Harvest Market is a grocery store—albeit one that specializes in organic, non-GMO and locally produced foods to the best of our sourcing ability. Grocery, then is a funny category. Grocery items tend to be produced in factories from multiple ingredients. Boxed cereals, canned soups, frozen pizzas and jarred pasta sauces are some of the foods commonly thought of as “grocery”.

Our product standards are what set Harvest Market apart from a typical grocery store. When we look at bringing in a new product we first make sure it is free of a long list of artificial colors, flavors, preservatives and otherwise completely unnecessary chemicals. Then, we make sure that it contains no ingredients that are at-risk for GMO contamination unless they are certified organic or the product has been verified by the Non-GMO project. (Currently ingredients at-risk for being genetically modified are corn, soy, canola, alfalfa, sugar beets, zucchinis and yellow squash.) view more

  • Saving Gorillas

    Saving gorillas is an important mission. If we lose gorillas and other great apes, we lose the opportunity to study our closest connections to the past. The value of this work is far reaching. The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International’s holistic conservation efforts help people, communities, forests and whole ecosystems, so that we can all thrive together. During September,…

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  • Your Guide to Healthy Fats

    Thanks to new and emerging research, we now know that eating healthy fat doesn’t necessarily lead to weight gain. Although fat is caloric (it contains 9 calories per gram, more than double that of proteins and carbohydrates), this macronutrient boosts your satiety—meaning you stay fuller for longer. While monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats (think liquid-at-room-temperature fats,…

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  • 4 Tips for Picking the Best Olive Oil

    If you’re on a mission to make olive oil part of your health plan, aim for about 4 tablespoons of 100 percent olive oil per day by drizzling over salads or fresh, sliced tomatoes or using as a simple dip for whole-grain bread. But buyer beware: While it may be tempting to choose the cheapest,…

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  • Best Ever Nachos

    Best Ever Nachos

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  • Rejuvenating Rijuice

    Rijuice makes fresh, organic cold-pressed juices in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, home to one of the most famous agricultural areas in the world. This ample supply of local produce translates to some of the best tasting juices around. Rejuvenate yourself with the rijuice collection, which includes: Sunshine Daydream – Apple, Lemon, Ginger A cult classic–addiction begins the…

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  • Honest Sport

    This Summer, make your outdoor excursion or workout a little more a-peel-ing with Honest Tea’s new Honest Sport line of drinks with electrolytes and fruit juices. After finishing a triathlon, Honest Tea’s co-owner, Seth, realized the Honest Tea family was missing something — an organic sports drink! Honest Sport combines organic fruit juices and Fair…

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  • Do You Caboo?

    Caboo provides a sustainable alternative to tree-free products. Harvest Market sells their Bathroom Tissue (known as toilet paper by most), Table Napkins, and Baby Wipes. Caboo products are made from fast-growing, renewable sugarcane and bamboo instead of trees. They are also: Free From Chlorine Bleach Super Soft and Strong Septic Safe Biodegradable BPA and Rayon…

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  • Dave’s Killer Bread

    For Dave Killer’s Bread, it goes beyond baking the best bread in the Universe — it’s about believing everyone is capable of greatness, creating lasting change in our communities and so much more. Dave’s Killer Bread is built on the Dahl family legacy – a rich history of bold baking methods, strong family values, and seeing…

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  • Regenerative Agriculture

    What if industrial crops actually supported healthier air, water and soil? Regenerative farming is making it possible. Get stories from sustainable farms around the globe in our new guide from Organic India. What is Regenerative Agriculture? Regenerative Agriculture is a phrase describing farming systems that not only protect existing soil from prohibited chemicals and other…

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  • How to Cook with Sea Greens

    There’s something magical about briny, tangy sea veggies. These marine greens are full of vitamins and important minerals, including iodine, essential for thyroid support. Plus, they don’t require added chemicals, fertilizers or fresh water to grow, so they’re a low-impact crop, too. Here are four nutrient-rich varieties to try, and surefire vegan recipes they shine…

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