Princeton University Farmers’ Market

2017 Vendor List

Here are the fully confirmed vendors that will be participating in the Spring 2017 Princeton University Farmers’ Market:


Arlee’s Raw Blends is located right here in Princeton. Drinking raw juices is the easiest, fastest and most delicious way to take in essential enzymes and nutrients. Arlee’s juices are cold pressed daily from 100% local organic fruits and vegetables, and immediately glass bottled. They are proud to say…”Our juice is just the juice!”

Cherry Grove Farm is a diversified, sustainable dairy farm and creamery situated on 480 acres of woodland, wetland and pasture in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, making award-winning farmstead cheeses from our grass-fed raw cows’ milk. Our cheeses are made in small batches and aged on the farm, with attention paid to the craft of artisanal cheesemaking. Each piece reflects the distinct flavors, aromas and seasonal variations of our unique terroir. Developed from classic European recipes, our cheeses are American originals.


Nutty Novelties strives to produce the most delicious, healthy natural nut butters on the market, freshly ground in Souderton, PA.


Tassot Apiaries, Inc. is a family-run business created by Jean-Claude and Bea Tassot located in Hunterdon County with bee hives on many parcels of land throughout New Jersey. Since 2002, they specialize in raw, chemical free, high quality Artisan honey and bee products. Their long-lasting, pure beeswax candles have the delicious light and aroma of honey and their handcrafted natural soaps are offered in various natural fragrances. Tassot Apiaries produce prize winning honey which is locally harvested, raw, unfiltered, and unheated.


Terhune Orchards has been farming over 40 years on  a 200-acre farm in Princeton, NJ. They offer a variety of fruits, vegetables, cider and cider donuts, and also operate a winery with a wide selection of wines.


Orchard Farm Organics is a 61 acre sustainable organic farm located just outside of Princeton. It consists of fields of raised beds, berry patches and some fruit trees near the farmhouse, and woodlands and pastures beyond.

Whole Earth Center Short

The Whole Earth Center, a 45-year old independent not-for-profit natural foods store, plays a leading role in supporting local, organic, and sustainable agricultural in Princeton and New Jersey. Whole Earth is also a clearinghouse for local and national issues pertaining to healthy eating and environmental concerns of all kinds. Their whole grain bakery bakes from scratch every day using organic ingredients, and their vegetarian café relies heavily on local products in its ever-changing seasonal menu.

wildflourThe Wild Flour Bakery/Cafe features gluten-free and vegetarian baked goods. All of their facilities are completely gluten-free and vegetarian, with plenty of delicious vegan options as well.

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The High Meadows Foundation Sustainability Fund, the Office of Sustainability, the Office of Community and Regional Affairs, Campus Dining, the Graduate Student Government Events Board, and the Undergraduate Student Government Projects Board.