On a recent Saturday, as the family of three and a woman who had been watching their garden cart through binoculars approached, they were stopped by a smiling green-suited man.
The man waved a small green cart through the front door of the store.
They were headed to a local restaurant, and they had to show ID to get in, the woman said.
It was an uncommon sight in a grocery store.
But the couple, who live in rural Edens, had no idea what to expect when they walked into Garden Fresh.
For the past two months, the family has driven from rural Maine to visit its grocery store, where the cart is called a garden cart.
The family has been waiting to get into Garden Green since March.
The new name comes from the “Green” sign at the front of the shop.
The cart is green, with a small flower on the roof, a sign that says, “I Love Green.”
But it’s also an old-fashioned cart that carries vegetables, fruits, meats, dairy products and baked goods.
The store has two full-service parking lots, which are covered in green grass.
“There’s a lot of greenery out here, but the parking lot doesn’t have a lot,” said Nancy Cavanaugh, the store’s general manager.
“You can’t go anywhere else in town.” “
It’s a great place to shop,” she said.
“You can’t go anywhere else in town.”
The store is also home to a garden, a greenhouse and a greenhouse stand, Cavanaugh said.
A sign posted in the store reads, “Enjoy a Garden Fresh!
It is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
There is no rush to buy vegetables or fruits.
If you can’t wait, ask your local farmers or garden center.”
Garden Fresh has more than 40 full- and part-time employees.
Cavanaugh’s mother, Karen Cavanaugh of Ellsworth, Maine, said she was excited to see the store reopen.
“When we first moved here, we thought it would be an outdoor place,” Karen Caine said.
But Garden Fresh opened a few months ago, so she and her husband now have to make do with a green cart and the store in front of it.
The couple, like most people in Edes, has to drive from the Maine border to buy their groceries.
But Cavanaugh was pleased to be able to visit a local grocery store that serves a variety of foods that the family likes.
“I love the fact that there’s something that I can eat, something that makes me feel good,” she explained.
The Cavanaugh family said they have been buying food from the store for about five years.
It’s not uncommon for people to come in to buy produce, or even just food.
But it can be frustrating, Caine explained.
“This is our place, and we’re in charge of it, and it’s a good thing.”
A recent survey by the Maine Department of Agriculture found that nearly 80 percent of residents of Edens do not know where to buy groceries, according to the AP.
The state said more than half of those surveyed said they did not have the means to pay for groceries.
In 2015, the USDA found that Edens had the highest rates of low-income food insecurity in the country.
“People have a tough time buying groceries, because they don’t know where the best place to buy is, or what the best prices are,” Caine told the AP in 2016.
But, she added, “we have a huge market here, and I think that’s why we’re able to have so much diversity.”
Edens has a growing population of people who do not have access to the grocery stores in their communities, said Cavanaugh.
She said the grocery store serves a lot more than the local population, and that it’s important that they can make purchases and that they know how to make the best purchases.
“That’s our job, that’s our pride,” she added.
“And they can’t do that if they don.
We need them to do that.”
Garden Green’s new name and the new name of its website reflect that diversity, said Kathy Gage, the restaurant’s manager.
She added that her restaurant is known as Garden Fresh because it’s always a positive atmosphere.
“Our motto is, we try to bring people together,” she told The Associated Press in a phone interview.
“The Green is the Green.
It makes it feel more organic.”
The name Garden Fresh, like the cart, is a nod to the city’s growing green population.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, about 2.5 million people live in Edents city limits.
That’s a significant number, according the USDA.
“If we look at the U, we have about 4.3 million people in that area,” said Gage.
“So that’s 4