Milford Farmers Market Vendors

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Our amazing line up in alphabetical order.

Apple Ridge Farm : Home made breads, pretzels, mustard (Saylorville, PA)

Bramble Ridge Honey Farm: Local honey and honey products (Brodheadsville, PA)

Flatbrook Farm Garden: Freshly picked vegetables (Sandyston, NJ)

Go Goats Milk : Goat cheese (Middletown, NY)

Highland Kitchen & Gardens : Fresh juices, prepared salads, GF baked goods, and much more (Glen Spey, NY)

Luna Grown Jam: Home made jam, jelly, marmalade (Cuddebackville, NY)

KellyAnn Soaps: Made from scratch soaps, bath and body products (Shohola, PA)

Kittatinny Mountain Farm: USDA Certified Organic produce, herbs, flowers (Wantage, NJ)

Mangalitsa by Mosefund:  Hungarian breed 100% pure Magalitsa genetics CERTIFIED pork (Branchville, NJ)

Maria’s Gourmet Edibles : Delicious stuffed breads and more (Milford, PA)

Mueller’s Vegetable Farm: Fresh fruits and vegetables (Damascus, PA)

Quails-R-Us…Plus: Organically fed/all natural chicken, guinea hen, rabbit, turkey, quail, partridge, chicken eggs, quail eggs (Honesdale, PA)

Safford Farm: Herbs, flowers and vegetable plants (Lake Ariel, PA)

Sugar Creek Maple Farm: Pure maple syrup, confections (Honesdale, PA)

Tamerlaine Farm Animal Sanctuary : Hot sauces, pesto, hummus, spice rubs, BBQ sauce (Montague, NJ)

The Renegade Winery : Locally grown and made wines (Stroudsburg, PA)

TSUBO Aromatherapy : Various essential oil based products (Narrowsburg, NY)

Twin Brook Farm:  Grass-fed beef, lamb, mutton, goat, pastured pork (Tyler Hill, PA)

Wonderland’s Tea Party: Home made cupcakes and baked goods (Milford, PA)

Woodsfresh Mushrooms:  Gourmet and wild mushrooms (Cresco, PA)

Woodside Blue Preserves : Handmade jams, jelly, and marmalades ( Warwick, NY )

 

 

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5 thoughts on “Milford Farmers Market Vendors

  1. Where are u located in Milford I heard u moved from last year

  2. Rosemarie La Bue June 4, 2017 — 6:35 pm

    Can you tell me if the FMNP Farmers Market Nutriition Program checks can be used at the farmers market at the Columins in Milford?

  3. How do I apply to become a vendor? I have a stone carving business. I am also a local musician and would like to play at the market sometimes.

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