Our Makers care as much as we do about your food. They help ensure your menu features ingredients farmed sustainably, without the use of artificial preservatives, antibiotics, or growth hormones. Makers embody our values: food that’s grown by communities and shared with family and friends.
Laura is the Horticultural Director at Green City Growers, an urban agriculture company in Somerville. And that means she's an expert at converting unused spaces into vegetable gardens at people's homes, businesses, and schools. Laura helps us grow our own veggies on...read more
Rob-Roy and his two brothers own Quinzani's Bakery in Boston's South End. They're third generation bakers who learned the craft from their grandfather, father and uncles. While our buns have changed over the years (recently, we added more seeds and whole grains), the...read more
Steven is the second generation farmer who owns and operates Dick's Market Garden in Lunenburg, MA. Steven grew up on the family farm that his dad, Dick, for whom the farm is named, started over 70 years ago and never left. While we now source from a variety of local...read more
Tim owns and lives on Applewood Farm, one of the many family farms that makes up the Pineland Farms network. Up there, Tim has been raising cattle on his land for the last 25 years. Tim's is also one of the 250 local farms we get our beef from. It's possible for a...read more
Gus and his sister, Mimi, are the legendary ice cream makers who own Toscanini's. For over 30 years, Gus has been churning out homemade ice cream from the same small kitchen in his one and only ice cream shop. (A few years back, the New York Times actually called his...read more
Scott is the accountant turned urban farmer who we teamed up with to put a farm in the heart of the city. It's a 60' long shipping container that grows veggies with hydroponic irrigation and grow lights. We set it up with Scott in unused urban space under a highway...read more
Frank and his three brothers run Swazlowski Potato Farm. They're 3rd generation on the farm their grandfather started over 100 years ago. We've been hand-cutting Frank's spuds to make our fries for nearly a decade, And we still celebrate his first harvest every August...read more