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Heritage Foods USA
790 Washington Ave. PMB 303
Brooklyn, NY 11238
Tel | 718-389-0985
Fax | 718-389-0547
Email | info@HeritageFoodsUSA.com
Patrick Martins | Patrick@heritagefoodsusa.com
Serena di Liberto | Serena@HeritageFoodsUSA.com
Erin Fairbanks | Info@HeritageFoodsUSA.com
Catherine Greeley | Catherine@HeritageFoodsUSA.com
Alexes McLaughlin | Alexes@HeritageFoodsUSA.com
Mary McCarthy | Mary@HeritageFoodsUSA.com
Laura del Campo | Laura@HeritageFoodsUSA.com
Patrick MartinsPatrick Martins was born in New York City's Mount Sinai Hospital on February 10th, 1972 and has lived in the city ever since. Patrick received a Masters' Degree in Performance Studies at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. Patrick is a founder of Slow Food USA, Heritage Foods USA, Heritage Radio Network and the New York City Trivia Game. He sits on the Board of Directors of the Museum of Food and Drink and recently wrote the Carnivore's Manifesto published by Little Brown.
Serena Di Liberto
Serena Di Liberto was born in Italy in the headquarters of Slow Food where she worked for years before her move to NYC to found Slow Food USA with Patrick Martins.
She is now part of the Heritage Foods USA team and she is also a fitness instructor for Equinox Gym and New York Health and Racquet Club both located in NYC.
Catherine was born and raised outside of Boston, Massachusetts. She attended Culinary School at Johnson & Wales University and later graduated with her Bachelor's degree from Cornell University. Catherine manages the Mail Order department at Heritage Foods USA.
Alexes joined the team in November of 2013. She found the farms and mission hard to resist and decided to dedicate 2014 to helping Heritage grow its infrastructure and media presence.
In 2005, Erin moved to New York City and walked into the kitchen of Savoy offering to peel carrots. From Savoy she moved on to Gramercy Tavern, before heading north to spend a year at Flying Pigs Farm where she directed “Farm Camp at Flying Pigs Farm.” She completed her graduate degree in Urban Policy Analysis at Milano The New School in 2012.
Mary received her B.S. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Michigan. While researching biodiversity in freshwater ecosystems, she became interested in the heavy impact of our food system on the environment. She took her first step out of the lab and into the food world while researching products on the Ark of Taste for Slow Food USA. Mary joined Heritage in June of 2014 to support growth in the Mail Order department.
Laura del Campo
Laura began urban farming in 2005 while at the University of Victoria. In 2010 she returned to her family’s farm and turned horse pasture into gardens. Stonybrook Meadows Farm is now home to breeding hogs, laying hens, rabbit and seasonal produce. At the same time she earned her stripes working the line at elements, Princeton. Laura has eaten extensively in over 15 countries and is a passionate advocate of the language and culture of food. She holds international sustainability, food policy and permaculture credentials and is currently pursuing an MBA in Food Marketing at St. Joseph’s University.