Kegel’s Produce is certified as a woman-owned, operated, and controlled business.

A member of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council since 2005, Kegel’s Produce is fortunate to have Sue Myers as its President since 1992.

Sue has been associated with Kegel’s Produce, along with her husband, Ken Myers and, later, her son, Kenny Myers, for many years! Amongst the various ways Sue has worked in Kegel’s Produce, some notable jobs include sales, checking in drivers, and working with the Management Team to raise the company to a new level. Sue can be seen around Kegel’s Produce attending sales and collaborative meetings, meeting with customers, and even dipping chocolate-covered strawberries or peanut butter eggs!

When asked about the importance of Kegel’s Produce being a woman-owned business, Suzanne replied, “It’s extremely important. Some of our customers take it very seriously and consider our WBENC membership when placing their orders.” She later remarked that she very much enjoys working at Kegel’s Produce and has no plans of slowing down!

Kegel’s Produce to Sponsor World’s Largest Chicken BBQ

For the 65th year, the local organization coordinates this event, and Kegel’s Produce is proud to be sponsoring the event once again. Over 24,000 meals will be served this year, and each will contain a banana from our own warehouse. Tickets are available at many local businesses, as well as on the day of the event at Long’s Park on Harrisburg Pike just off Route 30. Please come out and support the community beginning at 10:00am on May 20!

Official Event Website

Enjoy our Irish Blend of Wedged Green Cabbage and Yukon Gold Potatoes!

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner and what better way to celebrate than to eat like an Irishmen?  This month we will be spotlighting green cabbage along with our Yukon Gold potatoes.  Both items are regularly stocked and ready to be added to your next order!

Our green cabbage and Yukon gold potatoes are sold in a variety of ways, from full cases to fresh-cut we have you covered.  Call you Produce Consultant today for a list of options.

If you are short on time don’t fret, we have our very own Irish Blend that would make a great addition to any St. Patrick’s celebration! Our Irish Blend (ITEM #57) is made fresh to order and consists of green cabbage wedges, halved red potatoes and chunks of peeled carrots sold by the 5-pound bag.  We will be featuring this item until St. Patrick’s Day to be sure not to miss out!

Here’s to a long life and a merry one. A quick death and an easy one. A pretty girl and an honest one. A cold pint and another one!

Our hand-dipped chocolate-covered strawberries are back for Valentine’s Day, 2017

As the calendar turns to February, a yearly tradition at Kegel’s Produce takes center-stage. Our hand-dipped chocolate covered strawberries are back! Available in half or full-dozens, our berries are the finest in quality and are dipped in semi-sweet chocolate and feature a white chocolate drizzle. These are a perfect way to celebrate Valentine’s Day with that special someone!

To place your orders:

  1. Download this form.
  2. Completing the form.
  3. Email the form to Dawnne Monka at DMonka@kegels.com

You can also call Dawnne at (717) 392-6612 x609 or Customer Service at x619.

We will be accepting orders through February 18.Plate of chocolate-covered strawberries

You can pick up your chocolate-covered strawberries at the Produce Playground (2851 Old Tree Drive, Lancaster) on:

  • February 9: 8am to 4pm
  • February 10: 8am to 4pm
  • February 11: 8am to 12pm
  • February 12: 8am to 11am
  • February 13: 8am to 4pm
  • February 14: 8am to 4pm

We thank you for your continued support of Kegel’s Produce and we’re happy to keep the romance FRESH for you!

Get ready for the big game with Guacamole and our Fresh Cut Fruits & Veggie Trays!

A medley of Fruits and Vegetables worthy of a touchdown celebration

No sporting event is complete without some freshly-cut vegetables and fruits! Don’t worry—we’ve got you covered so you can concentrate on your Fantasy Football lineup. These items, made the day your order is placed, are available in three sizes: retail (3 to 4 pounds), small trays (5 to 7 pounds) and large trays (8 to 10 pounds). Both the small and large sized trays can be purchased with either Cream Cheese Fruit Dip or Ranch Vegetable Dip.

Our Fruit Trays include chunks of Watermelon, Pineapple, Cantaloupe, Honeydew and Cleaned Red Grapes. Vegetable Trays are made up of Broccoli & Cauliflower Florets, Baby Carrots, Grape Tomatoes, Sliced Peppers and Celery Sticks, which are garnished by sliced Radishes. We can also add or substitute special items at current market values.

Read more about our fruit and vegetable trays here.

Fruit and Vegetable Trays

A “Super Bowl of Avocados” for your Guacamole

Record volumes of avocados are expected to move for Super Bowl 2016. About 120 million pounds are expected to ship in the U.S. in the run-up to the big game!! Whether or not you like avocados, you really have to admire the way marketers have owned the Super Bowl! For no particular reason other than force of will, avocados—and the guacamole they produce—are indelibly linked with this major American sporting event.

Give our customer service team or your produce consultant a call today to find out more on purchasing some of these “alligator pears”!

5 Fresh Ideas

To help you better embrace the official fruit of the Super Bowl, we came up with five creative ways to make a better guacamole.

  1. Fast and dirty
    In place of the tomato, cilantro and red onion, stir in 1/2 cup of your favorite jarred salsa, 1 tablespoon olive brine, and 2 tablespoons chopped green olives.
  1. Mango-balsamic
    In place of the tomato, stir in the diced flesh of 1 mango. Use scallions in place of the red onion and 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar in place of lime juice.
  1. Chipotle-corn
    Stir in 1 minced chipotle and 1 tablespoon adobo sauce from a can of chipotles in adobo. Add 1/2 cup corn kernels.
  1. Tzatziki
    Use 1 cup finely diced seedless cucumber in place of the tomato and red onion. Use dill in place of the cilantro. Stir in 2 minced cloves garlic.
  1. Roasted garlic and poblano
    Roast a head of garlic with a little olive oil until tender and brown, about 30 minutes at 400 F. Roast a poblano pepper, turning frequently, until the skin chars. Remove the charred skin from the pepper, then chop the flesh. Squeeze the garlic pulp from the skin and mash. Mix both into the guacamole, omitting the onion.
Guacamole Challenge Winner

Kegel’s Produce employees compete in its annual Guacamole Challenge.