Meet Our Vendors

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Happy 2023! 

We are excited to be onboarding our 2023 vendors for our upcoming May through October season.
This year we are incorporating an interactive map, which will show the vendor list for each date, vendor contact information and description, and the vendor's location in the market for each date.
This map is updated frequently to reflect new additions,  changes and cancellations, please note that it is subject to change. Click the map below or the link above to view our interactive map.

Richfield Farmers Market Map

2022 Winter Market Vendors

Vendor Name Scheduled Dates Description:
Angie's Jewelry

 11/19  12/3  12/17  Seed bead handmade jewelry. Made with glass beads, thread, chain.
The Artisan Peddler

 11/19  12/3  12/17 Custom glass pieces, stained glass ornaments and frames, hand-made greetings cards, hair ornaments.
Atacama Catering

 11/19  12/3  12/17 South American foods, including empanadas & baked goods.
Becky's Bakery

 11/19  12/3  12/17 Baked goods such as cupcakes, cookies, bars, and candy.
Becky's Crochet & More

 11/19  12/3  12/17 Handmade crochet items: dish cloths, scrubbies, coasters, hats, scarves, gloves, headbands; Light up party bottles; Seasonal decor. 

Cakejam    12/3  12/17 Locally produced, organic, gluten sensitive baked goods that include cookies, cakes, pies and hand pies, cupcakes, quick fruit breads, rustic breads, sourdough, roasted cashews and crackers. 

Cakesicles by Heather Martha

 11/19    12/17 Cakesicles (cake pops) / dipped pretzels / chocolate covered cookies 
Eichten's Cheeses, Gifts, & Specialty Foods

 11/19  12/3  12/17 3rd Generation Artisan Cheese Factory: variety of cheeses, bison meat, and gift baskets.
Flourish Ceramics  11/19  12/3  12/17 Flourish Ceramics Studio is a local pottery collaboration between artists Mary and Matt, in NE MPLS.
They create functional pottery that people want to see and use as a part of their daily routine.

Going Bean  11/19  12/3  12/17 Upcycled wool sweater mittens and wooden farmhouse signs. Going Bean is partnered with 'One Tree Planted' to plant a tree for every pair of mittens sold.

In Stitches  11/19  12/3  12/17 Hand made items either sewn or knitted: pot holders, kitchen towels, aprons, fleece mitten and slippers. Knitted hats, slippers, and mittens as space allows.

Jewelry by Samy  11/19     I make handmade up-cycled jewelry including necklaces, bracelets, earrings and more. We feature affordable items for people of all ages.

JR27 Race Bakery  11/19  12/3  12/17 JR27 Race bakery has treats for everyone, including gluten-friendly and vegan options. Fall treats will include an expanded variety of seasonal quick breads as well as a variety of XL seasonal cookies and cookie trays for sharing and holiday parties.

Keaton's Bakery    12/3  12/17 My name is Keaton and I'm 9 years old. I make cake pops, cupcakes, cookies and brownies. I think people will enjoy me and my baked goods. And, I give part of my earnings to charity.

MAWSTreats  11/19  12/3  
Homemade all natural dog treats! 

MinnedoughDa  11/19  12/3  12/17

Home based baker offering decorated sugar cookies, macarons, gourmet bakery-style cookies, and cocoa bombs.

Minnesota Food Forest  11/19  12/3  12/17

We are a small farm based out of Taylor's Falls, MN. Minnesota Food Forest produces maple syrup, honey, mushrooms, ramps, fiddleheads and we process hemp. We grow using no chemicals in our productions and use multi-cropping techniques.
Maple Syrup, Maple Cream, Maple Sugar, Maple candies/other candies/fudge, Fruit Leathers, Pickled Ramps, Pickled Fiddleheads, other Pickled products, Mushrooms, Mushroom products, Honey, Honeycomb, Honey products, Hemp products.

New Frontier Farms   11/19  12/3  12/17

New Frontier Farms is a first generation, family farm working towards our dream of being your one stop shop for meat, eggs, and dairy. We pasture raise pork, chicken, turkey, rosé beef, and eggs. Additionally, we make handcrafted goat milk soap with milk from a beautiful herd of dairy goats. We also sell their milk and other meat products for our Diesel Fuel raw pet food line.

