Meet Our Vendors
Dickinson Dining Services has established business relationships with multiple local food producers. In doing so, we are supporting sustainable efforts through limited delivery travel and fostering local jobs and keeping our spending in the community. Each of these vendors delivers directly to us at the Holland Union Building. Here are the local producers we purchase from:
Dickinson College Farm
553 Park Drive, Boiling Springs
6 miles from campus
Dickinson College's USDA-certified organic farm supplies Dining Services with fresh vegetables, fruits and beef. In season, products can be found on our salad bars and are integrated in recipes in our kitchen for use in entrees and side dishes.
Three Springs Fruit Farm
1600 Bendersville Wenksville Road, Aspers
20 miles from campus
Three Springs Fruit Farm routinely delivers fruits including multiple varieties of apples, peaches and other tree fruits to Dickinson. Additionally we purchase fresh-pressed apple cider from the farm.
Swiss Premium Dairy
2401 Walnut Street, Lebanon
42 miles from campus
Dining Services purchases dairy products including milks, half and half and buttermilk from Swiss Premium Dairy. We also receive tea cooler (a Dickinson favorite) from the dairy.
Tom Jones Honey
2989 Enola Road, Carlisle
7 miles from campus
Independent bee keeper Tom Jones sells bulk honey to Dining Services throughout the year.
844 West Trindle Road, Mechanicsburg
9 miles from campus
Dining Services purchases breads and rolls from Terranetti's Bakery, a family-owned Italian bakery.
Warrington Farm Meats
885 Mount Zion Road, Dillsburg
14 miles from campus
Warrington Farm Meats provides locally raised beef products and burgers to Dining Services. Additionally, Dining Services purchases other cuts of meat for larger functions and catered event.
Additionally, we purchase from the following local distributors:
Feesers Food Distributors
James C. Bartoli, Inc. Produce
John Gross & Company Food Distributors