The weather is right for a good ole fashioned cookout. Celebrate the LOCAL way with everything from charcoal to chicken and everything in between!
Stand Fast Farm
Stand Fast Farm is a first-generation cattle farm owned by the Grant family. Currently they manage 150 acres and 110 head of cattle. All of their cattle is grass fed with a focus on maximizing the cows’ time at pasture. Cattle grazes on a rich blend of plants, a sustainable way to feed, as the grass fields can be raised as multi-year crops. “You are all helping us preserve part of WNY’s beautiful landscape, diverse wildlife and small scale food production, Grant says”
NY & PA
High quality poultry, raised on family farms throughout NY & PA. Birds are fed an all vegetarian diet and humanely raised in stress-free environments.
Mineo & Sapio Sausages
Established in 1920 by John Mineo, this WNY grilling staple is celebrating it’s 100th summer of pork and chicken sausages!
In 1932 Adam Maliszewski began a home delivery business that delivered ice and coal. As energy sources changed, his son Chet took over the business and expanded to include charcoal and grilling woods. Today, Mali Charcoal is led by the third generation, Jim! You’ll find Jim grilling outside the Co-op for special events- tongs in one hand and an iced tea in the other. Jim’s charcoal grilling tip is patience. Wait for the coals to ash over before you start grilling
Chiavetta’s Chicken Marinade
The history of Buffalo chicken BBQs could not be told without mentioning Chiavetta’s. Thomas and Eleanor Chiavetta were poultry farmers turned caterers in 1954. By the 1980s they were WNYs most popular chicken BBQ! The demand for Chiavetta’s lingered after BBQ season, which is what led the family to bottle their now famous sauce. Look for Chiavetta’s BBQ marinade at our stores!
Corn on the
One of the most versatile veggies you can toss on the grill is corn on the cob. Once you grill it up, go wild with seasonings and flavors that compliment the rest of your meal. Need Ideas? Start here!
Psst…. Corn on the cob is 2/$1 this week! Check our more produce deals here.