Our family is committed to producing the highest quality food using no artificial or chemical inputs of any kind. It’s not some “new idea” or “latest fad.” It’s the old-fashioned way — the way our grandparents ate before added chemicals, preservatives, GMOs, and subsequent medical problems came into the picture.
While the greater food industry--along with government "experts"--will claim that all food is the same regardless of how it's raised, at Pasture to Fork we don’t adhere to that idea at all. There are numerous variations to how foods are raised or produced that certainly play a part in how they taste and what value they bring to the eater. This has been known for millennia, and we may well be the first culture to act as if such a utopia existed and society pretends food is the same regardless of how it’s produced.
We believe it matters how food is produced, for both the eater and the environment, and do all we can to bring you the best value in truly pastured raised meats and dairy.
We raise your food on our Chester County, PA farm, along with help from our trusted farm partners
Choose from our broad selection of product available from either our on-farm store or for delivery to you.
Enjoy the pleasure and satisfaction of eating carefully raised beyond-organic food with your family and friends.
Whether you're new to this type of direct-from-the-farm nourishment or are a seasoned outside-the-mainstream eater, join us in our family farm’s mission to take back our food and our health from the clutches of industrialization and the havoc it has wrought on the biological world of food and farming.
After having been on this journey to improve our diets via clean food for more than a decade, and seeing the marked improvements to our family's health, we encourage people to change the way they see—and think about—food. Because the food we eat is fuel, as much as gasoline is fuel for our cars. And most of us do not want to find out what happens if we burn dirty gasoline in our vehicle. Making incremental changes is far less daunting than doing a major one-day overhaul. Start with one meal a day that you can feel really good about. Or eliminate one food a week that you know isn’t good for you, replacing it with a natural healthy alternative, if possible.
Join the growing community of eaters who are choosing to take back our food from the multi-national giant, Big Food. Jump on in, the water's great!