Adapting to Change

The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly altered the habits and procedures that we were formerly used to, here in America, and around the world.   For most of us, our priorities today look very different than they did just a few weeks ago. Here, at Gitto Farm and Kitchen, we were required to quickly adapt to the …

USDA Announces $19 Billion Coronavirus Food Assistance Program

On April 17, 2020,  U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today announced the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP). This new U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) program will take several actions to assist farmers, ranchers, and consumers in response to the COVID-19 national emergency. President Trump directed USDA to craft this $19 billion immediate relief program …

Tortilla Business is a Flat Out Success for Gitto Family

The following article was posted in the Wisconsin State Farmer by correspondent Gloria Hafemeister Greg and Carol Gitto…Owners of Gitto Farm n Kitchen WATERTOWN – Farm families have always worked together, sharing jobs and helping out as needed, whether in the fields, caring for livestock or repairing equipment. In other industries it would be called “cross …

Good Food Expo!

We are pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the 15th Anniversary Good Food Expo, in Chicago, on March 22nd and 23rd! Click on the link above to learn more about this huge Expo event!

New Store Locations!

We are excited to announce that we are expanding our tortilla business! We will be supplying some of the Whole Foods stores in the Chicago area! If you are one of our many valued customers, and you know folks in the Chicago are, we invite you to help us get the word out about the …

Garden Expo!

We had the opportunity to participate in the Garden Expo and Farmers Market on February 10th, at the Alliant Energy Center, in Madison, WI. Although the attendance was less than we expected, we were able to get our products in front of the public once again and also promote several of our new line of …

Study concludes that eating organic reduces cancer risk!

This article was shared from Natural News. If you’ve ever doubted whether organic food is worth the higher price tag, a study that was recently published in JAMA Internal Medicine should put your concerns to rest. In the study, French researchers showed that people who consume organic food have a 25% lower risk of developing cancer. The …