CVO online market

CVO Online Farmers Market

Order now for pick-up or home delivery this Saturday!

CVO online market

CVO Online Farmers Market

Order now for pick-up or home delivery this Saturday!

Due to the closure of our regular farmer's markets, our Farm Market & Cafe, and other face-to-face events, we have set-up our Farmers Market online!
  • Each week new fresh farm products will be available for ordering between Wednesdays at 10 am and Fridays at noon. 
  • New Pick-up Option! Free order pick-up is available on Saturday mornings between 10 am and noon at our Farm Market & Cafe in Burgettstown, PA, or on Sunday mornings between 9 am - 1 pm at the 11th Street Farmers Market in Downtown Pittsburgh.
  • Home delivery is available for $15 in the City of Pittsburgh, and communities south and west of downtown. If you are north or east of downtown, please contact us for delivery rates.
  • All of the products on our website are eligible for pick-up and home delivery.
  • Many of our products are also eligible for shipping if you live outside the area.
  • All products are available until they sell out. Some products carry over into the next week's OFM.
We will continue our Online Farmers Market each week as product is available through the remainder of the COVID-19 crisis. Subscribe to our email list to get notifications of new products! If you have any questions about the OFM, please contact us at info@cherryvalleyorganics.com and we will be happy to help.
We will get through this together. Thank you for your support of local small businesses!

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Cherry Valley Organics Emily
Farm Market & Cafe Supervisor

Emily Kramer

Emily has spent most of her life here in Pennsylvania, but her childhood was spent in New Mexico. “My mother was the person to first expose me to the world of gardening. With a seemingly constant season of drought, we were restricted to watering once a week. I recall taking showers with a bucket to catch any spare water to help my mother’s struggling vegetable garden. You could say I was exposed to organic growing at an early age, eating cherries from a neighbor’s tree.”

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