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Our Local Farms

Delicious Fresh Ingredients, Delivered Daily

Farms

Green Meadow Farm

Green Meadow Farm is located on the eastern boundary of Lancaster County near the town of Gap, Pennsylvania. The business, originally Spring Grove Farm at a former location, was started in 1981 by Glenn Brendle. Our oresent location now comprises 42 acres, 14 of which are gardens and 6000 sq ft of greenhouses. We have three greenouses, one with tropicals including bananas, one for microgreens, and the other is utilized for propagation and as an herb house.

Fulper Family Farmstead

Fulper Family Farmstead strives to consistently provide
fresh, nutritious, and delicious products made from our cow’s milk. We believe in making wholesome product preserving its natural ingredients. We value open communication with consumers both young and old and fresher food today with the practices of tomorrow. More than a century of farm family tradition has inspired our team to embrace honest values, a strong work ethic, and respect for the land and our cows.

Highspire Hills Farm

Highspire Hills Farm is a family owned and operated farm that produces brown eggs for home and farm to table restaurant use. Chickens are treated humanely and given a safe place to live through their laying years. Certified organic feed is provided by Organic Unlimited in Atglen. Birds are free to roam a uniquely designed poultry house with fresh air and sun shine.

Kennett Square Specialties

Kennett Square Specialties is the industry leader of cultivated exotic mushrooms. Our quantity and quality is unmatched. KSS Sales and our affiliated farms, are located in the heart of Kennett Square, The Mushroom Capitol of the World. We’ve provided the country’s white mushroom wholesalers for over 30 years with their exotic and specialty mushroom needs.

Castle Valley Mills

Castle Valley Mills, Nestled on the banks of Neshaminy Creek in historic Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Castle Valley Mill began grinding Bucks County grains in 1730. Built on land that was given to the Meredith family by William Penn, the mill has been known as Grove’s Mill, Reed’s Mill, and now Castle Valley Mill. This historic building has witnessed the birth, growth and advance of our country.