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INTERACTIVE PARTNER FARM MAP

Our Interactive Partner Farm Map allows you to view produce we source from our New England farm partners by state. To view produce we responsibly source from each state in New England, simply hover over your state of choice and click. Our list of partner farms can be found below our interactive map on this page.

For four generations spanning over 100 years, the Wainer Family has maintained strong relationships with local farmers who are dedicated to sustainable farming practices and quality growing. At Sid Wainer & Son® we are committed to redefining the possibilities of New England farming by experimenting with small plot test crops on our family farm using safe, sustainable, and organic growing practices. We carefully evaluate our plants based on variety and yield. Once a crop is deemed successful, we then share this valuable knowledge with local farm partners in our region to benefit from. We educate local farmers on best practices to grow high-value crops that will give them the best return on their growing efforts per acre. Inclusive of this education is the assistance we provide in sourcing seeds and choosing crops that will bring them the highest return on their investment and their hard work.

Massachusetts

4 TOWN FARM
Seekonk, MA

This family-owned seasonal farm grows most types of small fruits and vegetables acclimated to our New England climate. They are especially known for their asparagus, strawberries, sweet corn, melons, and fall crops.

ATLAS FARMS
South Deerfield, MA

Atlas Farm is a 95-acre Certified Organic vegetable farm, which has been growing a wide range of standard, gourmet, and heirloom vegetables and herbs since 2004. All the products are certified organic by Baystate Organic Certifiers under the USDA National Organic Program. The vegetable fields lie along the bank of the Connecticut River, on some of the most fertile growing soil on the East Coast.

CAPE COD SELECT
Carver, MA

Cape Cod Select premium cranberries was founded by The Rhodes family, which has been harvesting cranberries in Southeastern Massachusetts for over 70 years. From flower to package, they strive to integrate the latest sustainable technologies to deliver only the ripest, freshest fruit while also doing their share in protecting the environment.

DECAS
Carver, MA

Since the 1940s, family-owned Decas has been committed to growing the highest quality cranberries through experience, innovation, and quality assurance. Today, Decas owns over 450 acres of cranberry bogs in Massachusetts and processes over 60 million pounds of cranberries at their state of the art processing facilities in Carver.

FAIRVIEW FARMS
Whatley, MA

Fairview Farms has been owned and operated by the Sanderson family for nine generations. In the foothills of the Berkshires along the Connecticut River Valley, their 3.5-acre greenhouse complex produces a wide variety of locally grown annual flowers and tomatoes. The tomatoes are harvested twice a year, available approximately from May to mid-July and mid-October to mid-January.

THE FARMERS GARDEN
Rehoboth, MA

This 200-acre third-generation family farm; grows a variety of vegetables and is celebrated for their sweet corn and hot peppers. Current owners Steve and Tammy left successful, traditional careers in order to run the farm full-time, committing to growing good, fresh food using sustainable methods such as Integrated Pest Management and zone tillage.

J.P. SULLIVAN & CO
Ayer, MA

Since 1925 this family owned, and operated apple distributor has sourced a wide range of varieties from farms throughout New England and Eastern New York. Today, they focus on popular Northeastern varieties such as McIntosh, Cortland, and Empire in addition to specialty varieties like Jonamarcs, Honeycrisp, and Macoun.

JONATHAN’S SPROUTS
Southeastern MA

This family-run business exclusively grows sprouts, and since 1976 has established themselves as a leader in sprout safety, working with the FDA to develop industry-wide protocols and safe growing practices. Today, they offer a wide variety of sprouts from Alfalfa to Zesty Radish, including several certified organic and organically grown products.

BELKIN FAMILY LOOKOUT FARM
South Natick, MA

Established in 1651, this is one of the oldest continuously working farms in the United States. On 180 acres, with over 60,000 fruit trees, the farm grows a seasonal selection of apples, strawberries, stone fruit, pears, and pumpkins.

NOURSE FARM
Whately, MA

This berry nursery was established in 1932 and now encompasses over 400 acres. It is a nationally recognized small fruit nursery, producing strawberries, raspberries, ribes, blueberries, asparagus, rhubarb, and horseradish. They focus on growing highly productive, healthy plants.

OAKDALE FARM
Rehoboth, MA

This fifth-generation family farm grows vegetables, berries, flowers, herbs, and perennials. A portion of the farm and several of their 10 greenhouses are certified organic, and all of the farm is dedicated to safe and environmentally friendly farming practices.

