Local Couple Opening Natural Food Store, Deli in Seneca

| January 11, 2015

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SENECA, Pa. (EYT) – Farmers Daughters Country Deli and Market on Route 257 in Seneca will be opening its doors to the public soon.

Owner Melissa Perry, of Seneca, told exploreVenango.com, “I cannot give an exact date, but we will be open during the third week of January.”

“My husband, Bruce, and I have been working on this project for five years. It has been a process, and we are excited to open.”

The deli and market will offer bulk foods, natural products, gluten free groceries, and various homemade items. Some of the groceries that will be sold include jelly/jams, lunch meats, cheeses, salads, baked goods, fresh produce, and an array of common grocery products.

“We will be selling milk in glass jars that will be coming straight from the farm and farm range eggs,” Perry said.

The store will hold an espresso bar, and the deli and market will sell sandwiches and soup.

There will be seating available and the option of take-outs.10422277_308434012696760_6831825789114702209_n

“We are merging into having a take out menu,” Perry said. “But for now we will offer different soups and make sandwiches upon ordering.”

Perry, who worked at UPMC Northwest for 26 years, said she came up with the idea for the store from talking with patients and realizing the need for specialized groceries.

“Patients were driving to Erie to purchase gluten-free or natural products,” Perry said. “The store will provide less costly specialized products without the travel.”

The store will be open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. A grand opening will take place in Spring.

“We wanted to bring real good wholesome products to local people, and it was needed in the area,” Perry said.

For more information on Farmers Daughters Country Deli and Market, visit their Facebook page.


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