Provisions Downtown Grocery Store Opens in Harrisburg




Provisions, a new grocery store carrying fresh and healthy foods, has opened at Strawberry Square, 17 North Third Street, in downtown Harrisburg. Provisions offers a selection of fresh meat, dairy, produce and basic staple foods and spices that are healthy and wholesome ingredients for meal planning.

Co-founders Shaun Donovan and Adam Porter say, “The way we live is changing—shouldn't how we feed our families keep up? With more and more of us flocking to cities, it's more important than ever that fresh food be accessible and available, but in a way that fits our more compact, walkable lifestyles. Reducing waste, from farm to fork, is vital to keeping our bodies and planet healthy.”

For more information, visit ProvisionsHbg.com. | Facebook, Twitter & Instagram are all @provisionshbg.

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