vendor profiles

Our farmers and food sellers are the heart and soul of the Pleasantville Farmers Market. Their faces are familiar. The food is spectacular. And we look forward to seeing them as much as if they lived right here in the Village. Check out the list below to read a bit about your favorite purveyors, and find out when they’ll be here at the market.

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Aba's Falafel

name: Aba's Falafel
bio_text: Aba's Falafel, in Clinton Corners, New York, prepares falafel, salads, and tehini sauce, using organic chickpeas and locally grown seasonal ingredients. Great for a take-home lunch or as a mid-shopping snack.
category: specialty + prepared foods
frequency: -summer only
item_number: 2 of 55
Adair Vineyards

name: Adair Vineyards
bio_text: Adair Vineyards, in New Paltz, New York, on the edge of the picturesque Shawangunk Mountains, produces a variety of delicious wines from locally grown grapes and fruits. Taste what Marc and Lori Stopkie create in the winery, housed in a 200-year-old barn.
category: beverages
frequency: -summer only
item_number: 3 of 55
All You Knead Artisan Bakers

name: All You Knead Artisan Bakers
bio_text: All You Knead in Beacon, New York, crafts a wondrous variety of artisan breads, in many grains and flavors, not to mention croissants, bagels, bialys, pretzels, and breadsticks. Oh, and they bake everything on the day of the Market!
category: baked goods
frequency: Weekly
item_number: 4 of 55

name: Alpacatrax
bio_text: Alpacatrax, in Columbia County, NY, visits the Market for the holiday season with hand crafted alpaca shawls, scarves, socks, and boot warmers for gifts or a special occasion. All items are created using wool from their own herd.
category: non-edible products
frequency: -summer only
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Ardith Mae Farmstead Goat Cheese

name: Ardith Mae Farmstead Goat Cheese
bio_text: Ardith Mae Farmstead Goat Cheese, in Stuyvesant, New York, hand crafts several varieties of French-style fresh, soft ripened and raw milk cheeses, as well as goats' milk soaps.
category: dairy, specialty + prepared foods
frequency: Weekly
item_number: 7 of 55
Bombay Emerald Chutney Company

name: Bombay Emerald Chutney Company
bio_text: Bombay Emerald Chutney Company, in Yorktown, New York, creates delicious Indian chutneys, samosas, and marinades that will enliven any dish.
category: specialty + prepared foods
frequency: 3rd Saturday of each month
item_number: 8 of 55
Bread Alone

name: Bread Alone
bio_text: Bread Alone, in Boiceville, New York, began baking bread from organic ingredients in 1983. Now their list of products includes granolas, pastries, and pies.
category: baked goods
frequency: Weekly
item_number: 9 of 55

name: Buddhapesto
bio_text: Buddhapesto, in Woodstock, New York, makes one thing and one thing only: The best, most addictive basil pesto you have ever tasted.
category: specialty + prepared foods
frequency: Weekly
item_number: 10 of 55
Campanelli's Poultry Farm

name: Campanelli's Poultry Farm
bio_text: Campanelli's Poultry Farm, in Sullivan County, New York, has three generations of experience raising fresh poultry and eggs. Tony Campanelli and his family will also bring to market turkey, ducks, geese and lamb.
category: eggs, meat + poultry
frequency: Weekly
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Captain Lawrence Brewing Company

name: Captain Lawrence Brewing Company
bio_text: Scott Vaccaro has been producing award-winning craft ales using local ingredients ever since he opened Captain Lawrence in Pleasantville in 2006. Now that the brewery is in Elmsford, even more people get to enjoy his fine creations.
category: beverages
frequency: -summer only
item_number: 12 of 55
Chaseholm Farm Creamery (formerly The Real Live Food Company)

name: Chaseholm Farm Creamery (formerly The Real Live Food Company)
bio_text: Chaseholm Farm Creamery, in Pine Plains, New York, brings in small batch, soft ripened and longer aged raw milk cheeses. They also carry products from neighboring Ronnybrook Farm Dairy and new Jarcuterie (farm-crafted charcuterie).
category: dairy
frequency: Weekly
item_number: 13 of 55
Conant Valley Jams

name: Conant Valley Jams
bio_text: Conant Valley Jams, in South Salem, New York, creates small batch, handmade jams, marlmalades and chutneys which are remarkable for their clarity of taste and intensity of flavor. Unique fruits and recipes make their preserves an experience.
category: specialty + prepared foods
frequency: 1st & 3rd Saturdays of each month
item_number: 14 of 55
Cowberry Crossing Farm

name: Cowberry Crossing Farm
bio_text: Cowberry Crossing Farm, in Claverack, New York, is an organic and biodynamic farm, cultivating a symbiotic relationship between plants and animals for healthier food.
category: eggs, meat + poultry
frequency: Weekly
item_number: 15 of 55
Dancing Spirits Herbs

