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Make your next turkey a Bongis Fresh Turkey!
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781-585-2392
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This is just a sample of some of our delicious products:


Farm Fresh Turkey
Hot roast turkey
• Homemade Mashed Potato
Homemade butternut squash
• Homemade Stuffing
Fresh frozen turkey
Hot roast chicken
Fruit Pies
Turkey salad
Cole slaw
Macaroni salad
Potato salad

Mrs. Bongis homemade spaghetti sauce
Hot stuffed boneless turkey thigh
Frozen turkey dinners
Homemade butternut squash
Famous jumbo taters

Closed March 3- March 12th!

Don't see what your looking for?

Please call us at 781-585-2392 we can customize it for you. 

What makes a Bongi's turkey so special!

More than seventy five years ago, the newlyweds Tony and Anna Bongiorno moved to Duxbury. They purchased seven acres of land for four hundred dollars and proceeded to set up a chicken farm. During the war years, operating out of a small shop in Quincy, Tony sold a maximum of two chickens a person to people waiting in long lines. In all, he raised about 60,000 chickens a year.

After the war, Tony and Anna made the switch from chickens to turkeys and became one of seven turkey farms on "Turkey row" (a dirt road that is now rt. 53). In 1947, "Bongi's" was born and the recipes that were written are ones that are still used today. The original store was just an old motel cabin moved from down the street. Until the expressway was built, Rt. 53 was the main road to the cape. Soon, stopping at Bongi's for chicken box lunches and turkey pies became a tradition for many cape-goers. This tradition is one that many families still follow today. In fact, tradition is what we are all about at Bongi's!

Today, Tony's daughter, Marie and her husband, Tom run the farm and the business and virtually every young Bongi's family member (grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins) have worked for Bongi's at some point in their lives. Tony and Anna are now deceased, but their spirit lives on in the people who work here and the products that we make, the service that we extend to our customers.M o r e than 70 years ago, the newlyweds Tony and Anna Bongiorno moved to Duxbury. They purchased seven acres of land for four hundred dollars and proceeded to set up a chicken farm. During the war years, operating out of a small shop in Quincy, Tony sold a maximum of two chickens a person to people waiting in long lines. In all, he raised about 60,000 chickens a year. After the war, Tony and Anna made the switch from chickens to turkeys and became one of seven turkey farms on “Turkey row” (a dirt road that is now rt. 53). In 1947, “Bongi’s” was born and the recipes that were written are ones that are still used today. The original store was just an old motel cabin moved from down the street. Until the expressway was built, Rt. 53 was the main road to the Cape. Soon, stopping at Bongi’s for chicken box lunches and turkey pies became a tradition for many Cape-goers. This tradition is one that many families still follow today. In fact, tradition is what we are all about at Bongi’s!


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