Farm to Table Market
Meet the Vendors
2019 Participating Vendors
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Alstede Farms grows homegrown fruits, vegetables, and flowers on over 500 acres of NJ farmland; most of which is permanently preserved through the state's Farmland Preservation Program. All of the fresh produce is grown using only sustainable and certified organic growing practices. Alstede Farms is a family-owned farm.
Apple Ridge Farm
Apple Ridge Farm is a certified naturally-grown produce farm that raises pastured chickens, pigs, makes artisan bread, and grows hydroponic lettuce.
Cherry Grove Farm
Cherry Grove Farm has been in the Hamill family since 1902. It is a diversified, sustainable dairy farm and creamery situated on 480 acres of woodland, wetland, and pasture in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. They make award-winning farmstead cheeses from their grass-fed cows’ milk. Their commitment as a farm is to be transparent, to educate and engage with the community, and reconnect neighbors to the land and the source of their food.
Dogwood Farms is a USDA certified organic farm owned and operated by Jon and Kim Knox. As a Jersey native, Jon knew the Garden State would be a perfect place for a farm offering fresh produce and meats to families, all grown and raised sustainably in Hillsborough, NJ. With 35 acres leased from Duke Farms, Jon & Kim have built a traditionally diverse farm with fresh produce and pasture-raised meats.
Our mission to build a more sustainable future led us to produce our own beef, eggs, and produce.
Mike specializes in organic blueberries.
Noble Mushrooms is a farm located in Bridgewater that seeks to produce the freshest locally grown mushrooms in New Jersey. They have a focus on health, sustainability, and community
Snapping Turtle Farms
Snapping Turtle Farm is a 78-acre organic vegetable and herb farm located in Cranbury, NJ. They grow over 50 types of vegetables and herbs and specialize in heirloom tomato and unusual pepper varieties. All 78 acres of Snapping Turtle Farms are USDA certified organic which means all of our practices and farmland follows the rules of the National Organic Program.
AMA Gelato makes gelato with locally-sourced dairy and fruit.
Made from locally grown ingredients, and bottled for a purpose, Caldo has a mission to use their hot sauce to change the world by supporting charities that feed the hungry, educate the poor, and invest in hard-working entrepreneurs in developing countries. Whenever available, the Caldo team at Hot Sauce 4 Good hand-selects peppers from five local farms, then prepares and bottles each batch locally.
Curries & Chutneys
Curries and Chutneys makes Indian cooking convenient with homemade, healthy sauces.
Hoboken Farms specializes in an array of handcrafted, small-batch gourmet foods and locally baked artisan bread created in and inspired by our mile square village at the edge of the Hudson River. The foundation of Hoboken Farms lies in the mission to delight the customer and serve its employees and community.
Homemade Betty is an organic, fair trade, and vegan company. They make baby care, lotions, and skin care products in small batches and practice transparency in their ingredients.
House of Cork
House of Cork creates soft, stylish, lightweight, and sustainable purses and accessories with cork.
Jams By Kim
Jams By Kim creates all natural artisanal jams and jellies, and uses local produce as much as possible. While balancing creativity with tradition and authenticity, Jams by Kim is passionate about capturing real honest flavors in their jams.
Oldwick Soup Company
Oldwick Soup Company uses fresh local, seasonal vegetables, and ingredients to make soups. Their offerings change with the seasons.
Paolo’s Kitchen provides busy families an opportunity to eat healthy, home-cooked meals, without the pressure and time constraints of preparing them.
Patricia & Paul Artisans of Fine Oils and Balsamics
Patricia and Paul offer a variety of extra-virgin olive oil and balsamics.
Pickle Licious is a specialty business doing farmers markets, street fairs, and festivals for over 25 years. They hand pack their products at the farmers market out of original wooden barrels. They offer a wide variety of pickles, pickled condiments, olives tapenades, relish, and their famous krelish.
Pure Batch is an organic, vegan, gluten-free, peanut-free and soy-free raw and baked goods company; specializing in low-glycemic treats that are nutritiously made without chemical aid.
Simply Sweets by Lauren
Lauren creates confections in a variety of flavors and design and bakes cakes from scratch.
Sustainable Haus makes sustainable homemade and upcycled household goods like towels, napkins, dryer balls, and blankets. They also make cleaning supplies and various accessories.
How is the game played?If using a handheld GPS device (such as a Garmin, Magellan, Lowrance, etc.):
- Register for a free basic membership on geocaching.com.
- Visit the Hide & Seek a Cache page to locate a cache nearby.
- Select a cache to view its cache page which lists the cache description, GPS coordinates, and other instructions on how to find the cache.
- Load the coordinates into your GPS device and naviagate to the hidden cache.
- Sign the logbook inside the cache and log your visit online on geocaching.com.
- Download geocaching.com app from your app store (there is an Intro version which only allows you to navigate to 3 caches before it makes you upgrade and there is the full version which is $9.99).
- Log-in using your geocaching.com username or create a free geocaching.com username if you do not have one.
- Once logged in, press "Find Nearby Caches."
- Choose the appropriate cache from the list. The cache page should appear.
- Press "Navigate to Cache." A map should appear showing your location in relation to the cache location.
- Navigate to the cache and sign the logbook when you find it. Go back to the cache page and press "Post a Log/Field Note" to post a log online.
Duke Farms GeoTrail
The Duke Farms GeoTrail is a geocaching challenge consisting of 11 different caches placed around the property. It is a unique journey through a variety of native habitats and landscapes.
To complete the challenge you have to fill out the GeoTrail brochure and uncover the secret word, then present your completed brochure to the front desk staff in the Orientation Center to receive your commemorative token (GeoTrail brochures are available at the front desk in the Orientation Center).