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Paradise Store is Now OPEN

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October 19, 2023

Paradise Store Now Open

Our Simply Grassfed farm store is open for business in Paradise, PA 10 miles east of Lancaster, just an hour from Philly, and an hour and a half from Baltimore.

We offer a nice selection of our on-line menu for easy pick up to include our 100% grass fed/grass finished beef steaks, roasts, osso buco bones, ground beef, organs, and beef broth.

We have our pasture-raised pork, chicken, and turkey meats as well.

Frozen Meats Burke's Garden

Our store shares the space with Alpine Heritage Creamery, so you can pick up any of your favorite raw A2/A2 100% grass fed and finished jersey artisanal cheeses. You might even catch Alvin at work and ask him to show you around.

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Get away to the country for an afternoon, avoid shipping costs, and pick up your meats and cheeses at the store for less.

Hours of Operation: Monday thru Friday 8:00 - 4:00

Stop by and see us!!

Contact me if you have any questions.

Phoenix
Simply Grassfed
Connecting Food & Health

Burke's Garden Farm

Alpine Heritage Creamery

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