This is our local cheesemaker, just minutes from the farm. They are part of the same Amish community as our farm.
Alpine Heritage Creamery was established in 2012, following in the footsteps of 10-20 generations of cheesemakers. The owners’ forefeathers were cheesemakers in the Swiss Alps, and that’s where the name comes from.
They are a small operation. Conveniently, they’re located underneath our favorite meat processor - Belmont Meats. They’re in the basement and have a cheese cave underneath.
Alpine makes cheese the old-fashioned way. They don’t use any tricks or additives or extra processing. All of the cheese they make is made with raw grass-fed milk. It’s a time honored tradition and their specialty.
Stretching across ninety acres of pristine Lancaster County farmland, Beiler Heritage Acres is a true gem. A farm committed to the knowledge of soil and plant species. Omar Beiler operates with the full intention of growing the best possible quality of anything that might be in his fields.
Beiler's Heritage Acres does not spray anything on their fields... except for natural foliar nutrients to help the plants be as healthy as possible. They practice crop rotation and are dedicated to improving their soil year after year.
The Beiler's have owned and operated their farm since 1997 years and transitioned to regenerative agriculture in 2013.
Buffalo Valley Pastures is an Amish family farm in Quarryville PA.
They have fresh, raw milk from water buffalo cows.
They believe in the power of great food and regenerative agriculture products to help heal and restore our bodies and communities.
Creekside Organic Acres gives their goats free access to pasture year round. However, in the hot summer, they usually choose to stay in the barn. When they're not eating forage at pasture, they are fed a GMO-free, corn-free, soy-free, and chemical-free feed from a farmer that raises and mixes the grains himself. Feed contains barley, oats, canola meal, alfalfa, speltz, flaxseed, and minerals.
From Alpine goats on Crystal Brook Farm. The goats are given free access to organic soy-free feed and hay. They roam organic pastures and wooded areas and are some of the best goats in the area.
The milk is straight from the udder. Full fat and cream top. Never heated.
Mission: Help dogs live longer lives with minimally processed foods.
"I started Furever Love Club because when I got my dog Grizzly, I got frustrated with all the unnecessary added ingredients in dog treats and the lack of transparency about where the ingredients came from." - Furever Love Club founder Susanna Domosi.
Furever Love Club treats & chews are:
The owners of Gap View Homestead both grew up on an Amish farm in Lancaster County, and during their first 11 years of marriage, owned and operated a dairy farm. Then, around 2013, they started a small family-run farm. In 2018, they purchased a small fermenting/canning business from Oasis at Bird-In-Hand. Now, they use the farm to produce homegrown vegetables for the business. Their focus is on fermented vegetables but they hope to expand to include new healthy products.
There are lots of benefits in running a small, family farm. They have the time to care about each product. They can focus on quality over quantity. There are also disadvantages. It can be hard to compete with large, mass-producing businesses and farms. That’s why they need your help. They are looking for loyal customers who are committed to fresh, quality, and healthy foods. They need people who want to support the small farms of America.
They believe it should be easy to live a healthy lifestyle. That’s why they work hard to make to make their fresh farm products affordable and accessible.
Raised on organic feed only, our goats are raised in conjunction with a nearby farmer, roaming organic pastures and wooded areas, and are some of the best goats in the area.
The milk contains 35% fat, easily digestible and has a rich consistency.
Straight from the udder. Full fat and cream top. Never heated.
The collective of farmers are stewards of land and think forward generationally. They aim to improve the health of communities through fresh nutrient-rich produce as well as the health of the land. It goes hand in hand!
Lancaster Farm Fresh’s offerings change every week based on what’s in season and what’s available. Our inventory changes accordingly and is typically updated mid-week.
A cooperative of 14 family farms raising eggs together in Oxford, PA. Started in 2015, Lapp's Poultry Farm aims to raise chickens naturally and humanly while also taking care and regenerating the soil. They provide all natural healthy products to the local area.
This is our farm, a dairy farm. Aaron Miller is the farmer and runs the business and works the farm alongside his wife Rebecca and 6 young children.
Our mission is to produce real farm fresh, nutrient dense, great tasting food.
Our vision is to end sickness by enhancing health, nutrition, and happiness.
Our purpose is to inspire a generation of healthy children and reduce healthcare costs.
Beginning in 2003, our mother had a dream to create goat-based products. After reading an article about goats, we were compelled to buy more and more goats. Then in 2004, we received a PA raw milk permit to serve within the state of Pennsylvania.
After an apprenticeship to learn the craft of cheese making, our family-owned business began making handcrafted goat cheese in small, artisan batches.
Our family-owned company entices people all over the world to try our artisan cheese products. Our cheeses have a European touch, inspired by Europe with our own identity added to them to satisfy palettes of all types. Some European cheeses are protected, meaning we cannot use them. So we have a lot of fun coming up with our own names.
ORIGIN is the only regenerative dairy brand in America focused exclusively on superlative-quality golden milk from the last true heritage breed… the famed Guernsey.
ORIGIN is at the nexus of regenerative agriculture, nutrition, & wellness science.
We are ethos driven and leading the movement to undo the harm that legacy dairy has brought to people and the planet – from soil health to biodiversity and pricing justice for dairy farmers – things have to change. We’ve created a new paradigm in dairy that puts sustainability, human health and the environment at the core of nutrition.
