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Boston Public Market welcomes three new vendors

Get to know the three new artisans and food producers to shop at the Boston Public Market.

Three New Vendors at the Boston Public Market.

Now guests can shop rare spices, specialty chocolates, and fine jewelry at the Boston Public Market.

Photo by Chris Haynes

Just in time for spring, downtown’s Boston Public Market has welcomed women-owned and operated businesses. Let’s get to know the new artisans and food producers.

Curio Spice Co. is expanding to the downtown market from its longtime flagship store in North Cambridge. Dating back to 2015, this specialty spice store will offer expert-guided experiences as you discover Sri Lankan cinnamon, Turkish magic salt and Maine seaweed mixes, Chai teas, and pickling kits. Find the stall next to George Howell Coffee.

Parlott Chocolatier will create truffles, bars, barks, and assorted chocolate candies. The owner, Lu Parlott, grew up making chocolates with her mom, using cocoa beans farmed by her dad — so you can say it’s a family business.

Oohjacquelina Jewelry is owned by Boston artist and musician Jacquelyn Wells. Known for its hand hammering, wire wrapping, thread earrings, and permanent jewelry pieces, there is something for everyone. Guest can also shop bridal and everyday jewelry using semi-precious stones, genuine pearls, and hypoallergenic-waterproof metals.

Ready to shop? Visit these vendors and ~30 others at 100 Hanover St.

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