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Such a wonderful publication to subscribe to. Love the articles showcasing all the local food purveyors and restaurants.

Maria Lawton

Rosa Galeno of Rosa's Food Shoppe explains why she is an advertiser in Edible South Shore & South Coast.

I love this magazine! I love to shop and eat local as much as I can. I’ve discovered many new places and I’ve lived here my entire life! I really enjoy the articles on local people as well as the guide to seasonal produce.

Heidi Bennett

I’ve been reading Edible South Shore & South Coast for years now, and it never disappoints. I love the focus on individual producers and suppliers each edition brings, giving them the attention they deserve. I also love the recipes and cooking ideas each edition shares. I always find inspiration for my cooking. Whether it’s tips and tricks or ideas for menu planning. It’s always fun to thumb through the pages of Edible!
Heidi Bennett

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Our Mission

Wine is food;
spray cheese is not.
Butter’s good; margarine is just yellow gunk.
Soil beats strip malls; food gardens are preferable to lawns; farmers, chefs, and artisans are our heroes.