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.)

Because GMO contamination has steadily been creeping into otherwise “natural” food products since the mid 1990s, Harvest Market still stocks some of these “natural” GMO-containing foods. Our door is now closed, however, to new products containing possible genetically modified ingredients. By the end of 2015 all GMO at-risk foods still in the store will be labeled as such on our shelves. We will continue to stock these products only as long as sales justify or until a better replacement product is located. view more

  • 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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  • Trickling Springs Dairy: Chambersburg, Pennsylvania

    Trickling Springs Dairy offers a line of organic grass fed dairy products from our regional community of family farms. Since their start in 2001, it has been Trickling Spring’s goal to offer a Certified Organic line of milk in returnable glass bottles. This was achieved in 2002 when they received organic certification and started selling…

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  • New Sweden Bakery Comes to Harvest Market

    New Sweden Bakery is proud to call the First State “home.” Northern Delaware was part of a Swedish colony called “New Sweden,” from 1638-1655. Today, Delaware is home to a rising local food culture with active farmer’s markets, artisan food production, and small batch beer and spirit producers. From her home in Newark, Rebecca Powers,…

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  • Avondale Hills Farm: Avondale, Pennsylvania

    Now you can eat local greens, even during the Winter! Reinvigorate your salad scene with Harvest Market’s new hydroponic greens from Avondale Hills Farm in nearby Avondale, Pennsylvania. Avondale Hills Farm embodies a balance between nature and nutrition. Just this past year, the farmer-in-chief, Pierre, decided to enter into the high-tech arena of hydroponic farming…

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  • The Piggery Ramen Pork Bone Broth

    The Piggery’s housemade Ramen style pork bone broth is thick, rich and flavorful. Made from slow simmering pork bones for over 15 hours, using bones from the Piggery’s pasture raised heritage hogs. It’s sustainable, convenient and delicious! Ingredients include: Water, Pork Bones, Pork Trotters, Pork Rinds, Organic Tamari (Water, Organic Soybeans, Salt, Organic Alcohol), Sake,…

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  • Powers Farm: Townsend, Delaware

    Powers Farm prides themselves in producing safe, wholesome, products to assist in maintaining the health of local customers throughout the Delmarva area. Located in Townsend, Delaware, Powers Farm now provides Harvest Market with free-range eggs, pastured pork and stewing chickens. Powers Farm red hens lay delicious brown eggs right on the farm. The eggs are collected at…

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