Vendor Info


Link Card, WIC and Senior Farmers Market Food Coupons Accepted

Please contact Taylor Choy (tchoy@luc.edu) if you are interested in participating at the Market as a vendor.

The Loyola Farmers Market is a “producers only” market.  Therefore the growers and producers grow and produce their food.  The farmers take care to grow quality fruits and vegetables.  The bakers and other local producers also take considerable time securing quality ingredients to bring you healthy and great-tasting foods.

When you shop at farmers markets – money goes directly to the farmers and producer, thereby supporting local economies.

MEET YOUR FARMERS AND PRODUCERS

Loyola’s Urban Ag Program grows vegetables, herbs and flowers on the Rogers Park campus.  Locally raised, unprocessed tilapia directly from Loyola’s Institute of Environmental Sustainability Ecodome are also available.  Just stop by their tent and learn more about tilapia and the Ecodome.

Patyk’s Farm  is a small family farm that grows vegetables in the Chicagoland region in order to bring seasonal vegetables for you to enjoy.  Plus farm-fresh eggs!

Benton Harbor Bee Co. & Fruit Market 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.

Elsie Mae’s Pie and Canning

Tamales Express is  a family-owned and operated business specializing in traditional, handmade Mexican-style tamales, tacos, and traditional Mexican street foods.

Stamper Cheese acquires quality artisan cheeses from the Wisconsin region.  Stamper Cheese truly makes any meal satisfying.

Gotta B Crepes is an on-site stand serving up sweet and savory crepes the ‘way they Gotta B.’