Oxford Hall Delicacies Now Available Year-Round




Oxford Hall Celtic Shop & The Tea Corner Café is stocking food from their New Cumberland farmers’ market throughout the off season, including organic longhorn beef and pork products in the freezer, as well as organic local honey, organic sauces, apple butter, pumpkin butter, apple juice and more. All these products are from Latimore Valley Farms, in York Springs.

They also sell homemade and local McGraths Bread and Sandy Ridge Farms free range eggs from Elizabethtown. Local microgreens and Mushrooms are coming soon. The café makes everything from scratch, with several vegan and vegetarian options. They also make authentic English and Irish foods. An import grocery area features food products from the UK and Ireland. These products contain less sugar, salt and have fewer ingredients with very little preservatives.

Location: 233 Bridge St., New Cumberland. For more information, call Cindy Washburn at 717-774-8789, email OxfordHall@aol.com or visit OxfordHall.com.

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