Lite Balsamic Vinaigrette, Ken's Steakhouse: This light vinaigrette is the most popular of Ken’s Steakhouse’s dressings, and can be found on shelves around the nation.
Artisanal products from Eastern Massachusetts
Veal sausage, Smoke House: The shop, known for its European sausages and smoked meats, makes this light and flavorful steam-cooked sausage with fresh parsley and white pepper.
Mystic Blend Coffee, Mystic Coffee Roasters: A four-bean blend with fruity notes, vanilla, and chocolate. They also have 17 types of coffee on site.
Maple almond granola, Stark Sisters Granola: Stark Sisters Granola offers three Vermont maple syrup-sweetened, non-GMO, wheat-free and vegan flavors. Maple Almond is the most popular of the three.
Creamed Honey, Tomten BeeWorks: Also known as Canadian honey, it is 100 percent raw. This honey can be consumed with tea, oatmeal, or by the spoonful.
Popovers, Popovers on the Square: These popovers are made with homemade maple butter.
Harmony Cheese, Valley View Cheese: This cheese is made from the cheesemaker's own Nubian goats. it is also blended with Jersey cow milk from the Appleton Farms in Ipswich.
Candy Canes, Ye Olde Pepper Candy Companie: These candy canes are twisted and cut by hand. They also come in peppermint, spearmint, and molasses.
Fresh Turkeys, Raymond's Turkey Farm: At this farm, the turkeys are raised naturally in an open environment with nothing in their feed. The owners bred a type of Broad Breasted White Holland turkey that has more white meat.