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The Farmers' Market Delivered

What’s in the Bag?

Winter citrus is great for a boost of Vitamin C, as well as adding tart and tang to salads and desserts.
This Week’s Menu

Eat More Fruits & Veggies

Sure, an entree salad easily covers more than half of your daily required servings of fruits and vegetables. But, who has the time for all that chopping? No problem – our fresh salads from Hometown Harvest Kitchen packs in all the flavor with none of the work! And, lest you get bored, we’ve got 5 different salads available. Order our 5-pack and lunch for the week is done!

Eat at Home

Much as we all know the benefits of eating at home—fewer calories, less salt, less sugar, less expensive—still our busy schedules makes it hard to prepare a home-cooked meal every night. Well, we’ve solved that for you! Enter “Slow Cooker Meals.” Arrives frozen, ready when you are. Thaw in fridge overnight, empty into crockpot in the morning, and come home to a hot, home-cooked meal!

What's Happening at SMC?

Farm Visits

Did you know South Mountain Creamery is open 365 days per year? Come on out, tour the farm, see the calves, have some ice cream.

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The SMC Story

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Whether you are one of our customers or are considering becoming one, it’s important to know the difference between South Mountain Creamery and the other guys:
Local fresh farm food vs. same ol’ grocery store goods.

We are not a grocery delivery service. We are→The Farmers’ Market, Delivered! Be sure to watch the video (above) to get the full story.

Hometown Harvest

Hometown Harvest and South Mountain Creamery have always maintained family ties. Bringing the two companies together is better for everyone. HTH provides fresh produce and artisan goods to SMC customers; HTH customers get to enjoy local dairy, grass-fed beef, and ice cream! Together, we’re better. It’s a win-win for everyone!

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In the Kitchen

Looking to ward off cold & flu season? We’ve got just the thing: Fire Cider. Listen, we didn’t name it, nor did we make it up. It’s an old folk remedy that goes back many generations; your grandmother probably knows what it is. Read More.