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Business Case Profile

Three River Farmers Alliance

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Business Case Description: 

Three River Farmers Alliance is a local food distribution company based in the Seacoast of NH. Beginning as a collaboration among Heron Pond Farm, Meadow's Mirth Farm, Stout Oak Farm, Kellie Brook Farm, and Tuckaway Farm, we are working to meet the growing demand for local food. Our online marketplace provides a "one-stop shop" for ordering fresh, healthy, local food, from a variety of farms.


Three River Farmers Alliance is currently supplying fresh, local food to restaurants, institutions, and food distributors in the Seacoast of NH and North Shore of MA. We offer an extensive selection of locally grow, seasonally available produce with a convenient year-round, weekly delivery service.  



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