The Doylestown Farmers’ Market – an exceptional shopping experience

A flourishing canopied open-air market in the heart of Doylestown Borough, the Doylestown Farmers’ Market is a worthwhile venue to visit and may just keep you going back week after week. The Buckingham Township Civic Association (BTCA) will celebrate the 41st season of the Market this upcoming spring.

The original goal of providing a variety of produce and other edibles produced locally and made easily available to the public, remains the same today. The Market was established to help support the local economy, and thus a motto of “Buy Local, Save Bucks” was chosen.

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Doylestown Food Market has a feast for you!

In the heart of Doylestown, the Doylestown Food Market is a feast for your eyes, your stomach and your heart! Open seven days a week, it brings you the best of Farmers’ Markets and more all year long.

Fruits, vegetables, eggs, cheeses, raw and minimally pasteurized milk and dairy products, pastured and grass fed meats free of antibiotics and added hormones, locally milled grain, bulk grain, beans, rice spices and so much more!

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ShopRite’s locally grown produce – Bringing farm fresh foods to your table

Craving a meal that tastes farm fresh and is full of flavor? You’re in luck! With a quick stop at your local ShopRite you can pick up locally grown ingredients to make delicious and easy summer meals.

“Locally grown” ShopRite produce is grown on farms within our market area – New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Connecticut and Delaware.

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Rolling Harvest Food Rescue

The mission of Rolling Harvest Food Rescue is simple: to connect donated fresh, locally grown and nutritious produce from farmers in the region with neighbors in need. They work efficiently and effectively to get the food to where it’s needed the most. They glean in the fields and help with the harvest. And they educate with a variety of printed nutrition information and recipe handouts at their free farmers markets located in many of their hunger-relief sites to encourage the recipients, many of them families and senior citizens, to incorporate this healthy food into their daily diets.

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