Organic Bakery Filled With Locally-Sourced Products

Our bakery vendors prepare fresh pies, breads, pastries, and plenty of locally-sourced grains to fuel our community. Each baked good comes packed with higher nutritional content and fresh flavor from Pennsylvania grains. 

100% locally-sourced grains

Ursa Bakery is one of our featured bakeries that prioritizes locally-sourced ingredients. Their fresh loaves are 100% made with locally-sourced grains. Pennsylvania grains are nutritious, sustainable, and most of all delicious! When you shop local goods, you can taste the difference. See for yourself and pick up one of our Rye, Cinnamon Raisin, or Seeded loaves at Dave’s Backyard Farms.

Apart from our classic loaves, you can also find seasonal specials. During the holiday season, we had a Chocolate Cranberry Boule. You will just have to come on by to see what new flavors we have in store!

Dave’s Backyard Farms takes pride in selecting the freshest baked goods sourced with locally grown ingredients. Each of our local vendors prioritizes sourcing quality ingredients through sustainable practices. Stop by to find scrumptious baked goods with the freshest flavors and healthiest ingredients.

Come try some of these popular treats from our bakery selection:

  • Whole grain sourdough breads baked fresh every Thursday and Saturday
  • Fresh baguettes that are still warm!
  • Addictive pretzel shortbreads from Lost Bread Company
  • Scones, galettes, biscotti, and cookies from Heart and Stone Bakery
  • Sweet berry pies and quiche with golden, flakey crust from Pie Bird Farm

Our Bakery Partners

Spelt Berry Bakery

Bread and Hummus from locally sourced farms.

Nord Bread

Specializing in sourdough

Ursa Bakery

Small bakery making nice bread from 100% local grain.

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