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42 Comments

  1. Nancy Andrighetti says:

    Hello,

    My product is called Aunt Nancy’s Famous Dressing, Its made with LOVE and All FRESH, Natural ingredients.

    My decadent Vinaigrette/Bleu Cheese is a dressing and marinade. Im a 30 yr. Greenwich resident, looking to get my self known and into the Farmer Market circuit.

    Please advise on how to be a seller.

    Thank you,

    Nancy

    • admin says:

      Hi Nancy,
      My best advice is to contact each market master. We don’t advise vendors on selling their products. Best of luck.
      Analiese

    • Nelly Rabinowitz says:

      If you are looking for a market to sell you dressing and marinade please do contact me vis email.Thank you

  2. Amy Burke says:

    Hi there. I am the co-market manager of the OG Farmer’s Market which started last summer. We are revving up for our second season to begin and I’m wondering how we can be included on your list of farmer’s markets in Fairfield County. Thanks.

  3. Nelly Rabinowitz says:

    We are in our 4th year of market.
    I am wondering if you can include us
    in your list of farmer s market in FC.
    Congratulations this looks great.
    Also it would be great to have a
    corner for FM manager to have dialogue on your site is that possible?
    Thank you.
    Nel

  4. Ashley Gross says:

    I work for an office park called Merritt 7. We have about 4,500 people in our 6 Building Office Park. I wondered if it would be possible to have a Farmer’s Market Setup at the Park one day, or maybe a recurring day. Please let me know when you are available to discuss.

    Thanks,
    Ashley

    • admin says:

      Hi Ashley,

      I recommend contacting market masters for each farmers’ market directly to see if it can be arranged. There are health department fees that would have to be paid by each vendor that doesn’t already operate in Norwalk, so it would be important to ensure sufficient sales to justify the costs. I recommend starting with the Rowayton farmers’ market because those vendors will already have the sunk cost of a health department license. Contact Maggie Trujillo at 203-451-1750.
      Best,
      Analiese

    • Nelly Rabinowitz says:

      I think we work across one another.I am at Briggs High School.I may be able to help you find a couple of farmers are you still interested?email me.

  5. Arron says:

    Any chance the farmer market next to the Danbury Fair Mall making a comeback? Please? Are there any similar merkets available in the Danbury-New Fairfield area? Thank you.

    • admin says:

      Arron, that market won’t return. The company is now Fresh Nation and is doing different work in the local food space. We’ll update you soon. Danbury City Center would be your market.

  6. Harold says:

    Hi,

    How can I find Winter Farmers Markets in Fairfield County to sell my produce? I have been unable to reach anyone at the Weston winter market.

  7. Gabrielle Engh says:

    resubmitting because the first attempt went off oddly formatted!

    You know your farmer, you know your food.
    Now stand up for your farmer, stand up for your food!
    The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has proposed new rules that will have a huge impact on how fresh fruits and vegetables are grown and processed in the US. Everyone has a role in ensuring our nation’s food is safe – from the farmers who grow it to the folks who take it home and prepare it. But unless we act now, these new rules will have a devastating impact on the farmers and businesses responsible for putting fruits, vegetables, and other healthy foods on America’s dinner plates – which, in turn, affects our health and well-being. Right now, we have a chance to tell the FDA that this is unacceptable – and we need your help to do it. As currently written, the rules will:
    •Put many farms out of business
    •Reduce our access to fresh, locally produced food found at farmers’ markets, CSA’s and local food stores
    •Reduce the supply of fresh, local produce in schools and hospitals
    •Push farmers to tear out wildlife habitat
    •Increase the use of chemicals rather than natural fertilizers
    For more information and support with commenting:
    National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition (202) 547-5754 sustainableagriculture.net #fixFSMA
    4 Foods That Could Disappear If New Food Safety Rules Pass by Tom Philpott tinyurl.com/k9aoh7d
    In Connecticut:
    CT NOFA (203) 308-2584 ctnofa.org & Invitation to CT NOFA’S Winter Conference March 8, 2014
    Forage & Eat Well with the Fairfield Green Food Guide http://fairfieldgreenfoodguide.com
    PUBLIC COMMENT FINAL DEADLINE IS NOVEMBER 15, 2013

  8. Sarah says:

    Who can I contact if I am interested in being a vendor at the Black Rock Farmers Market? Thank you!

  9. Liz says:

    Luckily I have a friend from Black Rock, other wise I would have no idea. The managers personal email is Michelle.margo@gmail.com

  10. Maryann Bhat says:

    Just made your recipe for the brussel sprout greens and cheesy polenta. It was delicious! Very easy to follow adn all turned out well. My family really enjoyed some differenct greens! Thanks

  11. Shonda says:

    We would like to sell our product at your farmers market! We sell Organic/Conventional Freeze dried fruit/veggies
    203-893-9384

  12. D. Rufus Savage-Friedman says:

    Wow!!! I’m knocked out by your News Letter.
    I lived in Fairfield County from 1952 to 1969 in Westport then Weston. Both my parents (Harold and Ina) are buried at the Unitarian Church in Westport my sister Nancy was married there. I knew the Wakeman’s (best and sweetest corn in the world) My father would have huge arguments with Mrs. Wakeman about farming and turkey raising but only because the both liked to argue. I live in southern Mendocino County California on the coast and am on the executive board of my local Grange. (was a member of the Weston Grange) We are attempting to do what it looks like you are already doing, which is supporting limited sustainable farming. Our current big and ongoing project is to make a commercial kitchen so that local farmers (non-farmers as) well can make salable products from their produce and livestock. Keep up the good work you are an inspiration to me.

    • admin says:

      Welcome to the blog! Wakeman Town Farm is indeed doing wonderful work and it’s great to hear about your endeavors and I wish you success with the community kitchen.

  13. Nelly Rabinowitz says:

    I was wondering if I can post that the bethany market is looking for new vendors for the season? Any chance you can email me.?

 
 

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