Summer Beez  is a family owned and operated apiary in Berlin, Massachusetts. Surrounded by apple orchards and family farms, they sell pure, raw honey. The apiary also supplies bee packages, including complete beehives with bees and native queens, as well as local pollination and hive maintenance. 

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Hand-crafted on the 225-year-old Goodnow Farm in Sudbury, Goodnow Farms Chocolate has won dozens of national and international awards for its is single-origin, sustainably produced chocolate. Owners Tom and Monica travel throughout Central America to work directly with their farmers, ensuring that they’re fairly compensated for their cacao and their farming practices are sustainable.

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A seventh-generation family farm, Balance Rock Farm raises grass-fed beef and lamb, as well as veal, chicken, pork, and eggs. They also sell livestock feed and compost and manure.

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Assabet Village Co-op Market - Chip-In Farm Bedford

Chip-in Farm was established in 1944, when Hendrick and Thelma Couveé, along with their son Herbert, “chipped-in” to purchase a former dairy farm on Hartwell Road. Now in its third generation, Chip-In Farm sells its own organic produce, pasture-raised eggs and grass-fed beef, pork, and lamb, as well as products from local producers. The farm…

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Assabet Village Co-op Market - Newgrange Farm Goats

Newgrange Farm is a small, family run farm raising dairy and market goats, chickens, ducks and bees. Products include duck & chicken eggs, all natural goats milk soap, and honey

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Shelburne Farm in Stow is the oldest pick-your-own apple orchard in eastern Massachusetts. It has been owned and operated by the Painter family since the 1990s and prides itself on family-friendly options, from pick-your-own apples to hot cider donuts (watch them drop into the fryer through the window!) to a mini-tractor race track, farm animals,…

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Elena and Karl (Co-op Owners!) started farming in 2004 and 2005 and launched their first farm, Crooked Row Fields, in 2013. In 2018, after being introduced to Dwight Sipler, Elena and Karl took over ownership of Small Farm. They sell organically grown produce (certification pending) and have added two CSA programs, PYO flowers, and a…

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Raymond Mong (a proud Co-op Owner!) and his family have owned Applefield Farm since 1981. While the farm is not certified organic, Ray uses organic methods to cultivate vegetables on the farm’s 25 acres. They also bring in conventional products from nearby farms (labeled as such). And with eight greenhouses, Applefield Farm grows a wide…

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Marshall Farms is a 3rd-generation family farm in Concord that sells eggs, fresh vegetables, flowers and plants, pumpkins, Christmas trees and wreathes, and firewood. Kids of all ages are welcome to stop by and meet and feed the goats, chickens and bunny!

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