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Mike Shea’s Coffee
30 First St
Freshness equals better tasting coffee. Using 100% Arabica beans is the foundation for premium quality. A great roast profile allows the unique taste integrity of each coffee bean to be delivered. That means, no under or over roasting! Add in our pride and passion, along with the roast to order policy… that’s why customers are calling Mike Shea’s their preferred coffee roaster. Find them in local grocery stores and online.
The Chatham Jam & Jelly Shop
16 Seaquanset Rd
Chatham Jam & Jelly is a 31 year old family business, using ingredients from the Cape and Massachusetts whenever possible. They cook & sell 120 varieties of jams, jellies, chutneys, relishes, butters, marmalades, ice cream toppings, and dietetic spreads. Open & cooking year round. Retail & wholesale (Mass. only) Locally picked fruits include: the native Wild Beach Plum, the Beach Rose, Garden Mint, Blueberries, Blackberries, Elderberries, Wine Raspberries, Peaches, Pears, Cranberries, Concord Grape, Wild Grape, Wild Cherry, and Tomatoes.
322 Smith Neck Rd
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Fieldstone Kombucha is New England’s craft kombucha company. They make the highest quality kombucha flavored with the freshest produce in the fields. Many ingredients are grown on farms in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The kombucha is lovingly crafted so the flavors roll through your mouth, a delight to the tastebuds. Naturally effervescent rather than carbonated, it is easy to drink and delicious to enjoy. Less acidic and offensive to the pallet, it quickly becomes a daily treat. This is craft kombucha, produced in small batches with individual attention and love for the process and result.
Nilsa’s Herbal Teas & Botanicals
92 Allens Neck Rd
Nilsa Garcia-Rey restored and now maintains the herb garden at Round the Bend Farm, adding medicinal herbs and flowers that she dries and packages as herbal teas and seasonal tea blends in eco-friendly biodegradable packaging. Nilsa also makes botanical oils, salves, and tinctures that she creates only from the herbs she grows without chemicals or pesticides. The farm provided a philosophical backdrop, physical space, and supportive environment for her to develop a unique small business that offers affordable and high quality medicinal herbs to the community. Nilsa sells her products at RTB’s Open Farm Day every third Saturday.
719 Washington St
Simpson Spring is a family owned and operated company that provides pure bottled spring water and all-natural hand-mixed soda in a variety of classic flavors. Store with other locally- and sustainably-sourced foods and goods open year round, Monday – Saturday from 8:00am to 4:00pm. Self-serve spring water center is open 24 hours. Bottles and delivery service. Tours by appointment. Just call! Get your water from a local source.
2 Pequod Rd
(774) 305-4749 | email@example.com
Bask, Inc. is a registered cannabis dispensary located in Fairhaven, MA that provides safe, regulated access to cannabis products for registered patients and adults 21+. Bask’s greenhouse facility in Freetown, MA implements best practices from traditional horticulture to produce clean, pesticide-free cannabis and cannabis-infused products. The co-founders of Bask are all residents of the South Coast and are committed to serving as an example of a responsible community partner.
Franklin Honey Company
1 Green St
(508) 507-9684 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Franklin Honey Company is a family-owned business that produces raw, unprocessed honey and beeswax products like soaps and lip balms. They tend hives in Franklin, Wrentham, Wareham, Carver, and more locations.
Herb-in-Fusion & Sprig
25 Pine Hill Ln
(774) 488-9097 | email@example.com
www.sprigsavor.com | www.herbinfusion.com
Sprig is a unique collection of artisan specialty products, including savory, herb-infused and pepper jellies, dried herbs, fruits, mulling spices, seasonings, make-your-own vanilla extract, gourd art, and birdhouse gourds.
Acorn Canning Company
1175 Ocean St
Acorn Canning Company is a ‘made from scratch’ shop! Everything from pies, sandwiches, salads, soups, jam, jellies, and pickles. All made with fresh, local ingredients.
Honey I’m Home Bakery
(781) 336-7081 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Bakers of unique sweet and savory items. Using local eggs, cheese & produce. Offering fresh-baked breads, galettes, babka, muffins, granolas, scones, and more. Custom orders and catering available. Pretzel baguettes as featured on NPR. Healthy prepared foods include an array of hummuses, vegetarian spreads, and salads. Find them at area farmers’ markets. Also offering weekly, complementary, contact-free delivery.
