We've collaborated with two fellow women-owned, Hudson Valley, NY-based brands; Eleanor’s Best, of Garrison, and The Black Cow Coffee Company, of Croton-on-Hudson, and are proud to introduce our new Hudson Valley Breakfast Box!
Our Breakfast Box, which also makes for a delicious food gift basket, includes a delicious line-up of high-quality, vegan breakfast items, to help you, your family or friends (by sending as a gift), start the day the Dam Good™ way!
Here's what's inside the Hudson Valley Breakfast Box:
- One bag of vegan sourdough "Original White" Dam Good™ English Muffins,
- One bag of vegan sourdough "Multigrain" Dam Good™ English Muffins,
- One 8oz. jar of Eleanor's Best Strawberry Jam, from Mercurio Farms,
- One 12oz. bag of The Black Cow Coffee Company's ground "Black Cow Blend."
About Eleanor's Best:
Per their Web site, "Eleanor's Best is a Hudson Valley farm food company, located right across the Hudson River from West Point. We use the freshest ingredients to make jams and marmalade the way our grandmothers and great grandmothers made it -- slow stirred in small batches. It's the intense real deal of goodness.
Three generations of women make all of our products the old fashioned way -- by hand. We clean, cut, measure, mix, stir, ladle, water bath, and label with our own hands. We do not co-pack. In a world of fast foods, we believe in slow authentic production. We also produce everything in small batches on our farm in our Jammery to control quality. That's simply how we roll.
Eleanor's Best believes in products being locally made and sourced, when possible. We deliberately buy fruit and vegetables from family owned orchards and farms, including our own -- Mercurio Farms. We also make and use some of our own pectin, using our farm's apples. All of our pectin is GMO-free and fruit -- not grain -- based."
About The Black Cow Coffee Company:
"After many years of traveling the country immersing herself in the world of farming, cooking, and all things food, Zoe Grant returned to her hometown of Croton-on-Hudson last year to take over The Black Cow Coffee Company from her parents. She is graciously carrying on the torch of supplying delicious coffee to a close knit community, as this space has done since 1995.
On most days you can walk through the village and smell the delicious aroma of roasting coffee wafting through the streets, and if you follow the smell inside you will find our roaster, Cole Rivers, working hard to offer a rotating selection of beans to meet everyone’s tastes and needs (not to mention some of the friendliest baristas around). We pride ourselves not only in the care and attention we give to our product but also in ensuring that everyone who walks through our door feels comfortable, safe, and welcome."