name: Dancing Spirits Herbs
bio_text: Dancing Spirits Herbs, in Sleepy Hollow, New York, produces artisanal herbal products using locally sourced plants and fair trade ingredients. Try their delicious vinegars, natural salves and sugar scrubs, liniments, lip balms and herbal teas.
category: specialty + prepared foods
frequency: 3rd Saturday of each month
item_number: 16 of 55
Demi Olive Oil

name: Demi Olive Oil
bio_text: Demi Olive Oil, a husband-wife team from Midland Park, New Jersey, offers a pure, extra virgin olive oil produced from olives grown on their farm in Greece. Harvested, bottled and sold by the farmers themselves, you can't get closer to the source.
category: specialty + prepared foods
frequency: 2nd & 4th Saturdays of each month
item_number: 17 of 55
Drink More Good

name: Drink More Good
bio_text: Drink More Good, in Beacon, New York, produces artisanal soda syrups using locally sourced and organic herbs and spices. Take home a syrup, or have a soda on tap over ice. They also carry 15 different blends of organic and fair trade loose-leaf tea.
category: beverages
frequency: -summer only
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Dutch Desserts

name: Dutch Desserts
bio_text: Dutch Desserts, in Kinderhook, New York, makes those incredible tarts your guests must try. From their original Dutch apple to the irresistible fudgy chocolate.
category: baked goods
frequency: Weekly
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Forty Weight Coffee Roasters

name: Forty Weight Coffee Roasters
bio_text: Matthew Marks of Forty Weight Coffee Roasters, in Ithaca, New York, will provide coffee beans and delicious, aromatic hot coffee at the Market. Forty Weight is a specialty coffee roaster, sourcing small family farms for the highest quality beans.
category: beverages
frequency: Weekly
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Go-Go Pops

name: Go-Go Pops
bio_text: Go-Go Pops, in Cold Spring, New York, has at least 70 varieties of mouthwatering, artisan fruit pops. New this summer Go-Go will have fresh pressed fruit and vegetable juices, ice cold agua frescas, and grab n' go salads. Refreshing!
category: specialty + prepared foods
frequency: Weekly
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Guyank Brand

name: Guyank Brand
bio_text: Guyank Brand, a husband-wife team in Queens, New York, makes those Guyanese-inspired, sweet hot, tangy spicy, fruity ouchy jams, sauces, and marinades that make people say "Thanks, may I have another" and mean it.
category: specialty + prepared foods
frequency: 2nd Saturday of each month
item_number: 22 of 55
Healing Home Foods

name: Healing Home Foods
bio_text: Healing Home Foods, in Pound Ridge, New York, is a local artisan producer of gluten-free and vegan granola, crackers and snacks, using many ingredients from regional farms. Doesn't that sound healthy AND tasty?
category: specialty + prepared foods
frequency: 1st & 3rd Saturdays of each month
item_number: 23 of 55
Hudson River Apiaries

name: Hudson River Apiaries
bio_text: Hudson River Apiaries, in Verplanck, New York, harvests and bottles a variety of pure honeys, never heated or infused. Try their creamed honey, bee pollen, award-winning beeswax candles, and the fantastic line of maple products they carry by Lanza Farms.
category: honey + maple products
frequency: 2nd & 4th Saturday of each month
item_number: 24 of 55
Hudson Valley Duck Farm

name: Hudson Valley Duck Farm
bio_text: Hudson Valley Duck Farm, in Ferndale, New York, raise ducks cage-free, antibiotic free and hormone free. 30 years of experience has taught them how to raise the healthiest, happiest ducks, and how to create flavorful fresh and smoked duck products.
category: meat + poultry, specialty + prepared foods
frequency: 2nd & 4th Saturdays of each month
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J&A Farm

name: J&A Farm
bio_text: J&A Farm, in the famous black dirt region of Goshen, New York, uses sustainable growing practices for a wide variety of healthful vegetables and herbs.
category: fruits + vegetables, culinary herbs, plants + flowers
frequency: -summer only
item_number: 26 of 55
Jake's Cakes

name: Jake's Cakes
bio_text: Jake's Cakes, in Sparkill, New York, offers sweet and savory treats created within their dedicated gluten free kitchen.
category: baked goods, specialty + prepared foods
frequency: 2nd & 4th Saturdays of each month
item_number: 27 of 55
Kiernan Farm

name: Kiernan Farm
bio_text: Kiernan Farm, in Gardiner, New York, raises hormone-free, antibiotic-free cattle on an all-grass diet then uses dry-aging for healthy, tasty, high-quality beef.
category: meat + poultry
frequency: Weekly
item_number: 28 of 55
Krazy for Kazu's

