Summer is Near, and the Salem Farmers’ Market is Here
Get ready to fill the cupboards, shelves and refrigerator with the best of the best of fresh, nutritious and diverse foods that local farmers can produce as the Salem Ma Farmers’ Market returns this Thursday, June 9th.
A who’s who of local farms will help kick off the 8th season in Derby Square, along with music and pop up booths from community organizations. (Vendors with a red asterisk* will be here every other week)
Clark Farm In the Hobart/Clark family since 1728, Clark Farm is one of America’s Founding Farms. Out of Danvers. website | facebook
Gibney Gardens One of our many awesome farms. Out of Danvers.
Grant Family Farm Produces vegetables, cut flowers, and eggs. Out of Essex. website | facebook
Heavens Harvest Farm A 17 year and counting Organic Farm, certified by Baystate Organic Certifiers. Out of New Braintree. website | facebook
Long Hill Orchard Growing since 1896. Out of West Newbury. website | facebook
Maitland Mountain Farm An Urban Small-Plot Farm (with pickles). Out of Salem. website | facebook
Wally’s Vegetables One of our many awesome farms. Out of Haverill.
A&J Lobsters Lobster. Out of Danvers.
Rowand’s Fisheries Serving the Northshore with fresh seafood since 1959. Out of Beverly. website | facebook
When Pigs Fly Many kinds of bread. Out of York, ME.
Valicenti Pasta Farm Fresh pasta, seasonal ravioli & farmstead sauces made with ingredients grown on the Farm and sourced in New England. Out of Hollis, NH. website | facebook
Fishwives (Mandy’s Wicked Chowdah) All Natural – Gluten Free Chowders & Bisques. Out of Marblehead. website | facebook
SAVORIES & SWEETS
Auntie Elsie Oatmeal Crisps* A modern take on the classic oatmeal cookies, a handcrafted premium crisp. Out of Belchertown. website | facebook
Grammy’s Bakery Baked goods (cheesecake, cupcakes, and a variety of cookies.) Out of Salem.
Honey Pot Maple Farm* A Massachusetts producer of Honey and Maple Syrup and Maple products. Out of Wilmington. website | facebook
Jodi Bee Bakes A vegetarian bakery & café that specializes in all-natural pastries and savory items, including several vegan and gluten-free selections. Out of Salem. website | facebook
La Creperie Sweet and Savory Crêpes made to order. Out of Beverly. facebook
Powerhouse Juice An all natural juice bar offering cold pressed juice, smoothies. Out of Lowell. website | facebook
All Fruit Inc* Dried fruit and nut mixes. Out of Salem. website | facebook
Cauldron Fermented Foods Fermented foods: Black and White Sauerkraut, Firecracker Carrots, Dilly Green Beans. Out of Boston. website | facebook
Milk and Honey Cheeses and meats. Out of Salem. website | facebook
TEAS, HERBS, SPICES
Salem Spice Spices and spice blends. Out of Salem. website | facebook
WINES & HARD CIDERS
1634 Meadery* Honey-wines made from local ingredients and specialty meads from varietal honeys. Out of Ipswich. website | facebook
Far From The Tree Cider Making small batch craft hard cider. Out of Salem. website | facebook
Mill River Winery Wine. Out of Rowley. website | facebook
Heritage Handmade Handcrafted Items made by artists with disabilities, Primarily Jewelry. Out of Peabody. website | facebook
BED, BATH & HOME PRODUCTS
Bare Cheek Beauty* Handcrafted natural skincare products. Out of Gloucester. website | facebook
Just Herbals* Herbal Teas (Locally grown), Fine Cider, Elderberry Syrup, Herbal Body Care Products, Medicinal Herb Starts. Out of Ipswich. website | facebook
Salem Soapworks Handmade goat’s milk soaps, bath and body products. Out of Salem. website | facebook
And being on a tight budget is no excuse to not eat healthy if you want to. The Salem Farmers’ Market also accepts the SNAP/EBT card.
Just head over to the designated Farmers’ Market table (located off Front St, on the Lobster Shanty side). Ask for the Market Manager. Select how much you wish to spend using your SNAP/EBT card and he will give you tokens valued at $1, $2, or $5. Then shop using the tokens as cash. Certain restrictions apply. Information provided at the table.
The 2016 Edition of the Salem Ma Farmers’ Market is made possible by Salem Main Streets, City of Salem, Salem Chamber of Commerce, Salem Five, and Endless Energy.
Be there this Thursday from 3-7pm. Over 2000 people shopped last season at our Farmers’ Market. Join the crowd!