A huge $7,5 million dollar contract has gone on sale at the Biggest Seller in Boston Market for its evergreen farmers market.
The contract was signed by Phil’s Fish Market owner and owner of the Bigger Than Market in Boston, Andrew Rann.
The agreement allows Phil’s to sell their farm-to-table fish market for the next 15 years, with a market value of up to $9 million.
The deal is part of a partnership between Phil’s and Biggerthan Market owner Andrew Ranna.
Rann, who owns the farm-top market, said the deal had been agreed to by Phils, the Greater Boston Market, the Boston Farmers Market, and the Greater Eastside Market.
“It’s a really big deal for all of us,” he said.
“I’ve worked with Phil’s in the past and I’ve been very impressed with his vision and vision for the market, and I’m excited about the future.”
The market is the largest farmers market in Boston.
It is operated by the Boston Farm-to.
Table Marketers Association.
The market has been open for just over two years, but has seen a steady stream of new restaurants and a large number of new vendors.
It is expected to be one of the largest markets in the US for the foreseeable future, with around 4,000 vendors in the market each year.
This year, the market was open until 8 p.m. Monday.