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Mobile Nor t h e r n L eban o n
• Grays Apple Ridge Orchard: • Landisdale Farm: • Sycamore Spring Orchard 4 5 6 2
L eb a n o n Reg i o n
• • • • • • • Frey’s Farm Market Hitz Market Honey Bear Orchards Maple Acres Patches Family Creamery S. Clyde Weaver Seyfert’s Orchard 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
Palmy r a and A n nvi l l e Reg i o n
• • • • • • • • • Bare Foot Organics Country View Grocery Farmstead Farmers Market: Howard’s Farm Fresh Produce Laudermilch Meats Palmyra Producers-Ony Farmers’ Market Palmyra Real Food Emporium Risser-Marvel Farm Market: Misty Run Tree Farm 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
E a s t e r n L eb a n o n C o u n t y
• • • • • Blue Spruce Market Lebanon Produce Auction Sauder’s Strawberries Strack’s Tree Farm Ulrich’s Farm Market 26 27 27 28 29
Reso urc e s
• • • • • Best Fruit and Vegetable Nutrition In-Season Vegetables Reference In-Season Fruits Reference In-Season Cooking Herbs Reference Links and Resources ▫ Recipes: ▫ Money-saving tips:
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FRESH, LOCAL FOOD SHOULDN’T SLOW YOU DOWN.
Here are a few of the ways to quickly and easily ﬁnd locally-grown food in Lebanon County using your smartphone or computer.
See the back cover of this directory for a link to an online map containing much of the same information you will ﬁnd in this paper directory. Use this map to ﬁnd farm fresh retailers near you!
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PAMarketMaker.com can connect you to farm fresh businesses around the state. Businesses listed in this directory are also listed on MarketMaker, along with hundreds of others statewide.
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Some businesses update Facebook reguarly; others have an established website. Whenever possible, we have provided a code that will link you to the most current information about businesses you are interested in. Don’t have an app to scan QR Codes? Red Laser is a free app for both iPhone, Android, and Windows smartphones that will let you scan QR codes and visit the links.
North e rn Le b an o n
G r ay s Appl e Ri dge O rch a rd:
September-December 9:00-6:00 Monday-Saturday, 1:00-5:00 Sunday Location
144 Greble Road Jonestown, PA 17038
Pr od uc ts/se r vice s
• Pick your own apples and pumpkins • Pressed cider is made at our orchard without additives and available as a self-serve item • Groups such as scouts, church, and school are welcome • Self guided nature trail goes along swatara creek. Picnic area is directly adjacent to satara creek. • 5.) Customers may visit with 5 heifers while walking along nature trail. All heifers are very friendly and enjoy visitors
David and Pamela Gray 717-865-3997 www.graysappleridge.com
For more information Gray’s Apple Ridge Orchard, please visit their website: graysappleridge.com
L and isda le Far m andi sdal e
L and isdal e Far m :
year-round :: Wednesday afternoons 2:30pm-5:30pm Contact Location
838 Ono Road Jonestown, PA 17038 Daniel Landis 717-865-6220
For more information about Landisdale Farm, please visit their Facebook page: facebook.com/LandisdaleFarm
S yc a m o r e S p r i n g O rc h a rd
year-round :: 9:00 - 5:00 see website for more information Products
• Pick-Your-Own ▫ Raspberries ▫ Cherries ▫ Apples ▫ Pumpkins • Apples • Local vegetables • Local fruits • Bakery • Tomatoes • Cheese • Cider • Handcrafts • Maple syrup • Flowers • Jam • Pumpkins
Apple orchard, farm market, and full kitchen/bakery specializing in homemade apple dumplings, pies, jams, soups and pierogies! We like families to come pick their own raspberries, cherries and apples. We have several festivals throughout the year.
