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

  • Mango Kombucha Fizz

    Bring a fresh perspective to your happy hour! Health-Ade Mango Kombucha Fizz is your new signature mocktail or cocktail for any gathering.

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  • Ginger Lemon Paloma Mocktail

    Just in time for citrus season, check out this delicious Ginger Lemon Paloma Mocktail, featuring the perfect fermented ingredient – Health-Ade Ginger Lemon Kombucha!

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  • Be a REBBL with a Cause

    Did you know that our line of REBBL drinks support the end of human trafficking? GULP! Yes, that’s right; every delicious sip you take of these glorious functional beverages get our world one step closer to ending human trafficking. Not For Sale and REBBL are working in partnership to support regions of the world that…

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  • Classic Cookies: 5 Ways for the Holidays

    There’s nothing like baking some goodies for those you love during the holidays! We hope you can enjoy some down time at home whipping up some delightful recipes for everyone to enjoy. At Harvest Market, you can feel good knowing all the ingredients you need are at your fingertips. No matter what dietary preferences you…

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  • Shop Local for the Holidays

    Shop local for the holidays! Purchasing from our neighbors–be they farmers, bakers, ranchers, chefs, artisans or craftspeople–minimizes your carbon footprint and keeps your dollars in the local economy. We’ve listed a few ways you can support our regional producers through your holiday purchases this season. Hanukkah Gifts and Stocking Stuffers: Spring Thyme Herb Farm hydrosols…

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