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gutreactions | Feb 26, 201806:41 AM     1

From their website, it appears to be an enclosed farmers market/caterer on the harbor in Norwalk, CT. It is open to the public. They carry meats, produce and artisanal products from local farms and purveyors. Their aim is to link local farms and craft makers with community tables all along the coastline. In fact, News 12 is reporting that they are building a 3rd. custom hybrid catamaran, with help from Derecktor Shipyards in Mamaroneck, that will be able to deliver and link goods to and from Long Island in minutes rather than hours. And, they have developed a year-round growing system for micro-greens and small produce.
This is the first I've heard of Harbor Harvest. Anyone visited? Is there seating, or is it just take-out? How about the quality of their products? www.harborharvest.com

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