Link Card and Senior Farmers Market Food Coupons Accepted
Please contact Gina Lettiere email@example.com if you are interested in participating at the market as a vendor.
With planning for 2015 in progress, please take a moment to review our growers and producers from 2014.
Armstrong Farm (returning for 2015) grows vegetables organically and harvests with the help of volunteers. The Armstrong Farm is located an hour south of Chicago.
Loyola’s Urban Ag Program (of course for 2015!) grows vegetables, herbs and flowers on the Rogers Park campus. Also available by pre-order only, locally raised tilapia directly from Loyola’s Institute of Environmental Sustainability Ecodome. Just stop by their tent and learn more about tilapia, the Ecodome.
Patyk’s Farm (and indeed returning!)- a small family that grows vegetables in the Chicagoland region in order to bring seasonal vegetables for you to enjoy. And farm-fresh eggs.
Benton Harbor Fruit and Bee Folks (returning!) travel to Chicago all the way from Benton Harbor, Michigan with their seasonal fruits and locally produced honey. Their orchards have been in the family for over 100 years.
D-ology – Baking Outside the Box (will be back in 2015!)sells gluten-free baked goods and pizza crust. Enjoy the goodness of D-ology’s pastries, muffins, cookies and other sweet treats. Celebrate the gluten-free world by indulging in D-ology’s products. Worth enjoying even if you have a gluten tolerance!
Peerless PB&J (retired from baking bread)
Farmer Nicks will join the Loyola market this year as a new vendor. Nick will bring pasture raised all natural port, beef, chicken and eggs to the market.
Stamper Cheese returns as well! They acquire quality artisan cheeses from the Wisconsin region. Stamper Cheese truly makes any meal satisfying.
Presto Pesto! (returning!) Bringing you authentic pesto plus variations of pesto to accommodate those with allergies to nuts and dairy products. Other products produced by Presto folks – salsa, pickles and jams. Located in Chicagoland area, Bob with Presto Pesto tends to his fields organically via weeding by hand or rototiller to avoid synthetic applications.
Tamale Express (returning!) is a local restaurant which serves vegetarian and non-vegetarian tamales and tacos at the Market. Fresh and satisfying Mexican food plus refreshments.
Further updates will post when available.