Swiss Villa Farms

   In 2004, a herd of Brown Swiss cows in Dauphin County, Pa, near the town of Gratz, were being milked for the sale of their raw milk. The farm setting gave a complimentary feel to the Swiss herd, as the farmer himself was also of Swiss descendant. Thus the Swiss Villa name held a cherished title for his venture. He began marketing goods from his small farm to health food stores in his home state.  Several friends and neighbors took the opportunity to market their products along with his.  Therefore, a few cheeses, meats, spelt bakery items and other products started to accompany the raw milk sales. 

   You see, in earlier years in the old country, most of the Amish and Mennonite forefathers were just simple peasant farmers.  They worked the land and involved themselves in animal husbandry. This provided for the needs of their families and to bless the communities around them. They strongly believed “The earth is the Lord’s” and we as mankind, are just stewards of the blessings God has entrusted to us.

   The name Swiss Villa today holds more of a connection to European ties than just a breed of cattle.  We also carry the culture of a village working together for the good of others. It is our desire to provide a market for our plain community.  Also we are providing goods with high quality characteristics, both in healthful nutrition and taste.

COMING SOON - Patagonia Provisions

 With Patagonia Provisions, they make that turn and step toward a new kind of future. One filled with deeply flavorful, nutritious foods that restore, rather than deplete, our planet. A future with widespread adoption of Regenerative Organic Certification, which ensures that food is produced in ways that build soil health, ensure animal welfare and protect agricultural workers. In short, they are talking about foods that are a key part of the solution instead of the problem.

Supplement of the Month - Milk Thistle

                                            A little love for your liver

Your liver is like a type A workhorse protecting your body from poisons and toxins. It never quits. So give your liver the love and support it deserves. After all, a healthy liver means a healthy you. 

 

Features

  • 90ct Non-GMO bovine gelatin capsules

  • Made with whole Certified Organic Milk Thistle seed, freshly powdered and prepared with love for optimum potency

  • Certified Organic Milk Thistle seed extract standardized to 80% silymarin

  • FREE from dairy, wheat, gluten, peanuts, soy or corn allergens 

  • Product verified Non-GMO by SGS, an independent, third-party lab

Health& Beauty

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Introducing the first sprouted antioxidant skincare featuring Sulforaphane.

Sulforaphane is potent phytonutrient derived from cruciferous sprouts like broccoli and swiss garden cress. Sulforaphane helps release detoxifying enzymes to fight oxidative damage and slow down the signs of aging.

Dr. Bronner's

Dr. Bronner’s was founded in 1948 by Emanuel Bronner, a third- generation master soapmaker from a German-Jewish soapmaking family. He used the labels on his superb ecological soaps to spread his message that we must realize our transcendent unity across religious & ethnic divides: “We are All-One or None!” Still family-owned and run, Dr. Bronner’s honors its founder’s vision by making socially & environmentally responsible products of the highest quality—and by dedicating our profits to help make a better world. All-One!

 

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612 Allegheny River Blvd

Oakmont, PA 15139

 (412) 828-4244

Store Hours

Mon - Fri 10 AM to 6 PM

Saturday  9 AM to 3 PM

Sunday CLOSED

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