Let the summer season begin!

Well, the summer markets have officially opened and to say I am busy these days is an understatement. We kicked off the summer season at the Farmers Market at Attleboro Farm on May 1st. While it’s been a rainy May, market turn out has been consistently good and it’s great to see returning customers, old friends by now. This market runs every Sunday from 12:00 until 4:00 rain or shine and offers a variety of local produce, grass fed beef, farm fresh organic eggs, organic and conventional produce, artisan breads and a variety of local artisan products and, of course, Fairland Farm’s sweetened dried cranberries! The market is held at the Attleboro Farm and Garden Center which is located on Hickory Road in North Attleboro, Mass.
The Pawtucket Artiste Village Indoor Winter markets on Wednesdays from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 10:00 to 1:00 are winding down with this week being the last week for each. There’s still a lot to be had at this market and makes a good stop on the way home from work to pick up fresh produce, grass fed beef, organic lamb, free range chicken and eggs and, of course Fairland Farm’s sweetened dried cranberries!
A new market for Fairland Farm this summer is the Easton, Mass NRT Farmer’s Market which is located at 307 Main Street in Easton, MA. This market is open every Tuesday from 2:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. This is more than a farmer’s market it’s an actual working farm with lots to see and do. There’s local seafood available, fresh produce, natural dog treats, local honey, organic eggs, artisan breads, home made pickles and, you guessed it, Fairland Farm’s sweetened dried cranberries and our book, “Rubies in the Sand: Recipes from the Cape Cod Cranberry Bogs”.
We’ll be participating in several other markets and I’ll let you know a little more about them in another blog in the very near future.
Come out and say hello and meet the people who grow your food. It inspires one to eat healthy, local food as it’s hard to resist the freshest of the fresh!
All the “berry” best to you!
Bonnie

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