• Howe Sharp Knife Sharpening

    Stop by Friday or Saturday, January 29th-30th between 9 am – 2 pm to have your knives sharpened! KNIVES 1″-4″: $5 5″-8″: $8 Kitchen gadgets: $3 and up Knife polishing (mirror image): $20 and up Cleavers: $10 Pocket knives: $5 Serrated knives (1”-8”): $9 Hunting knives (1”-8”): $9 Knife tip repair: $4 $1/inch over listed…

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  • Fat Soluble Vitamins and COVID-19

    Fat—it’s ubiquitous in the modern diet and essential for robust good health. Unfortunately, most of us consume too many of the wrong kinds of fat and not enough of the good kinds. You’ve probably read about this before, but now—in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic—this admonition takes on a new urgency. Here’s why: recent…

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  • INFRA Summer Recipes

    Sometimes, we all could use an emergency self-care break. Look no further than your pantry for reprieve! This face mask contains ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen! Give all the ingredients a little mix and apply to a clean face for a one-way ticket to relaxation. Sit in front of your fan fora…

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  • Our Supply Chain—Stretched but not Broken

    It has now been almost three months since that initial two-week buying surge that began as shelter-in-place orders were issued and grocers’ shelves around the country were emptied of food. Harvest Market did not escape this phenomenon as our sales increased by 90% during the first week of that Covid-19-induced buying spree. Since then sales…

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  • Expanded Senior 60+ Hours & Other’s At-Risk

    We have expanded the categories of people who can shop during our Senior Hour. If you are over 60 or are pregnant, or have an underlying medical condition which puts you at greater risk for the coronavirus, you may shop between 8am-9am hours, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday.

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  • Women in Agriculture: Heather and Julia

    According to recent statistics published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 36% of farmers are women. American women own or manage 14% of our approximately two million farms, representing 7% of total farm acreage and 3% of sales. What do these statistics really tell us? That American farms owned by women are smaller, less “industrial”…

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