Northcast LLC    12/3  

Northcast sells fish fry batter in rotating flavors and a signature dry rub seasoning. Both products have multiple uses. We also sell handmade jewelry, candles, pottery and art.

Perfectly Imperfect Baking  11/19  12/3  12/17 Cottage Baker specializing in Jumbo Cookies, Bundt Cakes and Scones. Will also be offering mini pies, and options to order ahead for Holiday Sampler platters. Additional cottage foods items.
Pillars of Throw  11/19    12/17 Incorporating natural ingredients and making every candle, cold processed soap, lotion and wax melt by hand, our brand focuses on high-quality ingredients that are kind to your skin, and your environment. 
Sweet Sarah's (Caramels)  11/19  12/3  12/17 Homemade flavored caramels (soft and chewy): plain vanilla, sea salt, maple, apple, cinnamon, peppermint, and coconut
SoFull Chai  11/19  12/3  12/17

SoFull Chai is chai inspired by traditional Indian masala chai. My product features black tea + my homemade blend of spices that creates an authentic, spicy chai.

Soul to Soul (Southern) BBQ  11/19  12/3  12/17

Memphis style cooking with an appropriate use of spices and blends on smoked meats, fried food item and southern traditional side dishes.

Tosca Artisan Crafts  11/19  12/3  12/17 Italian themed jams, jellies, pickles, sauces, and spreads made with local, organic ingredients

Two Loaves and a Fisch  11/19  12/3  12/17 We make pickles, jams, relishes and other preserved foods. We also make naturally fermented breads, desserts and spice mixes. 

UnityinCommunity  11/19  12/3  12/17 UnityInCommunity Tees and Hoodies. Bringing awareness to a Lifestyle not a Movement.

Vic's Kettle Corn  11/19  12/3  12/17 Popcorn flavors : caramel, , kettle, cheddar, Vic's mix, and creamy dill

Wood Carvings by Anne  11/19  12/3  12/17 Wood pieces made from both locally found and purchased woods. Pieces are made on a lathe, band saw, and router. Pieces include ornaments, pens , wine bottle stoppers and vases/ candle holders.

Yum Microgreens    12/3  12/17 Yum Microgreens is a small ‘direct to community’ microgreens farm that offers home delivery in the Southwest Twin Cities Metro area. We also participate in local Farmers Markets where we sell a wide range of yummy microgreens such as sunflower, broccoli, radish, and many more!

The Richfield Farmers Market was open Saturday mornings, May 15th through October 15th, 2022.
Hours of operation:
7am-noon (May 14-Aug dates)
8am-noon (Sept-Oct 15 dates)
Rain or shine, we will see you at the market!

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Summer 2022 Vendors:

Photo Vendor Name Scheduled Dates (subject to change) Production Location Sustainability Practices & Certifications About
baklava Ak's homemade treats Ak's Homemade Treats 5/14 through 6/11 Lonsdale, MN   "We started the business in 2017 to start a college fund for our daughter. We have named the business after her and myself. We specialize in chocolate but do a variety of seasonal items throughout the year. During farmers markets we do a variety of baked goods and infusion jars. Come September we add chocolate once it starts to get cool. One unique thing we do is we use chocolate on our donuts not frosting." 
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Angie's Jewelry earrings
Angie's Jewelry 5/14, 5/28, 6/11, 6/25, 7/9, 7/23, 8/6, 8/20, 9/10, 9/24 Richfield, MN   "I believe crafting heals, that is why I started beading jewelry during the pandemic, to heal myself and other. I sell my art hoping to make people as happy as I am making my jewelry."
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annieposa bakery logo Annieposa Bakery 5/28, 6/4, 6/18, 7/9, 7/23, 8/6, 8/20 Richfield, MN   "My niece Chloe started calling me "Annieposa" after I started baking treats for her topped with edible "mariposas" (Spanish for butterfly). I love making people smile with my small-batch pastries and baked goods."
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empanadas Atacama Catering 5/14, 5/21, 5/28, 6/11, 6/18, 6/25, 7/2, 7/9, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6, 8/13, 8/27, 9/3, 9/17, 9/24, 10/8, 10/15

Zimmerman, MN   "In 2015 we opened our small family business. We enjoy cooking food from South America - we cover sweet and salty specialties from Chile to Minnesota."
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becky's bakery Becky's Bakery 5/14, 6/4, 6/18, 7/2, 7/23, 8/6, 8/27, 9/10, 9/24, 10/15

