Delivering fresh, high-quality produce, flours and grains, dairy, meats, cheeses, and specialty foods every day.
We put our trust in people who run farms and food businesses in Western Massachusetts, Vermont, the Hudson Valley of New York, Connecticut, and Maine.
We offer a diverse range of high-quality, source-identified foods from nearby farms, as well as a broad selection from farther afield.
We have strong partnerships with more than 75 farms located mostly on the same routes as our customers, which allows us to focus on freshness.
We joined our operations with Squash, Inc. in 2019. Squash began its work in the 1970s and was an early leader in the “Local First” movement. We carry that work forward every day.
We are a team of professionals who care about supporting our neighbor farmers, strengthening our regional food system, and delivering your orders in a friendly, courteous manner.
We have strong partnerships with 75+ farms
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We have strong partnerships with over 75 farms located mostly on the same routes as our customers, which allows us to focus on freshness and to be nimble. Additionally, to offer a broader selection of foods and to meet more of your needs, we regularly source from a variety of trusted vendors farther afield.
Appalachian Naturals, Goshen, MA
Atlantic Sea Farms, Saco, ME
Atlas Farm, South Deerfield, MA
Auntie Elsie's Oatmeal Crisps, Belchertown, MA
Barrington Coffee Roasters, Lee, MA
Bartlett's Orchard, Richmond, MA
Baer's Best, South Berwick, ME
Battenkill Wholesome, Arlington, VT
Berkshire Bark, Sheffield, MA
Berle Farm, Hoosick, NY
BOLA granola, Great Barrington, MA
Carr's Ciderhouse, Hadley, MA
Chaseholm Farm Creamery, Ancramdale, NY
Cream of the Crop Farm, Russell, MA
Cricket Creek Farm, Williamstown, MA
Dan's Power Plant, Holyoke, MA
Dean's Beans Organic Coffee Co., Orange, MA
Drew's Honeybees, Norwich, CT
Farm at Miller's Crossing, Hudson, NY
Farmer Ground Flour, Trumansburg, NY
Fat Apple Farm, Pine Plains, NY
Fire Cider, Pittsfield, MA
Fix Brothers Farm, Hudson, NY
Full Moon Ghee, Greenfield, MA
Garuka Bars, Burlington, VT
Grace Hill Farm, Cummington, MA
Green Bee Craft Beverages, Brunswick, ME
Hager Bros. Farm, Shelburne Falls, MA
Happy Valley Organics, South Deerfield, MA
Hawthorne Valley Farm, Ghent, NY
High Lawn Farm, Lee, MA
Hosta Hill, Pittsfield, MA
Invisible Cities Apiary, Amherst, MA
Ioka Valley Farm, Lanesboro, MA
JACüTERIE, Ancramdale, NY
Jaju Pierogi, Lynn, MA
Jekanowski Farm, Hadley, MA
Joe Czajkowski Farm Hadley, MA
Just Hummus, Boston, MA
Katalyst Kombucha, Greenfield, MA
Kinderhook Creek Farm, Stephentown, NY
Kitchen Garden Farm, Sunderland, MA
Klein's Kill Fruit Farm, Germantown, NY
les collines, Hillsdale, NY
Little Leaf Farms, Devens, MA
Maine Grains, Skowhegan, ME
Markristo Farm, Hillsdale, NY
Mill River Farm, New Marlborough, MA
Mi Tierra Tortillas, Springfield, MA
MX Morningstar Farm, Copake, NY
Mycoterra Farm, South Deerfield, MA
Nasoya Soy Foods, Ayer, MA
Next Barn Over Farm, Hadley, MA
No. Six Depot, West Stockbridge, MA
Nourse Farms, Whately, MA
Old Friends Farm, Amherst, MA
Pine Hill Orchards, Colrain, MA
Pioneer Valley Popcorn, Shelburne Falls, MA
Plainville Farm, Hadley, MA
Queen's Greens, Amherst, MA
Quivr, Easthampton, MA
Real Pickles, Greenfield, MA
River Valley Farm, Whately, MA
Riverland Farm, Sunderland, MA
Rock City Mushrooms, Chatham, NY
Ronnybrook Farm, Ancramdale, NY
Round Table Farm, Hardwick, MA
Sawyer Farm, Worthington, MA
Scott Farm Orchard, Dummerston, VT
SideHill Farm, Hawley, MA
South River Miso Company, Conway, MA
Square Roots Farm, Lanesboro, MA
Sweet Justice by Dean's Beans, Orange, MA
Szawlowski Potato Farms, Hatfield, MA
The Sweetish Baker, Great Barrington, MA
Thomas Farm Dairy, Sunderland, MA
TÖST, Red Hook, NY
Ugly's Gluten-Free Bakery, Pittsfield, MA
Vermont Soy, Hardwick, VT
Warm Colors Apiary, South Deerfield, MA
Warner Farm, Sunderland, MA
Westmeadow Farm, Ancram, NY
Winter Moon Roots, Hadley, MA
You want to work with people you trust.
