2022 Market Opens May 11

 

Wednesdays, 3-7PM
May 11 – October 19

 

 

 

2022 Seasonal Vendors

Weekly/biweekly rotating vendors

Avrom Farms Chicken and Waffles
Ready to eat fried chicken/waffles

Breadman Baking Co.
Focaccia, bread, cookies

Crumb What May
Biscuits, gooey butter cake, shortbread

Dilly Dally Provisions
Pickled/fermented items, mustard, relishes

First Slice Pie Cafe
Pie and pesto

Glow Superfood
Frozen plant based dessert, vegan/dairy and gluten free

Gray Farms
Sustainable grown produce

Green Fire Farm
Grass-fed beef, lamb, pork; pasture-raised poultry, eggs

Hardin Farm/Holle Orchards
Fruit/vegetables, plant starts, cider

Hillside Orchards
Fruit, chestnuts, preserves

Karl’s Craft Soup
Seasonal soup

Katherine Anne Confections
Artisanal chocolates, caramels, marshmallows

Letizia’s Natural Bakery (Sorano, inc)
Baked goods, mini pizzas, fresh pastas/gnocchi

Lost Larson
Bread, baked goods, flour

Nichols Farm
Produce, plant starts, eggs

Onigiri KORORIN
Japanese rice balls

Pecking Order
Filipino street food to be cooked/eaten at home

Phoenix Bean
Tofu products, mung bean sprouts, soy milk

Piscasaw Gardens
Veggies, Mirai sweet corn, flowers

River Valley Ranch
Mushrooms and other veggies grown sustainably; jarred and prepared foods

Sfera
Ready to eat arancini (stuffed rice balls), limonata, cocktail mixers

Sheekar Delights
Seasonally flavored baklava

Stamper Cheese 
Cheese

Tasting India
Spice and chai tea blends, sweet and savory treats

Three Bees Honey
Honey, bee related products

Treats de Cuisine
Dehydrated dog/cat treats

Twidley Bits
Jams, fruit butters, pickled items, vegan cheeses

Vangies Farm
Sustainably grown produce, flowers

WasteNot Compost
Compost, worm casting

Wild Coyote Farm
Organic produce, eggs, flowers, plant starts, Icelandic wool yarn

2022 Pop-Up Vendors

Local food vendors and artisanal makers “popping up” this season. Contact individual vendors for dates 

Bau Bao Treats
Savory & sweet bao

CacaoaBunga
Chocolate truffles and gianduja spread

Carolyn’s Krisps
Gluten free, vegan cookie/crackers

The Coop Pottery
Locally made, useful pottery pieces

Curbside Bicycles
Onsite bike tune ups and repairs

Edgewater Candles
Locally made soy wax candles

Grassroots Farm
Organic CBD products

Masa Madre
Mexican Jewish baked goods

Nuts To Go
Sweet and savory nuts roasted on site

Piel Bella by Jazz
Sustainable, eco-conscious skin/haircare products

Swedish American Museum
Swedish homegoods and products

Theo’s Plant Based Treats
Organic beet jerky

Tubby’s Taste
Vegan cookies in Jamaican inspired flavors

Umland’s Crunchy Cheese Bites
Dehydrated crunchy cheese snacks

Zimt Bakery
German Platzchen (cookies)

Andersonville Farmers Market
Catalpa Avenue between Clark Street and Ashland Avenue

COVID Update

Updated April 3, 2022

The Andersonville Farmers Market will continue to follow all city, state and CDC recommendations and protocols during the 2022 season. Please check back for updates.

    1. Please do not visit the market if you’re not feeling well.
    2. Elderly/at risk population has priority entrance when the market opens at 3PM.
    3. Masks are no longer required. Feel free to wear a mask if you’d like, and masking for unvaccinated shoppers is encouraged.
    4. When possible please try to maintain social distancing in the market.
      Please be kind to vendors, market staff/volunteers, and other shoppers. Thank you!

Pre-Ordering

Online pre-ordering through WhatsGood has been discontinued. Shopping at the market is in person only.  Many of our vendors offer pre-ordering through their website; visit our vendor roster and click on individual vendors to find out more.

Sponsors

A huge thank you to our sponsors, we greatly appreciated their support this season! Please contact Joan Oberndorf at market@andersonville.org if your business is interested in becoming a market sponsor.