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Welcome to the Olde Nourse Farm On-line Store

Since 1722 the Nourse family has farmed the beautiful rolling hills of Westborough, Massachusetts, making the Nourse Farm one of the oldest family-owned and operated businesses in the country. Just 40 miles west of Boston, these 140 acres are home to some of the nation's most succulent berries and harvest crops that produce flavorful homemade jams and other specialty foods.

Jams and Jellies

Seasonal, quality Nourse Farm fruits create rich, flavors in our tasty jams and jellies. Handed down through the generations, Olde Nourse Farm's jam and jelly recipes contain only natural ingredients. Each product is painstakingly prepared in our Nourse Farm kitchen and packaged in a recyclable and reusable 10 oz Mason jar. Buy them on line from Olde Nourse Farm Gourmet, the Nourse Farm's on-line retail store, and stock your pantry with our raspberry, strawberry, blueberry, hot-pepper, apple butter, or combination Jams or give them as a Gift.

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) at Nourse Farm

The Nourse Farm offers community members the opportunity to receive a weekly allotment of fresh fruits and vegetables by investing in the farm's production. By purchasing shares in the harvest, community members gain the freshest seasonal produce and reap the satisfaction of supporting local agriculture. Learn more about this form of community supported agriculture.

Come Visit

From June through December the Nourse Farm Retail Store is open and sells fresh fruits, vegetables, jams, homemade pies, and other specialty products made from the farm's produce. Nourse Farm also offers, "Pick-Your-Own" berries. Venture into the scenic fields and pick the freshest berries at a discount from the retail price. Learn more about visiting the Nourse Farm!

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Click on the icon above for Directions and Aerial Map of the Nourse Farm via Mapquest