We’re committed to offering dairy products raised naturally and organically without hormones or antibiotics. Much of our yogurt, milk and artisan cheeses come from local farms within 100 miles of our distribution center in Downingtown, PA. We work with farms that practice responsible husbandry, considerate handling, appropriate shelter, and provide access to nutritious feed and clean water.
- Gourmet cheeses
- Block, shredded, and sliced deli cheeses
- Grass-fed butter
- Milk, raw milk, A2 milk, half & half, and cream
- Goat milk, yogurt, and cheese
- Dairy-Free Alternatives including milk, yogurt, cheese, creamers, and more
- Local: our dairy case features over a dozen local farms
- Raw: Look for raw goat and cow milk, as well as raw cheeses
Camphill Village Kimberton Hills’ certified organic biodynamic raw milk dairy farm is tended to by a crew of up to 10 farmers including villagers (adults with developmental disabilities) and coworkers (volunteers and long-term volunteer residents).
Natural By Nature is a cooperative of Certified Organic dairy farms located right in central Pennsylvania. Our stores are proud to carry the rich,...
Located in the rural heart of Chester County, The Farm at Doe Run was purchased in 2008 by Pennsylvania native Richard Hayne, founder of...
Dutch Meadows' organic raw milk is produced by grass-fed Dutch Belted cows. They are known to produce milk containing a high percentage of A2 type casein protein.
At Wholesome Dairy Farms in Oley Valley produces local, grass fed raw milk, kefir and yogurt.
Locally crafted ice cream made with Trickling Springs Creamery's grass fed milk, seasonal ingredients and made from scratch baked goods.
Seven Stars Farm is a certified Biodynamic dairy farm in Phoenixville, Pa that has been making high-quality yogurt since 1988.
In just over a year's time, Andy and Jen have developed Weckerly's into a full scale business that produces some of the most sought after ice cream in Philadelphia.
Yellow Springs Farm is located just a few miles from our Kimberton store. When Al and Catherine Renzi purchased the farm in 2001, they made sure that the land would stay true to its heritage by securing an easement with French and Pickering Conservation Trust to protect it from development. The couple makes award-winning goat milk cheeses and other goat milk products, and they also run a native plant nursery on their property.