• Vendors
  • All 2017 Vendors Organized by Type

    Click here to download for printing, two pages. AGRICULTURAL VENDORS Burnshirt Valley Farm (http://burnshirtvalleyfarm.com) C & C Lobsters & Fish (http://www.cclobster.com) Dick’s Market Garden (http://www.dicksmarketgarden.com/) Heavens Harvest Farm (http://www.heavensharvestfarm.com) Long Field Flower Farm (https://www.facebook.com/longfieldflowerfarm/) Smith’s Country Cheese (http://www.smithscountrycheese.com) Spring Brook Farm (http://www.springbrookfarmcountry.com) Sunny Knoll Alpacas (http://www.sunnyknollfarmalpacas.com/) The Sibling Farmer Market The Warren Farm & Sugarhouse […]
  • June 10
  • Bread Obsession

    Our signature product are Water Bagels New York Style, made fresh daily for you in the traditional way: Boiled, baked and dressed on both sides. Our ingredients are pure, all-natural, and we do not add any preservatives. No questions about it… Bread Obsession
  • July 15
  • Boston Smoked Fish Company

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    Matt is on a mission to share with his fellow Bostonians  how delicious smoked fish can be, and that it can be made right here at home with wholesome, local ingredients. From hand-selecting the fresh fish each morning on the Boston Fish Pier (much of it caught just hours earlier), Matt oversees the marriage of […]
  • June 10
  • Brookie’s Cookies for Dogs

    This will be our third year at the Waltham Farmers’ Market. Brookie’s Cookies started 3 years ago for my yellow lab Brady, to give him treats that are healthy and to know exactly what ingredients go into his cookies. I enjoyed making them so much I thought it would be great to sell them at […]
  • June 10
  • Burnshirt Valley Farm

    We are a family farm, operating since 1980, providing Heritage pork, piglets, chicken, and duck. We’re building towards sustainability through diversity, taking the innovations of today alongside ideas of the past. At Burnshirt Valley Farm, our own Free Range Heritage Breed Pork and piglets are rotationally grazed for the mutual benefit of pigs and pasture. […]
  • June 24
  • Buzz & Thrive Gardens

    The horticulturalist at Buzz and Thrive says that growing plants is his passion. “I’ve been working in greenhouses since I was 14 years old. It’s what I studied in college. Most recently, I was a horticulturist for six years at Tower Hill Botanical Gardens. I love talking about what’s new and exciting in the plant […]
  • June 10
  • El Camino

    As a new vendor at our market starting in the spring of 2015, El Camino has become a favorite for their Empanadas, fresh cooked at the market, and for their line of frozen meals. El Camino Foods specializes in the preparation and distribution of authentic Puerto Rican rice dishes. The company’s founders and owners are […]
  • June 10
  • C & C Lobsters & Fish

    Is a family run lobster business providing fresh caught local live lobsters and fish year round. Chris and Carolyn Manning and their 4 children are involved in all aspects of their lobster business. Chris has been a full-time commercial lobsterman since 1982. He runs a beautiful lobster boat named the “Carolyn M”. Chris and his […]
  • September 23
  • Calcutta Curry

    Calcutta Curry started with a mission to introduce home style Indian food to the local New England community. We want our authentic recipes and honest ingredients to bring people together and provide a wonderful, delicious experience. Calcutta Curry
  • June 17
  • Cauldron Fermented Foods

    At Cauldron our main goal is to create tantalizing foods with complex taste profiles, intoxicating aromas, beautiful colors, and satisfying textures that leave you wanting more. Cauldron Fermented Foods
  • June 17
  • Clive’s Jams

    If you love spicy food then you came to the right place, because our jams are HOT! These aren’t your run-of-the-mill fruit jams with a dash of hot pepper added. Clive’s Jams are packed with hot peppers, have NO dyes and NO preservatives! Buyer beware – this is some hot stuff! Clive’s Jams
  • June 10
  • Cucina Aurora Kitchen Witchery

    Cucina Aurora is a small, woman owned, local business. Every time you purchase Cucina Aurora products on our website or by visiting a retailer in your neighborhood, you can rest assured you are getting the highest quality, handmade, gourmet cooking products for you and your family. We encourage people to cook together, eat together and […]
  • June 10
  • Deanos Pasta

    Over 60 years ago, Matarazzo family recipes were used in creating real homemade style fresh pastas for the finest Italian restaurants in the Boston area. Discriminating chefs quickly realized the unmatched quality and began to rely on them for all of their fresh pasta needs. Now generations later, the same commitment to quality and consistency […]
  • June 10
  • Dick’s Market Garden

    Raymond and Janey from Dick's Market Garden
    Family-owned and operated, Dick’s Market Garden grows a wide variety of herbs and vegetables. Using a combination of certified fertilizers, IPM, and organic fungicides, the farm operates on a sustainable level. The farm, in Lunenburg, is run by Stephen Violette. Dick’s Market Garden
  • June 10
  • The Domesticated Wild Child

    The Domesticated Wild Child offers handcrafted, natural every day wellness and topical care products including salves, balms, deodorant, baby items, insect repellant, women’s items, some cosmetics, a facial line including cleansing grains, infused toners, moisture serums, herbal masks and acne spot treatment. The Domesticated Wild Child
  • June 10
  • Elpiniki Bakery Boutique

