The new farm stand at Liberation Farms in Wales is open noon-6 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays. Christopher Wheelock/Sun Journal

The Somali Bantu Association’s Liberation Farms in Wales has opened its new farm stand, called “Suuq” in Somali, which means market. Inside you can find:

• Fresh, chemical-free produce from Liberation Farms

• Liberation Farms cornmeal, milled by Maine Grains

• Handwoven baskets by Somali Bantu weavers

• Organic local milk and yogurt from The Milkhouse in Monmouth

• Organic local goat milk and cheese from Cosmic Goat Farm & Creamery in Litchfield


• Local pasture-raised eggs from Sparkplug Farm in Leeds

• Liberation Farms merchandise including ball caps, beanies, tote bags and stickers

The new stand is located at 1002 Gardiner Road and is open for business from noon to 6 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays.

This story was originally published as part of “Little River Coffee opens Friday in Lisbon Falls” The Buzz offers quick hits about trending area business happenings. Have a Buzzable tip? Contact business writer Christopher Wheelock at 689-2817 or [email protected]

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