Bronxville Farmers’ Market

Bronxville Farmers’ Market

 2013  Outdoor Seasonal Market  ~  Saturdays  ~  Stone Place @ Paxton Avenue

                MAY 11  -  November 23   ~  8:30-1:00  ~  Rain or Shine

       Mary Liz Mulligan

The Bronxville Farmers’ Market (BFM) was established in 2002, and is co-sponsored by the Village of Bronxville and the Bronxville Chamber of Commerce.  All the vendors are from New York State’s Hudson Valley area and all goods are in compliance with the New York State Department of Agricultural Markets. The BFM is a “True Green Market”.

Our mission is to strive to simultaneously and equally serve consumers, farmers and their host community in a manner that brings value to each and benefits all.

The BFM is a member of the New York State Farmers’ Market Federation. Vegetable and fruit farmers honor W.I.C. and Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program checks.

We have 38 vendors offering a wide range of products:  expansive variety of fresh produce & herbs & fruits; pasture raised & grass fed livestock including duck, lamb, rabbit, yak, elk, poultry and eggs; fresh fish from Montauk; honey, maple syrup; jams; pickles; cheeses; breads & baked goods; quiche, dips, soups; lavender plants & products; local wines; gourmet butters; olive oil, gluten-free cookies, muffins, teacakes and granola, cold pressed veggie juices; Middle Eastern fare including 12 different hummus; healthy dog treats; field-cut wild flowers & bedding plants; cooking sauces & rubs; Greek yogurt; bottled milk; alpaca and llama products; handmade soaps & lotions; hand spun yarn from local stock for knitting; Indian chutney and spices. We are also lucky enough to have Green Mountain Energy as a vendor each week, offering a breadth of knowledge and services for available green energy.

Additionally, we are offer blade sharpening services from a certified professional sharpener the 4th week of every month.  For all of those with green thumbs, on the first week of every month we are very fortunate to have representatives from Cornell Cooperative Extension’s ‘Ask The Master Gardeners’ with us to help you with your gardening questions.

Market Manager, Mary Liz Mulligan, who formed the BFM in 2002 while Executive Director of the Bronxville Chamber of Commerce, is also the chairman of the Village of Bronxville Green Committee. 

We are very GREEN!

                      2013 VENDORS

+Vendor since 2002
* New Vendor

*Aunt Vicky’s Bickys
Homemade, all natural dog treats
Ridgewood, NJ

*Bambino’s Ravioli & Fresh Pasta Company
Fresh & frozen Pastas, Antipasto, mozzarella, Ricotta, fresh-filled cannoli
Bayshore, NY

Bombay Emerald Chutney Company
5 varieties of chutney, frozen Samosa
Yorktown, NY

*Bright Current
An educational & community outreach company whose mission is to help residents save money with clean solar power.
Brooklyn, NY

+Cascade Mountain Winery / Ronny Brook Farms
7 table wines; mustard made w/ white wine; domestic olive oil; jams & applesauce made w/ Heavenly Daze
Dairy: milks; ½ & ½; heavy cream, crème fraise; yogurt
Amenia, NY

*Central Bakery Artisan Oven
Specialty and stuffed breads; pizza; pasta sauce and seasonal soups
Hackensack, NJ

Clean Ridge Soap Company
Liquid soap & bars; shampoo; lotions; lip balms; soy wax candles, scented oils & diffusers
Pound Ridge, NY

Cornell Cooperative Extension’s ‘Ask the Master Gardeners’
Experts to help you with your gardening questions
Valhalla, NY

Dobbs & Bishop
Cheeses from local Hudson Valley & NYS farms
Bronxville, NY

Doc Pickle
Pickles and pickled products
Paterson, NJ

*Do-Re-Me Farms
Black dirt farm. Large variety of mushrooms; vegetables, greens & melons
New Hampton, NY

*Laura Ferraro
Fresh cut flowers, plants
Tuckahoe, NY

*The Gourmet Butter Company
Basil, roasted garlic, shallot & herb, honey, lemon and vanilla butters
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY

Green Mountain Energy Company
Providers of clean energy
White Plains, NY

Guyank Brand
Hot pepper sauce, BBQ sauce, cool & hot jelly, mango jam, salsa & spice rub & “Hush Puppy Mix”
Ozone Park, NY

