Welcome to Grandma Zook’s Produce & Bakery!
Grandma Zook’s Bakery and Produce is built around the idea of “getting back to the basics.” We are a family owned and operated market—deeply rooted in creating a melting pot of delicious food, great ideas, and community connection. We offer a variety of local, organic, farm fresh produce, as well as imported organic produce.
Stop in for breakfast, coffee and cappuccino, lunch, or dinners to go. We make our own homemade baked goods, breads, salads, smoothies, and fresh juices. We are also partnering with several Lancaster County produce farms, dairy farms, bakeries, coffee companies, and an organic produce distributor. We are located at Ludwig’s Corner, Pennsylvania.
Grand “Re-Opening” on Monday April 2nd! Winter is almost over, and we are ready for spring flowers, new menu items, and reconnecting with you!
We carry a large variety of organic, aeroponic, conventional, and local produce. Vegetables, greens, melons, berries, and easy to make at home meal-prep combinations are conveniently available at our storefront or online. Our goal is to have the freshest seasonal produce available for you to make great meals at home or on-the-go. Swing through and shop the storefront or search our online store here.
Homemade Baked Goods
We use USA grown, non-GMO King Arthur flour and Bob’s red Mill gluten-free flour for all of our homemade baked goods. On site we bake fresh croissants, cinnamon rolls, bread, gluten-free specialties, as well as whatever the seasons bounty calls for! We also carry Amish-made pies, donuts, and whoopie pies along with several Pennsylvania Dutch specialties.
Juices & Smoothies
We can make your favorite juice to order in just a few minutes. We juice all of the produce items that we carry in the market. We offer specials for juice cleanses and a loyalty program. Customer favorites include our “V-10″—a vegetable blend of local and organic produce and herbs; or “Get up and Go”—green juice with kale, apple, sprouts, lemon, and cucumbers; or a sweet smoothie with strawberries, bananas, and Pequea Valley yogurt.