Purple Potatoes, Pea Shoots, Blueberries and more


The bounty that is still available from our Maine farmers is amazing!  Our last winter share of local groceries was so full of color and nutrition!  Here is what our customers are enjoying this week all for only $50.  You could be enjoying a similar local grocery bag starting on April 13th! Join today!!

Carrots~ Moodytown Gardens in Palmyra

Beets~Grassland Organic Farm in Skowhegan

Parsnips~ Blue Ribbon Farm in Mercer

Purple Potatoes~ Common Sense Farm in Unity

Spinach~ Blue Ribbon Farm in Mercer

Yellow Eye Beans~ Green Thumb Farms in Fryeburg

Green Kohlrabi~ Good Morning Farm in Vassalboro

Pea Shoots~ Dig Deep Farm in Sabattus

Frozen Organic Wild Blueberries~ Burke Hill Farm in Cherryfield

Frozen White Turnip~ Lakeside Family Farm in Newport

Apples~ Cayford Orchards in Skowhegan

Slicing Tomatoes~ Backyard Farms in Madison

Many customers add other value added items such as eggs, bread, cheese, or apple cider and so can you!

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.