EBT-MarketSustainFloyd received more than 20 applications to serve as a vendor in the 2013 Floyd Farmers Market. That’s the biggest response we’ve ever had — and the first time we’ve had to tell applicants “no,” as the demand for vending spots outstripped our supply.

We assembled a jurying committee and selected vendors based on finding a good mix of food, produce and other products — all locally grown and made.

It’s with pride that we announce the list of vendors for our 2013 Floyd Farmers Market. The Farmers Market kicks off on Saturday, May 25.

Here’s the list of full-time and part-time vendors, presented alphabetically and paired with a general description of what that vendor will be selling:

 

Full-Time:

La Abuelita: Hispanic foods

Black Water Loft/ Red Rooster Coffee Roaster: Coffee, tea, hot chocolate and other beverages

Buffalo Mountain Kombucha: kombucha

Floyd Market Collective: Herbal remedies, tinctures, soaps, vegetables, baked goods, transplants

Good Food – Good People: Everything

Griffin Farms: Beef, peaches, jams and jellies

Highland Farm: Highland beef, pork, chicken and eggs

Kester Clark Farm: Strawberries, greens, beans, gourds

Little Homestead Montessori School: Produce, eggs, baked goods

Riverstone Organic Farm: Produce

Tree’s Bread & Roses Bouquets: flowers (*but neither bread nor roses*)

Wild Mountain Farm: Early spring produce, blueberries, transplants

 

Part-Time:

Bizzy Bee: spreads, dips, and salsas

Indian Valley Farms: Produce

Mary’s Bread Basket: Spelt baked goods

Old Millstone Farm: Beef, pork, produce