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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.
Rangeley Market
Rangeley's Tuesday market is now open for the season. It's at the intersection of Route 4 and South Shore Drive, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. each Tuesday.

For the summer season, WMM offers a second Rangeley order pick-up option. In addition to the Rangeley Friday meet-up with Ernie, there is a limited offer for picking up orders Tuesdays at the Rangeley market. Most of our vendors only deliver to Western Maine Market on Fridays, so orders still need to be placed by the usual 6 a.m. Thursday morning deadline for the following Tuesday. We can hold frozen, non-perishable, and not-highly-perishable items over the weekend. You can order fresh items, even after the official deadline, only from vendors who participate in the Rangeley market. For the moment that means just Rasmussen Farm, but other WMM vendors will be joining the market line-up as the season gets into full-swing. Feel free to contact Deborah for more details at [email protected] or 857-225-1199.
New and Returning Products

Menu Group: Food
Section: Baked Goods
Category: Bread
Vendor: Nezinscot Farm Store
Anadama: Ing: Unbleached white flour, water, organic cornmeal, molasses, salt, yeast

Cinnamon Swirl: Ing: Unbleached white flour, water, olive oil, sugar, salt yeast, cinnamon.

Oatmeal: Ing: unbleached white flour, organic rolled oats, olive oil, molasses, salt, yeast

Seed: Ing: unbleached white flour, organic whole wheat flour, organic rye flour, organic cornmeal, sunflower seeds, walnuts, caraway seeds, poppy seeds, water, milk, maple syrup, olive oil, eggs, salt, yeast.

Sourdough: Ing: Sourdough starter, water, salt.
SOURDOUGH ORDERS MUST BE IN BY TUESDAY of delivery week - so order now for next week

Whole Wheat: Ing: Unbleached white flour, organic whole wheat flour, water, molasses, olive oil, salt, yeast
CSA Half Share - Summer - LAST CHANCE
Menu Group: Food
Section: CSA Shares
Category: Single Share
Vendor: Porter Hill Farm
A half share is generally enough to feed an adult couple (with a average appetite for vegetables), or a single person.

Pick up at the farm on Wednesdays 3-6:00; or delivery through Western Maine Market ( there may be a delivery charge )

There will be a box prepared for you weekly form late June until Mid October. Your box will contain a wide variety of fresh seasonal produce, mostly vegetables but, usually strawberries as well. All produce is grown "naturally" without chemical herbicides, pesticides, or fertilizers.
Menu Group: Food
Section: Dairy
Category: Cheese - Goat
Vendor: Nezinscot Farm Store
Creamy and mild goats milk cheese, available plain or with added fresh organic chives.
Menu Group: Food
Section: Dairy
Category: Yogurt
Vendor: Nezinscot Farm Store
Ing; certified organic cows milk, culture
Greek style strained yogurt-thick and creamy
Free range Duck or Chicken Eggs
Menu Group: Food
Section: Eggs
Category: Eggs
Vendor: Nezinscot Farm Store
free ranging ducks on our organic farm
Sausage Box
Menu Group: Food
Section: Meat
Category: Pork
Vendor: Nezinscot Farm Store
Our sausage box contained 5 (2# packages ground) of each breakfast, sweet italian and hot italian sausage
Head of green lettuce
Menu Group: Food
Section: Vegetables
Category: Lettuce
Vendor: Porter Hill Farm
Avg wt 1/2 lb Various types: Buttercrunch, Deer tongue, Speckled Amaish
Loose heads; Head may be accompanied by some loose leaves to make up full 1/3 lb wt.
Baby Bok Choy
Menu Group: Food
Section: Vegetables
Category: Bok Choy
Vendor: Porter Hill Farm
Avg. 2-3 small heads of tender young Bok Choy. Total Avg wt 1/2 lb.
Very nice in stir fry or use he stems raw as part of a cold "Chinese" salad - excellent with fresh radish and oil and vinegar!
Fresh from our greenhouse.
Grown without synthetic fertilizers or pesticides.
Large leaf spinach
Menu Group: Food
Section: Vegetables
Category: Spinach
Vendor: Porter Hill Farm
Large bag. Nice quantity of tender spinach for eating fresh in salad, cooking and serving with butter or vinegar, or for freezing for touch of greens in winter.
Vegetable Seedlings
Menu Group: Plants and Seeds
Section: Vegetable Starts
Vendor: Rasmussen Farm
Ground cherries: People who recognize these tasty treats say, "My grandmother used to have these!" These sweet, delicious, orange fruits are the size of small cherry tomatoes. They're great eaten out of hand as snacks, can be used to make pies or jam, and I first saw them as garnishes, with the husks peeled back decoratively, in a restaurant in Europe. Some folks say they taste a bit like pineapple. They are related to tomatillos and also have husks, but the fruits are sweet, and the plants spread out closer to the ground. Harvest late in the season, when the husks turn yellow,and the fruits drop from the plants. Don't eat the immature green fruits. Plants should be spaced 18-24" apart.


Tomatoes, Cherry
- -Dr. Carolyn: 1" yellow cherry tomatoes, very productive. 75 days to maturity.
- Sun Gold: An orange cherry tomato, one of the sweetest and most loved.

Tomatoes, Paste
- San Marzano: Classic Italian paste tomato

Tomatoes, Slicing
- Rutgers: Classic, smooth, round, red tomato, great for fresh eating or canning
- Spring Shine: Red slicing tomato. As the name implies, an early one.
Brush strokes pansy seedlings
Menu Group: Plants and Seeds
Section: Flowers Annual
Category: Pansies
Vendor: Rasmussen Farm