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Wilson Farm

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10 Pleasant St, Lexington, MA 02421-6042
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Stephanie Loukrezis wrote a review Dec 2020
Woburn, Massachusetts6 contributions9 helpful votes
We love visiting Wilson Farm! There is a wide variety of items to chose from including produce, cheeses, meats, sweets etc. Everything is so fresh! I definitely recommend trying their bakery products.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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wpd91 wrote a review Oct 2020
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Went here to do some shopping while nearby. A very busy place. They have a large selection of fresh fruit and vegetables. They also have prepared meals. There is also a bakery. It's is very busy and hard to maneuver around with a shopping cart. Lots of impatient shoppers. We got fresh corn, apple pie, and other sundries. I'm glad I went but would not be in a hurry to shop there again. The parking lot is a bit of a gladiator event as people try to outdo each other to park in the front. It's worth going and judging for yourself.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Julia24578 wrote a review May 2020
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I wrote an earlier review in April after visiting Wilson Farm and although it’s my favorite place for groceries, it had been worrisome during the pandemic. However I went back today (in the morning when it’s less busy) and found it is changed. People line up outside, masks are required and they mark the 6 foot separation at the cashier. I felt there was more space and it was very orderly and efficient and felt quite safe. Thanks Wilson Farm!
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Date of experience: May 2020
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bcfriedman wrote a review Apr 2020
Cambridge, Massachusetts145 contributions51 helpful votes
I have been shopping at Wilson Farm every week for some 45 years now and it has always been my prime source for fresh fruits and vegetables and now meats and fish. It is wonderful to have this mainstay still open and providing its clientele with the same fresh foods and varieties. They remain very careful about letting customers into the "store"; the workers remain ever so friendly in helping you find the items you need -- yesterday, I asked if they had molasses -- YUP! It has always been such a pleasure to go there and in today's topsy-turvy world, a source of comfort as well good eating. My only regret is that I miss Belle!
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Date of experience: April 2020
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Tracey R wrote a review Apr 2020
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A visit on April 8 2020 at 2 pm revealed a packed store, with no attempt at regulating number of customers in store at any given moment. Result was that it was impossible to maintain a distance of two feet from others, let alone 6 feet. They had spit guards to protect the cashiers, but did not protect the workers stocking the food or the customers from each other.
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Date of experience: April 2020
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