Richfield, MN   "Small at home bakery looking to sell yummy items at the Richfield Farmers Market."
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bee tea garden art logo Bee Tea Garden Art 5/14, 6/4, 6/11 Minneapolis, MN upcycled materials "Garden art made from demi-tasse tea cups on stakes"
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20210724_091919 - Copy Bee's Fresh Vegetables starting 6/4 through end of the market season Hastings, MN   "Bee’s Fresh Vegetables is a family operated business that started in 2010. Before 2010, Bee and Yer was just a normal couple with a small garden, producing enough vegetables for them and their five kids. Now they have about 5-10 acres they work with in Hastings, producing a wide range of familiar vegetables to oriental vegetables. Bee’s fresh vegetables have been with the Richfield Farmers Market for about 10 years and some popular items include their mixed beans, pickles/cucumbers, ground cherries, spring mixes, okras, a variety of peppers, and the different herbs. They hope to continue gardening and coming to the farmers market to see everyone with their homegrown vegetables. "

botanical aid logo Botanical Aid 7/23 & 8/6 Edina, MN   "My family has been collecting plants to make into herbal salves for many years. I have such fond memories, even as a very little girl, of going with my mother and aunt into the woods and fields on and near my grandparent’s land in Wisconsin to gather a variety of plants to use to make healing herbal salves and tinctures. I learned Latin names such as, plantago major, for Common Plantain even before I learned my ABC’s. These salves are natural, safe and gentle, yet powerful, effective and very versatile. They have been so valuable to our family and friends over the years for healing, I decided I wanted to share them with you. I have created Botanical Aid to do just that. I hope you will find these wonderful salves to be of great benefit to you and your family, too. "
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brand farms logo Brand Farms 5/14-6/25, 8/13-10/15 Farmington, MN   "We started raising apples in 2007 and started with egg chickens in 2008. Starting with 50 egg layers, we have now grew many times since to 2,000 layers. Most of our eggs are sold retail at Farmers Markets but also sell some at local grocery stores and also some restaurants. We enjoy doing the farmer's markets and seeing the customers every week!"

Breadsmith-logo Breadsmith All dates Minnetonka, MN   European Artisan Fresh Daily Baked Breads
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brinton farms pears 240819074_10159551416666081_1639822490301817930_n - Copy Brinton Farms 8/27-10/1 Dayton, MN   "We are a small family owned fruit orchard. We started business in 2020 and are working to expand our operation. wee currently are raising 5 varieties of apples, plums, pears, apricots and various berries. "

cafe juan ana logo Café Juan Ana All dates Eagan, MN
San Lucas Toliman, Guatemala
  "Friends of San Lucas is a MN 501C3 non-profit that supports small coffee growers in San Lucas Toliman, Guatemala. Cafe Juan Ana’s direct trade model was established to pay growers above-market rates for their highest quality coffee. Access to a predictable income strengthens communities through economic opportunity. Cafe Juan Ana supports the health, education, and livelihood of Guatemalan growers and their families. "

20210828_102049 - Copy Charles Xiong Family Farm start date TBD based on crop readiness Apple Valley, MN   "We have been farming for over 20 years well before we came to the US. It is a way of life for us to be able to gather fresh vegetables to feed our family. It is our pleasure to be able to share our fresh vegetables with the local community."

the donut trap logo 277158729_5061477500606582_7904983255336298350_n Donut Trap, The 6/4, 6/18, 6/25, 7/9, 7/16, 7/30, 8/6, 8/13, 8/27 Saint Paul, MN   "We just slang some of the best donuts!" Regular, dairy free, allergy free, and vegan options are available.
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Logo-Bigger Early Boots Farm 5/28, 6/18, 7/9, 7/23, 8/13, 8/27, 9/10, 9/24, 10/8, 10/15 Sauk Centre, MN
  • agroforestry
  • pasture-raised
  • regenerative
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"Early Boots Farm is located near Sauk Centre, Minnesota in Todd County on 200 acres of fields, forest and wetlands. The farm is home to our human family, a lovely herd of lowline angus cattle, a small flock of lambs, and many species of wildlife, from mallards to maitake, and whitetail deer to white pine and white oak. By cultivating perennials as fruit, forage, and forest, we work to produce excellent food for our customers, improve soil health and water quality, and provide healthy habitat for diverse flora and fauna." 

