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Boston Public Market adds two new vendors

Shoppers at the Boston Public Market in July.Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff

The Massachusetts Wine Shop and swissbäkers are now open at the Boston Public Market, bringing the total number of permanent vendors to 38.

Massachusetts Farm Wineries and Growers Association, which includes 25 Massachusetts wineries and vineyards, owns and operates the Massachusetts Wine Shop. It was one of the original vendors at the market, but it was delayed while it obtained a liquor license to allow it to host tastings, said a Boston Public Market spokesperson. The wine vendor sells a selection of local red, white, sparkling, and fruit wines and hard cider and mead.

In September, the 28,000-square-foot indoor market said it was looking to add five to seven permanent vendors and four temporary vendors.


Allston-based swissbäkers, a family-owned bakery, is the first new vendor and offers a variety of baked breads, cookies, and sandwiches.

The Boston Public Market opened on July 30 as Boston’s only indoor year-round market.

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