Eckerton Hill Farm

The Tomato Farmer to The Michelin Stars

Tim Stark is THE “Tomato Man” – tomato farmer to the (culinary) stars. His farm, Eckerton Hill Farm, has its origins on the rooftop of a Brooklyn brownstone, where Stark started his first tomato seedlings nineteen years ago. Today, Eckerton Hill Farm sits on 58 hillside acres overlooking the fertile Oley Valley of Berks County, Pennsylvania. Here they grow over 100 varieties of juicy heirloom tomatoes in every shape and hue. Famous chefs from Jean-Georges to Daniel, all call ahead to make sure they get their pick of Stark’s premier heirloom tomatoes. Even New Yorkers have a hard time grabbing some of these famous tomatoes at the Union Square Greenmarket – they usually sell out before noon!

We're not the only ones who love them!

Eckerton Hill Farm has been featured in the Washington Post, Gourmet Magazine, and on NPR. Their tomatoes have also been served at the James Beard House and iconic restaurants such as Daniel, Jean-Georges, the Four Seasons, and Telepan.

Eckerton Hill Farm

The Tomato Farmer to The Michelin Stars

Tim Stark is THE “Tomato Man” – tomato farmer to the (culinary) stars. His farm, Eckerton Hill Farm, has its origins on the rooftop of a Brooklyn brownstone, where Stark started his first tomato seedlings nineteen years ago. Today, Eckerton Hill Farm sits on 58 hillside acres overlooking the fertile Oley Valley of Berks County, Pennsylvania. Here they grow over 100 varieties of juicy heirloom tomatoes in every shape and hue. Famous chefs from Jean-Georges to Daniel, all call ahead to make sure they get their pick of Stark’s premier heirloom tomatoes. Even New Yorkers have a hard time grabbing some of these famous tomatoes at the Union Square Greenmarket – they usually sell out before noon!

We're not the only ones who love them!

Eckerton Hill Farm has been featured in the Washington Post, Gourmet Magazine, and on NPR. Their tomatoes have also been served at the James Beard House and iconic restaurants such as Daniel, Jean-Georges, the Four Seasons, and Telepan.