Eichtens logo Eichten's Cheeses, Gifts, & Specialty Foods All dates Center City, MN   "Eichtens Cheese is a family-owned third-generation family farm in Center City MN specializing in European Style Gouda and Tilsit Cheese since 1976. Made from Pure Ingredients and Aged in our own Aging Rooms in Minnesota. "

elevate smoothies logo Elevate Smoothies All dates Big Lake, MN "In 2016 Dan began making smoothies to feel better and get more energy. He felt terrific and soon had the whole family drinking them. Making smoothies daily for a busy family of five is no easy task, but he did it for years! As time went on the whole family pitched in to come up with their patented process to freeze the smoothies so they can go from freezer to table in minutes! Now you can have a healthy, whole plant smoothie handy at all times with no mess! Stock your freezer with our ready to bring home 6 packs and 12 packs. "

feed-me-farms-2021-2 Feed-Me Farms All dates Hopkins & Minnetonka, MN "Feed-Me Farms is a suburban farm located in the Western Suburbs of Minneapolis. The mission of Feed-Me Farms is to eliminate the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides on lawns by converting traditional grass lawns to organic food-producing lots. Put more simply, we turn unused lawn space into organic farms to provide food to the community. Our organic vegetables are always grown without pesticides and with loving care."

FlyingLeapFarmLOGO-Black Flying Leap Farm All dates Taylors Falls, MN
  • regenerative agriculture
  • heritage breeds
  • pasture & no-soy transitional organic feed
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"Flying Leap Farm is a 60 acre family farm located in eastern Minnesota near the St. Croix River. We raise our heritage breed pigs, chickens, ducks, and sheep on pasture and in the woods using the best humane animal husbandry practices. Our animals are never confined, never given growth enhancing hormones, antibiotics, or other drugs. We seek to restore the fertility of our land after years of soil-degrading corn/soy production by converting corn fields to perennial pastures and moving grazing animals frequently. We believe in regenerative agriculture wherein the land feeds the animals, the animals feed the land, and the sun is the source of energy that drives this cycle of life." 

for they skincare For They Skincare 5/21, 6/4, 6/18, 7/9, 7/23, 8/6, 8/20, 9/10, 9/24, 10/8 Minneapolis, MN   "We are 4 sisters that believe in creating luxurious and affordable products that are clean, humane and eco-friendly. For They is the culmination and convergence of our life experiences and unique vision of wellness. Frustration at the unpronounceable list of chemical ingredients in skincare products, and concern over the river of plastic waste pouring into our oceans, led us to create our own line of products with pure, natural oils, and sustainable, reusable packaging. WE. - Formulate our products based on skin type, not gender. - Aim to provide our products at an inclusive and accessible price point. - Believe your skin should be simply nourished, with organic oils and nutrients, allowing your natural beauty to shine through. All of these products are handmade here in Minneapolis. We use 100% natural products. "

go athletics logo GO Athletics 5/14, 5/28, 7/2, 10/8, 10/15 Richfield, MN   "We sew everything from scratch and have been making clothing in Richfield for over 16 years. "
Gray Schmidt LLC Plants Gray Schmidt LLC 5/14, 5/21, 5/28, 6/4, 6/11 Winsted, MN   "We grow Tomato and Pepper plants, herbs, flower and many other vegetable starts."

Healthy Greens purple cauliflower Healthy Greens All dates starting 5/28 Maplewood, MN   "Healthy Greens is a family farm that sells vegetables at farmers markets."

20210731_094549 - Copy Kiatoukaysy Family Farm All dates starting 5/21     "My parents have been participating in the Richfield Farmers Market for years. After my mother passed away, my father was no longer able to handle the labor of farming by himself. For his health and for their legacy of farming, we decided to carry on the Kiatoukaysy Farm for them." 

