Holiday Planning? We're here to help.

Pre-ordering your holiday favorites with Mariposa guarantees quality at an affordable price, with local, fresh turkeys start at just $2.89/lb. for Mariposa owners, and $3.19/lb. for non-owners. To place your order, fill out the form below.

How to pick up your pre-order

If you plan to shop while picking up your pre-order, we advise you do so before you head to the register. When you're ready to checkout, please tell your cashier your name, owner number (if applicable) and pre-order item. If you pre-ordered a turkey, your $20 deposit will be used toward the total cost of the item. Please note the following pick up dates and times:

Koch's & Howe turkey pick up: 8 am - 10 pm | Saturday, November 17th - Wednesday, November 21st

Variety & Pricing

Turkeys will arrive on Saturday, November 17th and must be picked up by Wednesday, November 21stBecome an owner to save on your holiday favorites.

 

Howe All Natural

Weight ranges: 10 - 26 pounds

Owner pre-order price: $2.89/lb

Non-owner pre-order price: $3.19/lb

DEADLINE IS PASSED.

Koch’s Heirloom Bronze

A strain of Orlopp Bronze known for great taste, less fat, and superior meat. 

Weight ranges: 10 - 22 pounds

Owner pre-order price: $3.69/lb

Non-owner pre-order price: $3.99/lb

DEADLINE IS PASSED.

Please note, a $20 deposit is required to pre-order a holiday turkey.

This amount will be applied to your purchase when you pick up your turkey in-store. Because turkeys come in many different sizes, we request that you specify your preferred range. While we cannot 100% guarantee you the exact weight, we will do our best to ensure you get the turkey you reserved.

Not ready to commit? A limited number of turkeys will be on sale in store beginning Sunday, November 18 while supplies last.

Who are our turkey farmers?

Howe Turkey Farm, Downingtown, PA

Nathan and Julie Howe have been farming turkeys since 2008. Every year, around 4,500 turkeys arrive at the Howe farm as one-day poults in the beginning of July. Howe all natural turkeys are fed a vegetarian diet. Read more about their farm in the 2014 fall issue of Edible Philly.

Koch’s Turkey Farm, Tamaqua, PA

Koch’s Turkey Farm is a pioneer in raising antibiotic-free turkeys with an all vegetarian diet. Farming since 1939, the Kochs do not use animal by-products or by-products of any kind such as out of date bakery goods, fish meal, or pet food by-products. Koch’s Turkey Farm is GAP (Global Animal Partnership) and Certified Humane approved. The farm provides its turkeys with twice the amount of barn space as is required by normal commercial growing practices.

Variety & Pricing

All pie pre-orders are due Sunday, November 17th. Crust Vegan Bakery pies may be ordered through their website by 12 noon on Sunday, November 11th. Pick up your holiday pie between Tuesday, November 20th and Wednesday, November 21st. A limited supply of holiday pies will be available for purchase in store beginning Tuesday, November 20th.  

Crust Vegan Bakery

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Please visit www.crustveganbakery.com to pre-order pies.

9” Apple - $22

9” Pumpkin - $22

NEW! Willamette Valley Pies

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8” Apple - $8.99

8” Marrion Berry - $8.99

8” Cherry - $8.99

Who are our bakers?

Crust Vegan Bakery, Philadelphia, PA

Women-owned and operated, Crust is a vegan bakery (and Mariposa favorite!) Bakers Shannon and Meagan - the vegan baking queens of Philly - have been baking out of a local commissary kitchen since August 2015. Crust baked goods are free of artificial colors, flavors and preservatives. Everything is hand-made with all natural ingredients and 100% vegan.

NEW! Willamette Valley, Salem, OR  

Willamette Valley Pie Company has been growing berries locally in Salem, Oregon for three generations. What began in 1999 as a small cannery-style operation in a backyard warehouse has quickly turned into one of the Northwest’s leading processors of high-quality berry products. Willamette Valley is a family-owned business that works closely with 20-30 local growers each year.