Harvest Market emphasizes selling the highest quality dairy and eggs available. 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

  • S’more Cheese, Please!

    With fall in the air, but summer still on the mind, I’ve got s’mores on the brain! What better way to hold on to summer a bit longer, than by playing around with a childhood favorite? Behold the s’more: Graham cracker, chocolate, marshmallow. With or without a campfire, for fun I like to use cheese…

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  • Tomato, Peach and Basil Pesto Pizza

    Stone fruits are such gems of summer produce! You’ve had them in dessert or right off the tree, but have you ever thought of putting them on pizza? Lean into the combination of sweet and savory with this tasty Tomato, Peach, and Basil Pesto Pizza. Utilize your favorite pizza dough and brush it with pesto,…

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  • Cheeses for the Grill

    Halloumi and Curds on the Grill When it comes to grillable cheeses, Harvest Market has you covered! Halloumi and “Kourella’s Grill & Eat” are delightfully squeaky, briny, semi-firm cheeses originating from Greece, comprised of a combination of sheep and goat’s milk. Their high melting point makes them ideal for cooking, and superb for grilling. When…

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  • Frozen Fruit Yogurt Bark

    Frozen Fruit Yogurt Bark?! You heard that right! This refreshing snack will have you sneaking back to your freezer for more.

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  • Berries and Cream Crêpes

    Enjoy these delicate crêpes dolloped with whipped cream for a sweet breakfast or special dessert!

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  • Patriotic Cheese Plate

    Celebrate Independence Day with locally made cheeses, from independently-owned and operated farms! 1. For a classic Red, White and Blue themed cheese plate, we suggest: Red Cat from Birchrun Hills Farm Noblette from Calkins Creamery Birchrun Blue from Birchrun Hills Farm Vampire Slayer from Calkins Creamery as the zesty firecracker! 2. Also fun for a…

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  • Cheese FAQs

    Thanks to our Cheesemonger, Abby, for putting together this list of frequently asked questions about cheese! Q: I’m lactose intolerant… doesn’t that mean I can’t eat cheese? A: Do not dismay! Believe it or not, cheeses that have been aged beyond 6 months are virtually lactose free. The longer the cheese is aged, the less…

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  • 5 Ways to Elevate Your Plate with Goat Cheese

    Did you know that Harvest Market has its very own cheesemonger named Abby? We are so incredibly thankful for Abby’s expertise (otherwise known as her expert-cheese) on all things CHEESE! Just in time for Mother’s Day, Abby put together this lovely list of ways to use goat cheese for every day and special day occasions….

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  • Birchrun Hills Cheeses

    Birchrun Hills Farm is a small family dairy farm with an on-site creamery in northern Chester County, Pennsylvania. Owned and operated by Ken and Sue Miller and their two sons, Randy and Jesse, with the support of cheesemaker Drew Bristol, the Millers control every step of how their products are made. From sustainably growing crops…

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  • Third Wheel Cheese Company Presents…

    We are happy to announce the arrival of five new cheeses through our new local cheese distributor, Third Wheel Cheese Company, a family business owned and founded by Ann Karlen. You may know Ann from her work as the founder of the Fair Food Farmstand in Philadelphia. Now she has started a regional cheese distribution…

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