2017 Vendor Applications Now Available!

Are you interested in vending at the Midtown Farmers Market? We strive to create a balanced and diverse mix of local produce, prepared foods, food trucks and carts, and arts and craft vendors each season. Applications from Minnesota and Wisconsin farmers, artisans and producers are welcome! Vendor applications are still being accepted on a limited and space available basis. To access the 2016 vendor application click the following link:

2017 Midtown Farmers Market Online Vendor Application

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About Our Vendors

Our vendors are the heart and soul of the market. We love working with them and know that our customers enjoy getting to know the farmers, producers, and artists who bring an array of quality products to their communities. Learn more about who our vendors are and what makes each and every one of them a special addition to our market family – browse our entire list of 2016 vendors below, and check out our rotating Vendor Spotlights for a more personal take on the people who make the Midtown Farmers Market a great place to shop and gather.

Getting to Know Our Vendors:

Check Out Our Latest Vendor Spotlights!

 

2016 Midtown Farmers Market Vendors:

  • Auntie Annie’s Fields — “We sell chickens and eggs you can feel good about eating. Our chickens run around outside (on our farm just 45 min South of Minneapolis) nibbling clover and chasing after bugs. In addition to all the greens they eat, we feed them non-GMO grain that has never been sprayed with chemicals. You’ll be able to taste the difference. “
  • Bayfield Fruit Company — “Our family has been growing fruit for the past 50 years. We pick our fruit at the ripest point and deliver to you fresh the next day. Enjoy our strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries.”
  • Black Forage Design with Lady Dragon Tarot– “Black Forage Design offers handmade metal smith jewelry with upcycled materials. Also offering tarot readings with a holistic framework.”
  • *Blackbrook Farm — “Blackbrook Farm is a Certified Organic diversified family farm located 60 miles outside of the Twin Cities in Amery, WI. Our 140-acre farm is home to 15 acres of vegetables, herbs, and fruit, 25 pasture-raised heritage breed hogs, 150 laying hens and 150+ Freedom Ranger meat birds.”
  • Brake Bread — Fresh bread and baked goods with a focus on local and sustainable production and delivery.
  • *Burning River Farm –“It is the goal at Burning River Farm to grow the best tasting produce possible, using progressively more sustainable practices. The farm is Certified Naturally Grown, the grassroots, farmer centric alternative to the USDA Organic label.  We grow produce you can feel good about!”
  • *CB Jewelry Design — Beaded and metal jewelry – necklaces, bracelets, earrings, etc.
  • Maylee Cha — Farm fresh produce.
  • Chang’s Kettle Corn — Kettle corn, caramel corn, popcorn, and bubble tea.
  • Chong Yang“Large selection of flowers and vegetables!”
  • *Dancing Gnome Farm — “Delightfully fresh veggies and radiant bedding plants! Kick-start your garden with starts of the tastiest varieties, naturally grown in nutrient-packed soil blocks that you can plant straight in the ground.”
  • Dancing the Land Farm — “Dancing the Land Farm is a non-certified organic farm in Clearwater, MN. We grow food, flowers, and medicinal plants, goats for milk and fiber. And more!”
  • Dazzle Accessories — “Beaded, stone, silver & gold jewelry necklace sets, earrings, rings, and bracelets for $5.00.”
  • Dream of Wild Health —  “Dream of Wild Health is a 10-acre organic farm in Hugo, Minnesota. Surrounded by plants and medicines grown from the seeds of our ancestors, our Dream is to help American Indian people reclaim their physical, spiritual, and mental health. We teach the old ways of growing food and living healthy lives.”
  • Edith Karras Arts – “Produces unique, original, images for display as decorative art tiles, photographic prints, and blank note cards.”
  • Edina Family Chiropractic –On-site complementary health screenings.
  • Emconada Food Truck –“Empanadas In a Cone and More. From Chile to Minneapolis. Taste of Chile with a Twist.”
  • Emily Madland Jewelry — “Emily Madland is a Minneapolis jewelry artist. Using components handmade from sterling silver, she designs unique pieces for any occasion.”
  • Emma Freeman Photography — “I am an artist making jewelry, sun prints, home goods, photography, and stationary, all with the hope of adding colorful and creative pieces to your life.”
