• 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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  • Gratitude & Safety Practices Update

    Gratitude Right Back at YOU! We’d like to begin by thanking all of you who have been so supportive of the measures we have taken for everyone’s safety and for your many messages of gratitude and appreciation, whether sent by mail, email or social media.   Even if we haven’t responded directly, we are reading them and passing…

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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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  • Our Support at the Wild and Scenic Film Festival

    About the Event On February 27th and 28th, Harvest Market had the pleasure of supporting the Wild and Scenic Film Festival hosted by Trail Creek Outfitters. During the two day festival, a selection of short films inspired by the environment were aired at the Chester County Historical Society for the 250 people in attendance each…

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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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