Some of our favorite local Massachusetts partners and products
La Cebolla Roja
Pickled Red Onions
Christina Charette, Owner
Christina first tried pickled onions on a friend’s cheese board and immediately started making them herself. La Cebolla Roja is made in small batches with simple ingredients. The pickled red onions are available in Sweet and Tangy or Hot and Spicy varieties. Christina recommends trying her product on tacos, salads, burgers or even straight out of the jar.
Puffed chickpea snacks
Poorvi Patodia, founder
Poorvi Patodia founded Biena to fill the void of delicious, filling, on-the-go snacks as a mom shuttling from work to kids’ soccer practice. She envisioned chickpeas, a staple from her childhood, filling snack pantries across America. Biena is that dream come true, with airy, roasted chickpeas that still maintain the plant’s original protein and fiber.
Cape Cod Select
The Rhodes Family, Founders
As fourth-generation independent cranberry growers, the Rhodes family proudly carries on their tradition in the heart of cranberry country, southeastern Massachusetts. They pluck their fruit from the stem, freeze them at their peak of flavor, then ship them to our stores so that our customers can enjoy the most delicious, convenient creations.
Cotuit Oyster Company
Chris Gargiulo, Owner/President
Cotuit Oyster Company produces oysters that come from a cold cove on Cape Cod. Here, fresh water flows into the bay and ocean water enters from the Nantucket Sound, keeping the oysters well-fed. Bright with a briny flavor and sweet finish, Cotuit Oyster Company brings us the best the coast has to offer.
Night Shift Brewing
Rob Burns, Mike O’Mara, Michael Oxton, Cofounders
What started as a late-night home-brewing experiment eventually became the full-fledged business known as Night Shift Brewing — a creatively driven brewery out of Everett, Massachusetts. They have won multiple awards for their out-of-the-box brews since their doors first opened in 2012.
Not Your Sugar Mamas
Bennet Keenan & Ky Coffey, Cofounders
Bennet and Ky met after their post-grad adventures — Bennet’s move to Hawaii and Ky’s Latin American mission — and began to make chocolate. Their business, Not Your Sugar Mamas, produces gluten- and dairy-free chocolates in Martha’s Vineyard to share with their community.
Pita Chips & Snacks
Regina Ragonese, Founder
Regina began making pita chips for her restaurant when she realized the true potential of the salty snack. Years later, she opened Regenie’s in Haverill, Massachusetts, and focused on the range of flavors she could create. Now, they make delicious, flavor-packed pita chips like Sweet Chili and her newest sweet and salty treat: Organic Nuts About Chips Pita Brittle.
Kwami Williams and Emily Cunningham, Founders
After meeting on a trip to Ghana via MIT’s D-Lab, Kwami and Emily became passionate about beauty products, as well as the challenges smallholder farmers face. Voilà! True Moringa was born. Their moringa oils are not only cold-pressed and vegan, they also source from over 5,000 farming families with the goal of increasing their incomes tenfold.
UTEC Madd Love Market
Handcrafted Cooking Accessories
Gregg Croteau, CEO
These cutting boards and salad tongs are beautifully handcrafted in Lowell, Massachusetts, from materials like repurposed hardwoods. But get this: They’re crafted by disconnected young adults who are being mentored and taught life skills to help them escape violence and poverty. UTEC Madd Love’s mission: to provide this future generation with a fresh start.
See what’s local to you
We Love Local
Loving our local growers, artisans, makers, entrepreneurs and producers is something that just comes, well, naturally. After all, our local community has been one of our most important ingredients — it's been that way since the doors opened to our very first store.