Ted Spitzer, manager of the proposed Portland Public Market, last week sent out
Ted Spitzer, manager of the proposed Portland Public Market, last week sent out applications to potential vendors for the market's retail spaces. Spitzer is looking for food vendors, and said the market's objective is to maximize the amount of product coming out of Maine. The market is being funded through the largesse of Elizabeth Noyce, allowing it to lease space on more generous terms. Dana Llewellyn of Apple Hill Farms of Monroe has concerns about the transportation costs associated with selling through the market, while Alex Gingrich of Fresh Market Pasta of Portland is sure it will offer him a better place to sell his products directly to the consumer.
Portland Public Market
Schalit, Naomi, "Ted Spitzer, manager of the proposed Portland Public Market, last week sent out" (1997). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 2186.
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