Here is a list or vendors that participated in the Spring 2015 farmers’ market:
Located in the heard of Princeton, Infini-T Café is a purveyor of fine Fair-Trade teas, coffee, and retail accessories from across the globe. At the market they will feature hot and iced teas and coffees, as well as home-baked goods and fresh sandwiches.
Jersey City Veggie Burgers specialize in vegan, soy-free veggie burgers that are made with whole grains, fresh vegetables, hearty beans and bold spices. Each Jersey City Veggie Burger is inspired by world cuisines and comfort food favorites. Market goers can purchase frozen packaged burgers or as ready to eat mini burgers prepared for you at the market.
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.
The Terra Learning Kitchen is a cafe located inside the Princeton YMCA/YWCA and is dedicated to fresh, healthy food and educating the community about the bountiful benefits of eating healthy.
Tico’s is a small, family owned and operated business located right here in Princeton, NJ. They pride themselves in producing the freshest fruit and vegetable juices in Princeton.
Located on 120 acres in Long Valley, Morris County, NJ, Valley Shepherd Creamery is an old fashioned creamery that milks over 500 sheep, 100 goats and 50 cows. They utilizes European traditional methods to produce many cheeses from grazed animals milk. All their hard cheeses, aged over 60 days, are made from raw milk and traditional rennet.
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.