The Fairfield Farmers Market is set to return on June 17, and operate every Sunday at Sherman Green through Sept. 30.
The Fairfield Farmers Market returns to downtown Fairfield for its third season
The market will be held every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. rain or shine.
More than two dozen farms and food producers will have everything you need for beach picnics, Sunday dinner or weekly shopping.
Five Connecticut farms, including Fairfield’s own Little River Farm, will have the freshest seasonal vegetables and salad greens around.
Also sold will be fresh fish from Rhode Island, pasture-raised beef, pork and chicken, as well as goat and cow cheese.
Whole G is back with artisan breads and pastries, and Whistle Stop Bakery joins the market this year with famous pies, cakes and muffins.
The market will offer farm eggs, salami, pickles, local honey, fruit jelly & jam, olive oil and maple syrup. Customer favorites Cross Culture Kombucha and Raus Coffee also return this summer.
This year’s farms and vendors include:
- George Hall Farm - Simsbury
- Simpaug Farms – Ridgefield
- The Local Catch – Charlestown, RI
- Whole G Bread – New Haven
- Nature View Farm – Bridgewater, CT
- Jane’s Good Food – Westport, CT
- Hot Chicks Local Eggs – Fairfield
- Molly & Murphy Irish Horse & Dog Biscuits – Trumbull
- Oui Charcuterie – Woodbridge
- Kardamas Olive Oil – Stamford
- Little River Farm – Fairfield
- Park City Honey – Bridgeport
- Park City Pies & More – Bridgeport
- Raus Coffee – Stamford
- Cross Culture Kombucha – Danbury
- Popcentric Gourmet Pops– Hamden
- Maple Breeze Farm – Westbrook
- Farm to Jar – Danbury
- Beeswax & Honey – Fairfield, CT
- Mill Pond Essentials – Stratford, CT
- Edgewise Kitchen – Hamden
- Sweetlife Farms – Monroe
- Jahmu - N. Kingstown, RI
- Herbal Diva – West Haven
- Whistle Stop Bakery – Ridgefield
- Muggers Marrow BBQ Sauce – Stratford
- Bella Alpacas – New Milford
- Seacoast Mushrooms – Mystic
- Lost Ruby Farm – Norfolk
- Florality Design Studios – Fairfield
- Woofgang & Co – Fairfield
The Fairfield Farmers Market was started in 2016 by local restaurant owner Bill Auer in collaboration with Mark Barnhart, Fairfield’s Director of Community & Economic Development, and the Town’s Economic Development Commission.
“We are delighted to have the farmers market return to downtown Fairfield for its third season,” Barnhart said.
For more details, click here: www.fairfieldfarmersmarket.org
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