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

  • 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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  • 5 Reasons to Eat Organic

    Excerpted from Organic Valley There are far more than five reasons why you should eat organic. But these are Organic Valley’s top five reasons why eating organic benefits you. 1. Because leaving out the bad stuff makes more room for the good stuff. Research shows that organic foods are higher in antioxidants and other nutrients,…

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  • Score Super Savings for the Big Game

    Look for sales and special displays around the store for the upcoming battle between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots on Sunday, February 4, 2018! Score on These Deals for the Big Game! Late July Restaurant Style Tortilla Chips, Sea Salt Lime and Purple Corn – 2 for $6 Muir Glen Salsas, $2.99…

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  • Cultivo Cold Brew Coffee

    About Cultivo Cultivo means crop, cultivation, farming and culture. At Cultivo, they aspire to share the stories of the cojedores (coffee pickers). Thanks to their hard work we can indulge in this wonderful beverage! Raise your drink and make a toast to the coffee farmers! Ready To Drink Enjoy straight from the carton or pour…

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  • Ricotta-Stuffed Apricot Bites

    Not only is dried fruit delicious, but as a preservation method, it reduces food waste. Dried fruit also creates year-round harvest seasons, making for a more sustainable agriculture model for many fruit farmers. Ingredients: 30 dried apricots 5 tablespoons ricotta cheese 2 teaspoons pure maple syrup ¼ cup roasted pistachios and/or peanuts, finely chopped Directions:…

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  • Rose Petal Rice Pudding

    Using a cleansing amount of rose water, this Rose Petal Rice Pudding is both fragrant and sweet. Ingredients: 1 cup uncooked red or jasmine rice 2 cups water 8 cups whole milk ½ cup slivered or coarse chopped almonds ¼ cup raisins (soaked in warm water) Pinch of saffron 1 teaspoon ground cardamom ¼ cup…

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  • How to Make Ghee

    In Ayurveda, ghee is considered the healthiest and primary fat. Because of the way it is prepared, ghee contains little to none of the lactose of butter, making it more tolerable for those on a dairy-free diet. Ingredients: 1 pound organic, cultured unsalted butter (We suggest: Organic Valley Cultured Unsalted) Directions: In a medium saucepan…

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  • Best Ever Nachos

    Best Ever Nachos

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