2019 Market Vendors
**Please note that all vendors are not at the Market every week! You can subscribe to the weekly “Market News” on the home page for updates about who will or won’t be at the Market. This short, weekly Email will also let you know about any vendor specials, plus will give you more info about any upcoming events, demos, musicians, sometimes a joke or two, and always great pictures! FYI: we do NOT share our Email list!
24 Karrot Baking (Franklin)
Cupcakes, cookies, pies, bars, and keto/diabetic desserts.
Raffi Miller, (978) 807-8335
Blakeney’s Bakery (Contoocook)
A home-based bakery that produces 14 flavors of boules, baguettes, batards (plain and flavored), scones (savory and sweet), cookies, soft pretzels. We use local products as much as we can!
Brenda & David White, 496-4306 or 748-0295
Brookford Farm (Canterbury)
Raw milk, cheese, cultured dairy products, lacto-fermented products, grass-fed meat, eggs, organic vegetables.
Jodie Martinez, 742-4084,
Cafe Mustard Seed (Concord)
South India 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.
Canterbury Plantation (Canterbury)
Annual, perennial, herb and vegetable plants. Also available at the Canterbury Country Store.
Kevin Bragg, 892-4422
Cookies and Cakes Hooray (Laconia)
Cookies, cakes, bread, candied apples, fudge,
and other dessert items.
Heidi Follansbee, 1-833-4HOORAY
Fen Ridge Farm (Loudon)
Tyler Moser, 267-8929
Gilded Fern Farm (Contoocook)
Artisan cheeses, both hard and soft plus Greek yogurt.
Katherine Allen, 995-1509
Julia’s Array (Canterbury)
Wellness items made from essential oils, and crafts items.
Julia Barton, 783-6157
Hackleboro Orchards (Canterbury)
Orchard and field fruits, vegetables, honey, cider donuts, fresh cider (in season). Asparagus, blueberries, and apples also available at the Canterbury Country Store (in season).
Harry Weiser, 783-4248
Julia’s Array (Canterbury)
Essential oil products (after sun spray, bug bite relief rollers, scented rollers, lavender burn and hand cream), shirts, signs, framed art and other beautiful craft items.
Julia Barton, 783-6157
Lindon Garlic Farm (Gilmanton)
Organic garlic bulbs, green garlic, scapes, garlic scape pesto, garlic brittle, infused black garlic honey, and infused black garlic maple syrup.
Donald Womack, 520-3342
don@the garlic guy.com
Lofty View Farm (Gilmanton)
Floral arrangements, meat chickens, turkey (fall), pies, baked goods, goat milk, goat cheese and soaps.
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
Meadows Pond Soaps (Canterbury)
Soaps, lotions, shampoos, lip balms. Also available at the Canterbury Country Store. Natural dog treats (home-baked) at the Market.
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
Old Ways Traditions (Canterbury)
Wooden bowls, totes, toys and Shaker pegboard.
Dave Emerson, 783-4403
Our Place Farm (Loudon)
Pastured chicken and pork. Jams, lard, dillied products, eggs. Handspun natural fiber yarn and fine handmade wool braided rugs.
Misty and James Batchelder, 798-3183
Petals in the Pines (Canterbury)
Cut flowers, sedum planters, leaf stone bird baths, hand-made baskets, hand-made garden and nature themed silk scarves. Info on classes and workshops for children and adults held at our Baptist Road location.
Donna Miller, 783-0220
Red Manse Farm (Loudon)
Wide range of vegetables certified organic by NHDAMF, fruits, seedlings to transplant, maple syrup, jam/jelly, shiitake mushrooms
Alice and Earl Tuson, 435-9943
Rock Salt Creamery (Sanbornton)
Dairy-free cashew ice cream available plain or dipped dark chocolate, whole fruit bars, vegan products.
Thomas Morrison, 729-7391
Sanborn Meadow Farm (Canterbury)
Vegetables and greens, focusing on lettuces, Asian greens, mustard, kale, collards, etc. Herbs: basil, chives, dill, sage, thyme, etc.
Kathy Doherty, 340-8955
Steve’s Original Sauces (Belmont)
Specialty sauces for bbq, marinade, glazes.
Tupelo Point Lavender (Dunbarton)
Plants of “Lavender Phenomenal,” a hardy variety that thrives in our area. Plus lavender oil, lavender cookies with rose water icing and a unique concrete multi-purpose pot.
The Salty Rose (Northwood)
Pepita mylk (alternative milk), pumpkin seed butter, pumpkin seed meal (GF flour alternative), wild greens pesto and fermented veggies. Variety of cold drinks such as ginger/turmeric latte and wheatgrass lemonade.
Warner River Produce (Webster)
Wide variety of vegetables from asparagus and arugula to zucchini, greens, culinary/medicinal herbs, tree fruits and berries, raw honey, shiitake mushrooms, and eggs
Jim Ramaneck, 491-4203