Lofiboba_logo Lofiboba 8/6-10/8 Minneapolis, MN   "We're four young professionals living in Minneapolis that wanted to start a boba store for our friends. Boba is a drink we've all enjoyed having within our Asian communities and would love to bring it out for others to share."
20210731_094430 - Copy Lor Produce 7/2 through the end of the market season St Michael, MN   "We started our business in 1989, where we first started selling at the Richfield Farmers Market as one of our first markets. This is the year the market first opened. We enjoy farming and providing fresh produce for our customers, family and for ourselves. Nothing better then having fresh vegetables. Until this day, we still enjoy doing it."

mawstreats logo MAWSTreats 5/14-7/23 &
Minneapolis, MN   "I am a dog mom of 3 beautiful pups! I love to bake and I love to make sure my dogs are eating treats that are healthy, natural and high quality. My dogs names are Mac, Abby (self), Winston, and Storm- hence the name MAWS treats"

MN Food Forest Minnesota Food Forest 5/14, 5/28, 6/18, 7/16, 7/30, 8/27, 9/10, 9/24, 10/8 Taylors Falls, MN "We are a small farm based out of Taylor's Falls, MN. We grow using no chemicals in our productions and use multi-cropping techniques. Minnesota Food Forest produces Maple Syrup, Shiitake and Oyster Mushrooms, Ramps, Fiddleheads and we process Hemp."

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New Frontier Farms - Diesel Fuel Pet Food 5/21, 6/4, 6/18, 7/2, 7/9, 7/23, 8/6, 8/20, 8/27, 9/10, 9/24, 10/8 Lonsdale, MN   "New Frontier Farms is owned by Maggie and Nick Stensaas and is a first generation direct to customer farm. We sell our pasture raised meat, eggs, and handcrafted goat milk soaps to the families that will enjoy them. Diesel Fuel is the pet food part of our business where we share our amazing pasture raised products with our favorite 4 legged friends. We offer raw goat milk and chicken bone broth."

northcast dry rub Northcast LLC 5/21, 5/28, 6/4, 7/9, 7/16, 8/13, 8/27, 9/10, 9/17, 10/1, 10/8, 10/15 Richfield, MN
  • jewelry made with recycled materials
"Northcast was established in 2017 first as an idea and vision for a brand. I began making and selling jewelry at a small scale from recycled materials and eclectic beads. I then began to make and sell my grandma's fish fry batter she used to make when we went camping. Next came our dry rub seasoning after we continued to mix the same ingredients for grilling season. Now we have a larger scale garden and have introduced fresh vegetables and plants into the mix. Northcast is a vocation brand; growing slowly and steadily as we connect with our community. "

perfectly imperfect baking logo Perfectly Imperfect Baking 6/4, 6/11, 6/25, 7/30, 8/13, 8/20, 9/3 Richfield, MN   "I have been baking for friends and family since I was about 7 years old. I have always loved to bake and used it for relaxation. While many people began baking more during Covid, my baking really slowed down as I was not going into the office or meeting with friends who I usually would bring treats for. As I began baking again, I realized how much I missed it and started baking all of the time. Making the transition to a Cottage Baker seemed the natural thing to do, and in February I applied to become a Registered Baker. I still work full time, but this is a great way for me to unwind at the end of the day. :) I have done a few events for the Richfield Indoor Farmers Market, but I am really looking forward to summer events. One of the most popular items has been the Homemade "Twix" Bars. Shortbread Crust topped with Homemade Caramel and Chocolate, and finished with just a touch of salt to balance out the sweetness. Another fan favorite is my Lemon Bars, with the same Shortbread Crust. Having friends who have dietary restrictions, whether it was a gluten allergy or someone following a Keto diet inspired me to try some Keto versions of some of my treats. Currently I offer Lemon Bars, Brownies (Regular and Turtle), Pecan Chocolate Chip Cookies, and Coffee Cake Muffins as the Keto selections, but I may expand that as the summer goes on. For summer markets, I will be offering the Keto treats, along with Chocolate Chip Cookies with Homemade Caramel, Malted Chocolate Chip Cookies, Outstanding Oatmeal Raisin Cookies, and of course, the Twix Bars and Lemon Bars. I also will be bringing a variety of muffins and scones. "
Peter's Pumpkins and Carmen's Corn Corn photo Peter's Pumpkins & Carmen's Corn 7/2 through 10/15 Shakopee, MN   "We grow a large variety of fruit and vegetables. We weed and harvest by hand and guarantee the freshness and highest quality of apples, raspberries, melons, vine-ripened tomatoes, sweet corn, onions, herbs, and more. We celebrate fall by having fun at our small Corn Maze. Free hayrides on October weekends and a daily pick your pumpkin. Very competitive prices! Retail/wholesale. ¡Se habla español!"