    Authentic, hand crafted and natural–all of our products represent the pinnacle of quality in their categories. Our products begin in the hands of the world’s most capable growers and find the most direct route to our baskets. Elpiniki continually scours the world in search of the finest foods, first to stock our own pantries, and […]
  • June 17
  • Far From The Tree Cider

    Far From The Tree Cider is a craft cider company specializing in unique, high-quality hard cider made from local ingredients. Most apples don’t fall far from the tree, and the ciders made from them are generally quite similar. We are making a craft hard cider based on a very different philosophy. Far From The Tree […]
  • June 24
  • Fiamma Glass-Urban Mycology

    Fiamma Glass Studio began offering their creations at the market during the 2015 season. Caterina Urrata and David Weintraub started off as hobbyists, and graduated with degrees in fine arts through Massachusetts College of Art and Design. They settled in Newton and opened their flameworking studio, Fiamma Glass, now located on Maple Street in Waltham. […]
  • June 10
  • Giacomo’s Gourmet Granola

    Giacomo’s Gourmet Granola combines culinary experience, sophisticated palate and knack for combining just the right ingredients to create the perfect blend of flavor in a true gourmet granola. Giacomo’s Gourmet Granola
  • June 17
  • Halvah Heaven

    Welcome to the only artisan, small batch halvah company in North America! This wonderful tahini based candy is loaded with protein and calcium and has centuries of history in the Middle East and Eastern Europe. Unlike mass-produced halvah for sale worldwide, our product contains no artificial flavoring or preservatives. We also offer flavors that go […]
  • June 24
  • Healthy Waltham

    Healthy Waltham was born out of the need for the people of Waltham to come together for the health of our community. Formed as a community coalition, we started with a small grant to look at ways to improve health in Waltham and a second grant focused on increasing fruits and vegetables served in school […]
  • June 10
  • Heavens Harvest Farm

    We are a 17 year and counting Organic Farm, certified by Baystate Organic Certifiers (a certifying agency under the authority of the USDA). Our Summer product is primarily grown right here at Heavens Harvest Farm in New Braintree, Massachusetts. To continue to offer the substantial variety that our customers and share holders have asked for […]
  • June 10
  • Jaju Pierogi

    A FAMILY TRADITION. Sixty-five years ago, our Jaju started a Polish food business with his brothers and sisters in Western Massachusetts—hand-crafting pierogi, golabki, and kielbasa for their community. Fast forward to the ‘90s and you’d find us, Vanessa and Casey, spending our weekends cutting, stuffing, and sealing pierogi in the back kitchen alongside our elders. […]
  • June 10
  • Powerhouse Juice

    We are the first mobile cold pressed, organic, and made to order juice bar in Middlesex County. We strive on producing one of a kind juice and smoothies using locally sourced, organic produce when possible. With the help of local companies that believe health and our well being is one of the most important things […]
  • June 17
  • Recreo Coffee & Roasterie

    El Recreo Estate Farm is a family owned and operated 364 acre plantation that has produced premium coffee for over 40 years. The farm was owned by the Ferrey-Machado family back in 1972, but the land has grown coffee since 1905. In 1992, El Recreo Estate used reforestation to upgrade the land and start an […]
  • June 10
  • Samira’s Homemade Food

    Samira’s Homemade Food is a small family business. We cook for our customers as we’re cooking for our family. We started making our dips at the request of our friends. They kept on raving about our food saying to us, “This is the best Hummus we’ve ever tasted! Why don’t you sell it? So we […]
  • July 1
  • Shayna’s Handmade Handbags

    Shayna Made bags are made by hand, in Massachusetts. I use upholstery remnants, leather, handmade vintage carpets, and fabrics from many other places. Or pick out your own fabric and I will make a custom bag just for you. Each one-of-a-kind bag has a lining and usually 7 pockets. A place for everything–cell phone, wallet, […]
  • June 10
  • Smith’s Country Cheese

    Searching for New England traditions? Look no further than a picturesque spot in the hills of Winchendon, Massachusetts. Here at Smith’s, old fashioned family traditions and hard work are combined to produce our Farmstead Cheeses. Our Gouda rivals any made in the Netherlands. It has the same mild taste, creamy texture and small, bubbly eyes. […]
  • June 10
  • Succulents By Sandy

    Succulents are surging in popularity for several simple reasons: They are beautiful, nearly indestructible and add interesting color and texture to small, quiet spaces at home or the office. Along with an artful array of shapes, succulents also brings healing, harmony and energy. I create succulents arrangements in various containers. I would like to share […]
  • June 10
  • Sunny Knoll Alpacas

    We set ourselves apart by hand making most of the items sold at Sunny Knoll Farm Alpacas. Farm owner and Fiber Artist Jennifer Baum, creates the fine alpaca products offered. Sunny Knoll Alpacas
  • June 10
  • Swissbakers

    Our story started with our arrival in North America, initially in Canada and then New England, where swissbäkers was established. In ‘98 our kids stopped eating bread. Why – we asked? Being kids of bakers, they simply missed the crunch! So we reintroduced them to the “crunch” by baking Swiss breads and rolls in Helene’s […]
  • June 17
  • The Warren Farm & Sugarhouse

    The Warren Farm specializes specializes in the production of specialty food items, pure maple syrup, and maple confections. We grow many of the ingredients – fruits, berries, vegetables, and herbs – used in our unique line of gourmet preserves, savory oils, sauces, and baked goods, all made right here on the farm. The plants we […]