New Salem Preserves

67 South Main Street
New Salem, MA 01355
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67 South Main Street New Salem MA 01355
Pay With: Credit/Debit
Wholesale: Schools
Growing Practices: Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
Contact: Carol Hillman
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About

Low spray McIntosh and heirloom apples, cider, cider syrup, cider jelly, apple cider vinegar, apple cider caramels, crabapple jelly, and apple butter. Our strawberry and raspberry preserves are sun-cooked. Cider donuts and hot mulled cider available daily. Open dawn to dusk mid-September to Thanksgiving. Visit us at the Garlic and Arts Festival, and at the farm for CiderDays in November.

We now have our “pouring permit,” and can sell our own New Salem Hard Cider by the glass or by the growler right here at the farm! Come to our historic farm to taste our varieties of hard cider, sit and relax on our patio outside the barn, and enjoy the view of meadows, old stone walls, and a well loved orchard. Hours are Saturday and Sunday 2-7:30 P.M.

What We Grow

Baked Goods

Cider Donuts, Pies

Beverages

Apple Cider

Fruit

Apples, Raspberries

Honey + Maple

Honey

Nursery + Flowers

Cut Flowers

Specialty

Apple Butter, Apple Sauce, Candies, Cider Products, Cider Syrup, Cider Vinegar, Crabapple Butter, Crabapple Juice, Preserves

Spreads

Jam + Jelly

Vegetables

Rhubarb

Wine + Liquor

Hard cider

Farm Stand

New Salem Preserves
67 South Main Street
New Salem, MA (map)
(978) 544-3437

Open September TBD – Thanksgiving, seven days a week, dawn – dusk.

Our Customers

Pick Your Own

Apples
Dawn to dusk, mid-September to Thanksgiving.
We especially invite young children and their families.
* Call ahead just to be sure.

Season

Fall

Crop

Apples, Raspberries

Photos

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Just Picked

Put on some clothing you don’t mind getting a little dirt on and spend an afternoon with family and friends discovering the local farms that grow our food. Keep in mind that harvest times are a little different every year. It’s always a good idea to call ahead to find out what’s available for picking.

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