IMG_20220324_141205_025 Pillars of Throw 5/21, 5/28, 6/4, 6/18, 7/2, 7/23, 8/13, 8/23, 9/17, 9/24, 10/15 Richfield, MN   "Using natural ingredients and making every candle, bar of soap, and wax melt by hand, our brand focuses on high-quality products that are kind to you and the environment. At Pillars of Throw, we put a lot of thought and care into our products. We only use natural ingredients that are free from harmful chemicals and ensure the same ethos is reflected in our packaging. This makes our collections of handmade soaps, candles, and wax melts kind to both you and the environment."

pinwheel flower farm logo Pinwheel Flower Farm All dates except 5/28 Richfield, MN   "It all started with dahlias. This will be my 7th year growing the freshest dahlias for a lucky local florist. Last year, I leaned outside of my comfort zone and started growing hardy annuals as well. I found them to be way easier and exceedingly productive. I want to share my beautiful cut flower crop, within my local city, as I fully support the shop local movement. I grow all of the flowers in my yard. I don't use pesticides and keep everything organically fertilized. I am lucky enough to have a double lot and recently tripled my growing space due to loosing some very mature trees in last year's crazy storm. "

prairie smoke pottery Prairie Smoke Pottery All dates, except 7/2-7/9 Minneapolis, MN   "I have been making pottery for friends, family, and for weddings for 16 years. My husband and I bought a house in 2020 and this enabled me to set up a home studio and sell my work on a regular schedule (rather than using community art center equipment and time frame). I believe that beautiful, useful, handmade things enrich everyday life and add a personal connection in an increasingly disconnected world. I also am a firm believer that art and handmade objects should be accessible to everyone, regardless of income. "

R&R cultivation logo R&R Cultivation All dates Roseville, MN   "Nick Robinson and Lance Ramm are the founders of R&R Cultivation. They believe that wholesome, fresh and nutritious food should be accessible and know that local growers are the key to making that mission a reality. Our gourmet mushrooms are proudly grown in Roseville, MN."

Scott's Bees & Honey Scott's Bees & Honey All dates Chaska, MN   "I'm a beekeeper who raises honeybees for pollination' and honey production."

sofull chai SoFull Chai 6/25,7/23,  8/20, 10/15 LaCrosse, WI   "My husband and I went and traveled to India for a few months. While we were there, we drank Chai every day. I even took a cooking class on how to make traditional Indian masala chai. It quickly became a staple in our lives. When we returned home from India due to COVID, I was determined to create a recipe for chai that tasted just like what we had in India. Alas, SoFull Chai was born! "

soul to soul bbq Soul to Soul (Southern) BBQ All except 6/4 & 8/20 Minneapolis, MN   "Southern style cooking and grilling."

sugarbuttermpls logo Sugar Butter MPLS 5/14, 5/21, 5/28, 6/4, 6/11, 6/18, 6/25, 7/2  Minneapolis, MN   "Sugar Butter Mpls had always been my dream since growing up in North Dakota. I started baking very young with family and really found my passion making desserts at the Greek restaurant I was working at in Fargo. I than moved to Minneapolis and found my love working at Christos Greek Restaurants and enjoyed bringing in sweet treats for staff and customers. I decided after 15 years with Christos that baking is what I want to do full time! I love to make traditional sweets and also treats that make people stop in their tracks!"

talking loon foods Talking Loon Foods 5/14, 5/28, 6/11, 6/25, 7/9, 7/23, 8/6, 8/20, 9/3, 9/17, 10/1 Bloomington, MN 

cropped-The-farm-logo-1 The Farm of Minnesota 5/14, 5/21, 5/28, 6/4 Hutchinson, MN Certified Organic since 2014 "The Farm of Minnesota, located between Hutchinson and Dassel, Minnesota, lead by Dan and Donna Moe. The Farm of Minnesota offers a weekly CSA shares, fresh produce at farmers markets, and service to our local restaurants and co-ops. CSA’s (for Community Supported Agriculture) are a way for the food buying public to create a relationship with a farm and to receive fresh fruits and vegetables directly. Here are just a few of the benefits to this arrangement: You know by whom, where, and how your food is being grown. The produce you receive from The Farm typically has more nutritional value than food that has lost some of its nutrients in storage, or being transported long distances. Just because an item is labeled “organic” at the grocery store, doesn’t mean it came from a local farm! You are directly supporting a local farmer, without any middlemen, which means every penny goes back into the food you receive! CSA’s are not a new concept, but they are springing up everywhere as people learn more about them. In 1990 it was estimated that there were 50 CSA’s in the entire United States. Now there were well over 2,500 and more spring up every year. The Farm has been in our family since 1945, and we take great pride in and care of our fruits and vegetables. In addition to the above information, our produce is available here at the farm. Our desire to provide only the healthiest food has led us to transition The Farm to organic. We received our certification July of 2014. We are passionate about providing great tasting, highly nutritional food."