SZAWLOWSKI
Hatfield, MA

Founded in 1910, Szawlowski Potato Farms is now one of the largest potato farms in all of New England, growing 2,500 acres of Round White, Red, Yukon Gold, and Russet Potatoes. They also operate their own state of the art packing plant and cooling facility and employ a full-time Supervisor of Environmental Safety to ensure food safety and sustainability standards are met and exceeded.

QUANSETT NURSERIES
South Dartmouth, MA

Spread over 15 acres, Quansett Nurseries produces herbs, perennials, annuals, and vegetables.

TASTE BUDS
Massachusetts

Grows the finest quality edible flowers, all hand-picked.

WILSON FARM
Lexington, MA

Wilson Farm was founded by Irish immigrants in 1884, growing cabbage, white turnips, celery, carrots, and beets. Today, the farm has expanded from 16 acres to 33 acres in Lexington, and an additional 500 acres in Litchfield, New Hampshire. The farm has always practiced sound environmental conservation methods and sustainable growing practices.

WYSOCKI FARMS
Amherst, MA

For over half a century on this 40-acre patch of land, the Wysocki family focused on small-scale subsistence farming. Today, the farm has partners with UMass Amherst’s agricultural program to give students hands-on experience with growing crops and managing the land organically and sustainably.

Rhode Island

CONFREDA FARMS
West Cranston, RI

The Confreda family began farming in 1922 on just over 400 acres of land in Cranston and Warwick, Rhode Island, making this one of the oldest and largest commercial vegetable farms in the state of Rhode Island. The farm is regularly inspected, and CAP certified, guaranteeing not only the freshest but also the safest local produce possible.

FARMING TURTLES
Exeter, RI

Farming Turtles produces the finest fresh-growing organic microgreens and baby greens. All of the produce is grown in rich, organic soil to develop bold natural flavor and high nutritional content. The greens are available year-round. Packaged and fresh-growing varieties are available; all retail products are certified organic.

HILLSIDE MUSHROOMS
Little Compton, RI

QUONSET VIEW FARM
Portsmouth, RI

This scenic 140-acre farm overlooks the beautiful shoreline of Aquidneck Island and has been in the Cotta family since 1915. Norwiss potatoes, which are round, thin-skinned, white potatoes, are their main crop staple. The farm also grows strawberries in the summer, pumpkins in the fall, and Christmas trees for the holidays.

STEERE ORCHARDS
Greenville, RI

Steere Orchards is the largest orchard in Rhode Island. It is a fourth-generation family-owned orchard that produces over a dozen varieties including Macoun, Cortland, Red and Golden Delicious, McIntosh, and RI Greening. In the fall, they also produce peaches, pumpkins, gourds, squash, and Indian corn.

YOUNG FAMILY FARM
Little Compton, RI

Young Family Farm began in 1997 to support Tyler Young’s dream of growing fruits, vegetables, and flowers for the local community. Since then, they have been selling berries, potatoes, and apples, becoming one of the three largest farms in all of Rhode Island.

Connecticut

PELL FAMILY FARMS
Somers, CT

For four generations, the Pell family has believed that a crop is only as good as the care and effort that is put into it. They guarantee the quality and freshness of their locally grown produce, which includes berries and squash as well as nursery trees, pumpkins, and Christmas trees.

New Jersey

SORANTINO PRODUCE
Vineland, NJ

The Sorantino family sources a variety of locally grown produce from small family farms in the tri-state area. By working with Sid Wainer & Son®, we are all able to sustainably enjoy produce grown beyond our hyper-local regions, all still grown with the same commitment to quality & food safety.

Maine

BACKYARD FARM
Madison, ME

At Backyard Farms, it is always tomato season. On a cold February day in 2004, they set out on a mission to provide delicious, perfectly ripe tomatoes to New England by growing them right here. Today, Backyard Farms delivers great tomatoes to the Northeast all year long, even during the long, cold New England winter.

New Hampshire

ALYSON’S ORCHARD
Walpole, NH

This 450-acre orchard offers apples, peaches, plums, pears, nectarines, and berries. Apples are the largest crop with over 50 varieties, including many heirloom varieties that have been in cultivation for more than 75 years. Alyson’s wholesome fruit is grown using environmentally sensitive pest management to result in the least possible hazard to people as well as the environment.

