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Located in Eastport, Maine – the nation’s eastern-most city – Raye’s Mustard Mill is North America’s last remaining traditional stone-ground mustard mill. Four generations of the Raye family have been grinding mustard on the rock-bound coast of Maine since 1900, when 20-year old J. Wesley Raye, the son of a sea captain, founded the business in the family smokehouse to produce mustard for Maine’s burgeoning sardine industry. In 1903, Wes moved the mill to its current location, allowing Raye’s Mustard to be shipped out by both rail and by steamship. Today, the trains, steamships and all but one of Maine’s sardine canneries are only a memory. But Raye’s historic old stone mill, now a working museum, stands as a lasting testament to the quality and authenticity of a bygone era.
Located in Eastport, Maine – the nation’s eastern-most city – Raye’s Mustard Mill is North America’s last remaining traditional stone-ground mustard mill. Four generations of the Raye family have been grinding mustard on the rock-bound coast of Maine since 1900, when 20-year old J. Wesley Raye, the son of a sea captain, founded the business in the family smokehouse to produce mustard for Maine’s burgeoning sardine industry. In 1903, Wes moved the mill to its current location, allowing Raye’s Mustard to be shipped out by both rail and by steamship. Today, the trains, steamships and all but one of Maine’s sardine canneries are only a memory. But Raye’s historic old stone mill, now a working museum, stands as a lasting testament to the quality and authenticity of a bygone era.

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by Marty & Lisa
on 4/7/2012
from Kents Hill, Maine
Marty & Lisa
Eacellent place and items.  Full body and just as recommended by Maurice, who is a great guy. Place is SUPER clean and the smell will get you even more...Thanks will now enjoy our new found place in Maine
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