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Local Food and Products from Massachusetts & Connecticut


Rhode Island Shelfish Co.

From West Warwick, RI

Founded in 2016, the Rhode Island Shellfish Co. hand-shucks only the best local quahogs to create their delicious stuffing used in the perfectly sized quahog shell. They pride themselves in continuing the great Rhode Island stuffie legacy that is ingrained in local tradition.

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More Brands from Big Y's Love for Local

Granville Country Store

From Granville, MA

In 1851, John Murray Gibbons opened a country store in Granville, Massachusetts. They still use his secret cheese recipe, with a famous aging process that makes Granville Cheddar so unique.

Arethusa Farm

From Litchfield, CT

Arethusa Farm was named for the small, pink orchid that grew in a swamp on the land. It started as a dairy farm owned by the Webster Family, delivering milk and dairy products locally. In 1999, the farm was purchased by George Malkemus and Anthony Yurgaitis to save the open farmland and establish their dairy herd. Arethusa also produces award-winning, old-fashioned-style ice cream, just like it used to be!

Bear Pond Farm


From Lawrence, MA

Experience a taste as rich as the soil in the mountains of Lebanon with Joseph’s Mediterranean Cuisine. Their foods are Kosher (Pareve), all natural, and Non-GMO Verifi ed.

Bear Pond Farm


From Wilbraham, MA

Since 2013, the demand for Manny’s Olive Oil has steadily gained popularity with customers who enjoy the pungent nose, buttery flavor and smooth finish of the robust Koroneiki olive, cold-pressed and imported from Manny's home in Sisi, Crete to yours.

J. Timothy’s Taverne

From Plainville, CT

J. Timothy’s Taverne was established in 1980 in the former Cooke’s Tavern, an historic building dating back to 1789. Their "Dirt Wings" with their Buffalo Sauce became so popular the restaurant was featured on The Food Network, Travel Channel, and many national publications. The Food Network said, "it was the best Buffalo Sauce we've ever tasted!"

Chelsea Fire

From Chelsea, MA

CHELSEA FIRE Wicked Hot Sauce was inspired by and named after The Great Chelsea Fires of 1908 and 1973 which nearly devastated a community. Instead, the events brought neighbors together and strengthened the resolve of the citizens of Chelsea, Massachusetts. A wickedly flavorful blend of habanero and ghost peppers, their hot sauce contains no preservatives and is vegan and gluten free.