IMG_0870Rising Tide takes pride in stocking our produce department with fresh and flavorful fruits and vegetables year round.  Most of our fruits and vegetables are organically grown and we try to buy as much local produce as possible.  In the height of Maine’s growing season our shelves are heaped full with produce from nearby farms, but even in the winter we work to bring you Maine’s freshest foods and support our local economy by buying squash, potatoes, pea shoots, fermented vegetables, and other winter-storage and cold-hearty crops from our Maine suppliers.

Our produce staff are experts in the fruits and vegetables they stock. Please ask them if you have any questions!

Our Maine-Based Suppliers:
*offers a CSA

Less then 10 miles away from Rising Tide:
Morning Dew produce-Newcastle*
Dandelion Spring and Straws Farm produce, dairy-Newcastle*
Blue Cloud Farm fresh flowers-Walpole

Less then 20 miles away from Rising Tide:
Goranson Farm produce-Dresden*
Bluebird Hill Farm produce-Jefferson*
Beau Chemin Farm fresh flowers-Waldoboro
Broken Acres Farm and Family Retreat produce-Jefferson
Flying Turtle Farm medicinal & culinary plants, garlic – Jefferson
Red House Farm blueberries – Waldoboro
Thirty Acre Farm fermented vegetables – Whitefield

Other Maine-based farms and distributors:
Blue Barrens Farm blueberries-Columbia
Songbird Farm produce and dry goods-Unity*
Bondeson Farm potatoes-New Sweden
Marquis Farm potatoes-Van Buren
Full Circle Farm produce-East Vassalboro
King Hill Farm produce – Penobscot, Maine*
Sparrow Farm produce and eggs – Pittston*
Tarbox Farm produce – Westport Island*
Swango Farm produce – Woolwich
Sweetland Farm produce – Starks
Boothby Orchard apples – Livermore
Crown of Maine distributor – North Vassalboro
Farm Fresh Connection distributor – Portland

Additional Resources:

Produce Storage Guide
Keep Produce Fresher Longer

Interested in learning more about other Maine-made products we carry? Check out our interactive Maine Suppliers Map!

Are there other local products you want to see on our shelves? Let us know!

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