Thanks for a great season!

We so appreciated your support during this unprecedented time. Please continue to support our vendors by ordering from them directly this winter. Click on name(s) in our vendor roster to access vendor websites.
Our application period for the 2021 market has closed. Stay tuned for our 2021 Vendor Roster!

Have a safe and healthy winter and we’ll see you in the spring! 

COVID Update

Updated November 25, 2020

The Andersonville Farmers Market is closed for the season. Please plan on visiting us when we reopen in spring 2021!

2020 Covid Market Rules

  1. You must be symptom-free. Stay home if you’re not feeling well and ask a friend or neighbor to pick up your order.
  2. All customers are required to wear a mask while at the market. Sanitizing hands is encouraged and can be done at the market table. All vendors will also have hand sanitizer available.
  3. Plan to wait in line at individual vendors to pick up your order.
  4. Please come within your assigned pickup window to collect your items from our vendors.
  5. Customers may not handle product.
  6. Maintain six-foot distancing while waiting in line and in the market
  7. One person should do order pick up if at all possible.
  8. No pets allowed; please leave your furry friends at home.

Pre Ordering

Pre ordering for the online AFM through WhatsGood is not currently available. Preordering will reopen prior to the 2021 market, please check back for updates.

Download the WhatsGood app or sign up for an online account. WhatsGood will email you the day before the market and have you choose your 15 minute pickup time slot. Pay for all your purchases with one transaction, using your credit or debit card on WhatsGood. 

Click here to find out how to order with Link >>

Note: There is a 5% service fee per order that goes directly to WhatsGood. There is also a small ($1) vendor pick up fee per order that goes directly to the AFM to cover increased admin costs. Any orders not claimed by the 3:30PM market close will be donated.

Pre Order Pick Up (from vendor)

Please stay home if you are not feeling well, or have any symptoms (cough, shortness of breath, fever). Ask a friend to pick up your order if you’re unwell. A mask is required to enter the market.

Print out your order (or pull up on your phone) to make sure you remember to pick up all your purchases!

When picking up your pre order please come during your assigned time slot. Any orders not picked up by 3:30PM will be donated.

How do I pick up my pre order (vendor pick up)?

Visit each vendor you ordered from and give them your name. They’ll place your order at the end of their table for a contact-free pickup. This map shows vendor location, you can also print or download this key to know which vendors are where. Some vendors are at the market for selected dates; check the vendor roster for full information.

Please maintain 6 feet between yourself and others when waiting in line and within the market.

Is there somewhere I can pick up my pre order after the market closes?

Unfortunately, we are unable to hold orders past the close of the market. Any unclaimed food will be donated.

Our season has ended, pre ordering for the market from WhatsGood is not available at this time.

2020 Vendors

2021 Vendor Roster coming soon!

Bennison’s Bakery
bread, baked goods

Breadman Baking Co.
focaccia, bread, cookies

Downstate Donuts LLC
potato donuts

First Slice Pie Cafe
pie and pesto

Gray Farms
organic 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, fresh pastas

Lost Larson
bread, baked goods, flour

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

Phoenix Bean
tofu products, mung bean sprouts, soy milk

Piscasaw Gardens (formerly Twin Garden Farm)
veggies, Mirai sweet corn, flowers

River Valley Ranch
organic mushrooms and other veggies; jarred and prepared foods

arancini (stuffed rice balls) to be reheated/eaten at home

Stamper Cheese 

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

Wild Coyote Farm
organic produce


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