Down to Earth Farmers Market | Katonah NY Homes

Bigger and Better Than Ever:
Mamaroneck’s Winter Down to Earth Farmers Market
Opens Saturday, January 4th, 2014

Every Saturday into May
9:00 am-1:00 pm

Indoors at St. Thomas Episcopal Church
168 West Boston Post Road (at Mount Pleasant Avenue)

Down to Earth Markets is thrilled to announce that Mamaroneck’s Winter Farmers Market keeps growing!

For the 2014 season, help us welcome the largest variety of vendors yet. All winter long, local farmers and food makers will bring seasonal produce, pasture-raised meats and poultry, fresh fish, delicious breads, pickles, savory yogurt, Middle Eastern specialties, pies, pastas, locally-roasted nuts and coffees, and MORE.

On Opening Day, Saturday, January 4th, you’ll find:

American Pride Seafood

Dr. Pickle

Gaia’s Breath Farm

Gajeski Produce

Meredith’s Bread

Orchards of Concklin

Orwarshers Bakery
(Opening Day Special: FREE baguette with purchase of any bread loaf! Reg = $3.50)

Pie Lady & Son

Sohha Savory Yogurt

Stone & Thistle Farm

Taiim Falafel

Tierra Farm

Trotta Foods

Wave Hill Breads

Later in this month, these talented vendors will be joined by:

Bombay Emerald Chutney Company

Calcutta Kitchens

Flourish Baking Company

Kontoulis Family Olive Oil

Mortgage Apple Cakes

Robinson & Co. Catering Services (Fine British pies and more)

And others!

Stay tuned to all market events, day vendor listings, and more
on the Mamaroneck market webpage.

Thank you for supporting local farms and food businesses.

Down to Earth Farmers Markets is a mission-driven company that curates and manages approximately twenty farmers markets in Westchester and Rockland Counties, as well as in New York City. We envision a strong regional food system, built by independent farms and food businesses, that provides everyone with an alternative to industrial food. We believe that seasonal, local food is a vital part of our heritage that ensures the health of our communities and environment.

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