  • Fierce Ferments — “Health and immune boosting fermented foods made with ingredients sourced from local organic growers. Look for our various sauerkrauts, kim chi, beet kvass, and SuperTonic. Probiotic-rich raw sauerkrauts and kim chi now also being served at the market in combination with made-to-order sausages from Lowry Hill Meats!”
  • *Fireroast Cafe — “Local neighborhood coffee shop and cafe emphasizing house-made food and beverage with a personable and inviting atmosphere, selling coffee, baked goods, and tamales.”
  • The Food Building — “Red table Meat Co. small caliber salami, cheeses from The Lone Grazer Creamery, naturally leavened breads & bagels from Bakers Field Flour & Bread.”
  • *Flying Crow Craft — “Handmade jewelry, hats, scarves, socks, aprons & bags.”
  • Gastrotruck — Artisinal street cuisine.
  • *Green Earth Growers — “Certified naturally grown plants, produce, & cut flowers.”
  • *Habanero Tacos — “a variety of delicious authentic Mexican food like tacos, burritos, alambres, and more.”
  • *Havlicek’s Orchard — “Home grown picked or U-pick apples.  Also honey, plums, pears, and grapes.”
  • *Hazelwood Creek Farm — Pickles, preserves, jams, jellies and blueberries.
  • *Hilltop Pastures Family Farm — “We are a 100% grass-fed, sustainable family farm. our beef, pork, chicken, and free-range hens are all raised on fresh pasture, sunshine, and open air. Our pigs, chickens, and hens also receive a locally grown non-GMO feed. Our mission is to offer you a healthier way of life by providing all natural, healthy meat and produce in an ecologically responsible environment.”
  • Herban Homes — Handmade castile soaps, natural laundry detergent, lip balm and linen spray.
  • Humble Acres — “Earth-friendly local grower of hundreds of  of healthy perennials, grasses, hostas, and more! Knowledgeable staff assist in helping you choose high quality plants that are right for you!”
  • Isis Designs — Aromatherapy items and other handmade sewn, crocheted, and knitted items.
  • *Jirik Farms –“Jirik family farm is a small farm that produces many different products. At the Midtown Farmers Market, Jirik Farms sells honey, maple syrup, and maple syrup cotton candy!”
  • Joe’s Sauces — “A new line of specialty sauces delivering a taste experience unlike any other. Joe’s bold flavors enhance any dish, from main fares to appetizers and sides, and are sure to take your cooking to a whole new level!”
  • *Justin Her “We sell home grown vegetables.”
  • Jonny Pops – Gourmet Frozen Pops in flavors including summer Strawberry, Mountain Berry, and Coconut Pineapple.
  • K-Mama Sauce, LLC – “Authentic Korean sauce, made from my mom’s recipe. Initially sweet with a buttery middle and a spicy kick at the end. K-Mama adds rich flavor to appetizers, salads, soups, pizza and entrees of any style.
  • *Kabomelette — “Made-to-order omelettes and kabobs. Fast, cheap and fresh!”
  • Aouda Khang – “We are a family business that have farming experience for over 20 years. We are proud to bring you fresh, MN grown vegetables that are always freshly picked, clean, and washed prior to selling.”
  • Lou Moua/Ge Vue — Farm fresh vegetables.
  • *Lor Family Farm Farm fresh produce.
  • *Mao LeeWe sell homegrown vegetables from Vermillion, Minnesota. They are chemical and pesticide-free produce.”
  • Martha Zemur — Homemade goods for the home and garden.
  • Mary Foster Creative – “Flower photography prints, note cards, magnets, and tote bags, plus crocheted baskets and dishcloths.”
  • Mi Casa Studios — Fair trade hand batik scarves and headbands, and garden bling!
  • MidNord Empanada Truck — “Traditional Spanish empanadas, Minnesota-style.”
  • Moon Palace Books – We are South Minneapolis’ neighborhood bookstore-all kinds of books for all kinds of readers.
  • The Moral Omnivore Food Truck — The Moral Omnivore is committed to serving you sustainably produced, eclectic food while giving back to our community. We use local produce and meat and buy fair trade & organic when local isn’t possible. Additionally, every week MO hosts a weekly Eat With Your Heart Out Day, when 10% of proceeds are donated to a Minnesota charity!
  • Orange Fish Designs – Whimsical wearables for children.
  • Peeps Hotbox – World fusion street food and other seasonal delights.
  • *Peter’s Pumpkins and Carmen’s Corn — “We have been involved with the Midtown Farmers Market from the beginning. We grow everything from apples to zucchini, as well as fresh eggs from our free range chickens. For us, being part of the market is not just about selling our fresh produce, but about the relationship between the consumer and the farmer.”
