Subscription Information

Subscription Information

I wanted to add some detailed information about the new subscription option we've added to the e-store. This is something new that we are adding in 2016 for a variety of reasons.


I'm envisioning this as a sort of CSA for our low-sugar, all-natural spreads. There is a large upfront investment - jars, labels, fruit and other ingredients - before the farmer's market season begins and this helps Small Batch Kitchen bridge that gap. 


This is also a way for me to thank my loyal customers who visit me every month at the market or follow me to different events. By purchasing a 2016 subscription, I'm able to offer you a nice discount over my regular pricing.







Buy your subscription. In May, you'll recieve in the mail the following:

- Subscription Card and Number

- Detailed Schedule of Pickup Locations, Dates, and Times

- Schedule of Projected Flavors and Expected Availability

- Small Batch Kitchen Contact Information



The subscription is flexible. You get to choose the flavors from any in-stock flavor or email me to pre-select your flavors. You also get to decide when to use your subscription. If you love strawberries and want to use your entire subscription on the first market of the year, go for it! If you don't like strawberries and want to wait until peach season to cash in your subscription - that is OK, too!


Free Local Delivery - In addition to the various pick up locations - I will be offering free local (20 mile radius from Harleysville, PA) delivery. You'll have our contact information so you can request specific flavors and they'll be dropped off right to your door. 


Product Updates - You'll recieve periodic updates of what we are cooking up in the kitchen - so you can be first in line for a new flavor. 



The subscriptions in the store are for local pickup/delivery only - but please contact me if you'd like to do a long-distance subscription and we can discuss shipping frequency and fees. 

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