Saturday, July 31, 2010

Treehouse Organics

Treehouse Organics is a Northeast Ohio based co-operative of local organic farmers, master gardeners, green growers, bee keepers, and craftspeople that are dedicated to offering the highest quality of organically grown foods, both fresh and preserved.
Founded informally in 1993 on just two small homesteads, we have grown to include members in Medina, Summit, Stark, Portage, and Carrol counties. this brings our privately owned operation to in excess of 200,000 square feet in urban, suburban, and rural areas.

We have never in the past, nor will we in the future, use any type of insecticide, pesticide, herbacide, or artificial/chemical soil enhancers. Neither do we add any type of unnecessary synthetic preservatives, sweeteners, salt or chemicals to our preserved products. What is on the label is exactly what is inside and nothing more.

 Our crafts and paper products are made from both recycled and 100% organically grown products within a 60 mile radius of Akron, Ohio. Ours is a labor of love for what nature has provided - sunlight, rain, and fertile soil.

All of our products are produced the old fashioned way - one at a time with an eye on quality not quantity. Our fruits, vegetables, herbs, and spices are harvested at their peak and offered fresh or processed immediately. If for any reason you are ever unsatisfied with any product, we will gladly replace, refund or exchange it, with no questions asked - ever. We are passionate about our ability to provide the very best, pure organic products at the lowest possible price to you - our friends and customers.

We welcome your thoughts, ideas, suggestions, and comments. If we have done it right, or wrong, please let us know. We are often asked if we accept barter asa medium of exchange. Our answer is a resounding YES! Ours is a labor of love for what nature has provided - sunlight, rain, and fertile soil.

All local deliveries are free of charge.


For questions or about our products, contact Ben
Find Treehouse Organics at a farmers market or check their event page


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