All About HudCo Provisions

By Christy Knell
October 04, 2021

First came the bread. Then came the cheese. Now, it’s time to go all-in. We’ve gathered a crew of the most friendly local purveyors of scrumptious, fresh, and carefully selected sustenance to pop-up at HudCo on Wednesday, October 20, from 11a-4p. And who knows, if this works out, we’ll do it more often! Let’s meet the starting lineup:

Bloom Healthy

Fruit and Produce — New Rochelle

Offering a selection of organic seasonal and tropical fruits, vegetables, herbs, and mushrooms. Women- and minority-owned

Bloomy Rind

Cheese, charcuterie, crackers, and preserves — Dobbs Ferry

Shop from a cheese selection expertly curated by Jessica Galen, the most educated cheesemonger of the Rivertowns (and arguably the country). Women-owned

Bucci Coffee

Fair trade, organic coffee brewery — Cortlandt Manor

Crafting the finest specialty coffee products in the world, including cold brew, whole bean, and now even ice cream!

Charlotte’s Home Kitchen

Mini cakes with dried flowers — Sparkill

A variety of cakes, many of which are gluten-free and vegan and filled with vegetables grown in her own backyard. Woman-owned

Diana Mae Flowers

Dried flowersWappingers Falls

A naturally grown, specialty cut flower operation providing fresh, seasonal bouquets to the Mid-Hudson Valley. Woman-owned


Artisanal nut milksKingston

Nut milk that is 40% nuts and oat milk  made with love from local oats in the Hudson Valley. Woman- and minority-owned

Hudson Oven

Unique bread offeringsOssining

The sourdough bread that your hometown was meant to have.

Sasha’s Seafood

Fresh fish and shellfish — Tarrytown

Seafood from Blue Ribbon Fish Co., Sasha’s family’s five-generation business out of the Fulton Fish Market in The Bronx. Woman-owned