SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- The Scotch Plains Farmers Market, organized by the Scotch Plains Business & Professionals Association, will return for its 25th year on Saturday, May 13 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The open-air market will be open in the Municipal Lot (430 Park Ave. in downtown Scotch Plains) every Saturday until November, unless otherwise mentioned.
"Our popular, open-air market is celebrating its 25th year and promises to be one of the best again in the area," says Lisa Mohn, who has organized the event for any years. "Here you will find only the 'Best of the Best Vendors' with an engaging variety of fresh grown local produce, delicious handmade baked goods, and gourmet-style food products."
Scotch Plains Farmer’s Market 2017 Vendors:
Fresh fruits, vegetables and flowers
Backiel’s Lithuanian Bakery
Three generations of family create these Artisan-crafted breads and cakes
Bang Me Bakery
Orgasmic cookies that are hand-rolled and made in small batches.
The home of farm-fresh produce grown in East Windsor, New Jersey, and the surrounding region.
Organic, all-natural, mostly vegan bakery. Home-style baked goods with a healthy twist using hearty, healthy, local ingredients.
Custom-made ravioli and heat-and-serve dinners
Gourmet Nuts & Dried Fruits
Sells a variety of nuts, seeds, dry mixes, dried fruits mixes, brittles and dried fruits.
Live, Love, Granola
100% natural ingredients, preservative-free, gluten-free. Made with organic rolled oats, almonds, organic honey and organic unsweetened coconut
A family-owned farm located in Long Valley, NJ. The Ort Family offers seasonal products, plants, fruits and vegetables
Patricia & Paul Artisans of Fine Oils and Balsamics
Features over 45 varieties of both Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) and Balsamics. Taste and see the difference.
Specializes in pickles, olives, tapenades, hummus, and all things pickled. Famous for their "pickle-on-a-stick."
Stefan's Pure Blends
Traditional Polish comfort food from handmade pierogi to naturally smoked kielbasa
South American specialties with tender dough that soaks up the flavor of the beef, chicken, corn, and spinach filling made with special Argentine seasoning.
A family-run business in Hunterdon County specializing in chemical free, high quality honey and bee products, pure beeswax candles, and handcrafted natural fragrances.
To learn more about the Scotch Plains Farmers Market, email FarmersMarket@VisitScotchPlains.com, visit www.scotchplainsfarmersmarket.com and follow the page on Facebook. The Scotch Plains Farmers' Marketplace is managed by the Scotch Plains Business & Professional Association, a non-profit organization that assists and enhances the business community in the Township of Scotch Plains through its networking activities and community involvement.