2016 Market Vendors

The Suffern Farmers’ Market is 15 years old! Our vendors offer local fruits and vegetables, honey, jams and jellies, baked goods, maple syrup, pickles, grass-fed beef, pastured pork, natural body care products, sauces, cheeses, yogurt, pickles, eggs, prepared foods and gourmet oils.

Vendors include:

Do Re Me Farms (produce/eggs)
Catalpa Ridge Farm (tomato plants/herbs)
Pennings Orchard (peaches / apples)
Bishop Farms (beef, chicken, pork, lamb, rubs, prepared food)
North Country Retreat (grass-fed beef, pasture-raised chicken, pork)
Neshanic Valley Beekeepers (honey, maple syrup)
Damn Good Honey (honey / beeswax candles / soap)
Queen Bee Apiary (honey)
Meredith’s Bread (baked goods including gluten free)
Woodside Blue Preserves (jams, jellies, marmalades)
Hudson Valley Pantry (jams, hummus, salsa, bbq sauce)
Dr Pickle
Ferrari Beer Company (craft beer)
The Guac Spot (prepared foods)
Greenwood Lake Roasters (locally roasted coffee)
Greenfield Ice Cream Company (local homemade ice cream)
Baked with Jake (cookies)
Sugarworks Cookies (specialty themed cookies)
Ol’ Darlin (all natural soaps and body care)
Vita Pulita (all natural soaps and body care)
Grandview Soaping (soap)
Poofy Organics (organic bodycare)
Homemade Sugar Scrubs
Chet’s Scents (soy candles)
Ten Tiny Toes (soy candles)
I Rock Candles (soy candles)
Copper Fly Bracelets (jewelry)
Creations by Paloma (crocheted jewelry)
Tita’s Toes (handmade bags +)
Barefoot Books (children’s books)
UsBorne Books (children’s books)
Tastefully Simple (spices +)


Do Re Me Farms

Hudson Valley Pantry

Dr. Pickle

Locust Grove Fruit Farm fruits, cider and baked goods

Finding Home Farms maple syrup, candles and home goods

Neshanic Valley Beekeepers

Honeybee Herbs

JD Gourmet

Craft vendors/other

Blue Lotus Botanicals

Mike Malandra photography

Park Lane Jewelry

Rozeliza Jewelry

Gentile Creations

Motif Design Shop – hand painted t-shirts

Studio 222

Designs by Paloma

Fifi & Me

Cornell Cooperative Extension

Barefoot Books

Children’s activities


Inspired Celebrations by Mimi

Face painting



7 responses to “Vendors

  1. Susan

    Hi there;

    I am with the Jr. Woman’s Club and wondering if you give booth space to non profits. I know that Ramsey offers a space to a different non-profit each week. We just recently published a cook book and thought it would be a great place to sell it. The proceeds benefit the scholarship funds for a Suffern High School Student as well as a student who is returning to school to complete a degree at RCC. In addition, we support many other non-profits throughout the year and this would offer us great exposure.

    Thank you;


  2. Pam Thomas

    I am trying to get contact information for a bluegrass band we heard at the market…

    Pam Thomas

  3. I am very interested in being a vendor at the market and wondered if you had any openings for a crafter in September and October. I create beautiful mason jar gifts and unique badge reels.

    Please let me know.



  4. I would love to become a vendor .i do several other farmers markets and fairs . Www.

  5. Hello and good morning. I sell Pampered Chef products and was wondering what the fee is for a table.

    Thank you,

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