At Webber Restaurant Group, we are strong believers in the Farm-to-Fork movement and we strive to use local farms for as much of our sourcing as possible for all our businesses. Yes, it is better for the environment because food doesn’t get shipped around the globe. Yes, it’s healthier because we’re not exposing you to pesticides and other chemicals. And yes, it benefits the community to support our local farmers. But more than anything else, we believe that New England produce, in season, is simply a superior product in terms of taste and freshness. It can’t be beat.
The main source of our produce in season comes from our own Gibbet Hill Farm, located in Groton, MA. However, we have extensive relationships throughout the farming community that we use to access a broader list of local ingredients.
Some of the farms and local food purveyors that we work with are listed below.
Springdell Farm Littleton, MA – Fruit, beef, vegetables
Verrill Farm Concord, MA – Produce
Woodbury Clams Wellfleet, MA – Clams and oysters
Westfield Farms Hubbardston, MA – Goat cheese
Smith’s Country Cheese Winchendon, MA – Cheese
Stillman’s Dairy Farm Lunenburg, MA – Milk
Eva’s Garden Dartmouth, MA – Greens, herbs, edible flowers
Great Hill Dairy, Inc. Marion, MA – Blue cheese
Sunny Crest Orchards Sterling, MA – Fruits
Lanni Orchards Lunenburg, MA – Fruits and vegetables
Dharma Harvest Harvard, MA – Sprouts and herbs
Appleton Farms Ipswich, MA Produce
River Rock Farm Brimfield, MA – Beef
Elise and Scott's September Wedding at Fruitlands.