Harvest Market is committed to supporting local farmers and producers. Fresh, nutrient-dense foods produced on small, family-owned and operated farms provide you with the most health-promoting foods you can find. Buying from local growers and producers keeps your food dollars circulating in our region–providing employment to our neighbors. It also improves our environment by reducing the amount of fossil fuels needed for transportation and spares farmland from development.

Being so close to the fertile soils of Chester and Lancaster Counties in Pennsylvania means that our local farmers can provide us with a variety of nutritious, sustainable and delicious foods. We are pleased to offer organic milk and cheeses from grass-fed cows, eggs from chickens that get to see the light of day, beef raised on pasture, honey from healthy hives of bees and a seasonally-changing kaleidoscope of produce–all grown, gathered or raised within 100 miles of Harvest Market. view more

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  • Family Farm to Beef Since 1898

    Bartels Farms’ Beef is: ✓ 100% Certified Organic ✓ GMO-Free ✓ Gluten-Free ✓ Never given antibiotics or hormones Runs in the Family Bartels Farms is founded on the old-fashioned principles of patience, dedication, and hard work. Their family has been in the industry for over 100 years, bringing four generations of knowledge and experience to…

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  • How to Join a CSA at Harvest Market

    Community-supported agriculture (CSA) is an alternative, locally based economic model of agriculture and food distribution. By choosing to participate in a CSA program, you make a very powerful commitment to purchase sustainable produce, cheese, eggs, meat, bread, flowers, herbal medicine, and many more items that positively impacts our local economy, personal health, and planet. Here…

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • The Piggery: Trumansburg, New York

    The Piggery is a family-owned Trumansburg, NY-based farm who join alongside other farm partners in bringing farm fresh pork and turkey products to the region. They are a pastured small-scale operation and work with other farms raising their animals the same way. The Piggery does everything they can to create pork that is good for the…

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  • Patience Fruit & Co. Cranberries: Quebec, Canada

    Slower Berries, Better Berries At Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, Patience Fruit and Co. believe that doing things right is better than rushing through them. This is why they tend to their berries every step of the way, personally planting them, caring for them, harvesting them and preparing them. Here, they tell their story: Welcome to Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, a little…

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  • We Are Grateful

    We are truly grateful! Who and what are we so thankful for? The multi-generational family farmers at T.A. Farms who not only raise the turkeys for months before Thanksgiving, they grow the feed for the turkeys, as well. The 59 people at T.A. Farms who processed turkeys the weekend before Thanksgiving. The 10 Harvest Market…

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