40 Under 40, Class of 2019

Stacey Mullen


The Berry Farm & Orchard

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Mullen graduated with an agriculture degree from Penn State University. She worked in the produce industry for about 10 years until she decided that selling it wasn’t enough and she had to grow it. Mullen took a position managing a large commercial orchard and started one of her own on the side with her boyfriend. When the commercial orchard went out of business, she was able to provide the community with a place to source fruit. Thus, The Berry Farm & Orchard was born, growing a variety of common and specialty fruit. Mullen also took a position at Timac Agro as the orchard and specialty crop representative. Not only does she get to share her passion of growing fruit with the community, she gets to share it as a full time job.

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