Comments for: Presque Isle farm fills broccoli niche throughout Eastern U.S.

Posted Nov. 27, 2012, at 12:36 p.m.

PRESQUE ISLE | If you go into a supermarket anywhere east of the Mississippi River, odds are high the broccoli displayed in the fresh produce section came from Smith’s Farm in Aroostook County … or its fields in northeast Florida. Of the three retail broccoli growers in Maine selling …

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  • Anonymous

    Nice story! Great product!

  • Anonymous

    Anything grown in the county is fantastic! Support Maine farmers!

  • County Escapee

    Just as I was getting ready to leave Maine around 76 or so, PI was changing to the savior crop of sugar beets, then the stink of truckloads of peavines. It seems that they’ve found a cash crop they can stick with. Good luck this time!

  • Anonymous

    No nicer guys in the County than Lance and Greg. Good people

  • Anonymous

    I love raw broccolli

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for this – a great good-news story

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