Harvest Market emphasizes selling the highest quality dairy and eggs available. Natural By Nature and Trickling Springs are our featured brands of grass-fed and local milk. Our Natural By Nature milk is certified organic and comes from a small group of family farms in nearby Lancaster and Chester counties in Pennsylvania. The cows are fed exclusively a diet of grass and hay—no grain or soy is allowed. The milk these cows produce is then low-temperature pasteurized to maximize nutrition and digestibility.

Harvest Market carries a thoughtful selection of Yogurts and Kefirs as well. The star of our yogurt selection has seven—stars that is—Seven Stars Yogurt from Kimberton PA, which is located in the northeastern tip of Chester County. As with our Maple Hill Yogurts from New York, Seven Stars Yogurts are made from whole, organic milk from grass-raised cows with the cream layer left on top. We also carry variety of non-fat, low-fat and Greek-style yogurts as well as goat milk and sheep milk yogurts. view more

  • Birchrun Blue Cheese

    Introducing… Birchrun Blue! A beloved family farmstead, American artisanal, raw milk blue cheese. Smooth and creamy, with a natural rind, and sweet and spicy notes. Delicious with a drizzle of honey, crumbled atop a salad, with plums, peaches, or even roasted brassicas, mushrooms, or fermented veggies. Birchrun Hills is a small family farm located in…

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  • New Frozen Desserts

    Warmer weather has arrived and with it come several sweet additions to our brand new dessert freezer! Coconut Bliss Ice Cream Sandwich and New Ice Cream Flavor Luna and Larry have done it again! Accompanying their line of delicious coconut milk ice creams, we welcome their newly released Vanilla Coconut Bliss Ice Cream Sandwich! Pictured…

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  • Layered Fiesta Dip

  • Norr Skyr Yogurt

    NEW FLAVORS! Plain Whole Milk Green Matcha Raspberry Rosewater We also carry Elderflower and 2% Plain. What is Skyr? Skyr means thickened milk in old Icelandic. Born out of the long cold winters faced by the Vikings more than 1,000 years ago, skyr has always been quite simple. How is it made? Raw milk is…

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  • Herb and Goat Cheese Crustless Quiches

    Thyme’s vibrant flavor enhances mild goat cheese and eggs and aromatically complements parsley’s steady flavor. Make these easy, egg-based bites up to three days in advance, and store in the fridge for a quick power breakfast on busy days. Ingredients: • 1 shallot • 1 cup packed and shredded baby spinach or kale • ½…

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  • Locatelli Pecorino Romano

    Pecorino Romano is one of the world’s oldest cheeses, dating back to Roman times when it was made for the Caesars. Locatelli Brand Pecorino Romano was first produced by the Locatelli family over 200 years ago. Unique in quality and uniformity, Locatelli is made from the finest grade sheep’s milk and aged at least nine…

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  • Go for the Kerrygold!

    March beckons Spring and all things green, which is why we’re highlighting our rich and delicious dairy grass-fed products from Kerrygold. Why do we love Kerrygold so much? Because it’s 100% grass-fed, 100% of the year! Kerrygold’s farmers take advantage of one of the longest grass-growing seasons in the world; Irish dairy cows are able…

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  • Cheesy Pepper Chive Muffins

    These vegetarian muffins are perfect for making in advance for some quick morning meals! Ingredients: 1 cup whole-wheat flour 1 cup all-purpose flour 3 teaspoons baking powder ¼ teaspoon salt Generous pinch of black pepper 1 cup milk 1 egg ½ cup chopped green onions or chives ½ cup minced red bell peppers 1 cup…

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  • Savory Oatmeal with Sausage and Cheese

    Oatmeal often gets slathered with honey or sugar and cinnamon, but you will love it with savory, satisfying cheese and sausage! Ingredients: ¾ cup low-sodium chicken broth ½ cup old-fashioned, gluten-free rolled oats 2 precooked, gluten-free chicken or turkey breakfast sausage links, sliced Pinch of ground cumin 1 tablespoon chopped green onion 2 tablespoons shredded…

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  • Organic Valley

    It all started in 1988. We were a handful of Midwest family farmers and we were fed up with the state of American agriculture. Family farms were going extinct. Our friends and neighbors around the Coulee region were discarded by a bankrupt agricultural system, and we were told to “get big, or get out!” Industrial,…

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