Our eggs are coming from two stellar farmers with the same exact standards - Wholesome Living Acres and Steven Stozfoos. The eggs from the pastured hens are unsurpassed in quality. These ladies are fed a GMO-free, soy-free, and corn-free diet of grain as well as having full access pasture to a fresh "salad" (and bugs and seeds) every day. They wash the eggs in water and only water.
Wholesome Living Acres is a certified organic farm that is nestled into the quiet rolling hills of Lykens, PA. The farm is the home to free range hens, pastured cows and pigs. Wholesome Living Acres is a grower for Tuscarora Organic Growers specializing in garlic, asparagus and an assortment of other seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Steven Stolzfoos runs a beautiful 80-acre, chemical-free farm in Kinzers, PA. In addition to their flocks of laying hens, Steven also manages a herd of dairy cows.
Based in Southern California by way of Barcelona, Spain, Revival Einkorn is the culmination of a decades long, single-minded pursuit to bring nutritious, whole and regenerative foods to market. A unique collaborative effort driven by an international crew of nutritionists, designers, bakers, millers, supply-chain pros, financiers, and more, Revival Einkorn seeks to change the way we eat by reviving the ancient food wisdom the modern world left behind.
Twenty years is just a blip when compared to the history of einkorn, which dates back more than 14,000 years, but in the world of natural and organic foods, it’s a lifetime. And, a lifetime is exactly what Revival Einkorn founder, Werner Forster, has devoted to his hunt for a truly revolutionary grain.
Forster didn’t start out looking for a better wheat. Early on he observed firsthand the alarming trends tied to our increasing dependence on processed foods and decided to do something about it. With years spent disrupting commercial food industries—revolutionizing decades of harmful growing practices within the organic fruit trade and pioneering practices to make aquaculture truly healthful, regenerative, and sustainable—Forster and his wife, Maria, are now disrupting the business of deficient wheat with Revival Einkorn’s painstakingly perfected einkorn products. After so many years of dedicated work, Werner, Maria, and the entire Revival Einkorn team are thrilled to share these delicious, nutritious einkorn products with you.
Sheep for dairy and meat are pasture raised and fed 100% grass.
Steve raises chickens in Lancaster County. He feeds his chickens a corn and soy free feed.
For more than 30 years, Stockin's Apiaries have provided Raw Honey, Filtered Honey, Pollination, and more for much of the Greater Lancaster, PA area and beyond!
Our naturally crystallized raw honey is always kept under 108 degrees F to preserve 100% of its enzymes. Raw honey may vary in color, taste and consistency, depending on the floral sources available to the bees.
Located in Honey Brook, PA, Suplee Hollow Cereals is owned and operated by an Amish family. They source nuts, oats, and other ingredients from local health food distributors. All ingredients are certified organic with the exception of vanilla (very expensive and perhaps not worth the organic label) and Celtic sea salt (cannot be "organic").
A local Amish business that always delivers with their horse and buggy. They make kefir soda using water kefir grains and all natural ingredients. Everything is done the old fashioned way.
Walnut Run Farm is a family farm located in Honeybrook, Chester County, Pennsylvania. We offer our many high-quality food products at local farms and markets. We love offering healthy foods that are produced right on the farm. Offerings will change with the seasons so visit us often!
Named after their picturesque home base location in eastern Lancaster County, Welsh Mountain Apiaries is a locally thriving wild forage beekeeping operation. What began with one beehive as a Wenger family project in 2014, has incrementally grown to currently more than 140 production hives.
To the happy delight of their growing list of discerning customers, they work tirelessly to ensure their honey is free from pesticides and GMO pollen. With great attention to detail, the Wenger’s keep their hives on organic farms, forests and wild meadows…allowing them to harvest and bottle local raw honey that is fresh and unfiltered.
Although it is common amongst large beekeepers, Welsh Mountain does not feed their bees high fructose corn syrup. And they keep their bees healthy by controlling mites without the use of chemicals. While it requires a lot of extra effort, instead of relying on pollination services, they consistently move their hives to locations that maximize wild forage opportunities.
Wholesome Living Acres is a certified organic farm that is nestled into the quiet rolling hills of Lykens, PA. The farm is the home to free range hens, pastured cows and pigs.
Wholesome Living Acres is a grower for Tuscarora Organic Growers specializing in garlic, asparagus and an assortment of other seasonal fruits and vegetables.
The eggs from the pastured hens are unsurpassed in quality. These ladies are fed a soy free and GMO free diet of grain as well as having full access pasture to a fresh "salad" every day.
Wild For Salmon began as only an adventurous trip to Alaska in 2002 to do some commercial salmon fishing with a friend. Following our first fishing excursion, we arrived home with 2 coolers of salmon for our friends and family. This is when we quickly realized the uniqueness of the product and the possibilities that lie ahead. We have grown to serve individuals, buying clubs, local farm markets, restaurants, and health food stores.
June and July are busy months on the boat. The fishing season lasts approximately 5-7 weeks. Steve is the skipper of our 32’ boat, while Jenn, the first mate, and two other local men are deckhands. While on the boat, we listen to the radio to hear the official fishing periods. As we catch the salmon they are kept in refrigerated holds, making sure the quality is preserved. On average, every 10 hours we offload our fish onto a larger crab boat which takes the fish in for processing. It is quickly filleted, flash frozen, and vacuum sealed to capture the “direct from the boat” flavor. After fishing, the salmon is sent back to PA where we sell the salmon at local farm markets and other venues.