Plimoth Grist Mill
6 Spring Ln
(508) 746-1622, ext. 8242
The Plimoth Grist Mill is a working mill that uses water power to mill organic corn into delicious, freshly ground cornmeal on 200 year old French Buhr millstones. On days when they are milling corn, watch as the miller orchestrates the water wheel, gears, and stones to turn out delicious, fragrant cornmeal. Hear the corn cracking and feel the rumble as the waterwheel and gears work together to turn the 2500 pound runner stone. To check when they are milling corn, please call 508-746-1622 ext. 8242. Online ordering and delivery also available.
208 South Meadow Rd
Speedwell Coffee is a wholesale coffee roaster based in Plymouth, MA. Their attention is relentlessly focused toward roasting exceptional coffee, providing high quality customer service, and helping our customers serve delicious coffee. If you are looking to open a new cafe or restaurant, or interested in serving Speedwell Coffee at your existing business, they’d would love to hear from you. Find them online and at local stores.
Wellness Croft, Inc.
208B South Meadow Rd
(774) 338-1767 | email@example.com
www.wellnesscroft.com | Facebook
Wellness Croft, Inc. is a new, veteran owned, sustainable plant-based freeze-dried food producer in Plymouth, MA. Their innovative freeze-drying plant and eCommerce strategy provide a novel year-round and disruptive go to market model in support of Northeast farmers. Their mission is to support certified sustainable local producers such as; Eco®-certified, Fair-Trade, IPM and USDA Organic. Their facilities do not process the most common allergens: meat, nuts, dairy, eggs, or soy. They hand prepare delicious and healthful local produce in small batches, package and then ship thoughtfully with recycled materials.
Egan Bright Herbals
193 New Bedford Rd
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Herbal Remedies made for overall well-being and postpartum care. Herbs are grown, gathered or bought through local and sustainable sources. Made in small batches or made to order by a mom of twin babies and a four year old who’s passionate about herbalism. Can be found online, and soon at local stores on the Southcoast of MA and local farmers’ markets.
Baker Farm & The Ice Cream Barn
261 Locust St
(508) 567-6278 | email@example.com
All of their ice cream is made fresh on site using locally grown ingredients, including dairy from the farm. They are open for three full New England seasons, from the first day of Spring (March 20th) to the first day of Winter (December 20th).
Jim’s Organic Coffee
21 Patterson Brook Rd
Jim’s Organic Coffee is organic, grown without synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. Organic coffee improves the ecosystem of the farms and surrounding communities through improved water quality, topsoil retention, and increased biodiversity. Jim’s Coffee is slowly hand roasted to deliver you a rich full and clean cup. Jim’s Organic Coffee is: Certified Organic by Quality Assurance International, Certified Kosher, · Grown and Processed in accordance with the California Organic Foods Act 1990, Grown under shade canopy, From farms and farmers who are paid premiums to farm organically and thus treat their land, air and water tables with respect AND to sustain themselves and their communities.
50 United Dr
Fairly traded goods from across the globe. Roasting their own coffee and nuts.
At Birchstone, they are artisan distillers of small batch hydrosols. Hydrosols are aromatic waters obtained via steam distillation of fresh plants. They contain water-soluble compounds and all the subtle yet profound healing properties of the plant. Hydrosols may be enjoyed as skincare, poured into a bath, in herbal mocktails, or added to your favorite glass of wine for a botanical spritzer. They make their own rose water (the Beach Rose Hydrosol) with local roses that grow wild along the coast. Check out their full line of wildcrafted, locally-grown hydrosols on their website.
Gray’s Grist Mill
638 Adamsville Rd
Gray’s Grist Mill brand of corn meal is made from Rhode Island Narragansett Flint Corn which is grown on the southern coast of Rhode Island, where soft balmy breezes impart to the grain that genuine softness and tempting flavor. Aged in open air corn cribs by the sun and winds, ground by the old-process between huge 56 inch granite stones which have been grinding corn for generations. You will find Gray’s Grist Mill Corn Meal vastly different than any corn meal you have ever tasted.
Olio Di Melli
11 Division Rd
Olio di Melli provides organic olive oils and balsamic vinegars from small family farms in Italy. They also supply local communities with local cheese from Martinis Cheese Company in Westport, MA and Great Hill Blue Cheese in Marion, MA.
Peaceful Meadows Ice Cream
60 Bedford St
Peaceful Meadows has come a long way from their humble start as a local dairy farm, raising cows and delivering milk to the local community. Since 1962 Peaceful Meadows has been serving up scoops of the freshest homemade ice-cream, in the freshest homemade way. All of the ice cream that hits the freezers of their 3 Massachusetts locations is made right in Whitman, MA. Everything from the flavors to the freezing happens at the farm. Also located in Plymouth (170 Water St) and Middleboro (109 West Grove St).