Food Drive to benefit area food pantries

The Attleboro Police Association are proud to support local initiatives aimed at benefitting Attleboro food pantries.

Please bring any non-perishable food and essential household items for our community partners.

Canned goods, dry pasta, cereal, excess harvest, toiletries, and pet food are welcome donations.

Donations collected will be distributed to The Hebron Food Pantry, St. Theresa’s Food Pantry of South Attleboro, The St. Joseph’s Food Cellar and the Murray Unitarian Food Pantry.


Walt Palm and his Palm’s Locally Made BBQ sauces are featured in Edible Rhody magazine. Did you know that he achieved organic certification for both his Mojo Honey Heat and Mojo Smoky Love?

It is no longer Summer

Need to know what’s in season for the freshest local produce? Use the Harvest Calendar from SEMAP, the South Eastern Massachusetts Agricultural Partnership.

The Attleboro Farmers Market is at O’Connell Field in Capron Park every Saturday until October 24 from 9 am to 1 pm.

Here’s the vendor list for September 26 (Subject to change), see below.

Please follow the Market Rules: There is one entrance/exit, no dogs or pets, wear your mask, wash your hands, keep your distance, don’t touch products, vendors can’t handle reusable bags, no eating, and please follow instructions. Thank you!

Anawan Farm
Asian Farmer
Bellicchi’s Best Biscotti
Bonez Brothers BBQ
Borealis Coffee
Breezy Knoll Farms
Crave Mead
Del’s Lemonade
Elzire’s Acre Goat Milk Soap
Foss Farms
Great Harvest Bread Co.
Hippy Pilgrim
Jack’s Snacks, a dog bakery
Jorge Amado Ceramics
Kane’s Kitchen
Langwater Farm
Meadowbrook Orchards
Palm’s Sauces and Better Dressings
Products of the Hive by Nason Family Honey
Red Harvest
Rhode Island Shellfish Co.
SanoBe Superfoods
SourceFire Sauce
Trevin Jack Glass
Winters Farm