2501 Heilmandale Road Jonestown, Pa 17038
For more information about Syacamore Spring Orchard, please visit their website: sycamorespringorchard.com
Leb anon Re gio n
Fr ey’s Far m M arket
Memorial Day - Labor Day Monday-Friday 8:30-6:00; Saturday 8:00-5:00 Products We sell our own fruit (straw• Baked goods • Fruit ▫ Strawberries ▫ Watermelon ▫ Cherries ▫ Apples ▫ Blueberries ▫ Peaches ▫ And more! • Gifts and crafts • Honey • Jams and jellies • Vegetables ▫ Potatoes ▫ Sweet corn ▫ Tomatoes ▫ Zucchini ▫ Sugar peas ▫ Sugar snaps ▫ And more! • We also sell seedling for fall cole crops in mid-summer along with a few bedding plants.
berries, melons, cantaloupe, and honeydew) as well as what we purchase from other growers (peaches, apples, blueberries, etc.). We also sell our own vegetables, we offer pick-your-own sugar peas, sugar snaps, hull peas, and green and yellow beans.
1874 Colebrook Road Lebanon, PA 17042
Dennis Frey 717-272-6342
H i t z M a r ke t
year-round :: Monday-Friday: 8:00-6:00; Saturday 8:00-5:00
Pies made from local fruits, deli, canned goods, plants, great homemade bakery. Deli items made in our own kitchen in small batches just like yesteryear.
2684 Lebanon Road Manheim, PA 17545
Bob and Ruth Hitz: 717-664-2922
Hon Ho n ey Bear O rchards B e ar rc ha rds
Ho n ey B ear O rchard s
Mid-May trhough mid-September :: please call for hours*
We are a family-owned and operated farm in business since 1980. It is our goal to provide a fun and safe atmosphere where people can come and pick their own high-quality fruit at reasonable prices.
1819 Thompson Avenue Lebanon, PA 17046
Pick-your-own: • • • • • • • • • • Apples Apricots Black raspberries Cherries Nectarines Peaches Plums Pears Strawberries Blueberries (coming 2013)
Nelson and Joanne Heagy email@example.com
For more information about Honey Bear Orchards, please visit their website: honeybearorchards.com
M a p l e Acres
Roadside Stand: fresh from the farm home-grown produce.
Carolyn Hoover 717-279-7973
1021 E Maple Street Lebanon, PA 17046
Fr ui t Reci pe: Ber r y bla s t S m o o t h ie
for more healthy recipes that can be made from farmfresh ingredients, see page 38
Pa t c h es Fami ly Cream e r y
year-round :: Tuesday-Friday: 9:00-6:00; Saturday 9:00-4:00*
Great farm fresh milk and ice cream right from our cows to you. All milk sold in our store is produced on our farm and bottled right here in our processing plant. Milk is fresh with no added hormones. Our ice cream is homemade; this means we make the mix with our fresh milk and fresh cream. We freeze it right in our processing plant.
• • • • • Milk Chocolate milk Butter Eggs Hand-dipped ice cream in cones, dishes, or containers to go
Mark and Stephanie Patches 717-273-1983 firstname.lastname@example.org www.patchesfamilycreamery.com
201 Fonderwhite Road Lebanon, PA 17042 *extended Summer hours: Tuesday & Wednesday 9:00-6:00. Thursday & Friday: 9:00-8:00. For more information about Patches Family Creamery, please visit their website: patchesfamilycreamery.com
S. Clyde Weaver
Thursday 8:00-7:00; Friday 8:00-7:00; Saturday 7:00-3:00
Smoked Meats and Cheese at the Lebanon Farmer’s Market. Since 1920, S. Clyde Weaver has been serving our friends and neighbors with the ﬁnest meats and cheese. In addition to a full deli product line, S. Clyde Weaver offers mail order and gift packs. Visit our websitefor more infomration on theses services.
