LunaGrown in The Media
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Spectrum News at Goshen Farmers’ Market, August 10th, 2018
LunaGrown joins WTBQ Scott Lask & Susan Glusica , August 28th, 2018
“Wall Street to Main Street” Scott Lask & Susan Glusica on WTBQ 93.5 FM & 1110 AM. Guest Christopher Wilson of LunaGrown
LunaGrown joins Anne Maxfield of the Accidental Locavore, July 16th, 2018
Anne Maxfield is The Accidental Locavore on Pauling Public Radio 103.7 FM. Guest Christopher Wilson of LunaGrown
LunaGrown on WJGK Fox 103.1, March 6th, 2018
The Morning Show with Annika Sonic and Rose Tamberino. Guest Christopher Wilson of LunaGrown
Hudson Valley Eats - LunaGrown
Jam Notes from Pamona's Pectin - Beyond the Bread
The Valley Table - Jam In Print
THR Online - Local Author's Book Explores Jams
HV Wine Magazine - Fall 2017
The Chronicle ~ Fresh is Back
LunaGrown in Hudson Valley Magazine
Sweet and Savory Goodies For Giving
A Bountiful Fall in the Catskills
A Cheaper Way to do Nutrition Labels
Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Fall 2015
6 Local Blackberry and Apricot Jams
Rhinebeck’s Grand Cru
Christopher Wilson on Creating a Rich Life
Jammin With The Man
Adventures in Food & Wine Pairing
LunaGrown Jams the Internet
Chocolate Berry Jam
Jam it Up!
Jam Review: LunaGrown Jam
Sweet Transvestite, Jam and Vodka!
Hudson Valley Eats - LunaGrown"You have to love a brand that’s named for its (rescue) dog! ...Now I’m ready to get more experimental, with a suggestion from the book to spread the fig jam on warm whole wheat pita bread..."
Jam Notes from Pamona's Pectin - Beyond the BreadPomona's Pectin gives a shout out to LunaGrown's book Beyond the Bread!
The Valley Table - Jam In PrintJust a few jars of jam can open nearly endless possibilities for the culinary curious. - That’s what Christopher Wilson, owner of the small-batch, Cuddebackville-based LunaGrown Jam company proves in his new book,
THR Online - Local Author's Book Explores Jams“Beyond the Bread” also explores creative pairings of jams served with other foods to accompany cheese, wine - even beer - for meals and social or holiday events.
HV Wine Magazine - Fall 2017Beyond The Bread - Review "...A guide to these seductive spreadable with endless possibilities for enjoyment - well after breakfast and into the cocktail hour..."
The Chronicle ~ Fresh is BackFriday, May 20, was the grand opening of the Goshen Farmers’ Market, and the weather couldn't have been better — full sun and blue sky, and, beneath, plenty of vendors selling homegrown and homemade items.
LunaGrown in Hudson Valley MagazineThese scrumptious jams by LunaGrown didn’t last long in our office. The holiday varieties are available through January. Flavors include Cranberry, Apple, Razzleberry, Raisin, Spiced Fig, Lemon Lavender Marmalade, and Orange Marmalade with Crystallized Ginger, all handmade in small batches.
Sweet and Savory Goodies For GivingOur customers create some delectable edible goods! From butters to spreads, pickles to hot cocoa mix, finishing salts to chutneys. All are made with exceptional ingredients that bring fantastic flavor to each jar of goodness. We hope you’ll think small this holiday shopping season and support one (or more) of these small businesses!
A Bountiful Fall in the CatskillsA Farm to Table Gathering. Visual article including LunaGrown
A Cheaper Way to do Nutrition LabelsWhen Christopher Wilson needed Nutrition Facts labels for LunaGrown, his line of handmade jams, all his options were pricey and unappealing. Lab testing would cost several hundred dollars per product. Consultants and online services weren’t much cheaper. And software solutions cost thousands of dollars.
Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Fall 2015LunaGrown Jam is among the preferred purveyors for this years Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Launch on October 5th, 2015.
6 Local Blackberry and Apricot Jams"This season is all about the fresh fruits — especially blackberries and apricots, our two newest obsessions — that are ripe for the picking at the Valley’s many orchards and farms.
There’s a way to enjoy all that bounty when the temperatures begin to chill, too. Here, we list some of our favorite local jams"
Rhinebeck’s Grand CruLunaGrown mention in the Poughkeepsie Journal. LunaGrown proudly served by The Grand Cru Rhinebeck.
"Take a pretzel roll back to your table, but first order an artisan cheese and charcuterie board, served with bread, dates, almonds and the most delicious jam I’ve ever had, from the LunaGrown company."
