Do you have 2016 dates?
Need hatch green chile near spring gfield mo
Please!!! We have a Hy-Vee, why not?
Hey Scott. Hy-Vee confirmed they will be roasting this year. Still waiting to hear about the times/dates/locations. Stay tuned!
thank goodness!! we have bee green chile starved for the most part for years!!!! my parents usually send a sack of fresh surrounded by frozen from local carlsbsd NM store . but the local st. peters post office has delivered it to the wrong location for the past two years in a row!! 🙁
Wonder if the dates have been set.
2016 dates and places please for Mo. Area
HyVee in Jefferson City, MO usually has Hatch Chiles, but they don’t roast them like back home. 🙁
Nothing in the STL area? Guess I’ll have to my own.
Nancy – What stores are in your area? I’ll reach out to them and see
In St. Louis area is Schnucks and Dierbergs. Would love one of these chains to have Hatch and roast them!!!
Sweet! Thanks for sharing
Dierbergs and Schnucks are locally owned, Walmart of course.
Lucky’s supermarkets now have them raw and roasted.
Lucky’s has closed!
Last year Price Chopper on Roe Ave had them as well as Sprouts Markets and Hy-Vee. A small store in KCK called Happy foods West (K-32) had them.
Also interested in dates/time for Springfield Hyvee!
Any body know places and dates for roasting in Kansas City area?
Will you be selling hatch green chili in st louis in 2017? In need for my nm chili fix.
We’ll hatch chile roasting be going on this year near Liberty or Kansas City Missouri.? I am a displaced Farmington New Mexican . I did get some a couple years ago in Olathe Kansas HyVee. Just hoping I can find somewhere closer this year.
Yes! Hoping to have these updated by Friday. Stay tuned.
Any roasting going on near Springfield/Branson area?? Please oh please!!
More dates and locations coming! Stay tuned.
Lees summit usually roasts the peppers, are they not going to this year???? We always buy a couple cases and freeze for use throughout the year!!!!!!
yay!!!!!! Farmington, New Mexico native . Got to have the hatch in Missouri.
Yes please come to Springfield mo. I miss your green chili.
How about eastern Missouri!?
Say, schnucks St. Peter’s 63376?
They sell in the produce area during season at 2.99 a lb but only have a limited quantity so I have to drive around to all the neighboring schnucks stores and roast them myself at home.
There are a lot of displaced New Mexican naitives and fans of the best chilie in the world.
It would be awesome if we could by frozen tubs as well, maybe the local Walmart grocery would offer both fresh and frozen or maybe a roast as well
Another vote for St Louis. Dierbergs had a small supply last year. Hoping they do again
Picked up 2.5lbs of mild at Dierbergs in Chesterfield today. Only had one variety. Hoping I find some Hot!
I found some more mild at Whole Foods in Town and Country for $1.49/lb. Bought another 3 lbs.
We left NM for MO 23 years ago. We still crave green chile, I have even gone to Colorado Springs to get some in the past. We have grown our own, but its not quite the same. We will be in Columbia to buy some this Sat.
Shure would be nice if you could sell and roast in Farmington, MO or St. Louis, MO. I think it would go over famously at Sulard Market in St. Louis.
Any way to find out prices? And the quantities they will sell by? Also saw the date for September 1st in Columbia, Mo. I usually prefer the later harvest. I’m from the Hatch area, just don’t have the opportunity to get home as much. St Louis would be a cash cow for them.
Any new locations in MO?
I love Hatch Green Chile! There is Hatch green chile in the ads for Country Mart in Salem and Price Chopper in Rolla this week. They will roast according to their schedule at the different stores. Call them to find out times.
The title says Missouri but this list is for Michigan
Good looking out Jen. I added them to the wrong page. (FIXED)
i just relocated from denver to columbia,mo. in late august,will they be here in 2019?
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