Monday, November 5, 2012
The Globe praised the Fruit Center for its focus on community involvement and for its charitable work of supporting 100 local organizations each year.
The Boston Globe named the Fruit Center Marketplace to its list of top places to work. The Fruit Center was listed at number 4 in the medium size category. It followed Boston Harbor Hotel, Institution for Savings out of Newburyport, and RE/MAX Leading Edge in Winchester. The Fruit Center which has locations in Milton and in Hingham, has 170 employees. The Globe praised the Fruit Center for its focus on community involvement and for its charitable work of supporting 100 local organizations each year. The Fruit Center was the only South Shore business that made the Globe’s list. The Globe also ranked the top five small, large, and larger businesses.
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Fruit Center Marketplace shoppers can earn funds for Milton and Hingham schools the week of November 5.
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
The Fruit Center Marketplace is pleased to announce a fundraising program benefitting nineteen Milton and Hingham schools. From Monday, November 5 through Friday, November 9, customers will be able to download a shopping voucher from the Fruit Center’s website designating which participating school they wish to support when they shop. Customers can present their vouchers at the checkout as many times as they like during the fundraising week. At the end of the fundraising week, the Fruit Center will tally all purchases and donate 20% of the total sales to the designated school. The following schools will be participating in the Fruit Center’s program: Milton Schools: Collicot School, Cunningham School, Fontbonne Academy, Glover School, …
Thursday, April 19, 2012
Share your thoughts about the Fruit Center Marketplace.
Whether you are looking for fresh produce, a robust salad bar, a wide selection of wine or anything in between, the Fruit Center Marketplace has a lot to offer. The first Fruit Center opened in Weymouth in 1973, and was later replaced with a location in Milton and Hingham. Now, the exceptional food and drink items make the Bassett Street store a staple in the Milton community. What do you love about the Fruit Center? What would you change? Please share your review with your fellow Patch neighbors and friends. To review the Fruit Center Marketplace click here and scroll down to the "Rate This Business" section. You can also rate other business on Milton Patch, here. Is your business listed on Milton Patch? If so, did you know you can claim…
Saturday, July 9, 2011
A summery pinot grigio from the Fruit Center is our featured wine of the week.
Villa Marchesi Pinot Grigio, 2010 One shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but the sunny label of the Villa Marchesi Pinot Grigio offers a hint of the flavors inside, says Fruit Center Marketplace wine buyer Tim Paulus. "It's a flavorful wine, with tangerine and peach tones, plus minerals and balanced acidity," he said. Paulus recommends pairing the wine with salads, or just "sipping, patio style." $11.99 at Fruit Center Marketplace