*Hudson Valley’s Best Jam
Wide assortment of hand crafted jams
Holmes, NY

Hummingbird Ranch
Infused and creamed honey, maple syrup, bee & maple products
Staatsburg, NY

Joseph Fisheries
Fresh fish and shellfish fresh from Montauk
Montauk, NY

*Kontoulis Family Olive Oil
Greek extra virgin olive oil processed locally. Also olive puree (spread), olive oil soap, Kalmata olives & balsamic vinegar
Larchmont, NY

Maupston Design Studio
Handspun yarn from local fibers; textile art
Riverdale, NY

*Mo Green Juice
Cold pressed vegetable juices. 7 pounds of local, fresh produce in each jar

+Morgiewicz Produce
Black dirt farm providing a wide variety of vegetables and herbs
Goshen, NY

Mostly Myrtle’s
Baked goods including Biskookies, multi grain snackers; wide variety of gluten-free baked goods including muffins, teacakes, scones, brownies, pies (seasonal) and artisan roasted organic coffees
Haverstraw, NY

North Winds Lavender Farm
Lavender plants, jelly, syrup, shortbread cookies and scones. Aromatherapy lavender pillows, sachets and other products
Pawling, NY

+The Orchards of Concklin
300 years of family farming, the Orchards of Concklin offer a wide variety of fruits including apples, berries, peaches & other stone fruits, tomatoes, corn, apple cider, quiche, pies & other baked goods, bedding plants and veggies and herbs, peanut, almond and cashew butter & honey
Pomona, NY

Pika’s Farm Table
Quiches, veggie tarts, Belgian waffles, soups, pot pies, stews, pesto, bruschetta, tapenade, salsa & dips
Big Indian, NY

*Raghoo Farms
Pasture-raised, no antibiotics fresh and frozen chicken, rabbit, duck, lamb, goat, elk and eggs
Rhinebeck, NY

Certified professional knife sharpener able to sharpen knives, scissors, garden tools, mower blades, wood chisels & drill bits.  In attendance ever FOURTH week of the month
Pelham, NY

+Rock Hill Bakehouse
Wide variety of breads with no preservatives, cookies, scones & biscotti
Gansevoort, NY

Shireforge Farm
Black dirt organic method practicing farm vegetables, farm crafts – birdhouses, garden ironworks & hooks
Unionville, NY

*Sohha Savory Yogurt
Strained Greek yogurt, toppings and whey drinks
New York, NY

*The Starving Anthropologist
Gluten-free cookies and granola
East Brunswick, NJ

*Taiim Falafel Shack
Middle Eastern fare with 12 varieties of hummus, tabbuleh salad, cucumber salad, babaganouj, falafel balls made with ingredients form the BFM when in season.
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY

*Trotta Pasta
Fresh pastas, filled pasta, sauces, variety of fresh cheeses, dried cured meats & prepared dinners
Thornwood, NY

Veritas Farms
Organically grown vegetables, herbs, field cut flowers, eggs, pasture raised and grass fed meats
New Paltz, NY

*What’s for Dessert?
Baked goods with seasonal, local ingredients: muffins, pies, cookies, cakes, fruit breads
Bronxville, NY

*WoodsEdge Wools Farm
*80 acre farm in 38th year of providing quality alpaca and llama fibers and products – rugs, blankets, yarns & fibers for spinning, nesting balls, socks, gloves. Also USDA dry aged grass fed beef & yak. Honey from their hives, 100% beeswax candles, honey infused loofa soap
Stockton, NJ


3 Responses to Bronxville Farmers’ Market

  1. Yolanda Payne says:

    Hello I live in the Bronx and I am looking for farmers markets in the winter time. I wanted to know the full address of this farmers market and if it is open all winter or is it just open on the dates listed above? (January 28, February 25, March 31 and April 28). Thank you for your help

    • RuthWood says:

      Hi Yolanda,
      The winter Farmers’ Market is only open on the four Saturdays listed. It will be worth
      the trip for you – our vendors are great!

  2. Farmers Market Fan says:

    I think its great that we get to have these vendors come to Bronxville through the winter! Thanks for hosting them at the Pondfield Building.

    It would be great to get some outdoor banners or signage, even if it is on the day of the market, so that it will catch the eye of more people who will come in and support the vendors!

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