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Welcome to beautiful central Nova Scotia, home of the world’s highest tides, where majestic eagles and whales travel the Bay of Fundy route. Explore our legendary fossil cliffs and dinosaur finds. Experience miles of rich agricultural land that produces the world’s largest crop of wild blueberries, as well as a host of other favourites including strawberries, corn, squash, and carrots. Dairy and beef farms are spread throughout the region, and are important suppliers to the national food basket.

It’s little surprise, then, that here is where you’ll find Masstown Market. This thriving family business began as a farm-gate operation in the spring of 1969, and has grown to become a local landmark thanks to our tradition of quality foods, great selection, and friendly service. The Jennings family and all our staff welcome you to the Market experience.

Browse our large, bright displays of the finest fruits & vegetables, take in the delights of our “made from scratch” homestyle bakery, savour our famous chowders and soups, delight in a cool offering of ice cream in 48 flavours from a local dairy, stroll through our unique gift shop and fully stocked garden center, search out local meat and cheese specialties in our full serve delicatessen and visit Catch of the Bay Fresh Seafood Market for local seafood favorites.

For travellers, our Bay of Fundy interpretive displays offer an insight into the natural wonders of the region, our free public Internet access and free WiFi help keep you in touch with home, our ATM offers the convenience of in-store cash withdrawals, and our large clean washrooms are a welcome offering for the travelling public.

Located just west of Truro at Exit #12 on the Trans Canada Highway, we are ideally situated in close proximity to the highway in a fully serviced area offering gas and accommodations. We are a fully accessible, barrier free establishment offering year round service, 7 days a week from 9am to 9pm. Don’t miss the Masstown Market experience during your visit to beautiful central Nova Scotia.

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