Green Harvest
Food Emporium
140B Northampton St.
Easton, PA 18042
Mon. - Fri.: 7am - 7pm Saturday: 8am - 4pm Sunday: 8am - 2pm

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Where Green Tastes Great ...

Doreen Repsher, owner of Green Harvest Food Emporium in the Eastonian Condominiums,
uses recycled or rapidly renewable resources throughout the deli."


Green Harvest Food Emporium is located in the Grand Eastonian Suites Hotel directly across the street from Nature’s Way on Northampton Street in beautiful downtown Easton, PA. Green Harvest Food Emporium’s green philosophy is to buy local, serve fresh and do right by the environment. Doreen Repsher and her staff uses recycled or rapidly renewable resources throughout the deli.

Our gourmet deli features menu items such as home-made wraps, sandwiches, salads, soups, and paninis. At Green Harvest Food Emporium, Doreen Repsher and her staff will accommodate any dietary needs for their customers. They offer vegan and vegetarian menu items and feature gluten free meals as well. Fresh baked goods are made on site and available for breakfast or a quick snack throughout the day.

In addition to natural smoothies, Green Harvest offers express drinks made with freshly roasted Torreo beans, iced and frozen drinks, and natural sodas.

We are the preferred caterer for the Grand Eastonian Suites Hotel. The hotel offers several banquet and meeting rooms to accommodate groups of all sizes. Whether you are looking to hold a business meeting or a social event, Green Harvest Food Emporium and the Grand Eastonian Suites Hotel will be happy to assist you throughout the planning process.

Off site catering is also available. Green Harvest Food Emporium will work with you to create a menu to accommodate your guests’ needs. The catering menu provides you with catering suggestions, but we are happy to fulfill your request.

From the Express-Times:

"A new deli/market called the Green Harvest Food Emporium in the Eastonian Condominiums, which itself is a reuse of an old hotel at 140 Northampton St. in Easton, is definitely green.

Owner Doreen Repsher used recycled items and fixtures made from rapidly renewable resources throughout the deli. Read more about it here or keep reading this entry for tips on how you can live a "greener" lifestyle. Cedar Crest College's Dr. John Cigliano, director of the Biodiversity and Conservation Biology Program, has compiled some easy tips that can help you conserve energy and be Earth-friendly. Buy local and organic produce. A lot of carbon is released from transporting food. The average food item we eat travels 1,500 miles before it reaches our tables. Furthermore, industrialized farming techniques release methane (an even more devastating greenhouse gas), use petroleum-based pesticides and are highly mechanized, meaning they burn a lot
of fossil fuels."

"Doreen Repsher wanted to stick with the Green theme, when she opened her fabulous new gourmet food emporium here in the EASTONIAN @ 140 Northampton Street...'Green' serves a double entendre for plenty of green fresh locally-grown veggies on sale and for the recycled materials she used to decorate her gourment deli - including green recycled traffic lights that illuminate the counter and cases filled with healthy delectable goodies. I had a 'spicy buffalo shrimp' wrap for lunch today.. it was spectacular! The menu features interesting sandwiches & salads that leave you wanting to come back to try more.

From Northampton Community College Magazine:

doreen repsher northampton community college'Repsher, a hotel/ restaurant management graduate, started Green Harvest in Easton on the ground floor of the Grand Eastonian Suites Hotel (formerly The Historic Hotel Easton). Everything about Green Harvest Food Emporium shows that Doreen Repsher’s heart belongs to Planet Earth. While they can accommodate a vegetarian or even vegan diet, they’re mostly just about health. “We’re just trying to make good healthy foods,” Repsher says.