Paradise Organics, Paradise, PA: 18 Miles

Kimberton Whole Foods Local Story Paradise OrganicsOn 5 acres of lush, green farmland in Paradise, Pennsylvania, work begins at sunrise for Chris Petersheim, owner of Paradise Organics.

“Since I was a child I’ve had an interest in gardening and always wanted to be vegetable farmer. I grew up helping on my uncle’s farm – growing alfalfa and corn.”

Chris founded Paradise Organics in 1980 and continues to live and work on the farm with his family. His lifelong passion for farming and growing organic produce shows through in his work at Paradise Organics. All of Paradise Organics’ crops are Certified Organic and grown without the use of pesticides.

Paradise Organics Kimberton Whole FoodsKimberton Whole Foods has worked with Paradise Organics for over 10 years. We are proud to have a longstanding relationship with a farm dedicated to consciously growing their crops, and we look forward to the next arrival from the farm. Our Produce Category Manager, is always impressed by the impeccable quality of Paradise Organics’ crops.

4 thoughts on “Paradise Organics, Paradise, PA: 18 Miles

    • Hi Barbara,
      Yes, insecticides are considered a type of pesticide – so they are not permitted to be used on certified organic products.

      Thank you,

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