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Lots of different bulk products,. Fresh produce etc. Great prices. Friendly little store. If you click on map on trip advisor it will take you down scenic road,. If heading north on Centerville it is just past scenic on the right.
We discovered this bulk food store a couple of years ago. Sometimes they are out of items but they have a large variety of baking goods and every day household items. I love to buy small bags of different flours, rice and beans in different...More
I've been buying their chow chow and bananas for the last five years and their prices have stayed the same. Chow chow cost $4.79 per quart and bananas cost $.49 per pound. Name any other store that can match those prices.
My husband and I came across this store while exploring the beautiful countryside roads in Lancaster County. As the name states, they house a very large variety of bulk foods for general use and for baking, along with a good supply and variety of herbs,...More
When traveling through Lancaster County, we enjoy shopping at the smaller, local stores and shops. This store is called a Bulk Food store and some may not want or need bulk foods when traveling, but we always find items to purchase. Many items can not...More
My mom and I recently discovered this little gem hidden off a back road in Lancaster and we love shopping there. Great prices and they have so many interesting things. I purchased all my peaches there for canning and they were so delicious. They don't...More
Great place to purchase bulk food items and fresh produce in Lancaster County's Amish country side. Prices are comparable to other area stores like Kauffmans or Shady Maple. Make sure you have cash, they don't accept credit cards.
I found prices at Shady Maple to be better than Centerville but to be in the store with several Amish/Mennonite shoppers was fun including seeing them load purchases into bicycle baskets, buggy and pull behind carts was interesting. The deli items, eggs and produce was...More