Tuesday through Saturday 10am-5pm
(and we also are closed roughly the entire month of January each year)
We are always on the lookout for talented staff, if interested please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The farm was founded in 1892 and our store - Youngs Farm the Annex - specializes in selling local produce, a variety of home made fruit pies, including apple, cherry, pumpkin and peach, and other baked goods such as cookies, muffins and biscuits. Additionally the Annex stocks high quality grocery items - a variety of home made soups including chicken and tomato, a variety of jams and preserves including raspberry, strawberry and peach as well as a series of carefully selected grocery items. We also stock a selection of housewares and sweets.
As of 8/5 we have our own Peahces, Lettuce, Zucchini, Broccoli, Cucumbers, Basil, Hot and Sweet Peppers and heirloom, field and cherry Tomatoes and Sunflowers. We have local Peaches from Wickham Fruit Farm in Cutchogue. and Davis Peach Farm in Wading River. We have also have Corn from Fox Hollow Farm in Calverton, Kirby Cucumbers from Lyle Wells in Aquebogue. We have Gold and Red Beets, Orange and Purple Carrots and Parsley from Schmitts Farm in Riverhead. We have fresh bread from Sullivan Street Bakery everyday. We also offer local New England Cheese and butter, as well as fresh Mozzarella from Razzanos. We are now making Peach Pie and Peach Cake as well as Blueberry Pie and Blueberry Crumb - Apple Pie has stopped until September. In 2016 we have chosen to sign the NOFA-NY farmer's pledge - which you can read in our farmstand or online here.. We are farming organically and sustainably but are not certified organic - it is a multi year transistion process.
You can view our current pie offerings by clicking here and viewing the PDF.
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Cash, checks and all major credit cards are accepted.
For any inquiries please email us at email@example.com.
Recent Press in Newsday: October 2011 and December 2011
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