the smiling olive logo The Smiling Olive 5/14 ; 7/2 through 10/15 Chaska, MN   "The Smiling Olive is a family business located in Chaska, MN. We have been in business for 8 years. We bottle, label and seal EVOO and aged balsamic vinegars in our licensed facility."
2021 Farmers Market 3 Tibetan Momo All except 6/4, 7/30, & 9/10 Edina, MN local farmers market ingredients "Tibetan Momo is similar to regular dumplings but we make everything from scratch using Minnesota local farmers market ingredients as much as possible and with no artificial flavors, colors and no MSG, It is steamed onsite and served with two sauces which is prepared freshly every week."

tosca logo Tosca Artisan Crafts All dates Bloomington, MN   "TOSCA crafts are created with an expression of love, passion and determination for refined, unique and quality craft foods. These are small batch, handmade products that are unique to their time and place. Made with seasonal, local, all-natural ingredients. Limited productions, limitless possibilities. Bringing the relationship between people and nutrients to a more sustainable and intimate environment, by providing fresh, locally sourced, quality foods with minimal alteration. With core values revolving around the ideas of freshness, seasonal change, local production, intimate relation, transparency, sustainability and integrity, With a goal to change the way people think about food. "
voodoo blends by JAK Voodoo Blends by JAK All dates Richfield, MN   "Voodoo Blends by JAK was created to introduce the wonders of essential oils and how to use them safely. I am a certified aromatherapist who currently is under the professional memberships of AIA and NAHA. My passion for finding a new solution for my chronic sinus infections led me to researching essential oil. After learning all the other benefits they have, the more I wanted to know. I took my education and began creating concoction for my family and friends to test out. They have provided me with feedback that turned into the items into actual products that you can experience too."

wolf creek country goods photo Wolf Creek Country Goods 6/25, 7/16, 7/30, 8/20, 9/10 Lakeville, MN   "I have my MN Cottage Food Producers registration, and have for several years. I make Salsa, Jams, Pepper Jellies, Fudge, and sometimes other sweets. I use mostly locally sourced produce and fruits for my Salsa and Jellies -- Growing a lot of my own and utilizing Farmers Markets and other Farm Direct sales." 
xia's fresh cut flowers Xia's Fresh Cut Flowers & Vegetables 5/28 through 10/15 Lakeville, MN   "We are a family owned fresh cut flower and vegetable farm. We have been in the Flower and vegetable business since 1990. We specialize in wedding arrangements and everyday floral arrangements."

yum microgreens Yum Microgreens All dates Richfield, MN   "Yum Microgreens is a small ‘direct to community’ microgreens farm that offers home delivery in the Southwest Twin Cities Metro area. We also participate in local Farmers Markets where we sell a wide range of yummy microgreens such as sunflower, broccoli, radish, and many more!"

Wondering where a vendor’s farm is located? Want to know the best way to prepare a certain type of produce? Need canning advice? Then ask our vendors! 

One of the greatest attractions to coming to a market vs. a grocery store is the ability to build connections through talking directly to the farmer/food producer. So if you ever have questions about what you are buying, we encourage you to ask the vendors themselves as they are best experts at the market.  

The Richfield Farmers Markets' vendors grow what they sell. And they bring their products on a weekly basis to the market from within 85 miles of Richfield. Generally, the produce that you buy at our markets has been picked that morning or the day before. We currently allow one vendor at the Saturday market to sell wholesale produce grown outside of Minnesota in addition their own MN produce. We believe that this adds to the overall market service and accessibility.

Wondering what other produce is in season in Minnesota and at our market? Check out: 

MN Grown's In Season Produce Chart