COVID-19 Update

Food & Prescription Delivery & Pick-up Resources Serving Hadley Residents

Please note many services are overloaded and wait times may be longer than usual. 

Atlas Farm:
Offers next-day curbside pickup with online or phone ordering. Online is easiest but for people who don't have internet access we're happy to take orders over the phone! They should call our main number (413-397-3587) before 5pm the night before pickup, and they can come get their order anytime the next day (8am-7pm).

Atlas Farm is open for in-person shopping Monday thru Saturday 8am-7pm and Sunday 12-5. Masks and distancing are required.

They take SNAP/EBT and participate in the HIP program, and can process curbside orders with SNAP payment.

Mass Food Delivery:  
Farm fresh food delivered to your door. They deliver to Western Mass on a set schedule and you must order a minimum of $30 worth of food. Their delivery fee is $10.  SNAP recipients do not pay a delivery fee but they must register. 

Cornucopia Natural Wellness Market: 
Available to deliver within a 5 mi radius and for curbside pickup. Transaction done online through an online order form or ordering through Mercato on their website. 

River Valley Co-op in Northampton
River Valley Co-op reserves the hours of 9 AM-10 AM daily for older adults and people with chronic health conditions and offers curbside pickup of groceries for those 60+ or with a compromised immune system. They recommend ordering one week ahead, and then they load the groceries into your car on a scheduled pick-up date and time.  Customers may order by phone or online, and they may pay for their orders when they pick up their food with either credit cards, debit cards, or SNAP EBT cards. SNAP beneficiaries can apply for “Food For All” which would takes 10% off shopping orders.

River Valley Co- Op: 413-584-2665  
Food for All info:

State Street Fruit Store, Northampton 
State Street is offering curbside pickup through their online ordering system. There is a $15 minimum and orders must be be received by 6pm the day before. 

Stop and Shop Grocery Delivery through Peapod: 

Maple Farm Foods, Hadley: Delivery available as well as curbside pick up. Delivery fee is $10 as well as a surcharge of 10% of the total cost of your order. Clients can pay with their SNAP/EBT card only when choosing pickup option. Ordering is done through email. Call for details or assistance: 413-585-1117. 

Atkins Farm Market: Delivery and curbside pick-up available. For details: Orders may be placed online. There is a $25 minimum, a 15% assembly fee and a $15 delivery fee to residents in Hadley. You can also enroll in Mercato (link on Atkins website) to reduce your assembly fee from 15% to 10%.

Big Y Instacart: You must use an email address to sign in and time slots may be unavailable. Orders placed online only.

• Walmart Supercenter, Chicopee: The Chicopee Walmart will delivery groceries to Hadley and it also accepts EBT (SNAP benefit) card numbers. There is a $35 minimum order. Orders placed online only.

Resources for families struggling with food insecurity:

Brown Bag, a free, monthly allotment of shelf-stable food from the Food Bank of W. MA, distributed by the Hadley Senior Center. Call 586-4023 and ask for Lauren Hannigan, who can help you with the application, or call the Food Bank  directly for application assistance: (413) 247-9738 or 1-800-247-9632. There are income-based eligibility requirements.

Amherst Survival Center has a food pantry that is available to Hadley residents. New pantry shoppers may go to the ASC and register to be a part of the program and pick up food on the same day. See details here:  Assistance with the forms process is available from Lauren Hannigan, 586-4023.

Senior Mobile Nutrition Program:  The Hadley Council on Aging in partnering with the Amherst Survival Center to bring the Senior Mobile Nutrition Program to Hadley residents. This is a community driven program to assist our senior neighbors in need. This is a drive up only program and recieipients will come to the senior center on our delivery day and have items put in their trunk.  Our delivery day is the 2nd Wednesday of the month and will contain fresh produce, milk, eggs, cheese, bread, a protein of choice as well as vegetarian options. There will be approximately 70-80 lbs of goods.  If you are interested in this program and would like to sign up, contact the Amherst Survival Center at 549-3968 ext. 104 or email: 

The COA does not endorse a specific pharmacy. Please check your Prescription plan for specific restrictions and your pharmacies policies. Medications that need to be refrigerated or are considered controlled substances will not be delivered (each pharmacy below is a hyperlink to their delivery information).

Local Restaurants and Businesses - Open for delivery and take-out