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Seven New Vendors Highlight Summit Winter Farmers Market Lineup


SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit Winter Farmers Market, which launches on Saturday, January 13, will see seven new vendors displaying and selling their products during the 2018 season, which will be held Saturdays through March 31, from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m., in the Parish Hall at the Calvary Episcopal Church.

Visitors to the Winter Farmers Market -- which enters its second year and began due to the widespread popularity of the Summer Farmers Market -- can take advantage of it being open on Saturdays, when all of downtown Summit’s stores, boutiques and restaurants are open.

The Market will welcome the following vendors this season:

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Anna Maria’s Foods*+ - Cliffside Park, NJ
Brownie Points Bakery – Summit, NJ
Chickadee Creek Farm* – Pennington, NJ
The Farmer and the Chickpea – Somerville, NJ
Hoboken Farms – Clifton, NJ
Kimchi Culture* - Hawthorne, NJ
Lakeside Maple+ – Hopatcong, NJ
Live Love Granola*+ – Kinnelon, NJ
LL Pittenger Farm* - Andover, NJ
Maria’s Gourmet Edibles – Lafayette, NJ
Nicola’s Pasta Fresca – Kenilworth, NJ
paleyobakery* – Montclair, NJ
Paolo’s Kitchen – New Providence, NJ
Patricia & Paul Artisans of Fine Olive Oils & Balsamics*+ – Summit/Westfield, NJ
PickleLicious – Bogota, NJ
Squirrel & The Bee* – Short Hills, NJ
Stefan’s Polish Foods – Wayne, NJ

*New this season
+Every other week

This season, vendors hope to offer food preparation classes and / or food demonstrations during the season, with information on the sessions forthcoming via summitdowntown.org.

Calvary Episcopal Church is located at 31 Woodland Avenue, at the corner of DeForest and Woodland Avenues.  

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