• • • • • • • • • • Bacon Bolognas Dried beef Hams Lunch meats Salads Salamis Sausages Souse Domestic and imported cheeses ▫ Olive oils ▫ Vinegars ▫ Crackers ▫ Olives ▫ And other specialty products
35 South 8th Street Lebanon, PA 17042 Inside the Lebanon Farmer’s Market Visit our website for other locations around Central PA
717-569-0812 email@example.com www.sclydeweaver.com
For more information about S. Clyde Weaver Smoked Meats and Cheeses, please visit their website: sclydeweaver.com
Sey fe t’s Orch ard Seyfe r t ’s O rchard
S ey f er t ’s O rchard
Mid-June - early December :: call for hours Products
Pick your own: ▫ Varities of apples ▫ Cantaloupe ▫ Montmorency semi-sweet cherries ▫ Nectarines ▫ Peaches ▫ Pears ▫ Plums ▫ Sweet cherries ▫ Sweet corn ▫ Tomatoes ▫ Watermelon ▫ White peaches • Variities of preserves and dried fruits.
1050 Mt. Zion Road Lebanon, PA 17046
Dennis and Glenn Seyfert 717-272-2966
S t r e t c h you St ret ch yo u r d o lla r : y lla
For more moneysaving tips, see page 39
Palmyra and An n ville Re g io n
Bar e Foot O r g a n i c s – T h e Fa r m S t a n d i n M o u n t G r e t n a
June 23rd - September 29th* :: Saturdays 9:00 - 2:00
Bare Foot Organics is a USDA Certiﬁed Organic farming operation that grows over 50 varieties of vegetables, raises grass-fed beef and produces eggs, from pasture-raised hens, on three different family owned farms in Lebanon and Berks County. The Farm Stand in Mount Gretna will be Greystone Farm’s inaugural year in the historic village.
In the parking lot of Le Cigale Linen Shop: Route 117 Mount Gretna, PA 17064
• 50 varieties of certiﬁed organic produce • Low spray fruit • Certiﬁed Organic Eggs, from pasture-raised hens • Certiﬁed Organic ice cream • Certiﬁed Organic applesauce • Grass-fed beef • Wooden bowls hand-crafted from reclaimed Pennsylvania barn wood
Phil Stober 717-277-5461 firstname.lastname@example.org www.barefootorganics.us * 2012 dates: contact for updates
GAP Certiﬁed / Organic
C o u nt r y Vi ew G rocer y
open year-round *
We sell farm-fresh produce in season and grocery and convenience items year-round. * Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM Tuesday, Friday: 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM Saturday: 7:00 AM-4:00 PM
• • • • • Bulk foods Chips and pretzels Deli Grocery Homemade baked items ▫ Bread ▫ Whoopie pies, etc. Homemade jams and jellies Ice cream Local produce (when in season) Snack cakes Subs
542 Horseshoe Pike Lebanon, PA 17042 Moving to a new and expanded location in 2013: 1941 Horseshoe Pike Annville, PA 17003
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Wilmer Hoover: Manager 717-867-1618 email@example.com
Fa r m st ead Far m er s Ma r ke t :
year-round :: Friday 8:00-6:00; Saturday 8:00-3:00
We are a fantastic, clean, open year-round farmer’s market. Both market buildings are handicapped accessible and stroller friendly. We are a great family outing because there is something for everyone.
• • • • • • • • • • Bulk foods Coffee & tea Seafood, poultry, and deli meat Wine Gourmet chocolates Raw milk & ice cream Amish & whole wheat bakery Organic beef and cheeses Specialty gifts Food court
1976 Laudermilch Road Palmyra, PA 17078
Lauren Walmer 717-469-2606 firstname.lastname@example.org http://farmsteadmarket.com
For more information about Farmstead Farmers Market, please visit their website: farmsteadmarket.com
H owa rd ’s Fa r m Fre s h P r o d u c e
May 1st - Oct 31 Tuesday-Thursday 9:00-6:00; Friday 9:00-8:00; Saturday 9:00-4:00
Howard’s farm fresh produce has been operating since 1988. Specializing in a large variety of quality produce and friendly service.