  • *Pflaum Farms “We are a 5th generation family farm that strives to provide fresh & wholesome products to our customers. We sell a large variety of MN-grown fruits, veggies, and bedding plants.”
  • *Putzinbobs — “Products made from reclaimed wood and other reclaimed materials. Tables, cabinets, benches, potting tables, birdhouses, trellis, picture frames, boxes, mirrors, custom work and more.”
  • Queen Bee and Mr. Man — “I am an upcycling, metal junk artist specializing in decorative bee and bird houses. Each piece is unique and signed.
  • *Rebecca’s Bakery — “Rebecca’s bakery produces quality, handmade and rich-tasting authentic Italian pastry and bakery products for the Twin Cities community”
  • Retired Towel Factory
  • *Ruthie’s Kitchen “Ruthie’s Kitchen is excited to bring you homemade breads, jams and other goodies from the farm. Pre-orders for specialty home baked breads will be taken this year. Delivery on Saturdays or as prearranged. “
  • *Sam Squared Designs — “Sam Squared is a photography business that also makes unique, quality, hand-made jewelry and accessories with boho and tribal influences.”
  • She Knitsalot –“Knit/crotchet items, bath bombs, art, and lawn art. Run and operated by a local crafter and full time high school teacher.”
  • *Sheepy Hollow at Native Oaks Farm — “Family farm located in Independence, MN where we have been raising sheep, hay, and corn for over 30 years.”
  • Sin Fronteras Farm and Food –“Sin Fronteras is an organic vegetable production farm that focuses on strengthening the food system in communities of color.”
  • Spicy Girl Sauces “Spicy Girl sauce has a sweet and spicy flavor that is a delightfully fresh and exciting way to jazz up your chicken or pork.”
  • *SRS Mythic Designs — “Local artist specializing in the creation of extraordinary glass pendants, semi-precious stone jewelry and other fine items.”
  • Stone’s Throw Urban Farm“Stone’s Throw Urban Farm grows delicious, fresh vegetables and herbs in the heart of the Twin Cities.  We are creating a dynamic urban farm that strives toward ecological sustainability, community empowerment, and financial viability.”
  • Straight River Farm — “Straight River Farm, a family-owned & run farm raising strawberries, apples, raspberries, tomatoes, and melons using sustainable practices.”
  • Sweet Fern — “Homemade organic body care products including sunscreen, tooth powder, lip balm and the like.”
  • Taco Taxi — “Authentic and traditional Mexican dishes, including quesadillas, tacos, burritos, botanas, sodas y agua.”
  • Tootie’s Boiled Peanuts  “Delicious boiled and deep fried in the shell peanuts–you owe it to yourself to try them!”
  • *UMSF Preserves–Upper Mississippi Specialty Fruits makes small batch jams and sweet preserves using local produce. They also make flavored vinegars, drinking vinegars (shrubs) and pickled fruits.
  • Yia Pao Vang  Farm fresh produce.
  • Va’s Produce  Farm fresh produce.
  • *Koua Vang – Farm fresh produce.
  • *Timothy Vang – “We are a family business that have farming experience for over 20 years. We are proud to bring you fresh, MN grown vegetables that are always freshly picked, clean, and washed prior to selling.”
  • Vue Vegetables  Farm fresh produce.
  • Wholesoul Lavender & Sage Hair & Body Care — “A new local family owned and operated business selling all natural hair and body care products.”
  • *Winter Goddess Foods — “Winter Goddess Foods produces clean, local products that support local businesses. Everything is made with love for your well being.”
  • *Wisconsin Cheese Outlet “Wisconsin cheese including fresh curds.”
  • *Wozupi Tribal Gardens – “Wozupi (Garden) is a demonstration of one of the many supportive and healthy ways the Shakopee Mdewakanton Dakota are caring for the environment, the earth, the community and future generations. Wozupi is committed to providing locally grown whole foods and educational opportunities for  our community. We believe producing local, sustainably grown, whole foods and educational opportunities for our community benefits the health and wellbeing of everyone.”
  • Wyrd Sisters — Handmade sterling silver jewelry and hand painted clothing and accessories.
  • *Alanna Yang  Farm fresh produce.
  • *Yer Yang’s Produce — “vegetables, fruits and cut flowers”
  • Martha Zemur “Home, yard, and garden ware including clothespin bags, art, aprons, garden work baskets, birdbaths, yard guardians, fiber toys. Also, sewing and mending services. I design and make what I sell.  I recycle and repurpose materials into what I make.”
  • *Zoua & Dang’s Farm  Farm fresh produce.

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