A new post from Food for Thought has looks the local food options available at Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods and independent stores like Rosemont and Harbor Fish.
Ultimately locally good food abound at neighborhood markets. At Rosemont today I saw that they carry the dairy products from Bisson’s, which I’ve mentioned here many times. They’re the old line Topsham butcher shop whose grass fed beef comes from their own cows grazing across the road and the dairy products from the herd. Try Bisson’s raw-cream butter and the thickest raw heavy cream now sold at Rosemont. Other local goodies at Rosemont include Serendipity Farms pastured chickens and ducks, and throughout the winter they’ll be carrying local spinach and chard.
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