Weaver’s Orchard & Farm Market
Nestled in the scenic hills of Berks County, Weaver’s Orchard is an expansive fruit farm with a year-round farm market stocked with fresh and local produce, a cafe, deli, bakery and more. Come enjoy pick-your-own fruit from June to October as well as many family-friendly events centered around our crops. We’re conveniently located at the corner of Berks, Chester & Lancaster counties, just 10 miles south of Reading and 5 miles from the Morgantown interchange on the PA turnpike for easy access from Philadelphia.
Experience pick-your-own fruit season here, which starts in June with strawberries. Other crops you can enjoy throughout the season include red and black raspberries, sweet and tart cherries, blueberries, blackberries, apricots, plums, peaches, nectarines, apples, pears, quince, pumpkins kiwiberries, sunflowers and more until the season wraps up in late October. We use an Integrated Pest Management approach with our farming practices that employs many preventative and organic methods to ensure that our crops and our land remain healthy.
Farm Market Open All Year
When you shop our year-round farm market, you’ll find our homegrown fruit plus an array of produce which we carefully select for quality as well as our award-winning freshly pressed apple cider. Treat yourself to a delicious espresso beverage at Kim’s Cafe or pick up some fresh baked goods in our bakery. Don’t forget to grab a sandwich or cold cuts in our deli. Browse grocery items as well as an assortment of locally sourced dairy items and free-range meats. Shop in-store or online. Curbside pick-up and local delivery within 10 miles is available!
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From Our Blog
Root Vegetable Gratin
There is a trend on the internet that goes like this, “Tell me you are a ___ without actually telling me.” The list of possibilities are endless and the trend provides a window into various industries, professions, and life situations that for those who can relate is often quite funny. This weekend I was making dinner and as the two dishes were side by side, I couldn’t help but start to laugh thinking, “Tell me you’re the parent of two young children without actually telling me you are.” and I snapped a picture of our dinner. A very standard cheese pizza aside a root vegetable gratin. I love pizza as…
Breakfast Around the World Part II
Last week on our blog, we explored what people eat for breakfast in different countries around the world including Europe, Scandinavia and Asia. It was a fascinating look at the differences in what people enjoy for the first meal of the day. This week, we’re going to feature some insight from when some of our staff had lived in South and Central America and Africa. South & Central America Mexico Janell (Weaver) Gutierrez, who lived in Mexico with her husband and their children, shared some delicious breakfast ideas based on what’s common in Mexico. “The Mexican breakfast is hearty and usually a bit spicy. While most people will not have…
Breakfast Around the World Part I
Sometimes I’m pretty creative with cooking. Other times, I’m happy to eat the same thing every day. We typically eat scrambled eggs every morning in our household with toast or oatmeal, but when the price of eggs jumped earlier this year, my husband and I began reflecting on what people eat for breakfast around the world. We worked with international students in France for several years and had a lot of friends from around Europe that shared some of their breakfast favorites with us. Some sound delicious, some sound…adventurous! Since much of the Weaver’s Orchard staff has also lived abroad for some amount of time, I got input from a…