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

  • Norr Skyr Yogurt

    NEW FLAVORS! Plain Whole Milk Green Matcha Raspberry Rosewater We also carry Elderflower and 2% Plain. What is Skyr? Skyr means thickened milk in old Icelandic. Born out of the long cold winters faced by the Vikings more than 1,000 years ago, skyr has always been quite simple. How is it made? Raw milk is…

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  • A+ for Avocados

    Equal Exchange works in partnership with PRAGOR, a progressive group of small-scale avocado farmers in Michoacán, Mexico. This region of Mexico is considered the avocado capital of the world. How incredible does that sound? However, powerful corporate interests have made it difficult for small-scale farmers to compete. In response, PRAGOR courageously organized and decided they would collectively…

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  • Mother Earth Organic Mushrooms: Landenberg, Pennsylvania

    Mother Earth Organic Mushrooms is the premier year-round grower of Certified Organic Mushrooms, not only for those of us locals, but for millions of Americans nationwide. We have the good fortune of being neighbors to the mushroom growing capital of the world, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, and the numerous outlying cement block buildings, chicken houses, and…

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  • Good from the Ground Up

    For over 10,000 years humans have depended on soil. Today, soil depends on us. Due to agricultural processes including higher volume tillage and the use of pesticides and fertilizers—the health of our soil is decreasing at an alarming rate, and without healthy soil, we face more pollution and less cultivation. Healthy soil is crucial for…

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  • Organic Valley

    It all started in 1988. We were a handful of Midwest family farmers and we were fed up with the state of American agriculture. Family farms were going extinct. Our friends and neighbors around the Coulee region were discarded by a bankrupt agricultural system, and we were told to “get big, or get out!” Industrial,…

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  • 5 Reasons to Eat Organic

    Excerpted from Organic Valley There are far more than five reasons why you should eat organic. But these are Organic Valley’s top five reasons why eating organic benefits you. 1. Because leaving out the bad stuff makes more room for the good stuff. Research shows that organic foods are higher in antioxidants and other nutrients,…

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  • Cultivo Cold Brew Coffee

    About Cultivo Cultivo means crop, cultivation, farming and culture. At Cultivo, they aspire to share the stories of the cojedores (coffee pickers). Thanks to their hard work we can indulge in this wonderful beverage! Raise your drink and make a toast to the coffee farmers! Ready To Drink Enjoy straight from the carton or pour…

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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. Our customers purchased 154 turkeys from T.A. Farms in 2017. The farmers at Plainville Farms who raised…

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  • Hawthorne Valley Farm: Ghent, New York

    Since 1972, Hawthorne Valley Farm has been producing high-quality, Biodynamic and organic foods while providing farm-based learning experiences for children and adults. Their 900-acre Demeter certified Biodynamic farm includes dairy cows, vegetables, a creamery, an organic bakery, a sauerkraut cellar, and more. Watch this video to gain an appreciation for their farming techniques and community…

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  • Back to School: Farming Resources

    We thought we’d share this recent post from our friends at Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative, which includes engaging, contemporary resources about farming and society. Gone are the days of discussions of food being relegated to the home kitchen, restaurant or market. Each and every day we are surrounded by food and farming, cooking and eating….

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