Princeton University Farmers’ Market

2023 Vendor List


Sprouts Flowers: Sprouts is a mobile flower truck business aiming to bring local and homegrown fresh flowers and adorable succulents to the Tri-State area. Think food truck but for flowers!


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


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.

The Granola Bar

The Granola Bar is located right in Princeton with granola made from the freshest ingredients and 100% organic whole grain oats! 

The Soupeteer is a woman-owned food stand based in Flemington, NJ, providing fresh seasonal soups at local farmers’ markets.

Pickle Licious established in 1995, now based in Teaneck, NJ can be found at over 45 weekly farmers’ markets throughout New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania. Pickle Licious was written up in The New York Times and New York Magazine, featured on MTV and CNN, and was voted “Best Pickles” by the Jewish Standard Newspaper for eight years in a row!

Om Champagne Tea created in 2009 sells specialty, traditional kombucha for hydration, digestion, and delicious tastes!

Judith’s Dessert Boutique is a Ewing, NJ based small pastry and cake business committed to only using the freshest ingredients and all baked from scratch.

Pies & Quiches is a woman owned bakery located in Saddle Brook, NJ with fresh, made from scratch pies, quiches, and bakery items!

Roper’s Way Farm is a black owned business specializing in jams, jellies, and relishes.

Catalina Empanadas is based in Hopewell, NJ and serves freshly baked Chilean style empanadas and salsa.

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