Vendors

2019 Summer Vendors

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Barlow Bakes


Barlow Bakes LLC bakes cookies in small batches using high quality ingredients with the goal of making the best cookies you have ever had. Give them a try, we hope you agree.


(off 9/7)

be.wild.er farm


Offering a diverse assortment of organically grown vegetables and cut flowers.

City Grows


City Grows is an urban organic garden shop. They have been providing organic gardening products for city dwellers since August of 2014. They've also expanded our inventory to include decorative plants like succulents, cacti, and air plants.

Cutting Root Farm & Apothecary


Cutting Root Farm is on occupied Haudaunosaunee land, north of the city of Butler. Currently we have one and a half acres in cultivation with over 60 varieties of medicinal herbs and cut flowers. On and off the farm, we engage people and meet them where they are in their use of botanicals in their lives. To some, we are a nursery where they can find the plants of their dreams, to others we provide fresh plant material for cooking or medicine making. Our herbs are harvested at the height of their season and carefully dried and processed into teas, tinctures, syrups and salves. Our fresh herb CSA allows people to get deliveries of fresh bulk herbs to process into the medicines of their choice. Our flowers brighten up any day and we sell single flower, bouquets and work with brides and others to arrange flowers for special occasions.

Fallen Aspen Farm


Slow-grown pastured pork, pastured poultry (chickens and turkeys), cage-free rabbits, grass-fed lamb, grass-fed beef, and pastured goats.

Freedom Farms


Freedom Farms is a family operation, with all the siblings - 9 brothers and 1 sister - working alongside their mom on the farm. They offer locally grown, high quality produce, meat and fruit. They use natural methods of farming and all their chicken, pork, and beef are antibiotic free, steroid free, and have no added hormones. Come and shop for a large selection of meat, cheese, and eggs. They had their own successful TV show, Farm Kings, which appeared on Great American Country for four seasons. The reality show followed the King family on their farm, highlighting the struggles and triumphs of family farming and their passion for sustainable living and eating local. This year at the market, they’ll be adding an option for a CSA: a weekly buy-in program for produce and/or meat.

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Grateful Life Farm*


Grateful Life Farm sells pastured, frozen, non-GMO chicken and rabbit, soy-free eggs, along with a variety of vegetables, including garlic, lettuces, spinach, green onions, kale, collards, and radishes.

Hannah's Honey*


Fresh liquid and comb honey locally produced in Fox Chapel, PA.


(off 6/15)

Hello Hummus


Hello Hummus, a family-owned business, produces fresh, small-batch hummus, Greens & Grains healthy salads and sides, and summer salsas for dipping or topping. All of their products use local, fresh produce and herbs (as they can), and are made fresh for each market. They use other high quality ingredients like extra virgin olive oil, freshly squeezed lemon, vinegars, herbs and nuts. Their hummus flavors include Chipotle, Smokey White Bean, Roasted Red Pepper, Lemon Cilantro, Garlicky Black Bean, Sun Dried Tomato & Basil, among others.
Their customers wanted more healthy food options, so they expanded their product line with Greens & Grains! These salad options include Black Bean Mango, Garden Salad, Just Peachy, Zippy Kale Quinoa, Lemony Greens Quinoa, Sundried & Spinach Quinoa, Thai One On, Simple Seedy Slaw, and Berry Quinoa.

Mediterra Bakehouse


Artisan-style breads, rolls, pastries, and bagels from the Robinson Township bakery.

Mill Creek Trout Farm


Specializing in whole trout, trout filets, and smoked trout, Mill Creek Trout Farm also sells pork, goat, salami, hot dogs, summer sausage, goat jerky, and beef jerky.

Old Time Farm


Old Time Farm offers home delivery to Western PA (including Pittsburgh) of their heritage 100% grass-fed beef, pasture-raised poultry & eggs along with small-batch homemade foods from their Mercer County farm kitchen. You will also find complementary local foods from their local farmer friends making the online store a convenient one-stop-shop to support several regional farms.

Join Old Time Farm’s efforts to preserve endangered Heritage Poultry and Cattle Breeds and support regionally produced foods.

Onion Maiden


Onion Maiden is a punk rock-fueled, heavy metal-spawned food purveyor specializing in vegetable-based Asian and American comfort food.

Paul Family Farms


Pennsylvania maple syrup, maple candies, and other maple products.

