Welcome to Anarchy in a Jar

Jam, chutney, marmalade + mustard made in Brooklyn, New York.

handcrafted // all natural // urban

Anarchy is freedom from food tyranny.

Find Us

We get around. Where are we selling jam now?

BROOKLYN

Fort Greene & Clinton Hill
>Greene Grape Provisions
>Brooklyn Victory Garden
>Brooklyn Larder
Ditmas Park
>Market
Williamsburg
>Bedford Cheese Shop
Campbell's Cheese
>Dépanneur
Carroll Gardens
>Court Street Grocers
>Brooklyn Farmacy & Soda Fountain
>By Brooklyn
>Stinky
>Gourmet Fresh
Crown Heights
>Wedge
Greenpoint
>Eastern District
DUMBO
>Forager's Market
Park Slope
>Fleisher's Market
>Blue Apron
Gowanus
>Whole Foods Market

MANHATTAN

>Whole Foods, all NYC locations LES Bowery, UWS, Union Square, Tribeca, Chelsea, Columbus Circle
>Murray's Cheese in the West Village & Grand Central Terminal
>Lucy's Whey in Chelsea Market
>Nolita Mart in Chinatown
>Blue Ribbon Bakery in the West Village
>Dickson's Farmstead Meats in Chelsea Market
>Forager's Market in Chelsea
>Beecher's Handmade Cheese in Union Square
>Bedford Cheese Shop in Gramercy
>New-York Historical Society Museum Store in Upper West Side

ELSEWHERE

//BEACON//
>The Hop: Craft Beer & Artisanal Fare
//KINGSTON//
>Fleisher's Market
//LONG ISLAND, NEW JERSEY, CONNECTICUT//
>Whole Foods Market
//SAN FRANCISCO//
>Avedano's
>Heath Ceramics
//CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS//
>Central Bottle Wine & Provisions
//PHILADELPHIA//
>Di Bruno Bros
> Fede Pasta
//DC//
>Gone Native Foods
>BakeHouse
>Little Red Fox
//PORTLAND, MAINE//
> Browne Trading Company
//FLORIDA//
>Datz Deli

ONLINE

>Provisions by Food52
>Bespoke Post
>Murray's Cheese
>Forager's City Grocer
> Mouth
>Farm To People
>Tapiture
>With Love, From Brooklyn
>Little Island Kitchen
>Fresh From the Farm

Local Fruit Farms

// MAKE YOUR OWN DANG JAM //
Our favorite organic/low-spray, pick-your-own fruit farms in the Hudson Valley region of New York.

>THOMPSON-FINCH FARMS
Beautiful, organic strawberries and raspberries.
//Ancram, NY
>GARDEN OF EVE
Vegetables, fruits and flowers. Pick-your-own and farmstand. They also have a stand at Brooklyn's McCarren Park Farmer’s Market.
//North Fork, Long Island
>FISHKILL FARMS
Apples, peaches, cherries!
//Hopewell Junction, NY
>HANDSOME BROOK FARM
Raspberries and tomatoes.
//Franklin, NY
> FIX BROTHERS FRUIT
Cherries (sweet, sour or black), peaches and apples; plus a beautiful spot overlooking the Hudson River.
// Hudson, NY

*growing organic fruit in the NE is very hard, and therefore there are very few farms that do it, hence the inclusion of low-spray. We like supporting our local small farms, and encouraging them to keep growing delicious and creative fruit.

WHEN TO PICK IT
Tart Cherries: July 1-July 25
Blueberries: July 15-August 25
Summer Raspberries: July 15-August 15
Apples: Mid-July-Late October
Fall Raspberries: Sept 3-Oct 31 (or hard freeze)

Quotes from Anarchy Eaters

"Tumultuously tasty." ~Edible Brooklyn

"extraordinary preserves." ~Julia Moskin, New York Times

"In Laena McCarthy's hands, chaos is sweet." ~Tasting Table

"exceptional Strawberry Balsamic Jam." ~Cool Hunting

"a delicious and quirky play at locavorianism." ~MadeMan

"The first bite was so good, saliva literally sprayed out of my mouth." ~Halle

"Nom Nom." ~Holly

"It's amore!" ~pseudo-Italian guy

"Totally rad." ~jam loving hipster

"I've been dreaming about your jam." ~ Caroline

"Nothing compares to you." ~JB

Taste of New York at New-York Historical Society

A Taste of New-York History Launch Event

A Meet-the-Maker Artisan Marketplace
Sunday, MAY 5, Noon to 4:00 p.m.
New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West, N.Y.C.
Free!   RSVP to taste@nyhistory.org
Visit www.nyhistory.org/taste for more information

The market will feature multiple vendors, offering visitors a place to meet and mingle with the incredibly talented artisan food makers whose products are for sale in the Museum Store.  The vendors will offer samples, explain their process, and give you a history of food-making as it is happening now in New York in their kitchens and on their farms.  In telling their stories, the Museum Store continues New-York Historical Society’s discovery and preservation of agriculture’s impact on the people and communities of New York.

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