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Greetings, Local food lovers!

Place your order from Western Maine Market today or by 6:00 A.M. tomorrow morning for pick-up or delivery this Friday or Saturday.

Sorry, no Rangeley delivery this Friday.

Regular Friday delivery to Rangeley will resume next Friday the 23rd of June. We will be able to deliver to the Rangeley farmers' market Tuesday, but only frozen or not highly perishable items will be available then, with the exception of Beehive Bakery, Island Farm, Pale Moon Farm, and Rasmussen Farm items, which can be picked fresh for Tuesday. All other vendors currently deliver to WMM Fridays only, so those items would be held over the weekend for Tuesday delivery.
New and Returning Products

Thumbprint Cookies
Menu Group: Food
Section: Baked Goods
Category: Cookies

Vendor: Beehive Bakery

Delicious cookies made with our own jams, King Arthur unbleached flour, sugar, salt, baking powder, eggs, butter
Cranberry English Crumpets
Menu Group: Food
Section: Baked Goods
Category: English Muffins

Vendor: Beehive Bakery

A large and very popular Muffin with cranberries throughout.. Made from an English crumpet recipe.( and baked by a Brit! whose mother made these). These resemble thick English Muffins. Flour, milk,butter, cranberries, baking soda, salt, yeast, spring water,
Kale
Menu Group: Food
Section: Vegetables
Category: Kale

Vendor: Town Line Family Farm

Dwarf Blue Scotch Kale, Tasty treat and very healthy for you
Lettuce
Menu Group: Food
Section: Vegetables
Category: Lettuce

From Island Farm
Antares leaf lettuce- a pink and bronze oak leaf - colorful and tender

From Porter Hill Farm
Tasty, tender mix of varieties: Mostly loose leaf with occasional small head. Glad to offer fresh greens

From Town Line Family Farm
Large heads of ButterCrunch
Bibb / Romaine green lettuce Seedlings
Menu Group: Plants and Seeds
Section: Vegetable Starts
Category: Lettuce

Vendor: Rasmussen Farm

We let Romaine and Buttercrunch Bibb lettuces go to seed together last fall, then dug up the seedlings that started to grow in the garden this spring. The lettuces are mixed togetherand likely include a cross of the two varieties.