We realize that knowing where your food comes from is important to you, and that’s why our teams seek out family farms Near Our Stores that share our values and commitment to high standards. With our trusted partner network of over 125 family farms, we’re able to offer you the freshest and best-quality ingredients close to home. Meet some of our farm partners!
We realize that knowing where your food comes from is important to you, and that’s why our teams seek out family farms Near Our Stores that share our values and commitment to high standards. With our trusted partner network of over 400 family farms, we’re able to offer you the freshest and best-quality ingredients close to home. Meet some of our farm partners!
To help meet the growing demand for fresh produce that’s organic and sustainably grown, we operate our Organic Farm & Orchard to develop and share best practices with our regional partner-growers. We’re working to grow the best-tasting varieties and extend the northeastern growing seasons.
We partner with regional farmers along the east coast to deliver the season’s best produce.
Organic Produce, Eden, NY
This co-op of farms has been with Wegmans since the 1950s. Their 5th and 6th generations of farmers are proudly providing us with fresh organic fruits and vegetables.
Apples from Wolcott, NY
The 5th and 6th generations of the Fowler family tend to their Wolcott, NY, heritage acres, first planted in 1858. Since 1983, they’ve supplied us with many delicious apple varieties, including an exclusive organic Honeycrisp.
Organic Produce, Williamson, NY
Doug Mason’s farm has been in operation since 1811. Supplying organic sweet corn, squash, peppers, tomatoes, and eggplant for Wegmans since 2014.
Tomatoes, Hilton, NY
A family farm since 1960, supplying tomatoes to Wegmans since 1992.
All of the Meat from our Partner Farmers is Food You Feel Good About and raised with no antibiotics or added hormones.*
*Federal regulations prohibit the use of hormones or growth stimulants in poultry & pork.
Scott Sechler, son Scott Jr., and daughter Margo are the latest generations of a family that’s been raising chicken since 1894. They supply us with organic chicken that has been vegetarian fed and raised without antibiotics.
Beef, Cato, NY
Matt Slagle and Ed Primrose partner to run the Conquest Farm just outside of Cato, NY in Cayuga County—they grow the forage and nearly all the corn for their herd.
Beef, East Donegal, PA
Owned and operated by four generations of farmers since 1956.
Beef, Broad Run, VA
Brothers William and John Hazel rely on longtime manager Randy Bardell to run their 2nd-generation family farm. The 1950 farm is only 2 miles from Manassas, and all the corn, hay, and pasturage for the cattle is harvested from their own carefully conserved 5,000 acres.
Beef, Deerfield, VA
Todd Beck, a 4th-generation cattleman, owns and operates Marble Valley Farms with his father H.R. and son Garrett. The early 1900s farm is nestled in the Allegheny Mountains along the Shenandoah Valley; the Beck family raises its own corn and hay as year round feed for their herd. “We get to work where we live and love what we do,” says Todd.
Beef, Loysville, PA
The McMillen family has been working their heritage cattle farm since 1785. This 8th-generation cattle ranch is nestled in the mountains of Pennsylvania’s Perry County. Clee and his daughter Chloe are the 7th and 8th generation to care for the land and the animals.
Beef, West Brookfield, MA
David Salem’s family has owned the Salem Cross Farm in West Brookfield, Massachusetts since the late 1930s. Dave and his 6 siblings stay busy on their family farm.
Beef, Detour, MD
Paula Steffen Putman, her father Herman Steffen, and her children tend Black Angus cattle on her family’s 3rd-generation 1943 farm along Double Pipe Creek in Detour, MD.
We partner with regional fisherman to deliver the freshest seafood to your local Wegmans.
Shrimp & Seafood, Wanchese, NC
Fresh Catch Seafood is owned by husband-and-wife team Matt Huth and Micah Daniels. Their fishermen take short trips to ensure their shrimp and other seafood is in stores within 24 hours. We love partnering with them to bring you fresh, locally sourced seafood.
Oysters & Seafood, Boston, MA
Ben Lloyd owns Standish Shore Oyster Farm with his wife and three children. Ben has been growing high quality oysters since 2001.
Seafood, Barnegat Light, NJ
Family-owned and operated by the Larson and Puskas families, Viking Village in Barnegat Light, NJ, is just one of our trusted sustainability partners. They supply us with wild-caught swordfish, tuna, bluefish, monkfish, and scallops.
We partner with cheese makers near our stores to deliver the finest cheeses to your local Wegmans.
Founded by Kurt Beecher Dammeier in 2002, the company stays true to sourcing only local, premium milk. Beecher’s most notably partners with us on our Intense 26-Month Cheddar.
Brothers Mateo & Andy Kehler have a working dairy farm, on-site creamery and an underground aging facility to bring the best artisan cheeses to ripe perfection.
Artfully handcrafted cheeses are made with time-honored, traditional methods and the best of today’s sustainable practices.
Owned & managed by brothers Max and Trystan Sandvoss; their goat’s milk is produced by their own herd of goats and implement the most sustainable and humane agricultural practices.
Penn Yan, NY
We enjoy working with Klaas and Mary-Howell Martens to source heirloom wheats, known for their subtle sweetness and rustic texture. We then use these fine grains to craft our delicious artisan organic sourdough breads.
Penn Yan, NY
We get only the freshest organic wheat and heritage grains from fourth-generation farmers Ryan and Tim Christiansen and their family farm.