name: Krazy for Kazu's
bio_text: Krazy for Kazu's, in Falls Village, Connecticut, creates homestyle Japanese sauces, dressings, and spreads. Perfect with meats and veggies!
category: specialty + prepared foods
frequency: 4th Saturdays of each month
item_number: 29 of 55
Kriemhild Dairy Farms

name: Kriemhild Dairy Farms
bio_text: Kriemhild Dairy Farms, in Hamilton, New York, prides itself on using quality milk from grass fed cows to make their pastured Meadow Butter. Made only during the growing season their butter is barrel churned in small batches to an 85% butterfat. Yum!
category: dairy
frequency: 1st Saturdays of each month
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Little Croc Bakehouse

name: Little Croc Bakehouse
bio_text: Little Croc Bakehouse, in Dobbs Ferry, New York, creates vegan, nut-free, and gluten-free desserts that the entire family will love. Even those without allergies.
category: baked goods, specialty + prepared foods
frequency: Next visit December 6
item_number: 31 of 55
Little Seed Gardens

name: Little Seed Gardens
bio_text: Little Seed Gardens, in Chatham, New York, is committed to sustainable, organic farming that builds biological diversity for healthy crops and healthy people.
category: fruits + vegetables, plants + flowers
frequency: Weekly
item_number: 32 of 55
Living Edge Designs

name: Living Edge Designs
bio_text: Living Edge Design,of Rhinebeck, NY, handcrafts, tree to table, cutting boards and serving platters as beautiful and regional as the farmers market foods cut upon it! See them weekly at the Market until 11/22.
category: non-edible products
frequency: Visiting 12/6, 12/13 & 12/20
item_number: 33 of 55
Madura Farms

name: Madura Farms
bio_text: Dan Madura, of Madura Farms, in Goshen, New York, provides our indoor market with fresh winter-grown vegetables and cellared root stocks, and cultivates 12-15 types of gourmet mushrooms.
category: fruits + vegetables
frequency: Weekly
item_number: 34 of 55
Maupston Design Studio

name: Maupston Design Studio
bio_text: Maupston Design Studio, in New York City, NY, creates handspun artisanal yarns and textile art featuring locally sourced New York State fibers as well as exotic and recycled materials.
category: non-edible products
frequency: tba
item_number: 35 of 55
Mead Orchards

name: Mead Orchards
bio_text: Mead Orchards has provided us with a wide variety of apples, berries, and tree fruit for years, from a Tivoli, New York, orchard they have owned since 1916.
category: beverages, honey + maple products, fruits + vegetables, specialty + prepared foods
frequency: Weekly
item_number: 36 of 55
Neversink Farm

name: Neversink Farm
bio_text: Neversink Farm, in Claryville, New York, is committed to organic, no-till/high density farming to produce high quality vegetables. Their practices enable Neversink Farm to offer a wide range of fresh items year-round.
category: fruits + vegetables
frequency: Weekly
item_number: 37 of 55
Newgate Farms

name: Newgate Farms
bio_text: Newgate Farms, in East Granby, Connecticut, brings to the indoor market a wide variety of fresh, winter-grown greens and vegetables, cellared root vegetables, and baked goods using ingredients from their farm.
category: baked goods, fruits + vegetables
frequency: -summer only
item_number: 38 of 55
North Winds Lavender Farm

name: North Winds Lavender Farm
bio_text: North Winds Lavender Farm, in Pawling, New York, creates unique homemade lavender-filled products, culinary lavender items, and black birch products from lavender crops grown on the farm without the use of herbicides or pesticides.
category: baked goods, non-edible products, plants + flowers
frequency: -summer only
item_number: 39 of 55
Pickle Licious

name: Pickle Licious
bio_text: Pickle Licious, in Teaneck, New Jersey, who sells all sorts of pickles, olives, and spreads, is a hit with both adults and kids who eat a pickle-on-a-stick like an ice pop!
category: specialty + prepared foods
frequency: Weekly
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Pika's Farm Table

name: Pika's Farm Table
bio_text: Pika's Farm Table, in Big Indian, New York, has been making quiche from a family recipe since 2002, plus delicious tarts, soups, dips, and velvety bisque. And have you tasted their Market-baked Belgian waffles? Wow!
category: specialty + prepared foods
frequency: Weekly
item_number: 41 of 55
Pura Vida Fisheries

name: Pura Vida Fisheries
bio_text: Pura-Vida Fisheries, in Hampton Bays, New York, brings us the freshest fish and shellfish and often has a line as long as the ones they use to catch the food.
category: fish + seafood
frequency: Weekly
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Red Barn Bakery

