The Harvest Market Bulk Department offers a wide variety of raw and roasted nuts and seeds, grains, peas and beans. We also stock dried fruits, flours and baking items, snacks and sweets and a growing assortment of house-made snacks and mixes to enjoy with your family and friends.

Our bulk department strives to maintain high standards in freshness and quality and always offers organic and non-GMO products when they are available. To do this we are constantly learning about trusted sources, which are often small vendors and farms that adhere to the same type of standards that we do. It is an exciting thing for us to form bonds with these businesses because we can then offer the best bulk foods we can find to our customers. view more

  • Go Nuts for Nuts with Tierra Farm

    Tierra Farm is a Certified Organic manufacturer and distributor of nuts and dried fruits, located 20 miles south of Albany, New York. Their customers consist mainly of cooperatives and independently owned grocery stores that value working with an employee-owned, environmentally conscious company that manufactures its own products. Tierra Farm started as a diversified organic vegetable…

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  • Emma’s Organic Shamrock Shake

    Throw the following ingredients in blender, blend on medium, serve cold and enjoy!   1 tablespoon Frontier Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder 4 scoops Alden’s Organic Vanilla Ice Cream 2 cups Trickling Springs Organic 2% Milk 1 tsp Flavorganics Peppermint Extract ¼ cup Fresh, Chopped Mint            

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  • The Way of the Peaceful Endurance Warrior

    The Way of the Peaceful Endurance Warrior and Being an Agent of Change By Zach Chupa, Bulk Department Manager Dan Millman wrote his own experiences into the part-fictional book Way of the Peaceful Warrior where we come to understand he learns for himself, through working with his guide, Socrates, how to ask questions and challenge…

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  • Powerful Powders

    What’s easy to use, store, take along on camping trips, healthy and all natural? From our boundless Bulk Department, we now bring you Organic Air Dried Kale and Dried Sweet Potato Powders from North Bay Trading Company! These powerful powders are great for smoothies, side dishes, baked goods, soups, stews, and casseroles. What is Air…

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  • A Pinch With Purpose

    From cultivation to culinary use, our Frontier Co-op Bulk Herbs and Spices are grown and handled with care by people who are paid a fair wage in a supportive environment. When you season your dishes with Frontier herbs and spices, you can feel good to know that every pinch nourishes people and our planet. Through…

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  • GrandyOats Goes Off the Grid

    Harvest Market’s Bulk department is lucky to offer a variety of handmade Organic granolas from GrandyOats. After 14 years in its beloved, historic dairy barn in Brownfield, Maine, GrandyOats has outgrown the facility and is moving to an abandoned elementary school 12 miles down the road in Hiram, Maine to expand production and provide sufficient…

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  • Coffee That’s Grown and Roasted with Love

    Tierra Farm finds the best quality organic fair trade coffee beans from around the world, roasts them in micro batches and sells them fresh to Harvest Market and our customers. The coffee is extremely rich in flavor and refreshing, and comes in a blend and three single origin varietals: Tierra Breakfast Blend – Jump start…

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  • Bulk Up with Healthy Back to School Snacks

    Get ready for Back to School season with healthy snacks and granola from our Bulk Foods department. Old School Snacks Old School Snacks was formed in 1994 by Tom and Fran Chiappelli in Cairnbrook, Pennsylvania. The company initially made popcorn and pellet snack products for the traditional snack market. Now, they are the producers of…

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  • Carolina Rice Kitchens and Heirloom, Organic Grains

    To understand the mission of Anson Mills, it’s important to know about the Carolina Rice Kitchen. This “Rice Kitchen” is not strictly Carolinian, and it isn’t a physical kitchen, either. The term, popularized by food historian Karen Hess in her eponymous book, refers to a cuisine—one that emerged in the early 19th century along the…

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