Meet our Vendors

Our 2020 Vendors


- FOOD -

Alice's Bakery

Dennis Darr - Ambler

Hand crafted pastries, tarts, cupcakes, croissants and a variety of other bakery treats using local fruit in season. Learn more.

Barefoot Botanicals

Linda Shanahan and Eric Vander Hyde – Doylestown

Certified organic fresh and dried herbs for tea, culinary, & medicinal uses.  Herbal simple syrups for use in cocktails and mocktails, aromatic distillations (hydrosols), and alcohol extracts using only our own herbs.  Certified organic peonies during the early part of June. Learn more.

Bedminster Orchard

Brett Saddington – Perkasie

25 varieties of apples, white and yellow peaches, nectarines, red and black raspberries, strawberries, tomatoes, cut flowers, honey, pears, pine berries, apple cider, apple sauce, apple butter, fruit butters, canned peaches. Learn more.


Brothers in Bees

Mike Maio - Doylestown

Building a positive symbiotic relationship between bees and US veterans through beekeeping and selling of honey. Learn more.

GI Juice

Tiffandy Pedone – New Hope

Certified organic cold press juices, ginger shots, cold pressed superfood juices. Learn more.


Arlene Hayden – Doylestown

Jams, pickled vegetables, artisan breads, soups, granola, baked goods, vinegars, marinara sauce, spicy nuts.

Hershberger Heritage Farm

Patrick Ebner – Sellersville

Certified Organic, pasture raised beef, pork, chicken, turkey, lamb and eggs, cows milk cheese, Castle Valley Mill flour. Learn more.

Jersey Pickles

Rogelio Morales – Teaneck, NJ

Pickles of every variety and flavor as well as marinated olives. Learn more.

Love Grows

Ailsa Coughlan and Brad Berry

Organic methods practiced to grow vegetables, fruit, vegetable and herb plants, eggs. Learn more.

Mediterranean Delicacy

Abdel Bensalem – Philadelphia

From his family farm in Tunisia: organic extra virgin olive oil, spices, rubs, argan oil, handcrafted olive wood kitchen pieces. Learn more.

Nord Bread

Bianca Saracini and Danny Perez - Doylestown

Sourdough breads made with non-GMO flours which are never bleached or bromated. Learn more.


Noshes by Sherri

Sherri and Michael Leon - Yardley

Authentic Jewish baked goods: Sherri's famous Jewish Apple Cake, Mike's Knishes including potato, spinach and sweet potato pecan, and a variety of other sweet & savory baked treats using local fruits. Learn more.


Offbeat Gourmet

Allison Wright and Scott Duncan – Point Pleasant

All natural, locally sourced, gluten-free artisan condiments, BBQ style sauces, aged/fermented hot sauces, seasonings and rubs, savory spreads, mustards, ketchup (in season), marinara sauces (in season), marmalade, preserves, pie fillings, hummus, pesto, fresh horseradish, artisan infused honey. Learn more.

1 Love Jerk Hut

Crystal Johnston – Levittown

All natural jerk sauces using no artificial flavors and fresh ingredients. Learn more.

Primordia Mushrooms

Jesse Tobin - Lenhartsville

Large variety of homegrown and foraged gourmet mushrooms. Learn more.

Rabbits’ Run Farm

Dan Torrison - Quakertown

Fresh goat cheese, raw milk aged goat cheese, raw cow and goat mixed aged cheese, drinkable goat yogurt, pasteurized cow’s milk in glass quart bottles, cow’s milk kefir, yogurt, bees wax candles, goat skins, goat meat, ground beef, salad greens and produce, holiday wreaths. Learn more.

Sandbrook Meadow Farm

Sam Marlow – Stockton, NJ

Certified organic vegetables, herbs, plant starts and their own salsa. Learn more.

Solrig Microgreens

Phyllis Hanson - Ardmore
A large variety of homegrown living micro-greens. Learn more.

Trauger’s Farm

Laura Helfrich – Kintnersville

Produce, cut flowers, brown eggs, potted herbs and vegetable starters, flowering plants, fruit, popcorn, fruit breads, muffins, spaghetti sauce, ketchup and chili sauce, honey and raw honey. Learn more.

Tybuk Farm Maple Syrup

John & Karen Truman – Tioga County

Pennsylvania maple syrup harvested and produced on the family farm in Tioga County, PA. Learn more.

