Harvest Market to Charge 10¢ for Paper Carryout Bags Beginning February 1
When the first handles were stitched onto paper bags by a Minnesota grocer in 1912, he charged customers 5 cents—about $1.12 in today’s money. Eventually grocers began to give the bags away to customers, but by the 1980s, the rising cost of paper bags caused most stores to switch to the much cheaper, plastic T-shirt…More...
Thai Coconut Soup
January is National Soup Month and this Thai Coconut Soup deserves a spot in your meal plan. Aromatic and as spicy as you like it, this recipe relies on pantry staples, so you can make a batch whenever the mood strikes.More...
Harvest Market Cheeseboard Tips
Celebrate Good Food Month This October
If you’re like many shoppers, you wish to know how the food you buy affects people and the planet, including how it was grown, harvested and produced. Because of this, you seek greater transparency from stores like ours, as well as from your favorite brands and the companies who produce your food. We, too, believe…More...
Grilled Vegetables with Farro
Grain bowls make a quick and healthy dinner that can be customized anyway you love! This recipe utilizes a base of farro, an ancient grain bursting with protein, antioxidants, and a nutty flavor. The rich flavor of farro is brightened by homemade dressing of lemon, garlic, and fresh tarragon before it’s topped with fresh veggies…More...
Tomato, Peach and Basil Pesto Pizza
Stone fruits are such gems of summer produce! You’ve had them in dessert or right off the tree, but have you ever thought of putting them on pizza? Lean into the combination of sweet and savory with this tasty Tomato, Peach, and Basil Pesto Pizza. Utilize your favorite pizza dough and brush it with pesto,…More...
Tasty Three Layer Dip
Easy to assemble and great with chips or veggies, this dip is the perfect appetizer to bring to your summer shindig!More...
Berries and Cream Crêpes
Enjoy these delicate crêpes dolloped with whipped cream for a sweet breakfast or special dessert!More...
Peanut Butter Cup S’mores
Next time you’re gathered around the campfire, roast some Dandies and try this twist on a classic s’more!More...
Harvest Market is a grocery store—albeit one that specializes in organic, non-GMO and locally produced foods to the best of our sourcing ability. Grocery, then is a funny category. Grocery items tend to be produced in factories from multiple ingredients. Boxed cereals, canned soups, frozen pizzas and jarred pasta sauces are some of the foods commonly thought of as “grocery”.
Our product standards are what set Harvest Market apart from a typical grocery store. When we look at bringing in a new product we first make sure it is free of a long list of artificial colors, flavors, preservatives and otherwise completely unnecessary chemicals. Then, we make sure that it contains no ingredients that are at-risk for GMO contamination unless they are certified organic or the product has been verified by the Non-GMO project. (Currently ingredients at-risk for being genetically modified are corn, soy, canola, alfalfa, sugar beets, zucchinis and yellow squash.) view morehide