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Well seasoned: I-90 becomes a market for local produce

Local farmers are once again getting space to offer their products at rest stops along the Massachusetts Turnpike. The new season will continue into late fall, Thursday through Sunday, as well as some holiday Mondays. Local farmers are once again getting space to offer their products at rest stops along the Massachusetts Turnpike. The new season will continue into late fall, Thursday through Sunday, as well as some holiday Mondays.
By Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / May 31, 2009

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Anyone who drives along the Massachusetts Turnpike knows the feeling. You hit highway speed, glance at the 18-wheel Wal-Mart delivery rig on the left, crank up "Born to Run." Windows come down. Fumes caress the face. Then comes that craving, that unquenchable desire for . . . locally grown broccoli! (Full article: 862 words)

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