Berkshire Organics is a local, family-owned business created to bring area residents and local farms together. Our market offers the freshest, local & organic produce, local meat, farm fresh dairy, groceries, breads, baked goods, gluten-free foods, personal care, cleaning products & much more. We deliver fresh, local and organic produce and groceries to homes and businesses throughout Berkshire County.
- Everything is certified organic or locally, sustainably produced
- We work with over 50 local farms and businesses
- Order a produce basket or individual items (minimum order $35) for delivery or pickup
- Customize your order
- Competitive Prices
- No commitment. Order any time!
Let us bring the farmer's market to your door!
- December 23, 2013Christmas Week Store Hours:
Monday 12/23 - 9am-7pm
Tuesday 12/24 - 9am-3pm
Wednesday 12/25 - CLOSED for Christmas
Thursday 12/26 - 9am-7pm - Regular Hours Resume
For the weeks of Christmas & New Years All Deliveries & Store Pick-ups are moved ONE DAY LATER! Baskets will be delivered and ready for pick up Friday 12/27 & Saturday 12/28 rather than Thursday/Friday. We will be closed on Wednesday 12/25. Deadline for ordering is noon on Thursday.
- October 7, 2013Movie Night! Berkshire Organics and Beacon Cinema Presents GMO OMGClick here to buy tickets online:
- August 26, 2013
Berkshire Organics is the 1st Right to Know GMO Market in North America to be Spotlighted!
In 2008, Aleisha and Brian Gibbons started a small, local and organic produce delivery service out of their home in the Berkshires area of Massachusetts. Today they not only run a thriving, year-round market and delivery service, but they've also helped a friend, Pamela Denholm, start her own produce delivery service for residents in the South Boston area. And they've started a local school delivery program that they're converting into a 501(c)3 non-profit.
But that's not why we named Berkshire Organics to our list of Top 'Diligent Dozen" Right to Know Grocers. Berkshire Organics made our list because of Aleisha and Brian's commitment to educating themselves and consumers about GMOs, and to working to eliminate GMO products from their market, even when it means losing customers or profits.
Organic Consumers Association's Patrick Kerrigan from Minnesota visited our store and spent several hours with us last Tuesday learning all about Berkshire Organics. Click here to read why they chose us out of hundreds of stores across the country:
- July 4, 2013We are CLOSED TODAY for the 4th of July. We will be back OPEN TOMORROW (FRI) at 9am. Have A Safe & Happy Holiday!
- May 27, 2013Celebrate With Us - 5 Year Anniversary Grillin & Chillin Party! Friday, May 31st 3pm-6pm at the Berkshire Organics Market. Don't Miss (Click this link):
This celebration is a thank you to our loyal customers for helping us reach our 5 years in business milestone. We couldn't have done it without such an amazing community supporting us!
Stop by the Berkshire Organics Market for lots of FREE Samples, FREE ICE CREAM, Live Music, Raffles & More!
Grill Tent - featuring local, pasture-raised hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, sausages from Leahey Farm, Lee, MA & Busy Corner Farm, Cummington, MA
Maple Valley Free Ice Cream Scooping
Katalyst Kombucha Samples
Kosmic Kitchen Smoothie Demo - Katherine Miller will show us how she makes fabulous smoothies.
Berkshire Organics Kitchen Samples - Jeanne & Cassidy will offer many samples from our kitchen.
Appalachian Naturals Samples - Salad Dressings, Dips, Mustards, BBQ Sauce & More. Made in Goshen, MA.
Our Daily Bread Samples - sampling their gluten-free breads and regular loaves & cookies.
Monterey Chevre Samples - taste one of the finest cheeses made in the Berkshires.
Treeline Vegan Cheese Samples
Bola Granola Samples - taste the new gluten-free variety as well as the Bola Bar!
Maplebrook Cheese Samples - Mozzarella, Cheddar & Feta made in Bennington, VT.
Cricket Creek Cheese Samples - Try the creamy Berkshire Bloom along with Maggie's & Tobasi made in Williamstown, MA.
Raffles - Cash prize and gift certificates!
Meet Terry the Tomato - Terry makes her debut as the Berkshire Organics' mascot.
