Heritage Family Market
Heritage Family Market opened in December 2013 and now, the 4,000-square foot space is half retail — a deli counter, dairy and frozen food sections, and shelves of dry and canned goods — and half warehouse, office space and food prep/bakery.
Heritage Family Market sells deli sliced meats & cheeses, and has a bakery with fresh bread, cinnamon and raspberry rolls and whoopie pies. They sell bulk foods like flour, sugar, spices, soup mix, cappuccino mix, hot cocoa mix and nuts packaged for purchase. Frozen fruits and vegetables as well as dried fruits are also available for purchase. The store also sells jar goods like salsa, chow chow, pickles, relish, jams and jellies.
Much of the store’s inventory comes from Amish and Mennonite suppliers in Ohio and Pennsylvania, but several Virginia-produced items are on the store’s shelves as well. Eggs are free-range and farm fresh from within Botetourt County; cornmeal is procured from Big Spring Mill in Elliston; Vermont has nothing on the sweet maple syrup tapped in McDowell, a small town near Staunton.
The aromatherapy of fresh baked bread and cinnamon rolls may be the best reason to visit the store in the morning. Behind the deli counter, customers will find more than 30 varieties of Troyer meats and cheeses. While Heritage offers plenty of pre-packaged goods, many of the spices, flours, candies and nuts are purchased in bulk and packaged at the store.
Monday - Friday 9am - 5:30pm
Saturday 9am - 4:30pm