Lexington Farmers' Market Farmers & Vendors

 

One of the most interesting aspects of any farmers' market is your opportunity to get to know the farmers and vendors. These are people who truly care about good food and the quality of life that can be gained from living close to the earth and its natural rhythms.

Aruna's Delight

Aruna bakes delicious homemade, all natural and healthy granola. There are currenlty three varieties available: Cinnamon Delight with Flax, Chocolate Delight and Fruits & Nuts Delight. Aruna believes that it's important to know what goes into your food and she approaches every batch with this in mind.

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Blue heron organic farm

Located in Lincoln, Blue Heron Organic Farm sells produce from one of the few remaining organic farm stands in the area, with the mission of increasing the availability of locally produced food while raising awareness about ecologically sound farming practices.

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Boston Sword and tuna

Founded in 2003, Boston Sword & Tuna is a “hands-on” company started by people who learned the fish business from the bottom up.

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charlton orchards

Charlton Orchards, a working family farm located in Charlton, MA, sells seasonal fruits and vegetables, including berries, apples, peaches, pears, plums, nectarines, squash, pies and more.

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 chestnut farms

Chestnut Farms is a family-owned livestock farm that raises grass-fed beef, pastured pork, lamb and poultry.  All products are all-natural and chemical-free.

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coastal vineyards

Coastal Vineyards in Dartmouth, MA is a winery run by lovers of wine. Their love of wines led them to pursue their dreams and establish their own fully functioning vineyard. In 2004 they located a 14 acre plot of land previously used for corn. They will feature Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Reisling, and a variety of other red and white grape wine varieties to serve alongside your delicious summer meals.

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Copicut farms

Copicut Farms, located in Dartmouth, is owned and operated by a fourth generation Massachusetts farm family. They raise pasture-fed poultry, which means all of their birds spend their lives foraging on pesticide-free pastures with constant access to fresh grass, legumes, and insects.

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fiore di nonno

Fiore di Nonno produces handcrafted, small batch mozzarella, made fresh daily.

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F. busa farms

F. Busa Farm grows high-quality fruits and vegetable in fields in Lexington, Concord, Lincoln, and Woburn. Located on Route 2A in Concord, F. Busa Farm is part of the Battle Road Farms Initiative, a project to protect and interpret agricultural landscape in the Minuteman National Historical Park.

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flora restaurant

Flora is an independent restaurant in Arlington since 1996, featuring a seasonal menu and abundance of locally sourced foods.  At the LFM, Flora offers prepared foods, including soups, focaccia, homemade pizzas and other products.

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giovanna gelato

Giovanna Gelato offers homemade gelato (milk-based) and sorbet (water-based) in various flavors.

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goodies

Goodies, a web-based gift box cookie company, makes homemade cookies using the finest ingredients and loaded with chocolate, fruit and nuts, with no preservatives or trans fats.

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guy's healthy home cooking

Guy's Healthy Home Cooking produces an eclectic variety of vegetable and nut spreads. Flavors include pea; eggplant; green, green tahini; walnut and almond.  Guy doesn't use any preservatives or artifical colors and includes fresh, local produce whenever possible.  He likes to make homey products using lemon juice, olive oil and the best quality ingredients he can find.

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 hi-rise bakery

Hi-Rise Bakery sells mouth-watering sweets, breads and other prepared foods made fresh in their kitchen located on Concord Ave. in Cambridge.

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 in good taste

In Good Taste produces Pam's Black Bean Salsa, an all-natural salsa with no preservatives and loaded with black beans, corn and roasted red peppers marinated in a secret blend of spices.

 
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Matt's The Amazing
Smokehouse

Matt and his brother are a small start up business that focuses on smoked fish. They seek out fresh (not frozen), sustainable Atlantic salmon, bluefish and organic Lake Superior whitefish. Each batch is hand-crafted and made in small quantities ensuring uniformity and high quality. Many of the spices and herbs used in their recipes are grown in their own garden.

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Merton's MAPLE SYRUP

5 miles from the village of Putney, Vermont, Merton's sugarhouse is over 150 years old and still producing great maple syrup. Although there are many innovations in the sugarhouse, Merton still boils with wood cut from the thinning of the sugar bush.

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 Nella pasta

An oh-ho-simple idea: to make pasta using only ingredients from neighboring farms. Our name in Italian means "in the" because what goes in the pasta means everything to us. We only use what's in season, picked fresh and grown with organic practices. 

