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Our Offerings

From Across New England

At Elsie's Pantry, our specialty food store located in Andover, MA features at least 70% of the products that come from the soil, the kitchens and the workshops of fellow New Englanders. It's vitally important to me to shop local. I take pride in building relationships with my vendors and listening to their stories and why they have chosen to devote themselves to perfecting their products. I have picked what I think to be the best of the best and I hope you feel the same.

Gourmet Olive Oil


  • Organic teas
  • Locally roasted coffees
  • Organic syrups & honeys
  • Small batch organic hot sauces
  • Organic & fermented pickles, kimchi, gingered carrots
  • And more....
Wooden Kitchen Utensils

Cooking & Kitchen

  • Handcrafted cutting boards
  • Handmade Turkish & linen tea towels
  • Flavored EVOO & vinegars
  • Organic dry rubs
  • Flavored organic garlic salts
  • And more....
Wine and Cheese


  • Charcuterie boards
  • Local farm cheeses
  • Nitrate free cured meats
  • Crackers
  • Jams
  • Organic nuts
  • Olives
  • Pottery serving dishes
  • Maple serving bowls
  • And more....
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Home & Gift

  • Hand poured candles
  • Handmade vegan soaps
  • Organic sugar scrubs
  • Organic room freshener spray
  • Organic, vegan and paleo chocolate bars
  • And more....

Featured Products

Producers of pure, infused, smoked and barrel-aged maple syrup along with a line of maple-based cocktail syrups and cocktail bitters. Their love of pure maple syrup has helped them discover that the potential for taking it in new directions is limitless.  Maple marries exceptionally well with a variety of flavors. Some of them are tried and true like cinnamon and vanilla and some are unexpectedly out of this world, like their Makrut lime-leaf. Runamok's barrel-aged syrups have taken this North American treasure to a whole other level.

Their products are certified organic by the Northeastern Organic Farmers Association and Bird Friendly by the National Audubon Society.

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Runamok Maple Syrup, Fairfax, VT

There's an Irish word that sums up all the things founder Brian Ruhlmann loves about Ireland. Craic. It's pronounced crack and many a conversation in Ireland starts with asking, "What's the craic!" 


When founder Brian Ruhlmann decided to start a hot sauce business in 2017 he wanted good craic to be his guiding principle. To create a memorable line of hot sauces that will be used in good company and to create a business that sparks new friendships and memories through living well, making sauces and connecting with community.

Craic Sauce is a flavor first hot sauce company and we make our sauces in small batches with locally sourced produce in our commercial kitchen in Lowell, Mass.

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Craic Sauce, Lowell, MA

Hand Harvested from Buck's Harbor and solar evaporated, their salt making methods is what makes their salt so special. No heavy machinery. Not dried in a oven or kiln. No additives, whitening agents, or drying chemicals.

Use to marinate meats, pork, poultry. Use when grilling. Enhances the flavor of any dish. Maine Sea Salt has a unique taste, bursts any dish with flavor. Use in baking, cooking, home made pretzels, fermenting vegetables, decorating salted caramel candies. Salt crystals will make your dish shine when used as a finishing salt.


Maine Sea Salt Company, Marshfield, ME

Real Pickles was launched in 2001 with the aim to produce the highest quality, traditional pickled foods available, using natural fermentation. All their vegetables are purchased from Northeast family farms and are sold only within the Northeast. All ingredients are 100% organic.

Real Pickles is a worker co-operative working to change the food system by making pickles!  It all started when Dan Rosenberg began making traditional pickles in 1999 after attending a workshop at a Northeast Organic Farming Association conference. Excited about the benefits of locally grown food, he started pickling cabbage, turnips, greens, and other vegetables as a way to eat locally throughout the winter.

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Real Pickles, Greenfield, MA

Briana’s Handmade Soap is proudly 100% vegan and cruelty free. All their handmade soaps start with a base of organic olive oil, organic sustainably sourced palm oil, and organic coconut oil. Olive oil is a great moisturizer, palm oil creates a rich lather, and coconut oil has excellent cleansing strength. They then add essential oils and plant based special ingredients for their healing and calming properties. Briana's soap is long lasting and washes away cleanly due to the precise ratio of oils used in each recipe. After each use, your skin feels moisturized, silky and clean. No need for harsh, dangerous, synthetic chemicals!


Briana's cares deeply about animal welfare and donates 5% of profits to farm animal sanctuaries.

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Briana's Homemade Soap, Arlington, MA

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