At Harvest Market our produce speaks for itself. More than 95% of our fresh fruit and vegetable selection is obtained from certified organic farms. We have wonderful relationships with our distributors and farmers. We buy directly from small, local farms such as the Esh family’s Peaceful Valley Farm in Kirkwood, PA, as well as from a group of more than 70 farms through the Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative.

Our main distributor for fruits and vegetable from farther afield, Four Seasons Produce is based in Ephrata, PA. We’ve had a strong relationship with them for many years. With at least one delivery day, freshness is never very far. We hand-select every item that reaches our shelves, taking the time to trim and bag loose items such as leafy greens and celery. Harvest market carries the largest and freshest selection of certified organic produce in the area. With up to 150 fresh produce items to chose from on any given day (depending on the season) we have something to please every set of taste buds in your household. view more

  • Beet Sabji

    Beet Sabji is a delicious vegetarian recipe with Ayurvedic properties that can help heal from within. Ingredients: 2 tablespoons Homemade Ghee or sunflower oil, divided 4 medium carrots (cut into small circles) 2 yellow beets (scrubbed and cut into triangles or ½-inch cubes) 1 daikon radish (cut into half-moons) 1 bunch bitter dark greens (turnip,…

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  • Fresh Green Chutney

    This chutney can be served as a chunky paste or fully puréed. Use it as a flavorful condiment for Sabji and Kitchari or any savory dish. Ingredients: ½ bunch fresh cilantro leaves 1½ cups loosely packed fresh mint leaves ¼ cup shredded, unsweetened coconut Juice of 1½ limes 2 tablespoons grated fresh ginger ½ teaspoon…

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  • Sheet-Pan Ratatouille with Grass-Fed Steak

    Studies show that grass-fed beef is a better source of tryptophan than grain-fed beef. This essential amino acid is a precursor to serotonin, a neurotransmitter that can help you feel calm. Pair that with a bed of delicious roasted vegetables, such as tomatoes—a good source of melatonin—and eggplant, which is high in GABA, an amino…

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  • Celtic Cross Blueberries: Hockessin, Delaware

    Do you love blueberries? So do we! During the months of June and July, Harvest Market sells locally-grown blueberries from Celtic Cross, a family farm in Hockessin, Delaware. Look for their logo on pints of blueberries in our Produce department while supplies last. Thank you for helping us support local farmers!    

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  • Portobello Mushroom and Steak Salad with Blue Cheese

    You can enjoy a classic steak salad that’s lighter on the steak but just as satisfying, with the smart addition of rich and hearty portobello mushrooms. Ingredients ¼ cup balsamic vinegar ⅓ cup plus 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil, divided 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard 1 tablespoon maple syrup 1 garlic clove (grated) ¼ teaspoon salt…

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  • Sweet Potato Nachos

    Sweet potatoes are a great source for vitamin A, potassium and fiber. Black beans provide protein and fiber, as well as key nutrients such as zinc and folate. For extra protein, add ½ pound fully cooked, 100-percent-grass-fed ground beef. Ingredients ½ teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons ground cumin 2 teaspoons chili powder 1 pound sweet potatoes…

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  • Stinging Nettles for Health

    Stinging nettles are one of the best plants for human health and can be used as a great source for food and medicine. This delicious perennial is very high in vitamin C, iron, calcium, and potassium. A vessel of minerals and vitamins jam packed into one plant. For those of you who suffer from seasonal…

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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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  • How to Dye Eggs Naturally

    Making Natural Dyes Red: Boil a few cut beets in a small pot of water until tender and the cooking liquid turns a deep pink. Pour liquid in a small bowl. Blue: Put a few red cabbage leaves in a small pot with 1 cup of water. Bring to a boil until the liquid turns…

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  • Easy Ways to Eat More Fruits and Veggies

    Adapted from Rodale’s Organic Life’s article by Brittany Linn Eating Fewer Veggies Than Ever Many Americans have been told since preschool that getting five daily servings of fruits and vegetables is essential for health. Despite this common knowledge, it seems we don’t eat fruit and vegetables as often as we should…or even as often as…

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