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General Store Opens in Maine with Focus on Local Foods

Date: 03/01/13 | Source: Specialty Food News
Categories: Industry Operations; Retailers | Tags: Farmers Market; Farming; Local; Maine; New Business News; New Store News
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Janet and Nick Bartlett opened The Local Hub last month in Greenwood, ME. The Bartletts offer a huge variety of local foods from nearby farms, such as milk from Sandy River Farms, and many other foods and baked goods from No View Farm, Why Knot Farm, Tourmaline Hill Farm, Slow Food Maine, the Dunham Farm, Back to Roots and many others. When spring arrives, the Bartletts, or some other area farmers, will also have seedlings for sale and ready for planting, as well as other locally produced items at a series of Farmers at the Market events at the store. As time goes on, plans are to expand the kitchen, build an office and offer lunches, as well as have a fresh seafood seller from the coast bring fish twice a week, reports Sun Journal. Full Story

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