name: Red Barn Bakery
bio_text: Red Barn Bakery, in Irvington, New York, transforms fresh, seasonal, organic ingredients into incredibly delicious tarts, pies, and other baked treats.
category: baked goods, specialty + prepared foods
frequency: 2nd & 4th Saturdays of each month
item_number: 43 of 55
Shawangunk Growers

name: Shawangunk Growers
bio_text: Shawangunk Growers, in Mount Hope, New York, offers well-established quart, one and two gallon perennials that are new, rare, collectible or native. Oh yeah, and beautiful! Growers Ed and Racheal Doty can share insights as landscape designers as well.
category: culinary herbs, plants + flowers
frequency: Visiting 3/14, 3/21, 3/28
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Simply Planted Greenhouses

name: Simply Planted Greenhouses
bio_text: Simply Planted Greenhouses(formerly Eden Farms Greenhouses), in West Milford, New Jersey, creates gorgeous, long-lasting, lush flowers that are naturally insect-resistant without the use of insecticides.
category: plants + flowers
frequency: Returning on 4/4/15
item_number: 45 of 55
Spice Revolution

name: Spice Revolution
bio_text: Spice Revolution connects home cooks with common and exotic spices of the highest quality, from all over the world. They also craft chocolates from fair trade organic cocoa beans into truly unique treats.
category: baked goods, culinary herbs, specialty + prepared foods
frequency: 1st & 3rd Saturdays of each month
item_number: 46 of 55
Spoonful Of Sugar Bakeshop

name: Spoonful Of Sugar Bakeshop
bio_text: Dedicated to offering quality gluten free baked goods, including cookies, breads, and award winning cakes, of Sugar Bakeshop creates its delicious baked items in its dedicated gluten free facility.
category: baked goods, specialty + prepared foods
frequency: 3rd Saturday of each month
item_number: 47 of 55
Stefan's Pure Blends

name: Stefan's Pure Blends
bio_text: Stefan's Pure Blends, in Wayne, New Jersey, handcrafts all natural kielbasa, pierogies, and other foods like your Polish grandmother used to make.
category: meat + poultry, specialty + prepared foods
frequency: 1st & 3rd Saturdays of each month
item_number: 48 of 55
The Peanut Principle

name: The Peanut Principle
bio_text: The Peanut Principle, in Cohoes, New York, has been creating gourmet peanut butters for 23 years. They offer great tasting standards as well as wild flavors you'll never see anywhere else!
category: specialty + prepared foods
frequency: 1st Saturday of each month
item_number: 49 of 55
The River Garden

name: The River Garden
bio_text: The River Garden, of Catskill, New York grows field cut flowers, herbs, and ornamentals, to create beautiful bouquets and wreaths.
category: plants + flowers
frequency: -summer only
item_number: 50 of 55
Tierra Farm

name: Tierra Farm
bio_text: Tierra Farm, in Valatie, New York, imports organic tree nuts, seeds, and fair-trade coffee, all of which they roast and process themselves.
category: beverages, specialty + prepared foods
frequency: Weekly
item_number: 51 of 55
Tousey Winery

name: Tousey Winery
bio_text: Tousey Winery, in Clermont, New York, overlooking the picturesque Hudson River and Catskill Mountains, grows Chardonnay, Riesling, and Pinot Noir grapes to create their unique, delicious, Hudson Valley wines.
category: beverages
frequency: -summer only
item_number: 52 of 55
Trotta Foods

name: Trotta Foods
bio_text: Foods, in Thornwood, New York, handcrafts a variety fresh pastas and pasta sauces, as well as mozzarella, ricotta and mascarpone cheeses, and other Italian specialties you can take home, enjoy, and pass off as your own.
category: dairy, specialty + prepared foods
frequency: Weekly
item_number: 53 of 55
Warwick Valley Winery & Black Dirt Distillery

name: Warwick Valley Winery & Black Dirt Distillery
bio_text: Warwick Valley Winery & Black Dirt Distillery, in Warwick, New York, creates a variety of wines, fruit wines, hard ciders, fruit liqueurs, and gin that have people singing for more.
category: beverages
frequency: -summer only
item_number: 54 of 55
Whitecliff Vineyard

name: Whitecliff Vineyard
bio_text: Whitecliff Vineyards, in Gardiner, New York, has built up over 30 years to become one of the largest family owned and operated wineries in the region, producing award winning, European-style wines.
category: beverages
frequency: -summer only
item_number: 55 of 55
Yellow Bell Farm

name: Yellow Bell Farm
bio_text: Yellow Bell Farm, in Elizaville, NY, is owned and operated by 3rd generation poultry farmer Katie Bogdanffy. Katie raises delicious, free-running roasting chickens and provides fresh, tasty brown eggs, both grown with zero antibiotics.
category: eggs, meat + poultry
frequency: Weekly