These are some of our great vendors that will be at our market this summer. Please view each vendor's website separately to learn more about their ordering and pick up information. In light of COVID-19, we are finding new and creative ways to support our local farmers and businesses. We try to keep this list as up to date as possible.
Blakeney’s Bakery (Contoocook)
Brenda & David White, 496-4306 or 748-0295
Cafe Mustard Seed (Concord)
South Indian food, freshly cooked off-site and pre-packed for you to heat and eat at home! A fine selection of curries, and beautiful rice. Whole spices also available.
Fen Ridge Farm (Loudon)
Julia’s Array (Canterbury)
Essential oil products (after sun spray, bug bite relief rollers, natural perfume rollers, lavender bum and hand cream, muscle cream, toilet spray, refreshing foot spray, etc..), shirts, tote bags and other beautiful craft items. Custom orders welcome.
Julia Barton, 783-6157
Marsh Meadow Bison (Canterbury)
Bison meat and other related bison products. Available at the Market or call the farm.
Katie or Wally Archer, 783-0083
Janet King, 227-9989
North Family Farm (Canterbury)
Renewable energy from wind power, solar energy, biodiesel and sustainably harvested firewood is used to create our NH Certified Organic Maple Syrup. We also have maple candy, maple cream, maple sugar, raw honey from our hives, and cut flowers. North Family maple products and honey also available at the Canterbury Country Store.
Jill McCullough, 783-4712
Petals in the Pines (Canterbury)
Fresh-cut floral bouquets and designs from our gardens (seasonal); leaf stem bird baths, planters, Lazy Susan’s. Botanical-themed silk scarves. Swedish almond cakes.
Donna Miller, 783-0220
Purely Wholesome Farm (Loudon)
Raw goat milk, handcrafted raw goat and cow milk cheeses, fresh homemade butter, goat milk soaps and lotions and other products.
Dennis Schaefer, 988-4109
Sanborn Meadow Farm (Canterbury)
Kathy Doherty, 340-8955
Wide variety of winter vegetables, greens, microgreens, dried culinary/medicinal herbs and herb blends, apples, frozen blueberries, strawberries and plum tomatoes, dried plum and cherry tomatoes, raw honey, shiitake mushrooms, and chicken and (once in a while) duck eggs
Jim Ramaneck, 491-4203