Wildemore Farm

Jay Wildemore – Chalfont

Organic methods used to farm fruits, vegetables, herbs, bedding plants, cut flowers. Learn more.




Bishop Estate Vineyard & Winery

Cindy Bishop – Perkasie

Currently offering 18 wines grown and produced on Bishop Estate: dry reds - Bishop Cabernet, Dark Bishop Whiskey Barrel Aged Cabernet, Initiative Marquette, and BugHouse Merlot. Dry whites: Stalemate Chardonnay, Overworked Dry Riesling and Feeling Winey Gewurztraminer. Sweeter wines: ODA Shiraz, Cowabunga Concord, Persuader La Crescent, El If I Know Sweet White Blend and Tipsie Cow Riesling.  Fruitier wines: Cranberries Dream, Applenoonie and Pure Strawberry wine. Unusual wine: Bee Sting - honey jalapeno, bit of sweetness and warmth.  Call the winery to request wines to be brought to market, place an order or schedule a full tasting 215-249-3559. Discounts on ½ case or more purchases. Learn more.

Colony Meadery

Dave McAdoo – Allentown

Mead is an alcohol made from fermented honey. Also available are candles and soaps made from honey. Learn more.

Chaddsford Winery

Audrey ORourke – Peddler's Village

Offers approachable, food friendly wines that reflect their unique ‘Mid-Atlantic Uplands’ microclimate, Chaddsford expresses their artisanship through a diverse portfolio of dry whites, reds and sweet wines.  Learn more. 


Fegley's Brew Works

Jared Boschen - Allentown 

Family run award winning craft beer producer. Breweries are environmentally friendly and operate on 100% renewable energy from solar and wind.  Learn more.

Perfect Day Coffee

Leni Calabrese – Frenchtown, NJ

Organic and Fair-trade roasted coffee beans by the pound, Cold Brew coffee drinks and hot brewed coffee by the cup. Fresh roasted from sustainably grown beans that are produced at single-family farms and farmer run co-ops. Learn more.

Portch Tea Kombucha

Don DeVault – Emmaus

Kombucha made with local, organic methods farmed flavorings. Learn more.

Viva Leaf Tea

Christa Barfield - Germantown

Hand curated teas using herbs and plants grown on their local farm. Learn more.



BCS Compost

Brian Schneider – Warminster

Curbside composting service that collects food waste and other organic material from residential and commercial businesses. All customers receive their own composted soil or they may donate their soil to our community garden.  

Bucks County Alpacas

Karin Giordano – Perkasie

Alpaca wool made socks, yarn, dryer balls, rovings, shoe inserts, hats, gloves, scarves, leg warmers. Learn more.

The Bubbly Goat

Barbara and Joy Leone - Stockton, NJ

Goat Milk handmade laundry detergent, soap, and facial products. Learn more.

Caramel's Crunchy Cookies Dog Treats


Marilyn A Maxwell - Penns Park

Handmade dog treats.

Carol Cares Aromatherapy

Carol Stella – Lansdale

Organic and wild harvested essential oil blends created by Carol, a Certified Aromatherapist and Teacher, using Mediterranean Delicacy argan and olive oils as a carrier oil and organic hydrosols.

The Dog Bone Guy

Anthony Wajda – Bensalem

New Jersey raised Angus beef bones for dogs, natural pest spray, healing treats. Learn more. 

Fern & Firelfy Soapworks

Christine Lionetti – Perkasie

Handcrafted soap made with natural ingredients including goats milk, coconut milk, home-grown herbs and vegetables, locally sourced beer, wine and fruits. Handknit washcloths, soap-saver bags and accessories.

The Kitchen Garden Series

Heidi Barr - Philadelphia

Kitchen textiles handmade from linen and reclaimed materials. Learn more.

Howe Sharp

Jesse Howe – Perkasie

Sharpening of knives, scissors all garden tools, clipper blades, reel mowers, hand saws, and mower blades. Most work is done at the market while you shop. Learn more.

Kaeddie Designs

Joy Buhion – Doylestown

Hand crafted jewelry and gifts. Learn more

Marie’s Soap Company

Brenda Olson – Ottsville

Goat’s milk soaps, honey and bee products, organic methods used and some organic products available. Learn more. 

The Rude Kitty

Pete and Lee Roe - Pipersville

Homemade cat toys. Learn more. 



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