Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Salem Winter Market opens Thursday

The Salem Winter Farmers’ Market opens this Thursday, November 10, just in time for the holiday season! Market shoppers will have the opportunity to purchase locally grown produce, delicious baked goods, and other new items for winter.

The market will be housed in Artists’ Row (between Front Street and New Derby Streets) in the artist stall buildings. The market will feature fresh produce, a variety of baked goods including vegan options, wine, cheeses and meats, handmade soaps, natural and organic skincare and bath and body products, organic teas, gift baskets, fresh lobster, all natural, gluten-free chowders, dips and spreads, homemade, locally-sourced pastas and sauces, pickles, handmade, personalized water color cards, salsas, artisan breads and more.

The winter market will see the return of 12 of the summer vendors as well as new vendors offering a variety of items such as Shady Hill Organics’ Oyster and Shiitake mushrooms that have been featured in the Boston Globe, and all natural low sugar spreadable fruit and relish by Deborah’s Kitchen as featured in the Lowell Sun and Edible Boston.

The full market vendor list was officially revealed at the Winter Market Fundraiser on November 7 and includes returning vendors Apothe.caring, Cape Cod Original, First Light Farm, Heaven’s Harvest Farm, Long Hill Orchard, Maitland Farm, Milk and Honey Green Grocer, Salem Soap Works, Soula’s Homemade Salsa, Still River Winery, Wally’s Vegetables and When Pigs Fly. New vendors include A.k.a. Marvelicious, Capt. Pete’s Lobster Trap, Deborah’s Kitchen, Foxboro Cheese and Oak Knoll Ayrshires, Grace Organic, Judith A Fiske Handmade Cards, Seacoast Butters, Shady Oaks Organics, Valicenti Organico and Wunder Budder.

All items at the market must be grown or produced in New England. The market participates in the SNAP program and will accept the EBT card. 

Salem Winter Farmers' Market
Artists' Row between Front Street and New Derby Street
2:00 - 6:00 PM
Thursdays, November 10 - December 22 and Tuesday November 22 (instead of Thanksgiving)

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