Gallery: First Look: Smucker Farms Brings Pennsylvania's Lancaster County to D.C.

Mother and Son
Mother and Son

Eric Smucker, owner of Smucker Farms of Lancaster County, and his mother.

Roast Beef Sandwiches
Roast Beef Sandwiches

Food prepared by the staff at Smucker Farms, including grass fed (of course) roast beef sandwiches. The beef comes from a 15-hour smoked roast that owner Eric Smucker says is "New York strip tender."

Smucker Snacks
Smucker Snacks

A sample of the variety of chips, popcorns, and other snacks available at Smucker Farms.

Grass Fed Meats
Grass Fed Meats

The selection of purely grass fed meats available at Smucker Farms. "You pay grass fed prices, but even then our meats are a value," said Eric Smucker.

Gordy's Pickle Jar
Gordy's Pickle Jar

Stock from a local supplier, Gordy's Pickle Jar. They make sweet chips, hot chili spears, sweet pepper relish, and Thai basil jalapeños.

Tea and Gelato
Tea and Gelato

A selection of fermented teas and gelatos available.

Grass Fed Dairy
Grass Fed Dairy

Grass fed cheeses and milks from Lancaster County.

Eric Smucker
Eric Smucker

The owner of Smucker Farms at an event to celebrate the store's opening.

Smucker CSA Shares
Smucker CSA Shares

The first pick-ups are Tuesday May 15 and Friday May 18. Follow the store on Twitter for updates: @smuckerfarmsdc.