New!! Fresh and local soups from Bowlface in Newtown!! Made from local, organic, and/or non-gmo ingredients. Vegan and so delicious; the staff is already raving about them! Try each one:
- South Indian Roasted Cauliflower
- Moroccan Spice Chickpea
- Portuguese White Bean and Kale
Healthy and delicious choices are waiting for you at the Doylestown Food Market. Stop in today!
August 30 – Sept 27Read more
You almost need a medical degree to understand today’s commercial skincare solutions from hyaluronic acid and retinol to microdermabrasion. There is no doubt that science work wonders for some; but when it comes to taking care of our body’s largest organ, Katie Ryan puts all of her faith in plants.
With no initial experience and little in the way of examples to follow, Linda Shanahan and her husband, Eric Vander Hyde, took a nutrient-stripped sod farm in Doylestown and transformed it into a thriving certified organic herb farm and education center. Barefoot Botanicals, located on Decatur Street in Doylestown, specializes in medicinal and culinary herbs for use in aromatics, medicinal uses, cooking and cocktails!Read more
Reaching out to pick that plump juicy organic tomato right off the vine is more than just a commitment to clean eating, it is a connection that binds you to the climate, soil, people and principles that are behind the certified organic and sustainable bounty at Sandbrook Meadow Farm.
Hungry and in a hurry? Make Doylestown Food Market your one stop shop! We have everything you could need from grocery essentials, to body care and wellness! And make sure to pick up lunch or dinner (and dessert, of course) while you're here!
You have to give love to get love. So with great skill and passion, Bucks County native, Malaika Spencer, turned her love of growing into a bountiful community oasis known as Roots to River Farm. What started out a small plot of land in New Hope, PA has grown to 12 acres that straddle the Delaware River between New Hope and Titusville, NJ, where Spencer grows 250 varieties of certified organic vegetables as well as herbs and melons.
Stoney Lane Organic Farm in New Hope has traveled far to reach its goal of becoming an organic vegetable farm. What started out as a dairy farm 25 years ago and transitioned to soybeans, hay and field corn, today boasts six thriving acres of organic vegetables and organic certification just a year away.Read more