I've always loved to cook, to innovate recipes and to hone my culinary skills, but when it came to food preservation, I found the science, no pun intended, "consuming".
We made value added products for years with the help of a local co-packer. When he announced retirement a few years ago we explored adding this component to our farming business.
In 2018 we expanded our value added products to include more sauces, jellies, jams, spices and gourmet foods. In 2020 we took an 1858 farmhouse on our property and began a massive restoration project. It is now the headquarters for Steepleview Farm and our bright and shiny new commercial kitchen.
As of December 2022 we became fully operational in our new facility at "The Old Coates Homestead" the circa 1858 farmhouse on the property.
Our kitchen serves as the production facility for our entire line of products. Additionally we have now ramped up our co-packer business to help others, small farmers, small batch food crafters and those seeking home based businesses, to join the fast growing "value added" food business.
Have a farm, a recipe, a product you know the public would love to gobble up? Give us a call. Or click below to learn more.
In this facility is located our commercial kitchen and food manufacturing company.
We have taken our decades of farming experience, our decades of marketing experience and brought on to our team graphics artists, Amazon consultants, social media marketing experts as well as our knowledge of how to navigate the tangled web of legal issues to provide a one stop shop for small farmers and small batch food crafters looking to take their dreams and their ideas to the world.
To discuss your dreams and how we can help make them come true contact us.