Food + Restaurants

Assabet Village Food Co-op


Maynard, MA
United States

The Assabet Village Food Co-op is an initiative to build a community owned market that provides access to healthy, affordable food servicing Maynard, Concord, Acton, Stow, Sudbury, Hudson and surrounding communities.

 The Vision for the food co-op is: Read More »

Chase Hill Farm


74 Chase Hill Rd
Warwick, MA, 01378
United States

Chase Hill Farm produces organic raw milk, farmstead cheeses, pasture-raised veal and beef from grass-fed cows, eggs from pastured poultry and whey-fed pork. The farm practices sustainable farming methods, including rotational grazing, seasonal calving, and the use of draft horses. The farmers will offer grazing tours of their farm and cheese making facilities. Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic lunch.

Little Lettice Organic Baby Foods


P.O. Box 794
Watertown, MA, 02472
United States

Little Lettice Baby Food offers cooked-from-scratch convenience for busy parents who want to give their babies wholesome food - but who just don't have enough time to prepare it themselves.

Little Lettice makes their baby food in small batches and then freezes it in 4 ounce pots for freshness and flavor using only whole organic fruits and vegetables. Read More »

Masao's Kitchen


581 Moody Street
Waltham, MA, 02453
United States

Masao's Kitchen serves high-quality macrobiotic and vegan cuisine in a friendly atmosphere. Their website includes an online menu.

Open Monday through Saturday 12:00noon-7:30pm

Thoreau Foods


51 Cortland Lane
Boxborough, MA, 01719
United States

Thoreau Foods is the maker of certified organic cereal products and smoothie boosters. Their website has a great online store as well as a location finder and information on a raw foods wellness retreat.

Berkshire Co-op Market


42 Bridge Street
Great Barrington, MA, 01230
United States

The Berkshire Cooperative Association aims to cultivate a sustainable local economy and build community with a member-owned natural foods store. Stocked by local farms and products, the co-op serves a large number of families in a wonderful, environmentally sensitive manner. Along with the co-op store, there is also a cafe, serving freshly made, healthy food. The majority of surplus money gained in the co-op goes back into the project to further develop the cause and set up reserves.

Open Monday through Saturday 8:00am-8:00pm and Sunday 10:00am-6:00pm

Crosby's Marketplace


211 Sudbury Road
Concord, MA, 01742
United States

Crosby's Marketplace offers a variety of organic, all natural, and specialty foods. They pride themselves as a locally grown business which shows in their produce section.

Paino Organics


252 Shadyside Avenue
Concord, MA, 01742
United States

Currently Paino Organics has developed two soyfood product lines; Primacotta, soymilk ricotta products, and NatureNaise, a healthy mayonnaise alternative. These products have 60% and 70% less fat than their inspiring foods, respectively. Not only do they taste good, they also have all of the health benefits of soyfood. Paino Organics plans to continue to develop new organic foods in the future.

Appalachian Naturals


P.O. Box 68
Goshen, MA, 01032
United States

"We are slow food artisans committed to helping sustain our local agriculture by using pesticide-free and certified organic ingredients from small family run CSA farms, beekeepers, and mustard mills. Our products are built & bottled in small batches to ensure quality and integrity. Our products are naturally preserved without the use of ingredients that have been genetically modified or that contain recumbent bovine growth hormones." -Mission Statement from Web site

Lionette's| The Garden of Eden Market


577 Tremont St.
Boston, MA, 02118
United States

"At Lionette’s Market and The Garden of Eden we take that goal seriously. But we’re also committed to family, which manifests itself in
our operations being family-run, to our use of produce, poultry, livestock, dairy, wines, and even coffees from family-run farms and
businesses. It’s all part of our dedication to the sustainability of local family-run farms and environmentally responsible practices: the
logical result is that everything that emerges from The Garden of Eden kitchen boasts the finest, cleanest, purest ingredients." -Lionette's Web site Read More »

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