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 Nobscot Artisan Cheese

Nobscot makes handmade artisan cheese using raw milk from Eastleigh Farm in Framingham. Flavors include Herdsman Pless, a raw, cows' milk cheese that's aged almost 3 months and Eastleigh Fresh, their award-winning pasteurized milk, spreadable cheese.

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on the edge knife sharpening

Specializing in kitchen knives, On the Edge Knife Sharpening will sharpen hunting knives, garden tools, and personal and pet grooming shears.Be sure to bring along all your essential household knives for a quick sharpening as you shop the market.

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RAd urban farmers

Rad Urban Farmers is a micro-farming enterprise utilizing underused properties in Boston's Metro West.  Using a CSA business model, we provide each land owner with a box of vegetables in exchange for land use. Property owners are attracted to the program because it reduces their carbon footprint and gives them the opportunity to reconnect to the soil.

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 red apple farm

Red Apple Farm is a fourth-generation family farm located in Central Mass. just off Route 2, and features apples, peaches, pears, pumpkins, blueberries, raspberries, potatoes, and heirloom tomatoes, as well as all-natural cider and doughnuts.

Sharing the tent with Red Apple, you'll also find Niemi Apiary which features local, raw honey; beeswax candles; beeswax hand cream and other honey-based products.

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 river rock farm

River Rock Farms raises beef cattle and provides USDA-inspected, natural, aged quality beef to retail customers and restaurants.  Cattle are raised in pastures and are not treated with artificial hormones, growth stimulants, or antibiotic feed additives.

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samira's homemade

Samira's Homemade offers the very best authentic Egyptian and Lebanese food, made from family recipes in small batches. Healthy, delicious and made from fresh ingredients with no added preservatives, products include several varietis of hummus, baba gannough, tabouli, ful madammas (the national dish of Egypt) and pita bread.

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Sfolia baking

Sfolia, a Belmont-based baking company, produces handmade Italian baked goods. Whether it's their cookies or crackers, Sfolia's is sure to satisfy any sweet or savory appetite.

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 signal rock farm

Signal Rock Farm sells lamb, sheep’s milk, and wool from animals grass-fed with a small amount of grain, with no feed-grade hormones or antibiotics to ensure a healthy diet.

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sprouted raw foods

Sprouted Raw Foods is a specialty food maker of delicious, organic raw foods such as flax seed crackers, nut clusters, chocolates and other dehydrated snacks and treats. Their products are gluten, dairy, wheat and egg free. Some of their products are also low on the glycemic index. Their products start with a base of raw and organic nuts and seeds. The way they are prepared allows you the most nutritious value possible.

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stillman's farm

Stillmans Farm is a family-owned farm committed to producing conscientiously grown and raised produce and meats.

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stir it up cuisine

Stir it Up is owned and operated by Patricia Kiernan, a native Jamaican who has cultivated the art of Caribbean cuisine through family recipes.  They are a full-service catering company.  They offer a personal touch, customized menus and impeccable service.  Theirs is a unique, ethnic collection of foods which promise to tantalize the most skeptical of palates.

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stow Greenhouses

Stow Greenhouses offers a beautiful variety of high quality cut flowers, with a special emphasis on lilies.

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 swiss bakers

How did it all begin? It started with our arrival in North America, initially in Canada and then onwards to New England, where swissbäkers was established.

In ‘98 our kids stopped eating bread. Why – we asked? Being kids of bakers’, they simply missed the “crunch”! So we reintroduced them to the “crunch” by baking Swiss breads and rolls in Helene’s kitchen. Helene & Thomas continued this tradition in the downtown area of Boston and then expanded to Boston’s suburbs.
 

Today swissbäkers’ entire product line is still produced in Helene’s & Thomas’ bakery, meeting all local and regional health department codes.

Check out this video from Channel 5's Chronicle to learn more about us.

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the herb farmacy

The Herb Farmacy is a ten-acre certified organic farm and nursery specializing in culinary and medicinal herbs, antique flowers and heirloom vegetables, as well as hand-crafted herbal vinegars, body lotions, face creams and skin moisturizers, and honey.

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turtle creek vineyard

Turtle Creek is a fourteen-year-old boutique winery just three miles from Lexington. On a small scale, they are producing the best classic wines from noble grapes.

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Wild acre inns

Wild Acre Inns will be selling potted perennials, annuals and fresh herbs.

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wright-locke farm conservancy

Wright-Locke Farm is a certified organic farm located next door to Lexington in Winchester, Massachusetts.  They offer a full line of certified organic vegeteables that are super-local and picked fresh for the Lexington market.  They also have an acre of certified organic raspberries and will sell the berries at the market as well as at their popular U-Pick operation from August - October.

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