Beiler’s Penn Dutch Market offers produce, bulk foods
|Beiler’s Penn Dutch Market offers produce and bulk foods at 13160 Cleveland Ave.|
|Photo courtesy of Beiler’s Penn Dutch Market|
Owned by Floyd and Edna Beiler, the business was established in 1981 and is located at 13160 Cleveland Ave., just north of state Route 619.
Store Manager Earl Niestoeckel said Beiler’s has a large selection of produce from local Amish farmers and others delivered daily.
“Right now we have lots of leaf lettuces, early Ohio corn, tomatoes, onions and more,” said Niestoeckel. “We are also getting fresh blueberries from Michigan, and we have good prices on them.”
The blueberries are available in pint, quart and 5- and 10-pound boxes.
The store also has regionally grown green beans, large cucumbers and broccoli, as well as cooking and eating apples and other fruit, including tart cherries now arriving.
Milk and other dairy products are also available at the store, and a deli offers a variety of luncheon meats and cheeses. Deli trays can also be ordered for special events, according to company officials.
In addition, homemade pies created by a Mennonite bakery are also available.
According to company officials, specials also are offered weekly.
Beiler’s also carries hundreds of different bulk food items that offer savings. Niestoeckel said the items include different kinds of flours, cookie mixes, spices, herbs, nuts, dried fruit, pasta, beans candy and more. The selection is a great source for bakers, he added.
Beiler’s also sells a variety of fruit baskets that can include cheese, deli items, nuts and chocolates in addition to fruit. For details, visit the website www.beilersmarket.com.
Various kinds of wild bird feed, straw and other items are also sold at the store.
The market is open year round Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
For more information about Beiler’s, visit the website or call 330-699-3433.
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