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Shop Fall River

Whether you're looking for comfort food that reminds you of home, new lamps, a new shirt or leather iPad case, or a new high speed ferry to shorten your commute time, check out the surprising list of products below that are made in your hometown:

Oriental Chow Mein Company


The Chow Mein sandwich was invented in Fall River. Now you can have it again!

Mello's Finest Chourico


Authentic Portuguese

Chourico & Linguica

Amarals Bakery


Portugese Sweet Bread & Rolls



Residential & Commercial Fitness, Conditioning and Therapy Pools

Yomega YoYo


The main competitor to the more Manufacturing high quality sweaters traditional Duncan YoYos for four generations now, since 1911.

Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding


Est. in 1955, one of the industry leaders in building ferries & pilot boats.

New England Shirt Company


Classic long-wearing shirts available in stores near you or from the L.L. Bean catalogue.

L.L. Bean page



Lighting Products for home & business.

Frank Clegg Leatherworks


Hand made leather briefcases, messenger bags, wallets, iPad cases, tote bags, etc.

Rex-Cut Abrasives


Oldest manufacturer of cotton abrasive products in the world.

Northeast Knitting Mills


Manufacturing high quality sweaters for four generations now, since 1911.

Blount Fine Foods


Gourmet clam chowder, soups, sauces, and entrees now at your supermarket.

Korber Hats


Quality Straw and felt hats for men & women sold by L.L. Bean, Orvis, and many others.

Hats available at:

Fall River Travel Posters


Drew Furtado's KickStarter compaign sought $925 to print his posters. 23 days later, 149 backers pledged $6,580. See video at:


Purchase posters at:

Mill City Gallery


Watercolors, pastels, mixed media and prints by local artist Tony Henriques, including many local FR subjects (e.g. South Main Street above).

Coffee Syrup


Found only in southern New England, 'coffee syrup' turns plain milk into coffee milk. Growing up in Fall River, we enjoyed it at home and in restaurants by the glass or in half-pint waxed cardboard cartons. Enjoy it again:

Sam's Bakery


Lebanese-Syrian breads and pies.

Klear Vu Corporation


Chairpads, rocker sets and pillows since 1960s .

Historical Society Gift Shop


Books and audio, video, DVD, and other gifts.

Battleship Cove Museum Store


Models, souvenirs, apparel, books, and DVDs.

Cream of the Crop — Fall River’s Best and Brightest” by John B. “Red” Cummings Jr. (above right) highlights successful Fall River-educated individuals in various categories such as business, military, religion, education and sports between 1850 and the present.


Images of America

Arcadia Publishing, Dover, NH


Thru 200-plus photos & informative captions, local author/photographer Rob Lewis reminds us of Fall River's rich past and future potential. Also books for Swansea, Somerset, Tiverton, etc.

Fall River Manufacturing Co., Inc.

A leading domestic manufacturer of stainless steel and non-ferrous screws, bolts, and nuts, Fall River Manufacturing provides top quality products and unparalleled service to the industry.


Fall River Wear


Hoodies, hats, coffee mugs & Fall River-opoly

game - from Chamber of Commerce’s website:

Carters Clothing and Footwear

288 Plymouth Avenue, Fall River


Since 1947, family owned Carter’s has

carried quality sneakers, shoes, boots,

clothing and accessories at great prices.

Leddy's Bakery

1481 South Main Street


Featuring delicious, resonably priced donuts, cream pies, and other pastries (5 stars on Yelp)


"America's Voices, An Oral History of Fall River from 1900 to 1950."

560 pages, $22, published late 2014


Fall River author Alfred Lima captures essence

of the city from 1900 to 1950 as eighty-five residents

share their experiences of day to day life then.


Order it at:


More info at:

Whaling City Sound

1310 Tucker Road

North Dartmouth


A small record label begun in 1999 by local jazz fan

Neil Weiss, WCS is a favored destination for some of

the jazz world’s elites artists. The label’s catalog (

includes some of the region’s best jazz.


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