchandise. The resulting customer-experience with the LaBonne family would remain one of finding consistently high-quality goods surpassed, only on occasion, by superior customer-care and service.

Fresh Veggies in Your Kitchen All Winter Long

Below are some tips and tricks to keep Connecticut Grown in your kitchen all winter long.

Visit your winter farmers’ markets.

Many farmers’ markets continue through the winter. View the Connecticut 2017/2018 Holiday and Winter markets here.

Store your products.

Hard winter squashes can keep for up to six months in a cool, dry storage space. While canning and freezing are other great options, you can still have fresh squash long into the winter if you stock up now and store it properly, but don’t be tempted to put them in the refrigerator. Check out Oregon State Extension Service’s guide to storing squash at home. Other products that store well include potatoes (make sure you keep them in the dark), radishes (without tops), parsnips, turnips, and many other root vegetables. Continue reading Fresh Veggies in Your Kitchen All Winter Long