Local Foods Plymouth is a marketplace where you can purchase food & other products grown, raised & made in the Plymouth, NH area.
Orders may be placed from Saturday afternoons through 7:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Orders are picked up on Thursday afternoons in Plymouth (see below for specific times and places) or on Fridays at the PAREI office between 5:00 and 7:00 pm. - Note that we do not ship!
Be sure to go through all three steps when ordering, then wait five or so minutes. You will receive a confirmation email once your order is successfully place - please do not click on the final confirm button more than once or your order might go through more than once!Just as a note: This website may not be 100% visible on you tablet or notebook. Be sure to scroll around to see all the features!
Pick Up of Regular Purchases:
May 28th – September 29th: Thursdays from 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. @ the Plymouth Community Farmers' Market at the Plymouth Senior Center at 8 Depot Street (off Green Street)
October 6th – May: Thursdays from 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. @ the PAREI Office, 79 Highland St.
We request that all buyers take a moment to read through the information listed at left – Picking Up Your Food and Conditions of Use and FAQ. These tabs will give you more information for you to get started and will answer some of the questions you might have: questions that range from what to do if you are dissatisfied with a product to whether a product has added ingredients or allergens.
Please note: LFP is only "live" for buying Saturday afternoons through 7:00 a.m. Wednesday. Feel free to browse products on any day of the week; however, you will find a "Store Closed" notice. Purchasing is limited in duration so on Wednesdays we can let our farmers know what has been purchased, and they can deliver on Thursday afternoon. And, please, don't forget to thank Mark at the UPS store for generously providing LFP with a winter home!
Become a Member
Become a LFP member today and help support local agriculture.
Meet the Farmers
Finally, we encourage you to get to know the hardworking farmers who produce your food. Be sure to read the farmer bios on the website.