If you're looking for local food trucks, the City of Boston now shows which trucks are selling what, where & when
Strawberry picking resources in MetroWest Boston, assembled by Lisa G., with a map link
Mass.gov provides a great map of all of the indoor and outdoor markets Massachusetts has throughout the year. You can search by zip code to find the market nearest to you!
If you're interested in updates on your favorite local markets, Mass Farmers Markets gives you the opportunity to sign up for weekly reminders of when your market is open.
If you want to find a market by day of week, Boston's Massachusetts Farmers Markets is for you. Pick which day you are free and local markets in Massachusetts will pop up allowing you to see which markets are open.
Local CSAs -this page was compiled by someone mostly focused on delivery to Jamaica Plain, Boston
While shopping for produce, stretch your budget by buying organic for the foods you consume the most and that have the most pesticide absorption. EWG tested these 12 foods as highest in pesticide residue: Apples, Strawberries, Grapes, Celery, Peaches, Spinach, Sweet bell peppers, Imported Nectarines, Cucumbers, Cherry Tomatoes, Imported Snap peas, and Potatoes. They are all best purchased organically. See the full list of the top 48 foods tested by EWG
You may also want to add meat and milk to your list. Finding locally grown, pasture-fed beef can actually be better than organic beef.
For the freshest fish delivered weekly in your town try Cape Ann Fresh Fish , who offers shares of whole fish, fillets, and lobsters perfect for summer time meals.
Mass.gov has a great page allowing viewers to find CSA's near to them.
Sproot delivers healthy lunches and dinners to kids and adults in Massachusetts. They also offer group dining services.
Cuisine en Locale uses the freshest ingredients to create meals made to order by week, as well as custom catering services.
Earnest Farms , located in Bolton, is a small family run farm dedicated to providing soy free and GMO free meat and dairy products.
Lexington Community Farm Coalition is a non-profit farm which encourages residents to learn about farming and provides fresh produce and CSA shares to locals.
Meadow Mist Farms , works to give locals fruits, vegetables, eggs, and animal products free of pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides.
Adam's Apples a local blogger tastes 200 varieties of local apples