We offer a wide range of items from everyday essentials to specialty products. We have organic and natural products, general grocery staples, specialty items, a gluten free section and many locally sourced items such as: coffee, honey, baked goods, hemp products, teas, juices, sauces, jams, canned goods, raw milk, smoothies, yogurts, and ice cream.
We have a diverse menu of made -to-order sandwiches, wraps and hoagies. Check out our seasonal specials. We use fresh local ingredients as much as possible. We also have a fully stocked deli for sliced meats and cheeses. You can find delicious locally produced cheeses in our Grab N’ Go cooler, and local pasture raised meats in our freezer.
You are always sure to find the perfect gift for any child or child-at-heart in our toy section. We offer fun and unique finds whether it’s an old-time tin toy, a yodeling pickle or a children’s book from a local author.
We have a large selection of bulk food products. Whether you are looking for grocery staples, baking supplies, snacks, candy, pastas, grains, nuts, or dried fruits we have all the basics covered and then some.
Check out the many local talented artists who keep our 135-year-old shelves stocked with jewelry, pottery, candles, soaps and lotions, decorations, and rag rugs. It’s easy to find that perfect one-of-a-kind gift for anyone on your list.
We have fishing supplies, such as lures, lines and bobbers, and live worms during fishing season. We can also issue PA fishing licenses.
You will always find fresh made salads in our Grab N’ Go cooler, and from October through March, we serve hot homemade soups. Most of our salads are made with organic and locally sourced ingredients, some of which comes right out of our store garden, so you know each one is bursting with healthy fresh ingredients. Follow us on Facebook or Instagram for updates on our weekly specials.
We source most of our produce from an organic wholesaler and grower in Lancaster, PA. During the PA growing months you will see lots of hyper-local products from our neighboring farmers and growers. Whether it’s freshly picked berries, stone fruits, apples or pears, tomatoes, and peppers, etc. all local items are labeled with the farm and town where they were grown.