Welcome to Lancaster Farm Fresh at Reading Hospital

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Fresh Certified Organic produce delivered to you weekly! The farmers take deep pride in the quality of vegetables they grow, raising each crop with meticulous attention and thirst to refine their cultivation techniques. They strive to provide the best value of Certified Organic foods available in every share.

For more information or to sign up, visit:
http://www.lancasterfarmfresh.com/csa


LANCASTER FARM FRESH Share OPTIONS INCLUDE

  • Vegetables
  • Fruit
  • Eggs
  • Bread
  • Meat
  • Chicken
  • Herbs
  • Flowers
  • ...and MORE!!

For more information or if you have any questions, contact:

  • Lancaster Farm Fresh by email, csa@lancasterfarmfresh.com, or by phone, 717-656-3533.
  • Erica Klopp by email, erica.klopp@towerhealth.org, or by phone, 484-628-8335.

Select Reading Hospital as your pick-up site. Pick up is every Wednesday from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Doctor’s Office Building, Second Floor Lobby.


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How long will the Co-Op Last?

The Co-Op program and Weavers Orchard boxes are available year-round. The program will last as long as there is interest.

Can I split a share with a co-worker?

You may certainly make arrangements to split a share or box with a co-worker, however you take responsibility for ensuring the food is picked up and split accordingly.

How much does it cost to participate?

Prices change from season to season. Current season costs are available at www.lancasterfarmfresh.com

Payment plan options are available on the purchase application online. Subsidies are available for low income families from Lancaster Farm Fresh. Please call 717-656-3533 or go to www.lancasterfarmfresh.com/csa/FreshFoodFund to inquire.

What if I forget to pick up my share?

If you forget to pick up your share, your produce will be donated.

Can someone else pick up my share for me?

Yes!

Where can i learn more about Lancaster Farm Fresh?

Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative is a non-profit organic farmers cooperative of 75 farmers in Lancaster County. They focus on creating healthy high-quality foods from our highly maintained and enriched soils on their small-scale family farms.

What are the benefits of eating organic produce?

Organic farmers use less energy, less water, and no pesticides. Organic food is usually fresher when eaten because it doesn’t contain preservatives that make it last longer. Organic farming practices also reduce pollution (air, water, and soil), reduce soil erosion, and increase soil fertility.