Agricole Farm Stop in Chelsea

. December 1, 2019.

If you’re looking for a new local food option with an emphasis on the “local” part, Agricole Farm Stop in Chelsea should be your next destination. Located in the recently redeveloped Mack Building, Agricole offers customers the very best in locally-produced foods at their market, with all of their products being produced by farmers and creators within a 50-mile radius of the store — and a full 75 cents of every dollar made goes right back to those producers. Residents looking for a place to grab a cup of joe or some delicious homemade bread are in luck, too: The Agricole features a full coffee bar and in-house wholesale bakery, as well. 

7am-7pm, Monday-Friday.
8am-6pm, Saturday-Sunday. 
118 N. Main St., Chelsea.
734-562-2840 | agricolefarmstop.com

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