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Farmers Market Reopens May 6 at Duke Farms

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HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - The weekly Farmers Market at Duke Farms returns on Sunday, May 6, with more than two dozen vendors expected for the opening and throughout the summer from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. every week, rain or shine.

The market will close for the season Oct. 28.

The Sunday Farmers Market at Duke Farms is one of the largest and most diverse markets in Somerset County, with crafts, tastings and more for families to enjoy.
  
Vendors will be set up in the parking area adjacent to the Duke Farms Visitors Center, 1112 Dukes Parkway West.
 
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Here is a complete list of participating vendors:
 
Farm Vendors
Alstede Farms- Fresh Produce & Home Baked Pies;
Cherry Grove Farm- Farmstead Cheese and Grass-fed Pork and Beef;
Dogwood Farms- Organic Produce, Sauces, Salsa, Eggs, Meat;
Flourishing Acres Farm & Greenhouse – Seasonal Cut Flowers;
Locktown Farm – Kombucha, Kimchi, Sauerkrauts & Pickled Vegetables;
Noble Mushrooms – Fresh Mushroom Varieties;
Norz Hill Farm – Beef, Pork & Eggs;
Snapping Turtle Farm – Fresh Produce, Herbs and vegetable seedlings;
Unionville Vineyards- Local New Jersey Wine;
Wolgast Tree Farm & Apiary- Local Honey and Beeswax Products;
WoodsEdge Farm- Sustainable Alpaca Wool Winter Wear;
 
Non-Farm Vendors
AMA Gelato – Homemade Italian Gelato & Sorbet;
America’s Kettle Corn – Fresh Popped Kettle Corn;
Better Butter - Seasonal Compound Butter;
Bon Sweets - Nut Butters and Spreads;
Caldo Sauce- Hot Sauce Varieties made from Local Ingredients;
Cheech’s Own Coffee- Cold Brew Coffee Concentrate and Coffee Drinks;
Hoboken Farms- Fresh Baked Bread, Sauces & Prepared Food;
Jams by Kim- Artisanal Hand-made Jams, Jellies, Marmalades & Chutneys;
Patricia & Paul- Fine Oils and Balsamics;
Pickle Licious- Pickles, Olives & Relish;
Simply Sweets by Lauren- French Macarons and Baked Treats;
*The Good Donut Shop – Gourmet Doughnuts Baked to Order;
The Naked Botanical – Herbal Teas, Salts, Salves & Flower Essences;

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