Thank you for the overwhelming interest and support during these first weeks of Harvie Farms Pittsburgh deliveries. We had no way of knowing that a global health crisis would impact our plans to provide high-quality local foods to homes in Pittsburgh this year. But particularly now, when store shelves can be suddenly empty, we feel the deep importance of our local food supply. So we feel honored and grateful that Harvie Farms is able to provide a needed resource during these uncertain times. It is humbling to feel so quickly embraced by our community. And we sincerely appreciate your support for our mission of making it as easy as possible for families to buy from local farms.
This farm stand ordering period is for home delivery on Tuesday March 31 between approximately noon and 5pm. You will receive a text message when your order arrives at your door.
Please remember that this farm share may include meat along with other farm products. You are able to completely customize the contents of your box once you place your order. Click to remove or substitute the products of your choice. Please be sure to check what will be in your box and make any edits before the period closes at noon on Friday. We recommend placing your order quickly as supplies are limited.
This week, in addition to the items we had last time, we have a lot of new and exciting options too.
- Organic Russian Banana fingerlings, yellow storage onions, and shallots from Clarion River Organic
- Organic pea shoots and arugula from Who Cooks for You Farm
- Chamomile, Tulsi, and Happy Blend herbal teas from Cherry Valley Organics
- Miscela Bar light roast coffee beans from La Prima Espresso
- Old Gold and Buttercup cheeses from Hidden Hills Dairy
- Royer Mountain Alpine-style cheese from Clover Creek Cheese Cellar
- Beef hot dogs, flank, skirt, brisket, and ribs. Pork kielbasa and sausage all from Jubilee Hilltop Ranch
Please know that we are closely monitoring and following the recommendations for Covid-19 food safety practices. We do our very best to keep your foods clean and safe. Know that our food chain is short and traceable. Again, we appreciate your trust and support!
Be safe and eat well!
--Neil & Simon
ps--The picture above shows beef cattle grazing springtime pastures at Jubilee Hilltop Ranch in Bedford County.