Eat Fresh and Local From Cambridge to Lowell

Home to Cambridge and Harvard University, Middlesex County is a place of education and innovation. Most towns are just a short drive from Boston, allowing residents to escape the confines of the big city while still enjoying some of its cultural amenities. What many residents might not know is that this hub of higher education and industry is also a niche farming community that is home to more than 500 farms, most of them independent and family-operated. Within a short drive of towns like Lexington, you’ll find dairy operations, poultry producers and vegetable growers. Not surprisingly, Massachusetts is one of the nation’s leaders in developing direct to consumer markets for small operators. But connecting with your local farmer can still be a challenge. That’s where Food4All steps in. 

Whether you’re living in Concord or Cambridge, we make it easy for you to control how and where your food is produced. Food4All works directly with producers through a variety of networks including CSAs, local farmer’s markets, and coops in the greater Boston-area and beyond.. Our platform empowers consumers to take control of their food supply. 

You’re doing more than just accessing fresh local food products. By working with Food4All you support independent, local producers and put more dollars back into the hands of independent farms and reduce your reliance on the industrial food system. 

Thanks to Food4All it’s never been easier to connect with local growers and producers in the Boston area.

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