Link Card and Senior Farmers Market Food Coupons Accepted
We are preparing for the 2014 season. Please check back soon for updates.
Please contact Gina Lettiere firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in participating at the market as a vendor.
Review the 2013 Growers and Producers.
Armstrong Farm grows vegetables organically and harvests with the help of volunteers. Farm located an hour south of Chicago.
Loyola Student Farm grows vegetables, and includes an educational program to build a sustainable agriculture culture and to support a local food economy.
Patyk’s Farm – a small family growing vegetables in the Chicagoland region in order to bring seasonal vegetables for you to enjoy.
Benton Harbor Fruit and Bee Folks coming all the way from Benton Harbor, Michigan with their fruits of labor and honey. Their orchards have been in the family for over 100 years.
BOT Bakery returns to the market selling sweet and savory gluten-free baked goods. Betty your pastry chef looks forward to celebrating the sweetness and amazing savory goodness of gluten-free treats. Worth enjoying even if you have a gluten tolerance!
C&D Family Farms are Animal Welfare Approved. They tend to their hogs and raise them with care – no-sub therapeutic antibiotics, no hormones, or animal by-products. From Knox, Indiana, C&D folks bring you quality pork. Plus other locally raised meat from other local producers.
Stamper Cheese returns as well! They acquire quality artisan cheeses from the Wisconsin region. Stamper Cheese truly makes any meal satisfying.
Presto Pesto! 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 produce organically via weeding by hand or rototiller to avoid synthetic applications.
Songbird Coffee Roasters will be at the market offering refreshing lemonade, iced and hot coffees in addition to their locally roasted coffee beans on June 10, 24, July 8 and 15th, August 26, and September 23rd.
Spark of the Heart and their amazing salads and soups are now at the market. All you need to do is add boiling water and simmer. Very easy and tastes great. Tuscan Tomato Basil, Lentil Salad Provencal – just try them. Or the others! Plus Spark of the Heart, is socially-responsible company that employs the developmentally challenged to package the salads, soups and donates these foods to help feed those in need.
Tamale Express is a local restaurant serves vegetarian and non-vegetarian tamales and tacos at the Market. Fresh and satisfying Mexican food with refreshments available as well.
That’s So Sweet fixes sweet cravings with fresh fruit and cream plus dipped in chocolate. Some fruit is from our regional orchards. Dale, new to the scene of farmers markets embodies the entrepreneurial spirit and enjoys meeting the community.
Updates on other vendors will post when available.