Pittsburgher Highland Farm


Pittsburgher Highland Farm is a partnership of Pittsburghers who believe in the principals of
sustainable agriculture and treating animals with respect and dignity. We also believe in the
health benefits of eating pastured animals and have seen the difference that switching from
conventional to grass-fed can make.
We are committed to increasing the market for healthy, environmentally sustainable food
products, working to increase that market share and making these products available to all
consumers. we practice sustainable agriculture,
which is a way of producing food that is healthy and humane for consumers as well as animals.
We use no pesticides, hormones, antibiotics or other chemicals in the production of our beef and
lamb, adhering strictly to USDA standards for grass-fed, naturally raised and organic production.

Pigeon Bagels


Baked daily, Pigeon's kettle boiled New York style bagels sell by the dozen. This Bloomfield based company also offers fresh takes on classic bagel sandwiches which are made to order.

Prohibition Pastries*


Baking with boozy beverages: a match made in heaven! These tasty treats combine two already-great foods into a beautiful blend of flavors and spices, sugar and hops. Though the flavors are inspired by adult beverages, don't worry--the whole family can enjoy these non-alcoholic treats!

Pup Pup PGH


Sonoran-style hot dogs.

Real Fungi, LLC*


Wholesale wild foraged mushrooms.

Red Star Kombucha


Brewed in Pittsburgh since 2012, Red Star Kombucha has an assortment of flavors of kombucha. They will also have their refillable growlers available!

Regent Park Naturals


Carrying soaps, shampoos and lip balms; most include locally wild foraged botanicals as well as different market soaps like lavender, lemongrass, and peppermint.

Sam Market


Gyros, spinach pie, baklava, baba ghanouj, and more.

Sol Patch Garden


Locally grown cut flowers, and a 'Build Your Own Bouquet' bar using fresh flowers.


(off 5/25 & 6/8)


Sturges Orchards


Specializing in apples, peaches, plums, and cherries, this Mars area orchard also processes their own jams and apple cider.

Tiny Seed Farm


In our second full season of production we are excited to share our plentiful bounty with the greater Pittsburgh community. If you are in need of hand tended, freshly grown vegetables, look no further. Located only ten miles from downtown Pittsburgh, Tiny Seed Farm is your local vegetable choice.

Two Acre Farm


An artisan producer from Uniontown making marinaras, salsas, jams, vegan mayo, mustards, seasonings, as well as small batch pickles using all-natural local ingredients.

Who Cooks For You Farm


Who Cooks For You Farm is a family farm located 60 miles north of Pittsburgh in New Bethlehem, PA. They are Certified Naturally Grown and grow a diverse assortment of organically grown vegetables, some fruit, and herbs. They also carry canned tomato soup and sauce.

Wise County Biscuits


Wise County Biscuits offers handmade buttermilk biscuits and Appalachia inspired foods through our mobile stand in Pittsburgh. We specialize in breakfast sandwiches and strive to bring restaurant quality food and hospitality to all of our guests.

Woolf Farms


Woolf Farms is a family farm located in East Rochester, Ohio growing everything from asparagus to non-GMO sweet corn.

Zeke's Coffee Pittsburgh


Providing freshly made coffee by the cup, bags of coffee beans, shirts, hats, mugs, breakfast sandwiches, and baked goods.

2019 Occasional Vendors

Chez Lapin*


Chez Lapin is a Lawrenceville-based small business that operates through online sales, local markets/ events, and through Pittsburgh-area boutiques.

Our mission is to promote natural beauty and self-care through our products, and to support the rescue of domesticated rabbits from neglect and abandonment situations by donating a portion of each purchase to a Pittsburgh local rabbit rescue.


At the Market: 5/25, 7/20, 8/10

The Pickled Chef


Pickles & preserves, hot sauces, mustard, Bloody Mary mix, and Raw Ferments: kimchi (vegan available), sauerkrauts (assorted flavors) Curtido (South American kraut), and NEW beet & ginger kraut!


At the Market: 5/18, 6/1, 6/15, 6/29, 7/6, 7/20, 8/3, 8/17, 8/31, 9/7, 9/21, 10/5, 10/19, 11/2

Ultra Matcha*


Three unique blends of matcha tea powder, available in individual jars, multi-pack gift boxes, and single-serving tear packets.


At the Market: 5/25, 6/8, 6/22, 7/13, 7/27, 8/24, 9/28, 10/26

See an asterisk (*) next to your favorite vendor’s name? Catch them on Tuesdays at the Lawrenceville Farmers Market, from 3 – 7 p.m. at Arsenal Park!

Vendor Information

Interested in becoming a vendor? Please fill out our vendor application or email market@bloomfieldpgh.org.

For some products we have a waiting list, and for others we are actively seeking vendors.

View our previous vendors here