Where Our Food is From

The following list is some of the farms where we get our food.  We are working to develop relationships with and build support for local farmers.

Freedom Farm

Freedom Farm in Freedom

Vegetables from Freedom Farm in Freedom, 30 Acre Farm in Whitefield, Laughing Stock Farm in Freeport, Barnswallow Farm in Cape Elizabeth, Green Spark Farm in Cape Elizabeth, Turkey Hill Farm in Cape Elizabeth, Origins Fruit in Cape Elizabeth, Meadowood Farm in Yarmouth, Dandelion Spring Farm in Washington, Yanga Family Farm in Lisbon, Small Wonder Organic Farm in Bowdoinham, After the Fall Farm in Montville, Sweetland Farm in Starks,  South Paw Farm in Unity, and more.

Blueberries from After the Fall Farm in Montville

Beef, Sausage and Bacon from Weebit Farm in Orland

Chicken from Serendipity Acres in North Yarmouth

Fish from Free Range Fish in Portland

Kim Chi and Kraut from 30 Acres Farm in Whitefield

Scottish Highland Cattle at A Wee Bit Farm in Orland

Grass-fed Scottish Highland Cattle at A Wee Bit Farm in Orland

Pickles from Morse’s Pickles in Waldoboro

Tempeh from Lalibela Farm in Bowdoinham

Eggs from Common Wealth Farm in Unity

Tofu from Heiwa Tofu in Lincolnville

Ketchup and Mustard from Mother’s Mountain Mustard in Falmouth

Bread and English Muffins from the Bomb Diggity Bakery

Beans from the Beanery in Exeter

Honey from Swan’s Honey in Albion

Maple Syrup from Kinney’s Sugarhouse in Knox

Grains and Flour from Aurora Mills in Linneus

We also get many local foods through the Crown of Maine Organic Cooperative and Farm Fresh Connection