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In The News

May 2018 - Shop Talk: Gentle Harvest in Marshall, Va


December 2017 - Gentle Harvest Delivers More Than "Fast Farm Food"


December 2017 - Conservation News


October 2017 - Provisions: Gentle Harvest

April 2018 - Edible Outtakes: Noteworthy bites, sips and sundry


"The broccoli is organic, of course. But you won’t find tags, even though most items in the store are organic. “We can sticker everything,” says Sully Callahan, director of business development, “but that’s not very green.”

"I try to respect the concept of free samples at stores and take one bite and move on, but the rich, luscious, French triple-cream cheese Le Delice de Bourgogne served with Bistro Savory Wafers at Gentle Harvest in Marshall, forced me to abandon all sense of decency and go back for fourths and fifths."

September 2017 - Gentle Harvest Receives Green Restaurant® 4 - Star Certification 

"Gentle Harvest in Marshall, Va. has received certification as a 4-Star Certified Green Restaurant® by the Green Restaurant Association (GRA). Gentle Harvest is the only location having received the four-star status in Virginia from the national nonprofit organization that helps restaurants become more environmentally sustainable."

September 2017 - 3 Virginia Food Establishments Receive MSC Certification

"Gentle Harvest in Marshall, Hunter’s Head Tavern in Upperville and Ayrshire Farm all have obtained certification from the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) for their credible standards of sourcing from sustainable wild fisheries and seafood traceability." 

March 2017 - This Little Piggy Went to Gentle Harvest 

October 2016 - Sandy Lerner opens new locally sourced food store in Marshall 

 “Gentle Harvest is a win-win for the local farms, residents and travelers along the highways,” Sully Callahan, who oversees management of Gentle Harvest, said in a statement.  “In essence it’s a concept where the farm stand meets the freeway.”  

October 2016 - Cisco co-founder Sandy Lerner’s next big idea: Redefining road food