Popular Pop-Up Goes Permanent at Boston’s Local Food Market
The Popover Lady, a small batch popover and baked goods company based in Melrose, MA, is now open at the Boston Public Market. The bakery — located near the Market Hub between Finesse Pastries and Chestnut Farms — will sell a variety of sweet and savory popovers baked fresh every day using all natural ...
Thirty pop-up artisans will offer specialty goods and gifts alongside permanent BPM vendors
BOSTON — The Boston Public Market will host its first ever Holiday CR[EAT]OR Market, inviting local artisans to pop up and sell their wares alongside the Market’s 36 year-round farmers, fishers, and food entrepreneurs. The CR[EAT]OR Market will run for five ...
Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Find turkey, sweet potatoes, brussels sprouts, cheese plates, nut platters, pies, grab & go sides, centerpieces, and everything else you need for your holiday table at the Boston Public Market!
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950-Pound Pumpkin to be Fork Lifted into the Boston Public Market
On Monday, October 16th at 12:00 p.m., the Boston Public Market will unveil the third annual “Official Pumpkin of Boston,” weighing in at an impressive 950 pounds. Thanks to a generous donation from Market vendor, Red Apple Farm of Phillipston, Massachusetts and their friends and fellow farmers Lou and Sue Chadwich ...
Applications now open for holiday market vendors
This holiday season, BPM will be hosting our first annual Holiday CR[EAT]OR Market! We are seeking makers with products that incorporate, engage, or promote the local New England agriculture. Products include, but are not limited to:
"Just as people have become aware of where their food comes from, they have also begun to wonder where their flowers come from. We are field-to-vase, which allows us to use the best of what is blooming in the garden that day." - Barb Rietscha, farmer-florist of Field & Vase by Stow Greenhouses.
33rd annual tomato competition draws 59 entries
BOSTON – Massachusetts agricultural officials joined tomato farmers from across the state today at the KITCHEN at the Boston Public Market for the Commonwealth’s 33rd Annual Tomato Contest. Designed to increase awareness of locally grown produce, this year’s contest drew ...