Favorite vendors are back this summer, and we welcome many new folks!

Weekly Returning Favorites:

Applefield Farm grows following organic principles and brings fresh vegetables, herbs, melons and cut flowers all summer long! Carrots, greens, lettuce, radishes, cukes, beans, eggplants of all colors, tomatoes and so much more.

Brigham Farm is famous for their sweet corn and also brings veggies, herbs and flowers all grown locally on their historic Concord farm.

Balance Rock Farm raises meats, chicken, and eggs. They also sell cheese, jam, sauces and other products from local produces.

Cookie Lady Treats Fresh baked sweet and savory treats of all kinds: breakfast pastries, breads, pizza, scones, and of course–cookies in unique flavors!

Hudson Hives A small, family-run apiary founded on sustainability selling honey, beeswax candles, honeycomb and other beeswax products! Try all of Stephen’s honey varieties including Spring Blossom, Summer Wildflower, Blueberry, Cranberry, orange blossom, Japanese knotweed, golden flower, elderberry Wellness honey, and Durty Honey.

Periodic Vendors 

Asali  Baker (and Maynard resident) Hiromi Hashimoto describes her newly-launched business as a home-based bakery producing delicious wholesome treats such as cookies, cakes, scones and strawberry jam for that perfect morning pick me up or afternoon tea. 9/3, 9/17 and 9/24

FSG Baking  We’re excited to welcome Artisan Baker Frank Schneider to the 2022 Market. Frank makes artisanal bread and other baked goods in the German/ European tradition, using wholesome, partially organic ingredients. All his bread and baked goods are handmade and slow rise – giving the bread time to develop its full flavor. 7/23, 7/30, 8/6, 8/13, 8/20, 8/27, 9/10 and 9/17

Caits Canine Cookies  All natural, gluten-free, and specialty canine treats for those special dogs! Cait attends 6/25, 7/9, 7/23, 7/30, 8/13, 8/27, and 9/10

Fort Meadow Crafting Artisan crafts and baked goods. Crafts include serving boards, coasters, and crochet plush and wearables. Baked goods include a variety of cookies both regular and gluten free. Find Kim at the Market ever other week starting July 2.

Bali Marle Shelf stable Indonesian spices and treats – a unique style of comfort food with a bit of spice. Maria and James will be at the market June 25, July 23, August 27 and September 24.

Root to Happiness Cut flowers in bouquets and arrangements. Flowers vary each week, depending on what’s in bloom on this local flower farm. Sustainable practices are at the core of the business, whether it be the means of growing and caring for the plants, or the products used to accompany them (vases, wraps, jars, displays). Find Brianne at the market the first Saturday of the month: July 2 and August 6.

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