Certainly! The Amish/Mennonite-style bulk food is a specialized line of foods that are often hard to “come by”. We make it easy for you to find these items, as well as offering a huge line of goodies and old-fashioned candies. These foods come in large quantities (15 – 100 pounds). We repackage these items to ensure you a large assortment, fresh food and an affordable price. It is a typical store in most Mennonite or Amish communities. . Many of our items come from the Lancaster, PA area, providing you high-quality items at affordable prices.
I’m looking for something I don’t see on your shelves. Can you order it for me?
We listen to your requests, so if you have an item you are looking for and don’t see it, please be sure to ask! We have expanded our product line by hearing what your requests are, searching for the item and bringing it in as a mainline product.
What makes your meats and cheeses different from anyone else’s in town?
First of all, ask for a sample of anything in the deli, and you’ll be able to taste the difference! We purchase our deli products from Lancaster, PA, a place noted for superior quality food! The deli meats we have, live up to this reputation! Most of the cheeses have no hormones! What’s more… we do our best to keep the prices the most affordable in the area!
Do you make the jams & jellies?
We make some of the apple butter in house. The rest of the jams & jellies are made by some of our Amish-Mennonite friends. They are great quality and come in a large assortment of flavors. They are available with or without sugar.
We noticed the Bible verses around the perimeter of the store. What part does religion play in your business?
Well, let’s just put it this way, because of Jesus, our lives have been changed. His gift to us, is life. How we live our lives is our gift to Him. Our goal is to show His love to all those that we come into contact with. When we have something this good, it just causes us to want to share it with others.
What methods of payment do you accept?
We accept Visa, MasterCard, EBT (Food Stamps), Personal Checks (good ones, of course ☺ ), and Cash.