At the heart of healthy eating are fruits and vegetables, and at the heart of our store you’ll find an abundance of organic produce. Our selection includes local, specialty, and seasonal items. We work with dozens of farmers in Southeastern Pennsylvania who practice sustainable and regenerative agriculture. We define local as 100 miles from our distribution center in Downingtown, PA and demonstrate our commitment to local, sustainable agriculture through our partnership with the Pennsylvania Association of Sustainable Agriculture (PASA) and other agricultural organizations. Shop our Weekly Sales.
Peach recall: We were made aware by our produce distributor that Kimberton Whole Foods (Collegeville, Downingtown, Kimberton) sold peaches supplied by Wawona Organics that are being recalled for possible contamination with Salmonella. The peaches were delivered to KWF between June 9 – 16, 2020. Due to the perishable nature of the product, they would no longer be in the supply chain. The peaches we are currently offering are not affected by the recall.
- Organic fruits and vegetables
- Fair Trade tropical fruits
- Heirloom produce from local farms
- IPM tree fruit from local orchards
- Fermented vegetables and cold-pressed juices
The average family of four throws out approximately $1,484 worth of food and beverages each year. Here are tips and tricks to make sure you get the most out of your purchases.
We’re all familiar with the difference between a “certified organic” product and a “conventional”, or non-organic one. But do you know what it means when produce is labeled “IPM”?
Compost is one of those buzzy gardening words that we know, however vaguely, is a good idea, both for the environment and as a general practice. But, why exactly? And what is compost anyway?
Bux-Mont Hydroponics is located in Telford, PA on a family farm. Bux-Mont supplies our six Kimberton Whole Foods stores with beautiful, fresh lettuce all year long. We recently had the chance to catch up with owner Tim Gehman to learn more about his operation.
For Kimberton Whole Foods, these labels are not about keeping up with trends, or clever marketing: we are fighting for the safety and sustainability of our food system. So, why buy organic? And why look for the USDA Certified Organic label? Here are 8 solid reasons.
Two Gander Farm is a 10-acre family farm operated by Trey and Deirdre Flemming. This husband and wife team has been running the farm together since 2010. Their farm is located within a beautiful 260-acre preserve owned and managed by the Brandywine Conservancy.
Explore our aisle by aisle guide for pointers that will help put you on the path to GMO-free shopping.
Our Produce Category Manager recently toured some of the California farms that supply our stores with fresh organic produce.
Weaver’s Orchard is a four-generation farm located in Berks County, PA. Their preservative-free apple cider is pressed from September through May.
Esbenshade’s Greenhouses are family owned and operated in Lititz, PA. This local business provides us with the highest quality seasonal plants.
Established in 1944 in Boyertown, PA, Frecon Farms has been growing locally for over 70 years. Learn more about their IPM orchard.
On 5 acres of lush, green farmland in Paradise, Pennsylvania, work begins at sunrise for Chris Petersheim, owner of Paradise Organics.
Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative and its farmers are driven to provide high quality, locally grown and raised products, while staying focused on the small family farm.
This tropical fruit's texture, versatility and abundance of vitamins and minerals makes it an excellent meat alternative.
Mad Dog Farm is a small diversified and sustainable farm located in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. Black garlic is made on-farm from our sustainably grown garlic. It’s heat fermented...
Lady Moon Farms started in 1988 with 5 tillable acres and a dream. Owner Tom Beddard had a dream to change the world by...
Locally grown and hand selected gourmet Asian Pears from the Lehigh Valley.
Mother Earth Organic Mushrooms has been family owned & operated since 1919 and is celebrating its 25th year of organic mushroom production.
If you are trying to “shop small,” microgreens might be an ideal place to start. True Leaf Microgreens, owned and operated by Eric Franks...