Pledge to Eggcelence
We serve the best-tasting breakfast because we hold ourselves, our partners, and our ingredients to higher standards. We established guidelines for the eggs we allow in our kitchens and to be served to our guests because not all eggs are created equal. To be served at Tucker's, the eggs we source must meet the standards of our Pledge to Eggcellence.
It takes a village to bring you the Granite State's freshest, locally sourced breakfast and lunch. Meet our partners who help make it possible.
Mill City Roasting Company
Established in 1996, Mill City Roasting has continued to stay true its roots building relationships with countless local businesses, remaining committed to ethical sourcing, and even using the same coffee roasting equipment they started with all while becoming the largest specialty coffee roaster in New Hampshire. Under their expertise, only the best beans make it to your mug at Tucker's.
To the LaValley family, embracing the farming lifestyle and raising pasture-raised hens is just an extension of their belief in treating animals right and providing their community with the freshest local produce available. The hens at LaValley Farms are free to roam in healthy pastures year-round, and you can taste the difference in the eggs they lay.
Our first team member turned local partner, Kyle Mangawang traded cooking free range eggs for raising the hens that lay them when he became the owner and operator of Trailbend Farm in 2018. Committed to animal welfare and ethical eating, Trailbend Farm provides free range eggs to our restaurants each week.
The Bohanan family has been caring for their land and cows since 1907, and the passion that started the farm in the first place has only grown stronger. In 2009, the fifth generation of family members launched Contoocook Creamery, a small business where they make and market their products themselves including the milk, cream, grass-fed beef, and free range eggs we serve at Tucker's.
Oasis Spings Farm
Nashua's best kept secret, Sarah and Chris Ward, the husband and wife team behind the operation, use upcycled shipping containers to grow hydroponic greens right from their own backyard. Their perfected growing system makes it possible for us to serve the freshest greens in our salads, bowls, and sandwiches year-round.
A step above the rest, Micro Mama's is the only commercial micro brew fermenter in New England who naturally ferments the old-school way — in glass, and never plastic. A single ounce of Micro Mama’s organic sauerkraut or kimchi is more nutritionally dense than an entire cup of raw veggies, which is why we incorporate them in our bowls, salads, and sandwiches whenever we can.
Fuller’s is dedicated to producing the highest quality, best tasting maple products and it shows. Collected first in Jefferson, NH before undergoing the boiling process at the sugarhouse, their pure Grade A Dark maple syrup is the best in the state. We wouldn’t pair our scratch-made buttermilk pancakes or French toast with anything else!
Since its inception in 1870, seven generations of the Robie family have been working on the 150-acre farm. Today, Robie Farm produces some of the finest grass-fed beef and pork in the state including the sausage we use to make our signature sausage gravy.
The mission that drives this brewery is two-fold: to create clean, artisanal beers and an atmosphere of friendliness, camaraderie, and community outreach for all to enjoy. We'll cheers to that!
Fireking Baking Company
The bakery started in 1995 with a mission to provide freshly baked European style breads, and now bakes over 300 types of artisan breads. We receive freshly baked breads from Fireking each day to bring you top-notch toast and sandwiches.
North Country Smokehouse
One of the few family-run smokehouses remaining in the country, North Country Smokehouse keeps it real — you won’t find any fillers, artificial flavors, MSG, liquid smoke, or dyes in their products. They have perfected their craft and stayed true to their roots. While the smokehouse provides artisanal meats and cheese to people all across the country, they still keep production local right here in New Hampshire.
Corey Mitchell, the company’s Chief Salsa Officer (CSO), launched Mitchell’s Fresh in 2006. Today, Mitchell’s Fresh boasts fourteen fresh salsas and dips, as well as white and blue corn tortilla strips. All of Mitchell’s Fresh products are made by hand using only the finest and freshest ingredients that are still handpicked and purchased by Corey.
Renewal Garden & Compost
A passion project turned thriving business, Renewal Garden & Compost was established in 2021 with a mission to divert organic waste from landfills and back into the earth. Since its inception, Renewal has turned hundreds of thousands of pounds of would-be food waste into nutrient-rich soil. At Tucker's, our team composts eggshells, bread and produce scraps, meat and dairy scraps, coffee grounds, which are then picked up by their service each week.