City Feed and Supply supports the work of Bikes Not Bombs, including BNB’s new effort to provide bikes to Village Health Workers in Amuru, a post-conflict area of Northern Uganda. Watch the video about this project here, and considering getting involved with this new project! [vimeo http://vimeo.com/32337863]
We ask Rhode Island farmers, What does success mean to you? The third video in a series of posts that follow a recent get-together with local farmers at City Feed and Supply. Get to know the farmers that grow your food, and understand more fully why they do what they do, and how they define[…]
This Thanksgiving, we offer you these recommendations for Biodynamic, organic and LOCAL wine selections to pair with New England Farmstead cheeses.
Farmers from Farm Fresh Rhode Island visit City Feed and answer, “What does Local Mean to You?”
Conversation with Our Local Farmers On our shelves, City Feed and Supply currently features over a hundred local suppliers–and the list just keeps on growing! We have begun this video series–Meet Our Local Farmers–to put our customers into conversation with many of these suppliers who provide our local food.
“There is a myth born of the craft beer movement that flavorful beer is synonymous with high alcohol.” – Chris Lohring, Founder and Brewer of Notch Brewing Before launching Notch Brewing, Chris Lohring was convinced that something had been missing of the Craft Beer movement in the United States: Session beers.