Vermont

SCOTT FARM
Dummerston, VT

Scott Farm Orchard produces 120 varieties of ecologically-grown apples including heirloom varieties like Roxbury Russets, Belle de Boskoops, and Cox’s Orange Pippin. They also grow quince, gooseberries, medlars, Asian pears, plums, elderberries, table grapes, pears, blueberries, nectarines, and peaches.

Massachusetts

4 TOWN FARM
Seekonk, MA

This family owned seasonal farm grows most types of small fruits and vegetables acclimated to our New England climate. They are especially known for their asparagus, strawberries, sweet corn, melons, and fall crops.

ATLAS FARMS
South Deerfield, MA

Atlas Farm is a 95- acre Certified Organic vegetable farm, which has been growing a wide range of standard, gourmet, and heirloom vegetables and herbs since 2004. All of the products are certified organic by Baystate Organic Certifiers under the USDA National Organic program. The vegetable fields lie along the bank of the Connecticut River, on some of the most fertile growing soil on the East Coast.

CAPE COD SELECT
Carver, MA

Cape Cod Select premium cranberries was founded by The Rhodes family, which has been harvesting cranberries in Southeastern Massachusetts for over 70 years. From flower to package, they strive to integrate the latest sustainable technologies to deliver only the ripest, freshest fruit while also doing their share in protecting the environment.

DECAS
Carver, MA

Since the 1940s, family-owned Decas has been committed to growing the highest quality cranberries through experience, innovation, and quality assurance. Today, Decas owns over 450 acres of cranberry bogs in Massachusetts and processes over 60 million pounds of cranberries at their state of the art processing facilities in Carver.

FAIRVIEW FARMS
Whatley, MA

Fairview Farms has been owned and operated by the Sanderson family for nine generations. In the foothills of the Berkshires along the Connecticut River Valley, their 3.5 acre greenhouse complex produces a wide variety of locally grown annual flowers and tomatoes. The tomatoes are harvested twice a year, available approximately from May to mid-July and mid-October to mid-January.

THE FARMERS GARDEN
Rehoboth, MA

This 200 acre, third generation family farm grows a variety of vegetables and is celebrated for their sweet corn and hot peppers. Current owners Steve and Tammy left successful, traditional careers in order to run the farm full-time, committing to growing good, fresh food using sustainable methods such as Integrated Pest Management and zone tillage.

J.P. SULLIVAN & CO
Ayer, MA

Since 1925 this family owned and operated apple distributor has sourced a wide range of varieties from farms throughout New England and Eastern New York. Today, they focus on popular Northeastern varieties such as McIntosh, Cortland, and Empire in addition to specialty varieties like Jonamarcs, Honeycrisp, and Macoun.

JONATHAN’S SPROUTS
Southeastern MA

This family run business exclusively grows sprouts, and since 1976 has established themselves as a leader in sprout safety, working with the FDA to develop industry-wide protocols and safe growing practices. Today, they offer a wide variety of sprouts from Alfalfa to Zesty Radish, including several certified organic and organically grown products.

BELKIN FAMILY LOOKOUT FARM
South Natick, MA

Established in 1651, this is one of the oldest continuously working farms in the United States. On 180 acres, with over 60,000 fruit trees, the farm grows a seasonal selection of apples, strawberries, stone fruit, pears, and pumpkins.

NOURSE FARM
Whately, MA

This berry nursery was established in 1932 and now encompasses over 400 acres. It is a nationally recognized small fruit nursery, producing strawberries, raspberries, ribes, blueberries, asparagus, rhubarb, and horseradish. They focus on growing highly productive, healthy plants.

OAKDALE FARM
Rehoboth, MA

This fifth generation family farm grows vegetables, berries, flowers, herbs, and perennials. A portion of the farm and several of their 10 greenhouses are certified organic, and all of the farm is dedicated to safe and environmentally friendly farming practices.

SZAWLOWSKI
Hatfield, MA

Founded in 1910, Szawlowski Potato Farms is now one of the largest potato farms in all of New England, growing 2,500 acres of Round White, Red, Yukon Gold, and Russet Potatoes. They also operate their own state of the art packing plant and cooling facility and employ a full time Supervisor of Environmental Safety to ensure food safety and sustainability standards are met and exceeded.