Scott Farm Orchard
"Knowing Marty's Local only sources from local and regional and sustainably sourced producers allows us to meet our increasing target without poring through spreadsheets and supply chains. The transparency they provide and relationships they cultivate make them the default vendor when we're looking for local products."
Director of Dining Services, Smith College
"I’ve been sourcing from regional farms for over 40 years. It’s time-consuming, complicated, and challenging to work into an already busy schedule. Marty’s Local has established for me, and other local chefs, a far more diverse palate than we could otherwise source for ourselves. It's exciting to have this resource - their impact on farm-to-table sourcing is of enormous importance to me and to our community!"
Chef Amy Loveless
The Dream Away Lodge
"Marty's Local is one of our favorite distributors to work with. They are very reliable and easy to communicate with. Their product selection is diverse and the quality is excellent."
Brattleboro Food Co-op
WHY WORK WITH US?
You appreciate quality and responsibly grown, small-batch foods.
You want to work with people you trust.
You want to support the local economy and health of our communities by purchasing locally.
You need excellent service from people who care about providing what you need when you need it.
24/7 access to an extraordinary catalog of local/regional foods, as well as a broad range of other staple & specialty foods.
Person-to-person ordering: 413.347.9401
Questions? Suggestions? Please call or email us: email@example.com
''Eating is an agricultural act''
The purpose of Marty’s Local is to help build our regional food system by linking the exceptional farmers and food producers of our area with local institutions. We’re fortunate to have an abundance of high-quality growers and food producers nearby, and yet the overwhelming majority of our food still travels thousands of miles to get to us.
The farmers and food producers in New England and New York can grow, raise, and make almost anything. This enormous variety of delicious and healthy foods is right here, all within a day’s drive and often much closer. By supporting these businesses, we’re growing our local economies, eating marvelously flavorful and nourishing foods, promoting sustainable agriculture, protecting farmland, and celebrating the rich heritage of our region.
What is a regional food system, and why does it matter? From our perspective, a regional food system is the network of people and businesses and land and seeds and animals that take food from the conceptual stage to our mouths. It’s a “regional” system if it sensibly makes use of the resources that are nearby and accessible. The food system we choose for ourselves matters because it directly and significantly impacts our economy, our health, and our environment. As Wendell Berry wrote, “eating is an agricultural act.”
We believe in the quality and the unique tastes of the foods we can grow and produce right here in our region. We want to facilitate a flourishing of flavors and health and character in our foods. We want to foster the curious bakers and the flexible chefs. And we believe in transparency: knowing who grew and raised your food, how they did it, how it was prepared, and what it costs.
We care about what seeds were used, the people planning and planting, weeding and harvesting and packing, the land on which it was grown and raised, the truckers moving it from the farm to the kitchen, the chefs creating, and the experience you have eating it. We live here, too, and we believe good things are all around us.
Marty’s Local is honored to have the opportunity to support the thousands of terrific farmers and food producers doing hard work all around us. They’re our neighbors, and we believe in them.