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

  • Plant Medicine at Natural Hope Herbals

    On Wednesday, May 29, I had the pleasure of visiting Natural Hope Herbals farm in Millersburg, PA. They are a small, local, Plain Community-based company that believes in the healing power of herbs. A large percentage of the herbs used in their products are grown or wild-crafted on their own property, most of which are…

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  • Raw Milk Cheese Day

    In celebration of National Raw Milk Cheese Day, we are delighted to be featuring Birchrun Hills Farm. This Chester County first-and-second generation family farmstead is responsible for our favorite raw milk blue cheese, Birchrun Blue. Be sure to stop by the market on Saturday, April 20, between 10am-1pm to sample some, and grab a fresh…

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  • Natural Hope Herbals: Millersburg, PA

      We are super excited to announce the introduction of Natural Hope Herbals to Harvest Market! They are a small, local Plain Community-based company that believes in the healing power of herbs. Located in Millersburg, Pennsylvania, they wish to make this traditional herbal medicine easily accessible to everyone. A large percentage of the herbs used…

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  • Q & A with New Garden Growers Market

    In the fourth edition in our series about the organizations we support at Harvest Market, we are eager to honor the New Garden Growers Market. Founded in 2005, the New Garden Growers Market is the community’s go-to place for local produce and meat, small-batch food goods, and handmade crafts. Their mission is “to grow community…

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  • Q & A with Kennett Square Farmers Market

    Spring has arrived which means we are eager to see the start of another farmers market season in our community! This month’s featured organization puts a spotlight on the Kennett Square Farmers Market. Now entering its 20th year in operation, the Kennett Square Farmers Market is one of the central meeting places and weekly events…

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  • Q & A with Coverdale Farm

    In the third issue in our series about the organizations we support at Harvest Market, we are pleased to showcase the Coverdale Farm Preserve. Owned and operated by the Delaware Nature Society, the 377-acre Coverdale Farm Preserve is “comprised of 200 acres of nature preserve that is managed to conserve and enhance the biodiversity of…

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  • Q & A with Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund

    Welcome to the first of our new series of articles about the organizations that we support at Harvest Market Natural Foods. We begin with an interview with Katherine Ghantous, Communications Director for the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund. The Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund (FTCLDF) is a non-profit “protecting, defending, and broadening the rights and viability of…

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  • Local Farmstead Cheeses

    St. Malachi Reserve An award winning Alpine and Gouda inspired cheese with a favorable flavor profile made with Doe Run’s own cows’ milk. The paste is smooth yet firm, with flavors reminiscent of roasted nuts, dried fruits, bourbon, toffee, and buttered toast. Aged for over a year in their beautiful caves on site. St. Malachi…

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  • It’s Turkey Time

    To place your order by November 15, call us at 302-234-6779 or stop by our Customer Service desk in the store, located at 7417 Lancaster Pike in Hockessin, Delaware. What’s on the menu for 2018? T.A. Farms offers: Local, Natural Whole Turkeys at $3.99/lb. in three pound weight ranges from 12-30 lbs. Bone-IN breast for…

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  • T.A. Farms: Wyoming, Delaware

    ***IMPORTANT NOTICE: If you have ordered your turkey from Harvest Market, you will pick up your turkey at our store in Hockessin, Delaware.*** If you live below the Canal in Delaware, please call T.A. Farms directly at 302-492-3030 and pick up your turkey at T.A. Farm. For more information about ordering a turkey for your…

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