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MC Slim JB | Apr 7, 201505:41 AM     137

Looks like Scelfo's Naco taqueria opening will slip from April to May.

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A July 2015 opening, not May, but the new Boston Public Market in the building over the Haymarket MBTA stop will have the following permanent lineup of year-round vendors:

American Stonecraft (Lowell, MA), natural fieldstone tableware.

Appleton Farms (Ipswich, MA), local dairy products, cheeses and artisanal specialty foods.

Boston Honey Company (Holliston, MA), raw unfiltered honey, bee pollen, comb honey, beeswax candles, and skin care products.

Cellars at Jasper Hill (Greensboro Bend, VT), single-herd, cave-aged cheeses and prepared items such as grilled cheeses, raclette, mac n’ cheese, custom cheese plates, and Vermont-made accouterments.

Corner Stalk Farm (East Boston, MA), leafy greens and herbs.

Crescent Ridge (Sharon, MA), ice cream and glass-bottled milk.

Daniele (Pascoag, RI), charcuterie from local hogs.

Inna's Kitchen (Newton Centre, MA), prepared foods featuring cuisines of the Middle East, Eastern Europe, the Mediterranean, and American Jewish delis.

Lilac Hedge Farm (Berlin, MA), fresh and frozen cuts of beef, pork, lamb, and poultry, as well as cured meats, prepared meals and rotisserie chicken.

Mangé (Somerville, MA), fresh fruit vinegars.

Massachusetts Farm Winery and Growers (Westport, MA) local red, white, sparkling and fruit wines plus hard ciders.

Mother Juice (Cambridge, MA), cold pressed juices, smoothies and plant based foods.

Peterman's Boards & Bowls (Gill, MA), bowls, serving boards and trays, salad tossers, bottle stoppers, and napkin rings made from discarded or fallen trees.

Q's Nuts (Somerville, MA), sweet, savory and spicy roasts in over six varieties of nuts. Vegan, gluten, soy and dairy free.

Red Apple Farm (Phillipston, MA), fruit, cider, apple farm treats.

Silverbrook Farm (Dartmouth, MA), vegetables, fruit, mushrooms, honey, herbs, flowers, eggs, jams, mustards and pickles.

Stillman Quality Meats (Hardwick, MA), fresh meat and poultry cuts, sausages, smoked and charcuterie items, sandwiches, pantry goods, and ready to eat goods.

Stillman's Farm (New Braintree, MA), local produce and plants.

Stow Greenhouses (Stow, MA), locally-grown flowers.

Sweet Lydia's (Lowell, MA), handcrafted confections including gourmet marshmallows, chocolate salted caramels, toffee, candy bars and s'mores.

Taza Chocolate (Somerville, MA), stone ground organic chocolate.

The Boston Smoked Fish Company (Sudbury, MA), smoked seafood from local, sustainably harvested fish.

Wolf Meadow Farm (Amesbury, MA), locally-made, traditional southern Italian cheese.

The total lineup will include over 40 vendors.

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Boston Public Market
Appleton Farms: Dairy & Farm Store
Boston Honey Company
Jasper Hill Restaurant and Live Music Venue
Crescent Ridge
Q's Nuts
Field & Vase by Stow Greenhouses
Sweet Lydia's
Inna's Kitchen - Boston Public Market
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