Vendors Offering Call Ahead and/or Online Ordering
These are some of our great vendors that are now offering call ahead ordering, online ordering, and/or delivery. 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
Are at the new Downtown Concord Winter Farmers Market which is slated to open mid December. Until then you can order their goods online through Harvest to Market and pick up at Eagle Square in Concord on Saturday’s from 10am-12pm until their indoor space is ready.
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 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.
Place order online and delivers to Canterbury every Wednesday between 3:30-5:30 pm
Canterbury Country Store (Canterbury)
The Canterbury Country Store acts as a hub to the community where you can pick up local goods. They pride themselves in maintaining a country store with whatever the townsfolk need
Hannah’s Gifts can be purchased at the 3 local Osborne Agway’s;
Hooksett, Concord or Winnisquam. Linda can be contacted for Memory Mittens. If you have a sweater from a loved who has passed or just a personal sweater, Linda can make a special
pair of mittens or sometimes several pairs.
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
Margaret Hoyle (Bristol)
It is not too late to stock up on some nice warm socks for winter. Machine washable tumble dry wool blend (75% wool/25% nylon) socks with seamless toes and no elastic in the leg
made on an antique sock machine.
Margaret, 744-2244 (landline)
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
Selling soaps at the Canterbury Country Store
Melissa Greenawalt (Holderness)
Melissa Greenawalt is an artist based in Holderness who has photographed noses and NH landscapes, as well as her hand-written cards. Find these, as well as 2021 calendars, NEW hardcover photo books, mugs, and more at www.melissagreenawalt.com. Click on the “shop” button to access the online shop and have items safely shipped to you! Melissa is currently offering limited local delivery (within 10 miles of Holderness). Please contact her at email@example.com if you’d like to chat about local pickup options to save on shipping!
Nookies Dog Cookies offers your favorite four-legged family members all-natural homemade treats. Made in small batches, these dog cookies have no preservatives and natural and/or organic ingredients. There are also muffins, granola, "pupcakes" and biscuits, along with some treats for cats. Nookies Dog Cookies also has non-food presents for your beloved companions from catnip pillows, doggie bow ties, decor and lots more to discover. There are even doggie teeth cleaners and breath refreshers!
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
Pre-order soaps, lotions, cheese, granola and more for pick up at Cole Gardens Winter Farmers Market on Saturdays from 9:30 to 1:00 or schedule a pick up at the farm. Place order here.
Sanborn Meadow Farm (Canterbury)
Kathy Doherty, 340-8955
Selling eggs at the Canterbury Country Store
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
Are at the new Downtown Concord Winter Farmers Market. You can order their goods online through Harvest to Market and pick up at Eagle Square in Concord on Saturday’s from, 10am-12pm. Or visit:
Cole Gardens, Saturdays 9:30-1 pm at 430 Loudon Rd
Riverhill Grange in Penacook, Wednesdays from 3-6 pm
Credit cards and checks accepted at all locations
Words from Jim: ***Things may change!!! Concord Hospital, Weare and SPS are determined by whether or not we get enough customers. CDWFM pickup at eagle is a go. We are awaiting construction completion on the DCWFM building scheduled for Dec 19, but could be later. There was nothing going on at the location this past weekend. Of course it also depends on finding enough help. Currently help looks good.***