The Market has over 60 vendors! A partial list ... (Check out the availability of local produce with this handy guide from Pride Of New York).
Bulich Creekside Farm: 943-5739 Vegetables, fruit, and plants from Leeds, Greene County, New York.
Baitsholts Farm: 797-5201 Gourmet lamb, hormone/antibiotic-free. Retail cuts, whole or halves. Wool blankets from our flock, handspun yarns, handwoven shawls.
Frantzen’s Scenic Acres Farm: 872-1199 135 acres of a working farm that has been in existence since before the 1800s. Located in the Helderbergs, We supply chemical free veggies, free range and hormone free hens and eggs and heritage turkeys for the holidays.
The Farm at Kristy’s Barn: www.kristysbarn.com Using no chemicals or low spray when necessary, we bring you just about every kind of vegetable you can think of as well as apples and other fruits, strawberries, raspberries, pickles and more as well as home baked turnovers, pies and doughnuts right from the farm kitchen. firstname.lastname@example.org. ,813-9315
Farmer Jon: email@example.com Avoiding artificial chemicals and bringing you a huge variety of freshly picked produce including lettuce, squash, peas, beans, cukes, carrots, peppers, cherries, and lots, lots more. 767-9211.
Tildale Farm: firstname.lastname@example.org Certified organic, heritage and pasture raised beef and port. Hoosick, N.Y. 802-447-6552
Wunsapana Farm: www.wunsapana.com Llama "beans" packaged in burlap bags. Llama manure, organic fertilizer. It is lower in organic matter content than most livestock manures but it still has plenty to improve soil texture and water-holding capacity. It can be spread directly onto plants without fear of 'burning' them. The nitrogen and potassium content of llama manure is comparatively high--an indication of good fertilizer value. Phosphorus is relatively low as in most other livestock manure, Calcium and magnesium content is average. 4557 Hurst Road, Altamont, NY 12009 518.861.6612, e-mail: email@example.com
Mountain Winds Farm We are the second generation on the farm teaching the third generation. We produce Maple syrup, maple products, eggs ,broiler chickens and vegetables in season.We use no antibiotics or preservatives in our feed stocks.We are open for business 7 days a week 9 to 5 . We can be reached at 872-0513 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
New Leaf Farm I grow vegetables, cut flowers, and fruit sustainably without the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides. I guarantee the quality and freshness of all of the vegetables and flowers that I sell. I have also signed the Northeast Organic Farmers’ Association’s“Farmers’ Pledge” which is a written promise to grow crops in a way that is both sustainable and socially responsible. Arugula, Basil, Beans, Beets, Broccoli, Cutting broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, Chard, Cilantro, Collards, Cucumbers, Eggplants, Fennel, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Onions, Pok choi, Sugar snap peas, Peppers, Hot peppers, Radishes, Spinach, Summer squash, Winter squash, Turnips, Tomatoes, Tomatillos.
Four Corners Luncheonette: www.fourcornersluncheonette.com A Verdant Oasis in the Gustatory Badlands: At our market with fresh baked goods, fair trade drinks and lemonade and lots more. 2 Grove Street, Delmar, NY 12054. 518-439-0172
The Perfect Blend: www.perfectblendcafe.com The Perfect Blend with their perfect and fair trade coffees, teas, baked goods, maple syrup and light meals. Plenty of quality music and local art on the walls too. Right at “the Four Corners.” 376 Delaware Avenue, Delmar, NY 12054. (518) 439-6537, (518) 439-5472 (fax). email@example.com
RG Cheese: firstname.lastname@example.org Cow and goat milk product using milk from family owned, local farms. 188 Remsen St. Cohoes.
All Good Bakery All Good Bakers joined the Delmar Market in the Winter of '09. We are passionate about baking with organic and local ingredients, while keeping fair-trade practices in mind. We bring artisan bread, best upstate bialys, handmade croissants, whole grain muffins, buttermilk scones and vegan cinnamon buns. We began the Capital Region's first Community Supported Bakery. Winter Shares available: www.allgoodbakers.weebly.com. Follow us on Facebook & Twitter for updates & giveaways. Special orders available: 518-453-9656 or email: email@example.com.
Longfield Farm Breads.
Gatherers Granola Cereal, snack bars.
Our Daily Eats Nuts, granola and more.
Maria’s Peruvian Foods
Bake for You Baked treats.
Zorba’s Natural Foods Vegan dips.
Skinner's Maple Syrup
The Peanut Principle We are a 24 year old local business specializing in Gourmet Nut and Seed Butters. website is www.peanutprinciple.com / store phone is 518.783.8239 / 1158 Route 9,Latham / Shannon & Joe Campagna are the owners. www.peanutprinciple.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hudson-Chatham Winery The Hudson-Chatham Winery was voted the Capital Region's Best Local Winery by Capital Region Living in 2011 and 2012. Its award-winning wines have also received high scores from Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast magazines. We are proud to be part of the Delmar Farmer's Market! Learn more at www.hudson-chathamwinery.com, and follow us on our blog and Facebook page.
Wellington’s Herbs & Spices “Home of Wellington’s Signature Island Tea”. Features: NOFA-certified organic fields; Herbs, cut flowers and produce; Fresh and dried Herbs and Spices; Certified organic herb, produce, flower and vegetable plants; An intern-training program on our 10-acres of gardens; and a state certified tearoom to accommodate farm visitors. 649 Rickard Hill Road, Schoharie, NY 12157, www.wellingtonsherbsandspices.com , email@example.com Owners: Frederick and Carolyn Wellington
Three Smiles Kitchen, Seitan Creations Three Smiles Kitchen produces and sells vegan seitan in Delmar, NY and its surrounding areas. Current products include: K's Everyday Roast, Spicy Italian Seitan Sausage, and Seitan Chorizo! (Also available only at All Good Bakers: Seitan Corned Beef!) There may be a few cameo appearances by other "flavors" we're working on at the market as well. All products are created from scratch, using whole foods and spices, no preservatives, and no chemicals. Good food in, good vibes out! Smiles to firstname.lastname@example.org, facebook.com/threesmiles, http://threesmileskitchen.blogspot.com/
Fin Bringing you sustainable seafood, fresh from the Boston Pier. www.finshops.com 518.595.4565
Produce Project Organic veggies.
Mosaics By Christine: www.mosaicsbychristine.com All pieces are individually designed and hand created by Christine Shea. Each piece is one of a kind and there's no limit to what can be created. My inspiration comes from both my own imagination and that of my customers. Please visit my gallery to see some examples of my work or feel free to contact me with any questions you may have. Custom work encouraged! 366 Delaware Avenue., Albany, NY (Located at Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream Parlor). (518) 423-4802. email@example.com.
Peyster Street Designs: firstname.lastname@example.org Sterling silver, brass and gemstone jewelry, handcrafted and one-of–a-kind.
Suzy Yoga: www.suzyyoga.org Massage Therapist who will be giving “chair massages” at the market.
Bethlehem Art Association A community artists group that provides contact and support for all kinds of visual artists. We meet once a month at the Bethlehem Public Library. We sponsor workshops, demonstrations, and shows and offer a newsletter regarding local art opportunities. Call Ellie Prakken 439-7559 to join.
T and J Soaps Handcrafted olive oil cold Process soaps from scratch. We use only the finest vegetable based oils to create our soaps. Our soaps smell delicious, are great for your skin, and are a real treat to look at. All of our soaps are cured for 4 weeks to ensure a high quality, long lasting soap. http://www.etsy.com/shop/TandJsoaps