Located in the parking lot of Laudermilch Meats: 724 West Main Street Annville, PA 17003
• Fruits ▫ Apples ▫ Blueberries ▫ Cantaloupes ▫ Peaches ▫ Pears ▫ Raspberries ▫ Strawberries ▫ And more! • Vegetables ▫ Broccoli ▫ Corn ▫ Onions ▫ And more! • Apple butter • Cider • Flowers
Samuel Howard 717-926-0927
L aud e r m i l ch M eat s
Year-round Tuesday-Thursday 9:00-6:00; Friday 9:00-8:00; Saturday 9:00-4:00
Experienced butchers at Laudermilch’s carefully prepare a wide variety of fresh cuts of beef, pork, and poultry, catering to your speciﬁc needs. Smoked meats, including sausages, ham, bologna and much more, are made in our own smokehouse. Famous for over 90 years, Laudermilch’s also offers the community a selection of wholesome, classic Pennsylvania Dutch dishes. For the customer on the go, the fresh prepared meals, sandwiches, soups, side dishes, and baked goods offer convenience and variety.
We have hundreds of fresh products, many made in our own store. Some items include:
724 West. Main Street Annville, PA 17003
• Fresh variety of David Laudermilch ▫ Beef, ▫ Pork 717-867-1251 ▫ Poultry products. • Lunch meats email@example.com • Cheeses laudermilchmeats.com • Prepared meals • Soups • Deli sides For more information about • Cookies Laudermilch’s, please visit • Pies their website: • Cakes laudermilichmeats.com • Candy.
Pa l my r a P ro ducersOn ly Far m ers’ Market
Pa lmyra Producer s- O ny Fa r m e r s ’ Ma r ke t
May-October :: 8:00-12:00 every Saturday, rain or shine
Come to the farmers market and meet the people who grow your food. Ask them when the produce was picked, the variety, and even how to cook it. Eat in season—buy local products
325 South Railroad Street Palmyra, PA 17078 Located in parking lot of Palmyra Municipal Building
• • • • • • • • Baked goods Cut ﬂowers. Eggs Fresh, in season produce Frozen, grass fed meats Herbs Home-made pretzels Raw milk, cheese, and yogurt
Tom and Sue Maurer 717-867-2874 palmyrafarmersmarket.com
For more information about Palmyra Producers-Only Farmers’ Market, please visit their website: palmyrafarmersmarket.com
Pa lmyra Real Food Em po r iu m
Thursdays 9:00-7:00; Fridays 8:00-6:00; Saturdays 8:00-3:00
Local, natural, organic, minimallyprocessed foods including: • Dairy: ▫ Raw milk ▫ Cheeses ▫ Yogurt • Dried fruits • Gluten-free foods • Juice and sandwich bar. • Local/organic produce • Meats ▫ Grass-fed meats ▫ Natural poultry ▫ Bison ▫ Wild-caught Alaskan Salmon ▫ Alaskan white ﬁsh • Pastured eggs • Pick-your-own herbs
Our mission is to provide a connection between farmers and eaters so that eaters learn what good food is and farmers have a place to sell it
707 East Broad Street Palmyra, PA 17078
Thomas Maurer 717-838-0028 palmyrarealfood.com
For more information about the Palmyra Real Food Emporium, visit their website: palmyrarealfood.com
R i sse r-M ar vel Far m M a r ke t :
Mid April - Mid December Monday-Friday 9:00-6:00. Saturday 9:00-5:00. Closed Sunday
Over 60 acres of farmland growing mouthwatering fruits and vegetables. We grow the alphabet from asparagus to zucchini! We begin the season with strawberries and asparagus and move through peas and beans to sweet corn, peppers, and ﬁnally pumpkins. See our website!
