What We Sell
The Berea College Farm Store offers a wide variety of fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs, grains, beans, mushrooms, honey, pork, beef, chicken, and more – all produced by students gaining hands-on farming experience while working their way through college. Lunch is served Tuesday-Friday and breakfast and lunch are served on Saturday.
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311 North Main Street, Berea, KY 40403
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Check out what our customers are saying about the Berea College Farm Store!
The Berea College Farm Store has a lot of products that come from the local area and has a service that creates a friendly and wholesome atmosphere. They have a range of products such as organic yogurt that is made without any artificial preservatives, fresh fruit and an assortment of cheese. I enjoyed the service as the staff was very helpful and friendly. I would recommend the Berea College Farm Store to anyone, whether a foodie or passerby.
If you want the most fresh food, as well as some special kinds of food that you can not find anywhere else, you can’t miss this!!!
Food grown and raised just down the street. In the old broomcraft building (in front of Seabury Center), very nicely renovated. Students appear to be involved in every facet. Watch through the window as lads and lasses in lab coats make sausage! Besides its own meats, veggies, grains, legumes, honey, and baked goods, offerings are rounded out by some regionally produced cheese, pasta, misc sauces and condiments, as well as soaps and other products for the epidermis. And seeds! Awesome idea, well executed. Way to go, BC.
I have always been a fan of Berea College and this food store is a wonderful addition. I picked up some delicious looking bread and some seeds to plant in my spring garden. Coming or going down the interstate I always make time to stop and see what is new happening at the college
Enjoyed our lunch: Will come back! You guys taste great! – July 2016