Eaglewood Farm-Hailing from New Hartford, Dave Finn the owner of Eaglewood Farms attends the market every week with all natural pork in a variety of cuts including some specialty sauages like chorizo. Dave also carrys a selection of chicken, duck and quail eggs.
Paradise Foods - It all began with a zucchini bread, Lisa Marie Ault brought Russ "Doc" Johnson a zucchini bread to his stall at the market and before the day was out there were many offers to purchase that bread. Soon she had her own stall at the market and has been here ever since. In 2016 Lisa Marie purchased a food truck concentrating on farm to table food "Fern" the truck will be at the market weekly where you can enjoy breakfast sandwiches or lunch fare
Stone Silo Farm- is a small Farm in Woodbury Connecticut. Their small herd of Nigerian Dwarf goats supply them with the best milk for their goat cheese. They source their cows milk from local family farms for their cow cheeses.
Goat Boy Soap- Lisa and Rick Agee began making soap because their son was allergic to everything now years later he's in college and making soap has become a career !Goatboy Soaps are handcrafted In New Milford, Connecticut and made in small batches using natural ingredients, goat's milk, saponified oils, essential oils or all natural fragrance.
Wood You Believe It- Darrell carves beautiful pieces from local wood using just a chainsaw. His pieces range from fairy tables and chairs, to tree and mushroom sculpture, along with bird houses, and bird feeders.
Wave Hill Bread- Wave Hill Breads was founded in Wilton, CT in 2005 . They began by making their signature crusty and chewy French Pain de Campagne, their only bread for the first five years., Witht their move to 30 High Street in Norwalk in 2011, they introduced two additional breads, a Ciabatta with Olives (Kalamata and Green) and Roasted Red Peppers, and a Whole Grain Multi-Grain boule. Long time baker for wave hill bread Tim Topi and his wife Angela purchased the business and continue to expand their product line with exciting items !
Maple Bank Farm - Maple Bank Farm is one of the oldest family-run farms in the United States. It has been in the Hurlbut family since its formation in the late 1700's. Cathy and Howie built a new stand in 1986, to handle an expanded line of farm products, ranging from mixed baby salad greens to custom knitted wool stockings, and apples
Vaszauskas Farm - Anthony Calabrese is the owner of Vaszauskas Farm. Founded in 1950 by the Vaszauskas family, the 300 acre farm grows a variety of crops including butter and sugar corn as well as silver queen corn. They also have a farm stand in Middlebury, CT
Daffodil Hill Growers- Daffodil Hill Growers represents the third generation of farming for the Blersch family, Sara the 3rd generation began working the land of her family's farm in 2004 with the help of her parents Dave and Kathy, sister Laura, and husband Dan they have painstakingly turned their 20 acre parcel in Southbury back into a working farm with 10,000 sq feet of greenhouses growing annuals, herbs and perennials along with 12 acres of field grown vegetables including their famous heirloom tomatoes !
Purfect Pooch- All natural chicken and beef jerky for man's best friend ! They also have sweet poato and carrot varieties. All natural and gluten free !
Daily Fare- Rob and Robin are the owners of the Daily Fare located in the Bethel train station, they specialize in making cornish style meat pies know as pasty (pronounced pastee). They have lots of different flavors of pasty along with fruit bars, granola bars, magic bars and other goodies for your sweet tooth. They are a great addition to the market and we are happy to have them !
The Olive Oil Factory- Located in Waterbury, CT . The olive oil factory blends, flavors and bottles their own olive oils, grapeseed oils, truffle oils and vinegars. They have a great selection of varieties from hot pepper olive oil, to chocolate balsamic vinegar. They offer samples of all their products so that you can find one that suits your taste !
Pepe's Cream of the Crop - Ed and Laurie are clam farmers on a plot in Long Island Sound. They offer 5 sizes of clams at the market from succlent little necks to chowder size and everything in between ! The clams are harvested just hours before they are sold