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Farmers Have a Corner on the Market

Southbury’s seasonal farmer’s market kicks off on June 19 and runs every Thursday from 3:00-6:00 p.m.

Photo credit: Wendy Mitchell. Local produce abounds at your town's farmer's market.
Photo credit: Wendy Mitchell. Local produce abounds at your town's farmer's market.

Written by Wendy Mitchell

Summer is almost upon us and farmers across Connecticut are gearing up to share their local produce, dairy, breads and more with hungry locavores at weekly farmer’s markets.  Make sure to stop at the ATM on your way because most of the merchants only take cash. Vendors sell products that are grown or made in Connecticut. The Southbury Farmer's Market is "Producer Only" which means each farmer you speak to is the one who actually grew or made the product.


Many of the markets have live music, children’s entertainment, special events and guest speakers. Many of the stands only take cash for cheek for payment. Check your local market’s page for detailed information.  

Southbury’s seasonal farmer’s market kicks off on June 19, 2014 and runs every Thursday from 3:00-6:00 p.m. from June through October. Located at the Southbury Town Hall, 501 Main Street, the market is a popular destination for families. This year’s vendors include:


Aradia Farms: Southbury  
Mitchell Farm: 
Southbury 
Averill Farm: Washington Depot
Molly & Murphy All Natural Irish Dog Biscuits: Trumbull 
Biscotti Etc, LLC: Sandy Hook
Paradise Foods: New Fairfield
Carrot Top Kitchens: Redding 
Relaxing Jack: Southbury
Daffodil Hill Growers: Southbury 
Stoneledge Hollow Farm: Southbury 
Dague Popcorn: Southbury
Sunrise Sunset Farm: Bethlehem 
Goatboy Soaps: New Milford
Sunset Meadow Vineyards: Goshen 
Green Leaf Organic Bakery & Café: Wilton
The Chubby Oven: Prospect 
Hardcore Sweet Cupcakes: Oakville
The Olive Oil Factory: Waterbury

*Information provided by Southbury Farmer's Market


For more information on Southbury's Farmer's Market, please click here. 

Bon apetit!

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