The market hosts over 50 vendors, selling everything from fresh salad greens all winter to locally-grown apples and cider all the way through til spring!
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With local wools, grass-fed meats, artisan cheeses, freshly baked breads, honey, jellies & jams, maple syrup & maple products, amazing hot foods, wines, and crafts rounding out the mix, the market is a great place to shop, eat, and visit.
Interested in becoming a vendor?
Interested vendors for the Saturday and Wednesday winter markets should fill out the Vendor Application.
British & European Artisan Breads, Cakes, Pastries, Cookies, and Scones Chutneys and mustards
Apples, Cider, Veggies, Baked Goods, honey, SWEET CORN
Baked Goods, Apples, Cider, Honey, Syrup, Potted flowers and herbs, chicken & duck eggs
Raised and Harvested in Rutland Vermont Bison Meat: Chili, Meatloaf, Burgers and jerky Eggs: Chicken, Quail and Duck eggs Whole duck, quail, pheasant Venison Pies: from our own fruit trees Crocheted hats and scarves
A family run wood-fired srtisan bakery specializing in hand shaped, hearty breads prepared using many locally grown ingredients grown by them and purchased from regional farmers. They are committed to the localvore movement and to building a strong food community … Continued
Breads, Croissants, Paninis sandwiches, Crepes, Quiche, French Pasteries, Cheese Pies and Drinks
Mexican Cuisine: Salsa, Guacamole, Tamales, fresh Salads, Omelets, cornbread, salads, chili & soups Home made Desserts
Baked and processed foods, specializing in Armenian- based recipes, including fruit and chese-stuffed breads and Phyllo dough pocket pies, vegetable dips and spreads, pilaf, baklava, muffins
Flowers, eggs, herbs. Fresh baked items. Fruits and vegetables, hanging baskets