Heirloom Vegetables

A taste of history from an island farm

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f you really want to experience Nantucket, you should see it, smell it, feel it—and taste it, with fresh, island-grown produce from Bartlett’s Farm, which has been in business since the early 1800s and run by the same family for six generations. In addition to the killer tomatoes, you can pick up herbs, flowers, and prepared foods here. It may be news to you, but Bartlett’s is no secret to the island’s best restaurants, which stock their kitchens here. Clements

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Folger’s Coffee was established by Nantucketer James Folger in 1872 after he traveled from Nantucket to California during the California gold rush at the age of 15.

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