Raise and sell locally grown produce. We are a seasonal business, and sell our fruits and vegetables out of the back of a truck. Currently located in the Waite’s Carwash parking lot. We typically start our season around the 1st of August and end shortly after Halloween.
Seneca Foods is North America’s leading provider of packaged fruits and vegetables, with facilities located throughout the United States. Its high quality products are primarily sourced from over 2,000 American farms. Providing seasonal and year round jobs for many in the community, Seneca is one of the factories that has provided steady employment for the area. Processing green beans for canning at their Cumberland location, the peak season usually runs from June through September, weather depending. Many of the locals will tell you that the smell of Summer in Cumberland is always tinged with a hint of beans. Seneca Foods is a parent company for a few brands you’ll find on the shelves of your local grocery store like Libby’s, Aunt Nellie’s, READ among others. For over 60 years, Seneca has brought quality foods to the table for millions of customers throughout the United States. We appreciate the big impact they make on our little community! To find out more on being part of their legacy, or the products they produce, visit their website.
Most well known for their agricultural products, Synergy Coop has a large presence in our community. From helping farmers choose the right seeds for their crops to supplying propane to keep the house toasty in the winter months they help all citizens of the area. Most recently Synergy has made a large investment in Cumberland by choosing to develop land and build a brand new Cenex gas station at the intersection of Hwy 48 & Hwy 63. The new station serves hot food, provides gas for semi’s and hopefully will attract more folks to route their trip through Cumberland. You can find out about all the services and products that Synergy has to offer by visiting their website.
Longtime expert in mushroom and things mycology, Tavis has established himself in Cumberland as our local mushroom expert. With foraged foods seeing a rise in popularity, you can get in on the fun by buying his book, purchasing a grow-at-home kit and seeing them sprout for yourself! Tavis also recently established a chapter of the Wisconsin Mycology Club up here in the northwoods for mushroom enthusiasts in this far flung corner of the state.