Grocery Delivery Options

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January-March, delivered the 2nd and 4th week of each month

wgardenshare Winter Garden Share ($50/delivery)

A selection of fresh and frozen, local, seasonal vegetables and fruits including carrots, beets, onions, garlic, cranberries, dry beans, apples, cabbage, spinach, frozen blueberries and strawberries, oats, flour, winter squash and more!

meatshareWinter Meat Share ($50/delivery)

A selection of local meats, varying each delivery twice per month. This is a great way to try goat, lamb, or rabbit in addition to more standard items, such as beef, pork and chicken. A sample share would be 1 lb. ground beef, 1 lb. stew meat, 1 lb. sausage, 1 lb. bacon, 1.5 lbs. chicken breast.

victorian-ice-box Ice Box Share ($25/delivery)

Fill your own “ice box” this winter with local farm fresh milk, eggs, cheese, and locally produced breads at each delivery this winter!



Pantry Share ($25/delivery)

Fill your own pantry this winter with locally made items like jams, maple syrup, cornmeal, flour, dry beans, and other less perishable staples at each delivery this winter!

April-December, delivered weekly:

garden-shareWeekly Produce: Garden Share ($25/week)

A selection of fresh, local, seasonal vegetables and fruits, along with specialty food items such as Maine Grains, sea vegetables, mushrooms, cider, & more! Available April through December.


Half Grocery + Weekly Produce: Plow Share ($35/week)

Weekly produce + bread and eggs twice a month. Cheese once per month, plus additional specialty food items. Available April through December.


Full Grocery + Weekly Produce: Harvest Share ($50/week)

Weekly produce, bread, eggs, and milk every week. Additionally, you’ll receive cheese twice a month, plus additional specialty food items. Available April through December.

Want to choose your items every week?


Shopper Select Share ($35/week)

This is the share for you! Log into your account each week between Thursday morning and Sunday evening, and order at least $35 of items from the store. You can select anything from seasonal veggies and fruits to milk, eggs, meats, breads and specialty items, such as cider, syrup, jam and coffee. (If you don’t create a custom order by Sunday night, you’ll automatically receive the Plow Share.) Available April through December.  See Winter Shopper Select Share for January through March.


Add Ons:

meat-shareHalf or Full Meat Share ($20 – $40/week)

A selection of local meats, varying each week. This is a great way to try goat, lamb, or rabbit in addition to more standard items, such as beef, pork and chicken. A typical Half Share might include 1 lb. ground beef, 1 lb. pork sausage, and 1 lb. chicken breast. Full Meat shares receive double the quantities listed above. Available April through December.

flower-shareFlower Share ($10/week)

(Available June 1 through September 30.) A weekly bouquet of seasonal flowers! A great way to add some color to your home and your life. Available June through September.

Delivery Locations

Available Location Delivery Day Comments
Bath Iron Works:
CROF Facility
Church Road,
2pm – 4pm
 For employees only, The Pickup site is located in the front entrance of the Church Road Office Facility Building.
Bath Iron Works:
James Building
375 Bath Road,
2pm – 4pm
For employees only, The Pickup site is located in the front entrance of the James Building.
Center for All Seasons
1 Center Drive, Route 27,
2pm – 5pm
Pickup in the kitchen of the Center for All Seasons. Valencia is the location organizer.
Colby College
4000 Mayflower Hill Drive,
1pm – 5pm
Pickup in the Davis Science Center
Evergreen Chapel
1790 River Rd,
2pm – 6pm
Inn by the River
2777 US Route 201,
West Forks
12pm – 3pm
 Seasonally available from June through September
James D. Julia Auctions
203 US Route 201,
11am – 12pm
Pickup for employees only.
Maine General:
Alfond Center
35 Medical Center Pkwy,
3pm – 6pm
Pickup in the Teaching Kitchen just inside the front entrance, past the welcome desk to the right.
Maine General:
Thayer Center
149 North Street,
12pm – 6pm
Pickup is down the main hallway from the main entrance, near the Emporium in a large room with vending machines.
151 Main Street,
12pm – 6pm
Wine and cheese shop located on the first floor of the Gerald Building in downtown Fairfield.
Pine Bluff Farm Store
28 Augusta Road,
2pm – 5:30pm
Rolling Fatties
268 Main Street,
2pm – 5pm
Restaurant rolling up the best of the local harvest in the form of a big fat burrito, though not limited to Mexican fare.
Sugarloaf Mountain
5092 Sugarloaf Access Road,
Carrabassett Valley
2pm – 5pm
The Harmony House
1011 Robin Street,
Carrabassett Valley
3pm – 8pm
Community wellness center for physical, mental and spiritual growth.
Boynton’s Greenhouse
Madison Avenue,
2pm – 5pm
Pickup is in the pop-up shop, look for a sign that says “The Pickup”.
The Silo Workshop
221 Belgrade Road,
Mt. Vernon
5pm – 7pm
Yoga studio offering community classes to support mindful living and conscious parenting.
Uncle Dean’s Good Groceries
80 Grove Street,
1pm – 7pm
Serving the greater Waterville area since 1981.

Our Mission

The mission of The Pickup is to make connections between farmer/producers and end users of Maine-made products. We work intimately with our suppliers, innovate within the ever-changing climate of local foods, and consolidate sourcing for buyers of all sizes throughout Maine. The Pickup also bridges the gap between Maine-grown products and low-income consumers through increased access and creative partnerships. Our work results in rich relationships and the continued health of Maine agriculture.

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Our Vision

Convenient, affordable and regular access to sustainably-raised Maine foods for families, businesses and institutions in Maine. More Maine farmland in sustainable production. A viable agricultural economy attracting new generations of growers and producers. A preserved natural landscape feeding a healthier and more dedicated population of Maine food eaters. This is what The Pickup sees inside every one of our Grocery Delivery shares, every truckload out the door and after every handshake with our farmers.