• Fruits ▫ Strawberries ▫ Watermelons ▫ Cantalopes ▫ And more! • Vegetables ▫ Sweet corn ▫ Tomatoes ▫ Zucchini ▫ Pumpkins ▫ And more! • Jarred goods • Cage-free eggs • Raw milk • Butter • Cheese • Baked goods GAP Certiﬁed
2425 Horeshoe Pike Annville, PA 17003 On 322, east of Campbelltown
Tina Forry 717-838-1438 firstname.lastname@example.org www.rissermarvel.com
For more information about Risser-Marvel Farm Market, please visit their website: rissermarvel.com
M ist y Run Tree Far m
Christmas season hours: Monday-Saturday: 8:00-5:00; Sunday 10:00-5:00* Location
2017 Brandt Road Annville, PA 17003
Grower of top quality evergreen trees and arborvitae. We also can deliver and install trees. We sell quality mulch products including black mulch, dried black, playground mulch, leaf compost, and topsoil. Delivery is prompt! * Starting Black Friday, we open our ﬁelds for the Christmas tree season. Hours are MondaySaturday 8:00-5:00 and Sunday 10:00-5:00. Year-round hours are availible by appointment (Closed January and February) For more information about Misty Run Tree Farm, please visit their website: mistyruntreefarm.com
Phil and Merry Civello 717-867-1715 email@example.com mistyruntreefarm.com
State Environmental Certiﬁed
Easte rn Le b an o n C o u n ty
Blue B l u e S p r uce Market M arke t
B lue Spr uce M arket
Early March - late December :: 8:30 - 6:00
A must stop for fresh fruits and vegetables in season as well as bark mulch and bedding plants. The source for Thelma’s Old Fashioned Recipes’ canned goods, fresh baked pies, bread and cookies. Custom-made fruit and gift baskets.
4401 Conrad Weiser Parkway Womelsdorf, PA 19567
Rhoda Knott 610-589-4374
• Fruits ▫ Apples ▫ Blueberries ▫ Cantaloupes ▫ Cherries ▫ Peaches ▫ Pears ▫ Strawberries ▫ Watermelons • Vegetables ▫ Lima beans ▫ Peas ▫ Sweet and frozen corn ▫ Tomatoes • Plants ▫ Bedding plants ▫ Mulch • Dairy: Milk & Cheese • In-store baker and deli kitchen • Hommade soup • Local brands ▫ Gene Wenger’s Hamloaf ▫ Zook’s chicken Pies ▫ Thelma’s Old Fashioned Recipes: 45 varieties of homecanned goods • Fruit baskets 26
Le b an o n P ro du ce Auc ti o n on Pro duc e Au c t io
L eb a n o n P r o d u c e Au c t i o n
Wholesale and retail auctions: • • • • Farm fresh produce Trees Flowers Shrubbery
Year-round 9:30 AM Produce auction* Location
166 West Reistville Road Myesrstown, PA 17067
Contact Name Joel Heisey 717-949-2643
*Winter: Hay only Produce auction: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday (in season: call to confirm)
Sa u S au de r ’s S t r awb e r r i es tr awber
S a u d e r’s St raw ber ri e s
Spring :: 7:30 AM - 8:00 PM
• Pick-your-own Strawberries
40 Lengle Road Myerstown, PA 17067
Paul W. Sauder 717-866-5807
S t r ac k’s Tree Far m
Fall and Winter Opens first Saturday in November; closes December 23 at 4 :00pm
We are a family-owned and operated “choose and cut” Christmas tree farm. We are open 7 days a week 9 am to dusk, starting the ﬁrst Saturday in November until December 23. We offer pre-cut trees from our 1888 barn from Thanksgiving until Christmas. We feature handmade wreaths up to 7 feet as well as swags and loose greens for those who are creative. We are not the largest tree farm in the county (only 28 acres), but we are the most friendly. 325 Ruth Drive Myerstown, PA 17067
John Strack 717-866-2053 JWC@nbn.net strackstreefarm.com
For more information about Strack’s Tree Farm, please visit their website: strackstreefarm.com
U lr i ch’s Far m M arke t
A family owned, farm fresh market. From strawberries to peaches and string beans to sweet corn, we grow it all!
On Route 897 (East Main Street) between Schaefferstown and Newmanstown. Stand is located between Horse Happy Road and Gravel Hill Road.