Christopher Wilson on Creating a Rich LifeElizabeth Segran interviews LunaGrown's jam maker
"What I found is that there is a market for jam that tastes like it’s supposed to taste. People really are tired of the middle of the road processed stuff. People are changing the way they look at food in general, so while this is good for me and my product it also gives me opportunity to share what I have learned in regards to enjoying jam the way it was intended to be enjoyed."PDF Version
Jammin With The ManLunaGrown's Jam Maker get's noticed by the Valley Table 2014
"Christopher Wilson is a one-man jam guy. He started his company, LunaGrown Jam, three years ago when a friend's dog went missing, only to be found in a vast field of wild blueberries. The dog's name was Luna."
Adventures in Food & Wine PairingLunaGrown Rica Barreja gets reviewed 2014
"LunaGrown jams have an Old-World style that tastes like they’re made by a doting granny toiling in her kitchen. Rica Barreja is no exception, full of sweet and savory notes, it’s a perfect slather on crusty bread topped with a ..."
LunaGrown Jams the InternetPress Release 2014
"This year, you will still see your favorite LunaGrown Jams: free from artificial ingredients and additives, full of flavor and a healthy choice in Jam. Our mission to bring you a traditionally made jam product and retain a positive image remain strong. We are proud to begin expanding to cities and towns across America."
Chocolate Berry JamJam Recipe and tips from LunaGrown and Pomona's Pectin 2013
"Since it is that time of year for bees…. Sometimes open jam containers (anything sweet really) attract bees at otherwise fun and elegant functions. Fresh sliced cucumbers (preferably from the Farmer’s Market, not the grocery store) will keep bees at bay. Slice or carve the cucumbers at your intended function..."
LunaGrown ReviewA review by "Rachael's A World of Reviews, Giveaways, and More!" in April of 2014.
I like jam during the spring and summer seasons. I don't know why, but I do. What I really want to do at some point is learn how to cook with Jam. I was sent two different kinds of jams from LunaGrown and so far I've tried one of them. The other I need to find time and actually cook with it. All LunaGrown products are hand made. They contain no artificial flavors, colors, or additives. They are also low in sugar.
Jam it Up!LunaGrown Marmalade get noticed as a seedling product by Hudson Valley Wine 2012
"The time has come to give Marmalade a fair shake. Cooked and bottled by hand in the Hudson Valley. These jellies with bits of suspended fruit and rind are all grown up!"
Jam Review: LunaGrown JamLunaGrown Jam Review by Elizabeth Segran of FastCompany 2012
"Personality is palpable in every part of LunaGrown’s jams. Take the label, for instance. The bottle is peppered with interesting, eccentric details. There is a silhouette of dogs, surrounded by paisley and of course, a vivid image of the fruit in that particular bottle. The whole thing comes across as quirky and eclectic, bearing the mark of the jam’s maker." PDF Version
Sweet Transvestite, Jam and Vodka!LunaGrown's Rica Barreja gets noticed by Green Door Magazine 2014
"A standout local product Is Luna Grown jam from Cuddebackville, NY. Their signature jam Rica Barreja is heavenly."
- Hudson Valley Eats – LunaGrown. Hudson Valley Eats, July 2018
- Jam Notes Pomona’s Pectin – The Jam Spot, May 2018
- The Valley Table – Jam In Print. The Valley Table Magazine, November 2017
- Times Herald Record on Beyond The Bread. Times Herald Record, November 2017
- HV Wine review of The Jam Maker’s debut book Beyond the Bread. HV Wine Magazine, Sept 2017
- Farmers Market Finds Home at The Columns. The News Eagle, June 2017
- Weekend Calendar, USA Today, October 2016
- Milford Farmers Market Kicks off the Season, Milford Now, June 2016
- Fresh Is Back, The Chronicle, May 2016
- LunaGrown Winter Fun Guide, Hudson Valley Magazine, Winter 2015
- LunaGrown Gift Giving Guide, Fillmore Container, Winter 2015
- LunaGrown in Photo Shoot, Farm to Table, Visit Vortex Hudson Valley 2015
- LunaGrown on Labeling, The New Food Economy, September 2015
- LunaGrown Blackberry Jam Mention in Hudson Valley Magazine 2015
- LunaGrown Mention in the Poughkeepsie Journal 2015
- LunaGrown in The Valley Table Magazine 2014
- LunaGrown in Hudson Valley Wine Magazine 2014
- LunaGrown Press Release
- LunaGrown at A World of Reviews, April 2014
- Elizabeth Segran PH.D. interviews LunaGrown Jam Maker, August 2013 (PDF)
- LunaGrown in Pomona Pectin’s Jam Notes, May 2013
- Jam Experiments Reviews LunaGrown, September 2012 (PDF)
- LunaGrown in HV Wine Magazine 2012