Triple S Farm Products

Triple S Farm Products AKA Salsa Sisters are exactly that. Two sisters continuing their farm heritage by growing, tending, harvesting and processing fresh fruits and vegetables grown on their family's farm. We are producers of high quality home canned goods such as salsas, pickles, relishes, jams, jellies, chutnies, mustards, sauces, juices and more. The produce used in our finished products is grown by us, using mostly organic methods. Many of our plant varieties are heirloom and we collect and keep the seeds from year to year. We require a special variety of tomato for our salsas and tomato sauces, which cannot be found readily, so we start the seeds ourselves, as we do with many other species. Our recipes are either original or handed down over two generations. We have many unusual items besides the mainstays. There are no added preservitives and we try to keep sugar and sodium levels as low as scientifically possible. We are licensed and certified by the PA Department of Agriculture for food manufacturing and sanitation. Locally, we can be found at the Ligonier Country Market from late June through the end of the Market in October. There we sell an array of colorful, fresh produce in addition to the home canned goods. During the off season customers are welcome to call and pick up orders from my home in Latrobe.


Listing last updated on Mar 4, 2013

Salsas, Pickled Items, Jams, Jellies, Chutnies, Preserves, Sauces, Juices, Dipping Mustards. Home Canned Goods from Home Grown Produce! No added preservatives. Just the goodness of the produce picked at the peak of it's flavor and nutrient content, preserved for your enjoyment. Many Heirloom varieties used in our products. Recipes handed down from our grandmother in addition to Salsa Sisters originals. Call for current product availability.

Schedule and Location:

Ligonier Country Market Saturdays 8-Noon and occasionally the Latrobe Farmers Market Tuesdays from noon till four pm.

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