Live Music by Moonshine Holler - Moonshine Holler can only be described as "a two person music festival that captures the essence of American southern roots music." Featuring Appalachian ballads, blues and breakdowns on more musical instruments than they can juggle - fiddle, banjo, guitar, Hawaiian guitar, harmonica and ukulele - the duet has performed across the country and abroad.
- May 26, 2013We are OPEN TODAY until 6pm. The store is fully stocked.
We will be CLOSED TOMORROW (Monday) for the Memorial Day.
We will be back open Tuesday at 9am.
Stay safe and enjoy the rest of the weekend.
- April 20, 2013Day 7 Kosmic Cleanse from Maya (Click to read more):
Well, here I am on the last day of the cleanse...feeling great! I lost 2 pounds this week, my energy and clarity are better than they've been in months, and I was told by a friend today that I have a "glow" (never a bad thing to hear ;-). I'm also very cognizant of the fact that I haven't found the Kosmic Cleanse to be difficult in any way, whereas some cleanses and diets I've done in the past found me grumpy & tired, craving junky foods, and sometimes just giving up. The big difference here is that I'm actually looking forward to continuing a lot of the things I've been doing over the past 7 days. To clarify, here is what I have planned for my transition from the Kosmic Cleanse to a sustainable food lifestyle:
Keep right on consuming at least 7 servings of vegetables & fruits, every day. Whether it's with a green smoothie, a veggie roll-up, or a hearty soup, my body has really responded to the increase in produce in my diet, so I intend to honor that & continue to eat as many fruits and veggies as I can!
- Re-introduce seafood, but reduce overall consumption. I will also be diligent about origin--ensuring that the seafood I eat is clean & comes from either a sustainable farm or is caught in a sustainable way.
- Re-introduce eggs, which I get from a friend's farm. His girls are pastured & happy, and the eggs are naturally full of omega 3s and other nutrients.
- Re-introduce dairy, but reduce overall consumption. Although I usually try to consume pastured butter, cheese, and other dairy products, it hasn't always been a priority. I intend to make it one, eating less dairy overall, and ensuring that it comes from pastured cows, sheep, or goats.
- Re-introduce beef, chicken, and pork, but significantly reduce consumption. As I intend to do with dairy, I plan to only eat organically raised and/or pastured chicken and pork (preferably local), and only eat local, grass-fed beef. My intention is to eat meat no more than once a week.
- Stay gluten-free. I've actually been without wheat for about 2 months now, and I originally went off of it to see if it would make a difference with my chronic back pain. Now I notice that whenever I eat it, my pain gets worse (not a huge surprise, since wheat has inflammatory properties). Thankfully, I have Sami's lavash & bread, as well as Tinkyada brown rice pasta. Both allow me to satisfy those carb cravings without causing painful flare-ups.
- Significantly reduce sugar intake. I have a sweet tooth at times, but I feel confident that I can satisfy it with fruits and better-for-me options like dark chocolate or something homemade and yummy--with a lot less sugar.
- Re-introduce alcohol. I'm not a big drinker, but I really do love wine. In fact, when considering Katherine's advice to re-introduce 1 thing at a time when coming off the cleanseor coming off the cleansefor coming off the cleansefor coming off the cleanse
- April 18, 2013Day 6 Kosmic Cleanse from Aleisha (Click to read more):
On day 5, I had some cravings set in. I was missing cheese and eggs. However, I am determined to finish this cleanse with no cheating at all so I let those cravings subside. As I mentioned on day 4, this cleanse has really opened my eyes to how well the body responds to plant foods. The green smoothies are really one of the best ways to get several servings of fruits & vegetables at once. Katherine made a good point on one of the support calls when she reminded us that we should be getting 8-10 servings of fruits and vegetables a day and when you start your day off with a bagel you’re basically setting yourself up not to reach those goals. Each morning I have made a smoothie filled with berries, some citrus, hemp seeds and GREENS. Katherine really emphasizes the importance of greens for optimum health. They help detoxify the body and aid digestion as well as provide numerous nutritional benefits. I have used mostly spinach, salad mix, and kale but I have also used parsley and cilantro. Herbs help rid your body of toxins especially metals. With day 6 almost behind me, I am ready to take on the last day of this cleanse feeling better than I ever have!