After announcing its planned departure last month, Mount Kisco Farm has closed. Its interior, once filled with flowers, produce and Asian foods, has been stripped of its furnishings and is largely bare.
few reminders of the former business that remain are of its
The Kim family that owned the store decided to close due to a drop in business. Sonni Kim told Patch that problems included competition from grocery chains and farmers markets, along with customers being turned off by the pay stations in the nearby parking lot and a high cost of produce.