21 Apr Bermuda’s farmers and fishermen are BACK IN BUSINESS!!
If you’re wondering what’s going on with farmer’s markets and fishermen right now…I’ve thought of you!
This post is a re-share (with slight adaptations) from my friend Sylvia Roberts of Corporate Concierge Bermuda Ltd., because she said it oh so well, with all the details I would add in myself, had I written it –
We’re thrilled to learn that Bermuda’s farmers and fishermen are BACK IN BUSINESS!
If you’re looking for an abundant selection of local and imported produce without fighting those supermarket lines, many of our favourite providers have adapted to the Shelter-In-Place guidelines.
Find out how their pickup slots align with your designated shopping days!
***Please ask if they spray with pesticides or herbicides before ordering, note that J&J does not spray. You don’t want chemicals on your produce!
Here are our top picks currently offering DELIVERY:
Hill Top Farms
Scratcher Farms – email firstname.lastname@example.org
For Walk-in Markets and/or Curbside Pickups:
M Soares and Son
Dill Pickle Farming
Nature’s Harvest Nursery & Farm
Here are a few ‘Old School’ providers who aren’t on social media, but still need our support:
Westover Farms 234-0434 email@example.com
DeSilva Farms 735-0577
Dr. Farm 338-1383
Roots Gardening 535-7973 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Barnes Fish Stop on Trimingham Hill, typically Saturday 9am-2pm, check Maj’s List on Facebook for news on additional days.
[If you’d like more insider tips to help you settle into Island life and live like a local, contact Corporate Concierge Bermuda Ltd. to learn about their relocation services today.]
Oh! And did you see the photo of the sheep grazing on the Fairmont Southampton’s lawn?
Hope that was helpful!
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Stay safe and healthy everyone!
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