We know it can be hard to make it out to the local farmer’s market one night a week to stock up on fresh produce, and expect your purchases to stay fresh until the following week, so we are here to be your everyday farmer’s market. We have trucks in several times a week bringing plenty of fresh produce so that you can swing by on the way home, and pick up what you need to cook a fresh, delicious meal. We strive to only carry the best produce and buy as much local produce as possible. In fact, we have personal relationships with most of our local produce farmers.
Spring has sprung so expect to start seeing early season local produce like: baby potatoes, new potatoes, asparagus, peas, rhubarb, strawberries, radishes, carrots, celery, turnips, artichokes, spinach, cress, spring onions, garlic, greens, and lettuce!
Need some ideas on how to use fresh and local produce? Check out our recipe blog, Nalls’ Kitchen.
How do you cook your favorite Nalls produce? Send your favorite recipes featuring fruits and vegetables to email@example.com. Or share pictures with the hashtag #cookingwithnalls on Pinterest, Facebook, or Instagram.
In addition to great produce we have preserves, candles, popcorn, tea, kombucha, pickles, coffee, old-fashioned sodas, local honey, spices, candy, and great seasonal items. We are the perfect place to shop for gifts for the localvore in your life! Or you can purchase a gift card, so your friends and family can pick their own special Nalls presents.
We carry dairy products from Trickling Springs Creamery in Pennsylvania. Their milk comes from grass-fed cows who are not pushed in growth or production by synthetic hormones. We have milk in both glass and plastic bottles, ice cream, cheese, cream, organic butter, and the most delicious and creamy eggnog ever. Our customers love their rich chocolate milk, their eggnog in the winter, and the new ice cream flavors that come out every month. We also carry yogurt from Pequea Valley, fresh cheeses and Greek yogurt from Blue Ridge Dairy, and cheese from Clover Hill Dairy in Maryland.
We are not able to sell the eggs from our chickens, but we do carry Grade A brown pasture-raised eggs from Nature’s Yoke in New Holland, Pennsylvania. They come from cage-free hens who recieve no drugs or hormones and consume no pesticides.