Local stores and restaurants where you can purchase our produce.
Common Market Philadelphia: A wholesale distributor of local food, providing case-load quantities of local produce to area hospitals, universities, schools, eldercare facilities and other institutional buyers.
Exeter Family Restaurant: Hungry? We do hungry, and we do it well!
Firefly Cafe: vegan, vegetarian cafe in downtown Boyertown, PA.
Frecon Farms: growing locally in Boyertown, PA since 1944.
Freed's Market: Fourth generation family-owned supermarket in Gilbertsville, PA.
Jamison Publick House: recently renovated historic hotel located at 1860 Geryville Pike, Pennsburg, PA (just outside of East Greenville), serving lunch and dinner Tuesday through Saturday.
Lily's Grill: providing farm-fresh, healthy, nutritious, and great-tasting food at reasonable prices at 115 High Street in Pottstown, PA.
Limeport Inn: Serving great meals since 1842, lunch and dinner Tuesday through Sunday.
The Other Farm & Forge: Food. Drink. Music. Community.
Redner's Warehouse Markets: Serving our local communities since 1970. A variety of our products are available at the store in Boyertown, Douglassville, Pottsgrove, and Collegeville.
Wegman's: The Allentown (3900 Tilghman St), Bethlehem (5000 Wegman's Drive), and Nazareth (3791 Easton-Nazareth Highway, Easton) stores are now selling a variety of our produce.
A Natural Alternative: Hand-crafted soaps and toiletries, all vegetarian and free of preservatives, detergents, and dyes. We carry a small selection of these products in our market.
CropKing: Specializing in Controlled Environment Agriculture for fun and profit. They provide complete systems for Greenhouses, Hydroponics, Mushrooms, MicroGreens, and the Training for you to enjoy and profit from these systems.
gDiapers: For the last 40 years there have been but two choices in diapers. Cloth or disposable. Now gDiapers offers a third option. Flushable. gDiapers puts waste where it belongs, in the toilet. Not the landfill. gDiapers have no elemental chlorine, no perfumes, no smell, no garbage and no guilt. In fact, flushables are so gentle on the Earth you can even garden compost the wet ones in one compost cycle, approximately 50 – 150 days. Just think of the standing ovation you’ll get from the planet.
Rodale Institute: This local non-profit organization is much more than a farm and is leading the way in organic agriculture and the quest to restore human and ecological health through farming.
Eat Well Guide: Where you are or wherever you are going, find local, sustainable, organic food or check out The Green Fork blog.
Local Harvest -- real food, real farmers, real community: People worldwide are rediscovering the benefits of buying local food. It is fresher than anything in the supermarket and that means it is tastier and more nutritious. It is also good for your local economy--buying directly from family farmers helps them stay in business. Find your local farms here (and take a minute to give our produce a rating and help us out, too).