QUANSETT NURSERIES
South Dartmouth, MA

Spread over 15 acres, Quansett Nurseries produces herbs, perennials, annuals, and vegetables.

TASTE BUDS
Massachusetts

Grows the finest quality edible flowers, all hand-picked.

WILSON FARM
Lexington, MA

Wilson Farm was founded by Irish immigrants in 1884, growing cabbage, white turnips, celery, carrots, and beets. Today, the farm has expanded from 16 acres to 33 acres in Lexington, and an additional 500 acres in Litchfield, New Hampshire. The farm has always practiced sound environmental conservation methods and sustainable growing practices.

WYSOCKI FARMS
Amherst, MA

For over half a century on this 40-acre patch of land, the Wysocki family focused on small-scale subsistence farming. Today, the farm has partners with UMass Amherst’s agricultural program to give students hands-on experience with growing crops and managing the land organically and sustainably.

Rhode Island

CONFREDA FARMS
West Cranston, RI

The Confreda family began farming in 1922 on just over 400 acres of land in Cranston and Warwick, Rhode Island, making this one of the oldest and largest commercial vegetable farms in the state of Rhode Island. The farm is regularly inspected and CAP certified, guaranteeing not only the freshest but also the safest local produce possible.

FARMING TURTLES
Exeter, RI

Farming Turtles produces the finest fresh-growing organic microgreens and baby greens. All of the produce is grown in rich, organic soil to develop bold natural flavor and high nutritional content. The greens are available year-round. Packaged and fresh-growing varieties are available; all retail products are certified organic.

HILLSIDE MUSHROOMS
Little Compton, RI

QUONSET VIEW FARM
Portsmouth, RI

This scenic 140 acre farm overlooks the beautiful shoreline of Aquidneck Island and has been in the Cotta family since 1915. Norwiss potatoes, which are round, thin-skinned, white potatoes, are their main crop staple. The farm also grows strawberries in the summer, pumpkins in the fall, and Christmas trees for the holidays.

STEERE ORCHARDS
Greenville, RI

Steere Orchards is the largest orchard in Rhode Island. It is a fourth generation family owned orchard that produces over a dozen varieties including Macoun, Cortland, Red and Golden Delicious, McIntosh, and RI Greening. In the fall, they also produce peaches, pumpkins, gourds, squash, and Indian corn.

YOUNG FAMILY FARM
Little Compton, RI

Young Family Farm began in 1997 to support Tyler Young’s dream of growing fruits, vegetables, and flowers for the local community. Since then, they have been selling berries, potatoes, and apples, becoming one of the three largest farms in all of Rhode Island.

Connecticut

PELL FAMILY FARMS
Somers, CT

For four generations, the Pell family has believed that a crop is only as good as the care and effort that is put into it. They guarantee the quality and freshness of their locally grown produce, which includes berries and squash as well as nursery trees, pumpkins, and Christmas trees.

New Jersey

SORANTINO PRODUCE
Vineland, NJ

The Sorantino family sources a variety of locally grown produce from small family farms in the tri-state area. By working with Sid Wainer & Son®, we are all able to sustainably enjoy produce grown beyond our hyper-local regions, all still grown with the same commitment to quality & food safety.

Maine

BACKYARD FARM
Madison, ME

At Backyard Farms, it is always tomato season. On a cold February day in 2004, they set out on a mission to provide delicious, perfectly ripe tomatoes to New England by growing them right here. Today, Backyard Farms delivers great tomatoes to the Northeast all year long, even during the long, cold New England winter.

New Hampshire

ALYSON’S ORCHARD
Walpole, NH

This 450 acre orchard offers apples, peaches, plums, pears, nectarines, and berries. Apples are the largest crop with over 50 varieties, including many heirloom varieties that have been in cultivation for more than 75 years. Alyson’s wholesome fruit is grown using environmentally sensitive pest management to result in the least possible hazard to people as well as the environment.

Vermont

SCOTT FARM
Dummerston, VT

Scott Farm Orchard produces 120 varieties of ecologically-grown apples including heirloom varieties like Roxbury Russets, Belle de Boskoops, and Cox’s Orange Pippin. They also grow quince, gooseberries, medlars, Asian pears, plums, elderberries, table grapes, pears, blueberries, nectarines, and peaches.