2017 Vendors

CN Smith Farm is a 100 acre family run farm located in East Bridgewater that grows a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. They also provide the market with beautiful flowers and plants. Get to the market early before they run out of their small harvest items.

Norwell Farms This small organic farm offers a vast array of heirloom produce.  They are devoted to sustainable agriculture and raise their produce without synthetic fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides. Find out about their CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Programs with deliveries to the Braintree Farmers Market.

Lyndigo Spice is know for their locally made chutneys, relishes, fruit spreads and spice blends.  Low sugar, low sodium and preservative-free.  Some ingredients sourced by local farms.  All products are made using their own recipes at Commonwealth Kitchen in Dorchester, MA.

DaSilva Farm is a family-based farm that delivers the highest quality products raised with honesty and transparency through sustainable practices. We want our community to feel confident they are consuming a product that they and their families can feel good eating.  Pasture-raised meats are higher in omega 3 and 6 fatty acids CLA and ALA. It is also higher in Vitamin E, Vitamin B, riboflavin and thiamin. Additionally, it is high in minerals, calcium, magnesium and potassium.  They also offer a CSA program as well.  Look for an assortment of new products this season including sausages, chicken pot pies and pork.  They’re cluckin’ awesome!

Kiss Flower Farm is a Bed & Breakfast with a small one acre farm in Norwell, MA that has raised bed gardens growing mostly herbs used in teas for guests.  They will be bringing their own jams, jellies and granola to the Braintree Farmers Market.

Monkey Business Farm creates bee creams that contain 100% pure beeswax, with anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant benefits, all helping to promote healthier skin.  Their goal is to provide high quality, naturally derived, skin care products made from responsibly sourced ingredients, while contributing to the support of bees and monkey helpers.

Hippy Pilgrim offers Handmade Garlic Salt using raw produce sourced locally and grown by them.  They also make dipping oil starters-everything to make it just add your favorite oil to them at home.

Lost Art Cultured Foods uses local produce and naturally occurring wild yeast to produce healthy and delicious live-culture foods. People have been fermenting vegetables for thousands of years as a traditional method of preservation and maintaining good health. Fermented foods are special foods, full of natural probiotics that will not only delight your taste buds and bring zest to your cooking, but nourish your body and promote intestinal well-being!  Look for them once a month at the market.

Donde Thiago specializes in stuffed arepas, corn-based flatbreads typical of Colombia.  Their arepas are handmade daily and filled with a variety of vegetables, meats, cheeses, fruits, and homemade sauces. They strive to use as many local and organic products as possible in showcasing South and North American flavors. In an effort to reduce their carbon footprint, all of their take-out containers are compostable and BPI (Biodegradables Product Institute) Certified.  Look for them every week at the market.

Polkadog Bakery was founded by two people in the South End over ten years ago with a desire to make the best treats for dogs.  They started by making biscuits in their kitchen and grew from there.  Everything is handmade in small batches with a strong commitment to high quality, local ingredients and environmental impact.

Fox Point Pickles offers handcrafted pickles made in Rhode Island. They combine fresh ingredients from local sources when seasonally available and combine them with their unique spice blend to create the best artisanal pickle available. Small State, Big Flavor.

swissbäkers is an all-natural, European, family-owned business offering baked goods freshly made the day you buy it with no artificial ingredients or preservatives. Traditional pretzels, rolls, Berliners, tartes, croissants, cookies, breads and more.

Vermarje is pleased to offer an assortment of loose-leaf teas, delicious home-made breads and pastries.  They will be joining the market intermittently throughout the season so look for them for your tea sipping needs.

Moretti Homemade Pasteries  Delicious Gourmet “Not Your Average Scones” are moist and full of flavor! These will change the way you think of Scones!  All items are handmade from scratch. Also featuring Gourmet Whoopie Pies with buttercream fillings and buttery Puff Pastries items in several varieties.

Omega Olive Oil is a South Shore company that offers specially crafted olive oils and vinegars from California. Look for organic, infused and flavored olive oils and vinegars as well as varietals.

Great Harvest Bread has become a staple in the market with their freshly baked breads, fruit squares, cinnamon rolls, cookies and more.  Try them out one time and you’ll be back every week for more..

Fresh Catch Seafood of the south shore will be selling a wide assortment of fresh local seafood.  Mark your calendar for the Clam & Lobster Feast on Sept 2nd!

Vermont Syrup Company offers their sweet, organic maple syrup, candies and maple cream straight from the generous maple trees in Northern Vermont.  Look for them monthly at the farmers’ market.

CASBA Catering is a local catering company focusing on Middle Eastern cuisine. CASBA is run by Fatiha Soufan.

J.H. Beaulieu Livestock and Produce Farm of Fairhaven will be selling USDA beef and pork that has been naturally grown and field raised and is hormone and antibiotic free.  This year Joe will be joining us once a month on 6/17, 7/15, 8/12, 9/9, 10/7 and 11/18/2017.

Lawton’s Family Farm use milk from their own Ayrshire cows on their 26 acre farm to create their ‘Fromage Blanc” and Asiago cheeses.  The also provide the market with Smith Farmstead Cheeses.

Fraulein’s Bakery are two childhood friends from Germany. They use all organic, non GMO, fair trade ingredients, sourced locally if possible to bring out the authentic & traditional flavors of Germany & Europe.

Second Nature Farm  is a “certified naturally grown” farm run by farmer Adam Tedeschi. Explore their array of artisan and heirloom produce. This small 4 acre farm is always in high demand at the market.  Sign up early to participate in their Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Programs before they sell out.

Uncommon Grounds hails from Duxbury, MA where they handcraft the finest coffee beans and will have them available in 1 lb. bags for the discriminating coffee connoisseur.

LollyCake Ladies ALL LollyCakes are handcrafted and made from scratch.  Made right here in Braintree with classic, gourmet and seasonal flavors-they’re sure to be a hit!

Sanobe Superfoods  Peanut Butters made with some of the healthiest and most delicious ingredients on earth.

Lightening Willow Farm is a small family run farm in Rockland, MA. They specialize in beautiful handcrafted soaps and all natural herbal skin care. They use their own goat’s milk, homegrown herbs, beeswax, or herbal infusions. Finally, affordable all natural body care, that is made right here in Massachusetts with high quality homegrown ingredients!!  They will be joining the market once per month on 11/17, 7/22, 8/26, 9/16, 10/21 and 11/18/2017.

Project Have Hope is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization that seeks to empower women in the Acholi Quarter of Uganda by providing education to both the women and their children and assisting the women to establish business opportunities to promote economic stability and sustainability.  Their beautiful handcrafted items will be available intermittently throughout the market season.  Support this noble cause!

Chakra Power Yoga is delighted to be back at The Braintree Farmers Market offering free, all-levels, outdoor classes every Saturday at 11am.  Bring your own mat or borrow one of ours.  We’ll meet on the green space just in front of Town Hall.  It’s free!

Community Tent hosted by the Braintree Farmers Market will be at the market every week to provide a platform for local non-profit organizations to connect with the community.  If your group is interested in joining us please contact us at food@braintreefarmersmarket.org.

Braintree Electric Light Department (BELD) will have a tent at the market every week and will be sponsoring our music throughout the season.  They will also be available to answer any questions about their BEGREEN program along with advice on their Energy-Saving Programs.   BELD provides market visitors with complimentary cold drinking water cooled by solar energy-check it out!  BELD donated the large 20′ x 40′ tent to Sustainable Braintree that you’ll see at some of our special events.  THANK YOU BELD!

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