FRESH  ●  AFFORDABLE  ●  LOCAL

Specials

  • Our Own
    Cauliflower Orange
    $1.49/lb.
  • Our Own
    Fresh Spinach
    $2.99/lb.
  • Our Own
    Squash Butternut
    99¢/whole $2.99/lb. cut
  • Our Own
    Squash Honeynut
    $2.99/lb.
  • Our Own
    Bag Carrots
    $3.79/bag
  • Our Own
    Broccolini
    $2.99/bu.
  • Our Own
    Cabbage Green
    $0.79/lb.
  • Our Own
    Carrots
    $1.29/lb.
  • Our Own
    Cauliflower Purple
    $2.99/lb.
  • Our Own
    Cauliflower Romanesco
    $2.99/lb.
  • Our Own
    Cauliflower White
    $1.99/lb.
  • Classic Smoked Salmon
    $9.99/ea.
  • Our Own
    Garlic Bread
    $3.49/ea.
  • Our Own
    Leeks
    $2.99/lb.
  • New York Style
    Nova Lox
    $9.99/ea.
  • Our Own
    Peppers Shishito
    $2.99/lb.
  • Our Own
    Squash Buttercup
    .99¢/lb.
  • Our Own
    Squash Spaghetti
    99¢/lb.
  • Our Own
    Squash Turks Turban
    .99¢/lb.
  • 6 in Cyclamen
    Assorted Colors
    $9.99/ea.

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Wilson Farm
10 Pleasant Street
Lexington, MA 02421
(781) 862-3900

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Shop Mercato.com

With Mercato, you can place an order, and we'll take care of the rest. When you order from Wilson Farm via Mercato, your order is hand-selected by a Wilson Farm shopper, so there's no need to worry about a third-party shopper who doesn't know their produce (...or plants ... or prepared foods) picking your order, and each shopper is trained on how to pick out the perfect peach, orchid, or chicken parm especially for you, so you know your order will be perfect every time. Not seeing one of your Wilson Farm favorites? Give us a call! We're always taking suggestions of new products to add to our online store. What's more, now that we offer SAME DAY DELIVERY, you can get your groceries in as little as 2 hours. 

About Wilson Farm

Founded by Irish immigrants, Wilson Farm has been in operation at its present location since 1884. James Alexander Wilson, W.M. Wilson, and brother-in-law George Reynolds came to Lexington from Enniskillen, Ireland. Read more...

Grown here. Sold here.

Can your supermarket say that?