Vendors

 

We are updating our vendors list for Spring 2015. Please check back mid April for our full list.

Bohemian Baked - Westchester County, NY
Bohemian Baked creates gluten free, dairy free and vegan baked goods in Westchester County, NY. We use organic and local ingredients whenever possible. At the market on the second and fourth Saturday of each month.

Bombay Emerald Chutney - Yorktown, NY
Indian-style chutneys (mint, plum and more), samosas and saag paneer.

Bread AloneBoiceville, NY
Organic breads baked every day using fresh grains and local produce. From rustic miche loaves to San Francisco-style sourdough as well as their signature Morning Glory Muffins.

Bronx Baking Co.Bronx, NY
Handmade pretzels, pretzel rolls and even bacon-wrapped pretzels. Utterly addictive.

Calcutta KitchensNorwalk, CT
Indian simmer sauces: coconut and cardamon, coriander and coconut, Tikka sauce, Spicy Indian limeade, Indian spice blends

Champagne Kombucha Tea – Pound Ridge, NY
Champagne Tea is made from 100% pure cultured black tea, using only organic ingredients to make small batches of Kombucha tea.

Chatham BreweryOld Chatham, NY
Small batch ales sold in growlers; hard pumpkin, pear and apple ciders and old fashioned root beer, also sold in growlers.

Clean Ridge Soap - Pound Ridge, NY
Soaps, oils and lotions all made from local plants and herbs from the NY area.

Consider Bardwell - West Pawlet, VT
A darling of the Union Square Greenmarket, this Vermont cheesemaker makes
tangy Raw cow’s milk cheese (Dorset, Pawlet, Rupert)  as well as raw goat’s milk cheeses (Danby, Manchester, Slyboro).

D and J Farms - Suffolk, NY
Organic (not certified) farm specializing in Asian greens. Tofu, Kimchi.

Doc Pickle - Patterson, NJ
Classic barrel pickles in the tradition of old New York.

Gaia’s Breath - Hastings, NY (winter only)
Organic meat vendor – organic free-range lamb, pork, veal and chicken and high-end flavorful sausages and charcuterie. Their farm “265 acres of pure organic bliss” is situated between the Catskill and Adirondack mountain ranges.

Honey Locust Farm - Newburgh, NY
A unique small-scale farm that specializes in Chef-Centered Gourmet Agriculture. Products include teas, ciders, greens, herbs, raspberries, herbal elixirs & honey.

Joe Tomato MozzarellaHastings-on-the Hudson, NY
Why is this creamy mozzarella still warm to the touch when you buy it? Because it’s made morning of market. Also: double cream burrata cheese.

Jnana Organics – Mt. Kisco, NY
Fresh organic nut milks (almond and cashew); green juice/carrot & beet juice and apple/berry smoothies.

Kontoulis Olive Oil - Larchmont, NY
After inheriting a grove of olive trees the Kontoulis family turned the grove into a business. They harvest and press the olives in Greece but they bottle the oil here.

Madura Farms - Orange County, NY
This farm specializes in gourmet mushrooms also used for their medicinal value. Tomatoes, peppers, cucumber, sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower from Black Dirt County.

Manhattan Chili Co.Pleasantville, NY
Delicious varieties of chili with no additives or sugar, dairy, or wheat.

Morgiewicz FarmsGoshen, NY
You won’t see heads of lettuce this big and fresh for miles.
This family has been farming in black dirt country for four generations.

Mrs. D’s Meditteranean Delights-
Amazing baklava, spanokopita and other Greek delights.

Obercreek Farm – Beacon, NY
Organic greenhouse baby and Asian greens.

Orchards of Concklin - Pomona, NY
Many varieties of local apples and other fruits and berries… fresh apple cider donuts, pies and cookies. Bedding plants in spring and fall.

Penny Lick Ice Cream – Westchester County, NY
Vintage-style egg custard ice cream sold from an old-fashioned ice cream cart in pints and push-pops. Ethiopian Macchiato anyone?

The Pie Lady and Son - Nyack, NY
Even Grandma would approve of these classic American pies made with fresh fruit from area farms!

Pura Vida Fishery - Long Island, NY
Fresh fish & shellfish and smoked fish from the Hampton Bays. Best scallops ever, so sweet you can eat them raw.

Ready Set Sharp – Pelham, NY
Knife-Sharpening Services. Will also sharpen gardening tools, scissors & lawnmower blades.

Rich Brownies – Briarcliff Manor, NY
Hand-scratch brownies in a variety of flavors – too long to list. Gluten-free varieties, too!

Running Creek Farm – Valatie, NY
Providing wholesome, naturally grown food for our family and our community while being good stewards of the land and waterways we live and work on.

Saratoga Cracker Co – Middlegrove, NY
Hand rolled, crisp artisanal crackers, both savory & sweet. Perfect for egg salad, or a slice of Consider Bardwell cheese.

Skinny Buddha – Mt. Kisco, NY
Healthy, energy-building vegetarian salads, soups and juice.s

Sohha Yogurt - NYC
Handcrafted savory yogurt of the finest quality that rejects the notion that food has to be processed through chemical or genetic means. Voted “BEST” Yogurt in New York City by New York magazine.

Stone Barns- Pocantico Hills, NY
Chef Dan Barber has become the voice of food sustainability and his restaurants Blue Hill and Blue Hill at Stone Barns are the gold standard of true farm to table cuisine. Pastured pork, chicken, lamb; eggs; sausage.

Taiim Falafel - Hastings, NY
Hummus, Israeli salad, tabouleh and other delicacies from this popular Hastings Eatery. Falafel sandwiches made to order.

Tierra Farm - Valatie, NY
Organic nuts and delicious nut butters-the almond maple butter a favorite. Organic fair-trade coffee as well.

True Food of Nyack – Nyack, NY
Prepared salads made with local ingredients; chickpea and kale, wheatberry, chicken &lentil burgers. Healthy burritos, filled with all things local.

Wrights Farm – Gardiner, NY
Fresh, local fruits and vegetables from their farm and neighboring farms, specially picked for the market. Breads, cookies, brownies, and pies made from their own fruit at the peak of the season. And more!

 



  • march 18, 2015

    March 18, 2015

    In the farmer’s market world, shoppers often refer to vendors by their product rather than their name, ie: where’s the ‘fish guy” today? Or did you move “the yogurt lady”? When is “olive oil” going to be here next? It’s easier than remembering a vendor’s name and, besides, there is a lot of staff turnover […]

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