Princeton University Farmers’ Market

2019 Vendor List

New vendors!

The Salad and Smoothie Market was designed with the healthy and freshest ingredients in mind. Opened in the winter of 2017 in Princeton, New Jersey. Customer service is key here. If you don’t see your favorite Salad or Smoothie here on our menu board allow us to create it for you. Homemade dressings for salads, hot oatmeal and healthy snacks provide a special touch to our shoppe. Smoothies are made with frozen fruit and vegetables and healthy liquids such as soy, coconut and almond milk. No ice fillers found here. Our commitment to the environment: We use recyclable salad containers, oatmeal containers and smoothie cups to help do our part in preserving the environment.

Kêr Farms: indoor farmers growing pesticide-free food locally. All of the plants grown at Kêr Farms are completely pesticide free. Strawberries are at the top of “dirty dozen” lists due to high levels of residual pesticides. No crops grown at Kêr Farms, not even strawberries, are sprayed or treated with pesticides. With only light, nutrients, and time, our plants are happy – we can tell by their fruit! Lead Horticulurist, Carolina Salazar ’18 takes care of the daily farm functions, ensuring successful growth and production of our plants.

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!

Returning vendors!


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.

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.