Farmer Dave’s is a diversified farm north of Boston that grows vegetables and fruit responsibly. They are committed to keeping the community strong and healthy, and strive to keep food sustainable and local.
Fay Mountain Farm – Every week
65 acre Fay Mountain Farm is owned by the Town of Charlton. Farmer Neil Johnson of Kettlebrook Farms.
Flats Mentor Farm – Every week
Delicious Asian Greens such as baby bok choy, water spinach, pea tendrils and more. Try the stir fry mix of veggies! Flats Mentor Farm is a cash only vendor with great prices!
Kelly’s Farm – Every week
For over 79 years Kelly’s Farm has provided the community with farm fresh fruits and vegetables.
Lilac Hedge Farm provides local, sustainably raised meats with extreme attention to care, comfort, nutrition and the quality of the animals, which are raised from birth on the farm with plenty of land to roam and graze. All livestock thrive on a forage-based diet. Pigs and poultry are not ruminants, so their diet is supplemented with a natural grain grown in Western Mass.
Neighbor’s Acre is located in Chelmsford and sells responsibly grown microgreens and edible flowers as well as organic gourmet mushrooms from Fat Moon in Westford.
SMALL BATCH VENDORS
Offering small batch preserves, relishes, applesauce, apple butter and cranberry sauce. A family business operating since 1938!
Deano’s Pasta in Somerville is a place where people find meaning in creating honest, quality, fresh pastas, raviolis, tortellini, gnocchis and sauces to make you and your loved ones happy. True to the small batch methods our family brought from Italy four generations ago, we use only the best ingredients, like 100% semolina that is specially milled to order, and local, fresh grade A eggs. Our devotion to quality is why Deano’s Pasta has been the preferred pasta of restaurants and chefs in the Greater Boston area for over 70 years.
Dedicated to quality. It’s all about the Pies at Drive-by Pies–Fruit Pies, Cream Pies, Chicken Pot Pies….but it’s also all about the bars, and scones, and cookies. Everything we make starts with real butter and only the freshest ingredients…hand-made…every day.
Vegetarian & vegan meal kits & small batch spice blends. Meal kits are inspired by the local harvest, and my global pantry. Try these wholesome & seasonal kits and spices
Homemade cookies, scones and biscuits.
Grateful Tastes, a family business, has set the mission of bringing delicious New England grown produce from all seasons and harvests, to our consumers families and into their homes. Each of our versatile, small batch family recipes are crafted with freshly picked, seasonally available produces, certified organic cane sugar, and an all natural & vegan pectin.
Simply put, we craft artisanal spreads for more than just breads!
Authentic Egyptian & Lebanese Foods. All made by hand with the freshest ingredients.
Fresh seafood at a great price. This family-owned and run business has the highest of standards for their products and their customer service.
The Bread Shop (in Wakefield!) uses local ingredients whenever possible including Vermont dairy products, King Arthur Flour, Maine Grains wheat and rye flours, local seasonal fruits, and vegetables. They serve artisan bread, and an assortment of pastry items from cinnamon buns to scones.
West River Creamery in Londonderry, VT at Middletown Farm has been operating since 1945. No rBGH hormones and uses vegetarian rennet in all cheese. The cows are pastured from May through November and they use traditional methods of cheese making from stirring and cutting the curd by hand then filling molds by hand. They offer a variety of cheeses including goats milk, plus mustards and pickled veggies.
Small Batch Beverage Vendors
Aaronap Cellars melds tradition, art, & modern science to make innovative and unique wines using grapes & fruit from our own estate vineyard and partner vineyards & orchards in MA and beyond.
Two dads taking on the big guys, making better quality coffee using only the best ingredients. The coffee roasted just for us by Dean’s Beans. There’s five pounds of coconut in the flagship cold brew which takes three days to make! Products include half gallons of cold brew and organic whole beans.
Tower Root Beer Bi-weekly
Tower Root Beer is back with a third-generation family member bringing an amazing selection of craft sodas to generations young & old.
Interested in becoming a vendor?
2021 Season: Once the online application is ready to go, we will send the link to it to those already accepted as a vendor at the market.
To inquire about being a vendor, email [email protected] with your webpage URL and/or product pictures, anda description of your product (s) or, if a farmer, a general list of crops, farming methods, and any specialty crops or products.
PLEASE NOTE: The focus of our market is VERY local. No chains, franchises, or big corporations are represented as vendors OR as sponsors. MAKE IT, BAKE IT, OR GROW IT is our motto for vendors. Also, vendors who earn, or plan to earn their living primarily through the business they bring to markets are given preference. Scroll down for artisan-specific information.
Once you have been invited to apply, you will be sent application instructions.
Once your application is approved, we will send an invoice and payment instructions.
You will also be asked to read and sign our 2021 WFM Rules and Regulations during COVID19 Emergency
*ALL PREPARED FOOD VENDORS and Farmers who also offer prepared foods:
You also need to apply for and receive a permit from the Wakefield MA Board of Health.
NOTE: Farmers selling only one or more of the following do not need a BOH permit:
* Uncut fruits and vegetables, raw honey, maple syrup, farm fresh eggs.
* Bottled or canned beverages, both alcoholic and nonalcoholic, also do not need a permit from the BOH.
Please do not send an application to the BOH until you have been accepted as a WFM vendor.
To learn what will be needed to get a BOH permit and to apply, click HERE to go to the web page that our Board of Health created just for our Wakefield Farmers Market Vendors. You will find there everything you need to apply for our BOH permit. The Wakefield BOH does not charge a permit fee to market vendors.
Guidelines for Acceptance:
Farmers: Only working farms at which folks are making their main living and who have general liability business insurance are accepted.
Specialty Foods: While some of our vendors now have storefronts, new applicants who do not (yet) have a storefront are given preference.
Artisans: You must make your own product and it must be unique and of very high quality.