Food and Ferments is starting to emerge from its small, humble beginnings in a Truxton farmhouse by taking its fermented produce to people anywhere.
The company has expanded to a Cortland facility where they make things like sauerkraut, kimchi, and spicy pickles.
For Dave and Carly Dougherty, who took Food and Ferments full time about five years ago, fermenting is not just a hot new trend in healthy foods.
“I love the art of fermentation. There’s a science to it, but there’s also an art. There’s a lot of creativity involved,” Carly Dougherty tells NewsChannel 9.