* H our s var y by day :
Monday, Wednesay, Friday: 9:00-9:00 Tuesday, Thursday: 12:00- 7:00 Saturday: 9:00-5:00 Closed Sunday
West C. Giller 717-949-4078 firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about Ulrich’s Farm Market, visit their Facebook page:
B e st Fr u i t and Vegeta bl e Nu g
All vegetables listed are grown fresh in Lebanon County
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I n -S e ason Vegeta bl es Refe re g
All vegetables listed grown fresh in Lebanon County
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I n - S e as on Fr ui ts Referenc e
All fruits listed grown fresh in Lebanon County
January February March April May June B l
Strawberries January February March April May June
I n -S e ason Co o k i ng H erbs Re g
All herbs listed grown fresh in Lebanon County
January February March April May June
In-Season Vegetables, Fruits, and Cooking Herbs References source: Molly Watson for About.com http://localfoods.about.com/od/searchbyregion/a/pennseasons.htm
August September A p p l e s
a c k b e r r i e s B l u e b e r r i e s C a n t a l o u p e s Cherries Currants G r a p e s M e l o n s N e c t a r i n e s P e a c h e s P e a r s P l u m s & P l u o t s R a s p b e r r i e s W a t e r m e l o n s August September
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July August September C h a r d G a r l i c P a r s l e y October November December
For more detailed information about the fruits, vegetables, and herbs listed here, please read Molly Watson’s article on About.com
Lin ks an d Reso u rces
Most ingredients listed can be found fresh in Lebanon County
Rec ipes: Watermelon Blueberry Banana Split
Preparation Time: 15 minutes Number of Servings: 4 Cups of Fruits and Vegetables Per Person: 3.00
Plum-Raspberry Dessert Soup
Preparation Time: 30 minutes Number of Servings: 4 Cups of Fruits and Vegetables Per Person: 1.00
Ingredients: 2 large bananas 8 watermelon “scoops” — a watermelon ball created with an ice cream scoop 2 cups fresh blueberries 1/2 cup low-fat vanilla yogurt 1/4 cup low-fat granola Directions: Peel bananas and cut in half crosswise, then cut each piece in half lengthwise. For each serving, lay 2 banana pieces against the sides of a shallow dish. Place a watermelon “scoop” at each end of the dish. Fill the center space with blueberries. Stir yogurt until smooth, spoon over watermelon “scoops.” Sprinkle with granola
Ingredients: 1-1/2 lbs (8 medium) fresh plums 1 cup fresh or frozen raspberries 3 (3-inch) cinnamon sticks 1-1/2 cup red dinner wine 1 Tbsp corn starch 2 Tbsp sugar Directions: Combine plums, berries, cinnamon and red wine in saucepan. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for 15 minutes. Whisk cornstarch with 1/2 cup water. Add to soup and cook, stirring until thickened. Add sugar to taste. Cool. Discard cinnamon then puree in electric blender. Chill until ready to serve. To serve, portion soup into shallow bowls. Add small scoop of low-fat frozen yogurt to the center of each bowl and garnish with mint, if desired. (frozen yogurt is not included in the Nutritional analysis per serving).
For more fruit and vegetable recepies, visit http://apps.nccd.cdc.gov/dnparecipe/recipesearch.aspx
M oney-savi ng t i ps:
Eating more fresh fruits and vegetables for less
• Mix it yourself. 100% juice from frozen concentrate is often less expensive per serving than pre-bottled juice. • Keep it simple. Buy dried beans, peas, and lentils in their raw or uncooked form instead of the processed and packaged versions which cost more. • To make many fresh fruits and vegetables last longer, store them in the refrigerator or freezer soon after getting home from your shopping trip. Many cookbooks offer speciﬁc freezing instructions. • Clearly label your foods in the freezer and refrigerator with the contents and date to stay within a safe time frame.
Finding the most economical way to buy fruits and veggies
uy fresh: apples, peaches, pears, blueberries, strawberries, cherries, cabbage, potatoes, broccoli, carrots, cauliﬂower, kale, sweet potatoes, spinach, squash/zucchini , mangoes, papayas, bananas uy frozen: raspberries, collard greens, turnip greens, okra
B B B
uy canned: green beans, tomatoes, sweet corn, green peas, asparagus uy dried: grapes (raisins), apricots
uy juced: grapefruit (frozen), orange (frozen), pineapple, prune (plums), tomato
For more money-saving tips, visit the CDC’s website: http://www.fruitsandveggiesmatter.gov/
View a full list of 30 tips,
or learn ways to eat more fruits and veggies!
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