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The Farmers Market is a great place to bring your kids for so many reasons! The Farmers Market allows you to provide your family with wholesome, healthy food while supporting your local community at the same time. Here's the reality - Family farmers need your support! Buying directly from farmers gives them a better return for their produce and gives them a fighting chance in today’s globalized economy. http://bit.ly/10FKRSr
Become a market vendor today! The Merchantville Farmers Market is a community market supporting and promoting local farmers, growers and producers of agricultural products. Our focus is on organic and sustainable foods and goods. We welcome applicants that wish to sell fruit, vegetables, herbs, baked goods, prepared foods, dairy products, meat, eggs, plants, cut flowers and other agricultural products. Our Farmers Market is located along a beautiful, tree-lined greenway in the heart of our downtown. The season runs from June 1st thru October 19th and will take place from 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM on the FIRST and THIRD Saturday of each month. The Market operates rain or shine.
You know what would make this year's market even better, friends? YOU! The Merchantville's Farmers Market Committee would love to hear from you and have your input at our meetings. The first meeting of the 2013 Season is next Saturday, February 2nd at 9:00 a.m in Borough Hall. We're gearing up to talk with our wonderful vendors from last year, and hoping to add a few new vendors for this year! What can we tell them is on your wish list for the market this year? Join us!
Almost Home Animal Shelter will be at the Farmer’s Market today. Come visit them and meet some of their residents. You can also find them on Facebook at: Almost Home Animal Shelter. If you’re able to donate blankets, towels or anything that can be used as bedding or cleaning rags,
The pink blossoms started showing up in March, long before their usual appearance. Now, at orchards across New Jersey and Pennsylvania, peaches are being harvested a full two to three weeks ahead of schedule. "People are excited about everything being early," said Eric Johnson, co-owner of Johnson's Corner Farm in Medford, where the harvest began Saturday. "Typically, we'd begin picking in the third week of June." Peaches are shipping to area grocery stores, farm markets, and roadside stands. Other crops, including strawberries, apricots and blueberries, also have come in weeks early. http://bit.ly/MN2YhV
Our next market, on June 16th, will feature some of the freshest, local produce around from Darmo's Farm, in Moorestown since 1907. Desiree's Desserts specializing in providing very small to large desserts made with high quality ingredients, zero trans fats, zero artificial dyes, additives and preservatives. Michelle Tomlinson's Potato Salad, the ultimate side dish - for years a staple at the Alden Cafe in Maple Shade. Coda Rossa Winery, whose passion for wine goes far beyond the delicious aromas and flavors that exist within each bottle. Balic Winery, a Mays Landing winery featuring more than 27 award-winning premium and ultra-premium wines. Nature's Own Farms, purveyor of 100% natural chicken, beef, eggs and cheeses. Merchantville's own Chef Rebecca Bailey of the Tea Kettle Bakery & Cafe, offering homemade jams, jellies and salsas.
Desiree's Desserts had a sellout day at Merchantville's first market. Owner Desiree Taylor is pursuing her dream as a dessert caterer offering healthier, homemade desserts for your next party or event. She prides herself in making desserts using high quality ingredients,
The Merchantville Farmers Market makes a 2012 comeback on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. along the "Merchantville Mile" on Chestnut Avenue. Due to the Birthday Celebration today's soft opening will feature produce and flowers from Darmo family Farms who "farms with pride from seed to harvest"; homemade potato salads from Alden Cafe; and, 100% natural mini cupcakes, cakes, tarts, cookies and other treats by Desiree;s Desserts.