In New Jersey, farmer’s markets are all over. They are often big and lots of fun. We believe in farmer’s markets as great places to buy food that has been cared for and grown by smaller, local farmers and producers. This not only can bring you higher quality food, but fresher products that support people working to make a go of farming in our local area. We need them.
Features organic and non organic vegetables, meats, and baked goods. Emphasizes healthy foods and supporting local farms.
Features organic fresh produce from over 30 local and regional growers all summer long, as well as produce from farther away when more local is not available. Big variety of foods. They define local as within 100 miles of the store, and regional as within 350 miles.
The Whole Earth is actually a health food store, but bigger and better than you have probably seen before.
Many vendors providing foods (mostly non-organic), candles, clothing, decorations, novelties, more. Special events include things like 4H or local vendor taught classes on gardening, composting.
Every Saturday, 9 am to 1 pm
from the beginning of June until the end of October.
A seasonal, open air Farmers Market featuring organic and conventional produce, grass fed beef, free range eggs, berries, honey, honey products, artisan breads and pastries, sunflowers and fresh cut flowers. Seasonal soups and breads. Local wine, alpaca wool and other products.
The Trenton Farmer’s Market
Open all year long
Summer hours:Tuesday – Saturday: 9 AM until 6 PM
Sundays: 10 AM – 4 PM
Near Rt. 206 and Olden Ave in Lawrenceville, NJ.
Directions and details are here.
More then ten New Jersey farms represented with fruits and vegetables grown on their own farms. More then twenty other vendors selling meats, sea food, jewelry, gifts, clothing, time pieces, and more.
Look here for listings of other NJ farmers markets