Food & Drink

Westfield Farmer’s Market Adds New Vendors

Bee Keeper Donna Coco and her bees at the Westfield Farmer's Market Credits: Jackie Lieberman
GWACC Chairman Chris Devine and his son Jack with Neil Jacob at his knife-sharpening and wood-turning booth. Credits: Jackie Lieberman

WESTFIELD, NJ — The Westfield Farmer’s Market, which takes place on the South side of the Westfield train station each Saturday from 8:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., continues to grow, with new vendors added each week. The market is presented by the Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce (GWACC).

Bee Keeper Donna Coco from Top of the Mountain joined as a regular vendor this weekend, bringing along a display of live bees. Neil Jacob offered knife sharpening on the spot, as well as wood turning. He will return to the market Aug. 9.

“We’re very happy to continue to bring new vendors to the market,” said Gene Jannotti, the GWACC’s newly appointed executive director. “We’re making an effort to continue to expand the kind of vendors we have here.”

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Next Saturday, Westfield deli-café Michele’s on Prospect will join the market, with items such as breakfast and lunch empanadas, freshly squeezed strawberry lemonade and coffee.

To learn more about the GWACC and the farmer's market, click here.

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