SFM Vendors

If you are interested in becoming a vendor, download our 2021 Vendor Application form:
2021 Vendor Application Form

If you are interested in being a craft vendor at the market, please fill out our Craft Application form:
2021 Craft Vendor Form

The following vendors accept WIC and Senior Coupons:
Long Hill Orchard
Grant Family Farm
Lanni Orchards
Clark Farm

Click the following links for more information on WIC & Senior Coupons


Grant Family Farm:
Grant Family Farm is a little unconventional farm in Essex. We grow vegetables, cut flowers, and pasture raised eggs for farmers markets and restaurants. We began selling at farmers markets in 2011. We offer a wide array of produce from basic necessities to unique varieties of heirloom and specialty crops. We use only sustainable and organic practices to produce all our offerings, and am committed to growing healthy food that is also good for the environment.  Our hens are raised free range, able to roam, scratch, and do all their natural behaviors. We keep our facebook page well updated with our planting, harvesting, and chicken pictures throughout the week. • FACEBOOK

Clark Farm:
Clark Farm in Danvers is a small(11.5 acre) family owned farm which has been operated by the Hobart-Clark families since 1728. They specialize in high end crops such as shallots, cherry and heirloom tomatoes, sugar snap peas and green “Danvers” onions. Together with their network of supplying farms they offer a broad range of honey, eggs, locally grown veggies, herbs, and fruit. All of their own veggies are grown without pesticides, herbicides, or fungicides! Contact them on Facebook or view their website: • FACEBOOK

Long Hill Orchard:
Our 150-acre orchard & farm is located in West Newbury, MA.  We will be joining the farmer’s market again for our fourth year bringing a wide variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables. You can sign up for a CSA & pick it up at the market every Sunday! Visit our website for more information.

Lanni Orchards:
Lanni Orchards, Inc. was started 50 years ago by Pasquale Lanni and his sons.  Today the farm is being operated by the third and fourth generations.  They grow their own apples, peaches, pears, corn, squash, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and so much more! • FACEBOOK

Ackermann Maple Farm:
In the fall of 2012, Ian and Caitlin Ackermann enlisted the help of their family and friends to construct the sugar shack using wood from their land and milled by Ian himself. There, the sap that flows from just over 6,400 trees is heated using a natural wood fire, evaporating the water from the sap and drawing out the pronounced natural maple flavor Vermont is known for. Since the ages of 20 and 24, they have worked to promote Ackermann Maple Farm. You can find their maple syrup, maple cream, and maple sugar at farmers’ markets in Massachusetts and Florida. • FACEBOOK

Alfalfa Farm Winery:
Alfalfa Farm Winery is a family-owned and operated vineyard in rural Topsfield, Massachusetts.  They make a variety of award-winning, New England-style wines, from Aurore and Foch grapes grown in their vineyard to fruit wines including blueberry and cranberry. This is their 4th year at the farmer’s market, don’t forget to stop by their booth to try a sample! • FACEBOOK

The Fish Market Marblehead:
The Fish Market in Marblehead, MA, is dedicated to serving you top quality, fresh seafood items. We are an old fashion fish-style market with a new age modern feel. With over 50 years of combined experience, our staff of professionals is a tight-knit crew that has been working together for several years. We pride ourselves on being “seafood specialists,” highly knowledgeable about our menu items and products, and are always available to answer any questions and educate you about all of our products. All of our prepared items and homemade chowders are made from scratch with our own recipes. We patronize local fisherman and lobster men to ensure our customers are getting only the freshest products available in the local area. • FACEBOOK

Deano’s Pasta:
We are fourth generation local pasta makers in Somerville, MA and happen to be one of the oldest fresh pasta companies in the country as we have been making artisan noodles, raviolis, and sauces since 1947. Our pastas and sauces are all natural, non-gmo, locally handcrafted and hand packed to assure the highest quality. To this day, we use our signature 100% semolina dough and we work in small batches daily at our FDA approved factory in Somerville. We currently participate in over 20 local farmers markets weekly, sell to several Whole Foods, and many restaurants in MA. Our pasta shop in Somerville is open Monday – Saturday. Read our recent feature in Edible Boston. Find our products and pasta shop hours at • FACEBOOK • INSTAGRAM • TWITTER

Fishwives Specialty Foods of Marblehead produces Mandy’s famous Seafood Chowdah – a light lobster bisque chock full of whole shrimp, scallops, clams & fish. Busy families create amazing weekday dinners by using the chowdah as a sauce for casseroles or over pasta. Just ask Mandy for her easy recipes! In addition to chowdahs, try our refreshing GoSpacho – a cold Spanish vegan soup in a bottle. Pop one into your lunch bag and enjoy a taste of the Medditerranean anytime on the GO! Our products are all-natural & gluten-free! • FACEBOOK

Michael Moran’s Natural Pet Food:
The market is not just about people food!  Stop by Michael Moran’s table to pick up some natural dog and cat food for your four-legged friends!

Wicked Awesome Brownie:
Sheryl Perlow’s “wicked awesome” brownies were first sold (unbeknownst to Sheryl) by her son through out his years at Marblehead Middle and High School during school lunch. With a fudgy inside, crunchy top and a delicious chocolate flavor that melts in your mouth, these brownies have gained quite a following. Individually wrapped, Wicked Awesome Brownies have shipped all over the country. Most recently, Sheryl has shipped pandemic brownie packages to Healthcare workers at hospitals locally and out of state. Wicked Awesome Brownies are nut and dairy free. www.wickedawesomebrownie.comFACEBOOKINSTAGRAM

It started with Helene & Thomas’s arrival in North America, initially in Canada and then onwards to New England, where swissbäkers was established.  In ‘98 their kids stopped eating bread. Why – they asked? Being kids of bakers’, they simply missed the “crunch”! So they reintroduced them to the “crunch” by baking Swiss breads and rolls in Helene’s kitchen. Helene & Thomas continued this tradition in the downtown area of Boston and then expanded their capacities and capabilities with the move to Boston’s suburbs. • FACEBOOK

Salem Spice:
Salem Spice is your source for culinary spices, sauces, marinades, rubs, teas and cooking supplies.  They provide quality product and know-how. After picking up your fresh meat and vegetables at the market, stop by and talk to Dave about what innovative seasonings you can use for your dish. • FACEBOOK

K Cake Creations:
Local Swampscott baker, Kirsten Fagone, brings her home-made specialty cake, cupcakes and treats to the Farmer’s Market. K Cake Creations evolved from Kirsten’s passion for creating exquisite desserts.  Her cakes and cupcakes are beautiful and delicious, home-made with quality ingredients in small batches. All of K Cake’s creations are made to order and hand decorated, from decadent treats to special occasions.  FACEBOOK

10 thoughts on “Vendors

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  2. Hi there…

    I’m a local that makes homemade bath and body products. I’d love to see if you had room for me at your market.

    Thank you….

  3. Hi:

    I am a crafter and I make cupcakes and cookies. My crafts are
    handmade baby sweater sets – jewelry – scarfs – Xmas stockings.

    Thank you

    Betty – 978 977 9914

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  6. Hello,

    My name is Kathleen Dobbyn, and I think I was a vendor last year, I do so many shows I’m not sure, but I’d love to join you this year. Is it too late to join, my company name is “Kat’s Latest Addiction”. Could someone please contact me @ (617)510-4788

    Thank you
    Kathleen Dobbyn

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