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Brick Farmers’ Market Will Return for 2017: Here’s Who’ll be There

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The Brick Farmers Market (File Photo)
The Brick Farmers Market (File Photo)

The popular Brick Farmers’ Market will return for its third season next month, retaining its location at Windward Beach, officials said.

The farmers’ market was started by Mayor John Ducey in 2015 as a way to lure farmers to Brick and promote local commerce. It has proven popular ever since, with a growing number of vendors participating. This year, the farmers’ market will begin May 20 and run each Saturday through Sept. 23. The market is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Vendors including fresh breadmakers, artisans and, of course, farmers, will be selling their products. Here is the full vendor list, as of today:

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All You Need Is Cake
Coconut macaroons and specialty cakes.

Arepa Works
Our specialty are stuffed Arepas.
An Arepa is a cornmeal bread stuffed with veggies, beef, chicken, pork, various cheese types, beans, guacamole and many other delicious combinations to choose from.

Beansy’s Biscuits
Homemade Organic Dog Biscuits.

Beckage Farms
Beckage provides Fresh Produce with a full line of fruits, vegetables, honey, Dutch baked goods and more.

Breadsmith
Specialty breads & baked goods.

Caldino’s LLC
Ravioli, sauce, pasta, mozzarella & prepared pasta dishes.

Colony Market
Providing  Organic, GMO-Free and Conventional Produce.

Cream Ridge Winery
Handcrafted white wines, red wines and original fruit wines.

Devil Brownies
Whether you prefer coconut brownies, marshmallow brownies, or pecan brownies, you’ll always appreciate the decadent flavors of Devil Brownies.

Down to Earth

Farmer Al’s
Seasonal fruit & produce.

High Mountain Foods
40 kinds of gourmet ravioli, large lasagna rollets, eggplant rollatine, all types of fish, meats and poultry. At some markets they serve fresh soup, stuffed Italian bread, desserts, olives & much more!

Jaker’s Pickles
Pickles, Sour Kraut,  Stuffed Olives, Marinated Mushrooms, Pickled Mangoes, Pickled Pineapples & Mazi Piri-Piri Sauce.

J. Josephine Creations
100% Soy Candles.

JuicePlus
The Juice Plus Company (Whole Food Nutrition) & Tower Garden (hydroponic gardening).

Just Desserts
Gourmet desserts and baked goods.

Kauffman Farms
Jersey Fresh Local Produce and Fruit, Jams, Jelly, Pickles, Local Honey, Fresh Baked Bread, Farm Fresh Eggs, Whole Milk Cheese.

Krakus Deli
Polish Food.

La La’s Gourmet Cookies
Gourmet cookie products, cookies, cakes, cookie shooters, brownies & more.

LAVE Handmade Soap
Handcrafted artisan soap (cold processed) & body products made from non-gmo, organic & responsibly-sourced food grade ingredients.
Products are detergent, preservative & cruelty free. Each sale supports local animal rescue.

Mee Wees
Based in Brick, Mee Wees provides cookies, scones, bars, brownies & other goods.

M&N Farms
Farm fresh fruits & produce.

Momma’s Home Made
Momma’s Home Made produces gourmet applesauce that tastes like apple pie.

Port Coffee
Hot coffee, locally roasted coffee beans, cold brewed coffee & local honey.

Rella Works

Sea Glass Jewelry by Kristen
Necklaces, bracelets, and earrings made from sea glass.

Shore Shake
Shakes, smoothies & much more.

Thompson Brothers
Fruits & vegetables from their farm in Wall NJ.

Tom DiMartino
Fruit & Vegetable planters.

Wicked Good Spice Mixes


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  • Surfrider

    Seems like a lot of great choices…..good thing for sure!

  • John Smith

    No pork roll?

    • Bob Gray

      J. W. won’t allow it…

  • Joseph Woolston Brick

    Can’t wait for it to open. I hope they extend the hours. I can’t remember the name of the stand, but there was a guy who made home made Perogies last year, Hope he’s there again this year. They were great! He was usually sold out by the time I could get down there.

  • Kelly Moran

    Extended hours and more inventory. They seem to run out of pie and bread early.