If you’re looking for locally grown produce throughout the year, stop in to our newest Premium Partner, Goodman’s Farm Market. Goodman’s Farm Market is located at 2227 Cayuga Dr. Ext., Niagara Falls, NY.
Even though it’s winter, there are still local products in stock.
Apples are one of the few produce items that are as tasty now as they were the day they were picked. Goodman’s carries apples grown in Niagara County including Empire, Crispin, Jonagold, Red Delicious, Yellow Delicious, Ida Red, Macintosh and Cortland.
Honey is another Niagara County product. The flavors vary depending on what plants the bees visited. Varieties include basswood, buckwheat, wildflower and clover. Goodman’s also carries maple syrup made in Western New York.
Gardeners who want to attract birds to their winter gardens will appreciate the handmade bird houses, the bird feeders and large variety of bird seed. In addition to five different blends of bird seed, Goodman’s carries suet, oil and striped sunflower seeds, whole corn, cracked corn and chicken feed.
For those of you who enjoy the antics of the squirrels, they carry dried field corn on the cob.
For Valentine’s Day, other holidays and anytime you want something delicious, look for Platter’s Chocolates, also made in Niagara County.
Goodman’s carries decorative items for the garden. And they have something you may not have seen elsewhere: a line of pet memorials. You can set these statues and plaques in your garden to help you remember the joy that your pet brought into your life.
This spring you’ll find a large assortment of baskets, annuals and perennials for the garden. Produce is available in season.
There’s always something new and different to notice at Goodman’s. Stop in today. It’s a short drive from Buffalo’s northern suburbs.
A family business, Goodman’s has been in operation since 1979.
Hours are 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.