Our growing practices are deeply linked to our role as land stewards and neighbors. We are committed to agricultural practices that prioritize the long term health of our land, employees and customers. We rely on methods that improve soil health to combat weeds, disease, and pests. We use cover crop and we rotate crops. We use natural barriers, beneficial plants and insects, and disease resistant plant varieties. Herbicides and conventional pesticides? Nope. Not in our fields or our greenhouses.

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Allandale Farm Harvest

We offer a wide selection of fresh vegetables grown right outside our farmstand’s door. Tomatoes to lettuce, kale to sweet potatoes, hot peppers to melons and more are harvested and washed every morning, giving our produce a freshness you can only find at your local farm. That freshness provides for more flavor, higher nutritional value, and prolonged shelf life at your home. Though we’ve chosen to forgo organic certification, we grow all our own produce using sustainable and traditional organic farming practices.  Always have, always will.  


Other Food Partners

New England is fortunate to have a deep community of high quality food crafters. We love working with the small businesses that are helping to preserve New England foodways, and who are bringing new and innovative ideas about how our food system works.  From New England-made cheeses to locally roasted coffee, we pull from the region’s best small food producers to provide an array of exceptional choices for our customers. 

Our dairy case is filled with glass bottles of milk from Thatcher Farm, yogurt from Sidehill Farm and our favorite cheeses from the region like Plymouth and Blue Ledge Farm.  We also offer a selection of fresh pasta and sauces from Valicenti Organico, fresh bread from Clear Flour Bread, pies from Ever So Humble Pie, chips from Mi Niña, coffee from Red Eye Roasters and much, much more. 

We can’t wait for you to visit our farmstand. Come say hello and discover all we have to offer.

See you at the farm!