This year’s market focus will be on fresh, naturally raised local produce and meats and specialty foods from both new and returning farmers and vendors.
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At the Market:
A fourth generation family farm, has been a favorite at the Caldwell Farmers’ Market for four years. They offer a large variety of Jersey Fresh vegetables, fruits and herbs. Iona also has a beautiful selection of live plants and seasonal specialty items
A 300 acre family farm, employs all natural farming methods and has developed an extensive following through markets across the tri-state area, including the Union Square Green Market. Owners John D. and Kristie
Madura pride themselves on their extensive variety of uncommon cultivated and foraged mushrooms, including varieties such as King Oyster, Enoki, Shiitake, Lions Mane, Maitake, Portabella, Chanterelle, and Morels. The couple also raises a variety of sprouts, herbs, specialty salad greens, berries and vegetables
Snoep Winkle Farm
A returning favorite, is a small family farm that practices traditional farming and grazing methods, never using hormones, steroids or antibiotics. Snoep Winkel offers New Jersey grass-fed beef, lamb, pork, chicken and eggs. Whether raising a chicken or steer, Snoep Winkel believes that the quality of the animal’s lives is reflected in the quality of the food.
is a working farm in the heart of scenic Hunterdon County. Owned and Operated by the Schaefer Family, members of the farming community for four generations. Enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables, from our own garden we harvest over 50 varieties of Heirloom and Hybrid Tomatoes. Our fresh produce includes peppers, eggplant, beans, peas, asparagus, cucumbers, zucchini, Jersey Corn and much more. Enjoy over 100 scents of soy blend candles from their Own Candle Company. Also they grow an extensive, exciting selection of beautiful flowering annuals and perennials for Sun and Shade
Stephen will be back at the market again, offering Well Pickles, Half Sour Pickles, New York Dills, New York Garlic Sours, and Hot & Spicy Dill, sold by the gallon, quart, pint, or pickle-on-a-stick. Jaker’s Pickles is also famous for his sauerkraut, New Jersey green tomatoes, and stuffed olives
Roaming Acres Farm
A Sussex County family farm raising ostrich and buffalo using sustainable farming methods that are good for the animals, consumers, and the environment. Livestock are fed a vegetarian diet using all natural ingredients with no hormones or antibiotics. Ostrich meat has less cholesterol, fewer calories, more protein and less than half the fat of chicken. The buffalo are free range and grass fed.
Gourmet Nuts & Dried Fruit Will be retuning with an amazing variety of nuts, dried fruits, dried mixes and brittles.
Sprout Food and Farms
Who will be joining the market in July, specialized in hydroponic farming. This environmentally sound method uses less water, requires no pesticides or chemical fertilizers, and releases no nutrition pollution
into the environment. In addition to hydroponic vegetables and micro greens, Sprout will offer raw milk cheeses and raw honey.