69 responses to Would you buy food from an Amish salvage store?
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    Linda
    Health Inspections and such- (August 10th, 2013 at 11:31)

    Health Inspections and such-

    Came upon an Amish baked Goods stand in upstate N.Y. The stand was in front of the home but near the road. An Amish young lady was there – the baker. Are there not health inspections necessary with the selling of home baked goods? In the NYC area, you need a license. Just curious. -Linda-

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    Would you buy food from an Amish salvage store? (August 13th, 2013 at 14:42)

    I bought two great fresh tomatoes at one of those stores in Fort Plain. See my blog for more Amish discoveries….http://amishdiscoveries.blogspot.com/

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    Supplier (January 12th, 2014 at 23:53)

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    J T
    Would you buy food from an Amish salvage store? (January 18th, 2014 at 09:52)

    I hit three or four of such stores everytime I make a run to the country. These stores a mostly operated by Mennonites and employ Amish. They are smart buyers and almost everything I’ve had is excellent. The prices are quite reasonable. Each location might have something that makes them different. An orchard fruit farm will sell goodies, both baked and raw. Some make killer sandwiches and others have the best produce ever.

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