America's Oldest, Continuous Open-Air Market, est. 1752

Saturdays, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
On the Riverfront at Scott Park
130 Larry Holmes Drive, Easton, PA

Free Parking - Rain or Shine - EBT Accepted

Summer Is Here ...

...And so are some of the season's first summer veggies, fruits and specialty products - imagine blueberry sausage and blueberry kombucha - now that's special!

Our vendors are happy to offer you the beginning of summer's bounty -- and it will only get better as the season continues.

"Everything good, everything magical happens between the months of June and August."
-Jenny Han

Find us at Scott Park on Larry Holmes Drive from 9am-1pm | FREE PARKING IN MARKET LOTS

As Northampton County enters the Green Phase, the first hour at EFM will no longer be reserved for age 65+ and those with underlying health conditions.
Things are getting better but to keep everyone safe at EFM, masks or face coverings are still required as is maintaining 6' distance from other shoppers.
We're all in this together!
Grown with Love
Fresh Produce, Plants & Flowers
Primordia Mushroom Farm
Mushroom Musings by Jesse Tobin
Here at the farm we have been surviving by reinforcing/adhering to our systems. This has even extended to the household, I am reminded of a PA Dutch song I know that describes all the chores for each day of the week- if we deviate from the plan, chaos ensues! So my dinner routine has become somewhat fixed for the first time in my culinary life....

As many of you know, mushrooms can be a fabulous meat substitute. I use this to my advantage every single day! We do eat meat, but try to limit it to meat we can trade for with other vendors at markets, and even then, we try to go light. So Meatless Mondays have become a thing in our house. This past week we were all very very happy with my stuffed portabellos:

Cheesey Stuffed Mushrooms (serves 4)
8 portobello caps, destemmed and cleaned
2 cups cooked rice
1 cup breadcrumbs
10 oz feta, paneer, breadcheese or something like that- cut into 1/2 inch cubes
2 eggs
2 cloves garlic

Pre-heat oven to 350 deg F
Lay portobello caps out on a sheet pan.
Drizzle olive oil and grind a bit of salt over them.
In a medium sized mixing bowl, combine all other ingredients.
Fill each cap with mixture.
Bake for 35 minutes

A simple variation is to substitute shiitake caps (32 caps in that case) or crimini caps for a smaller bite/appetizer dish. Simple but wonderful! Enjoy!

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Phillips Farms
Blossoms you can eat!
Phillips Farms' zucchini is loving these warm temperatures! Also available Saturday will be squash blossoms - perfect for stuffing or frying. For a quick and refreshing summer appetizer, stuff zucchini blossoms with a soft cheese like fromage blanc from Haven Farmstead Table, add a sprinkling of sea salt & fresh herbs - delicious!

Strawberries are beginning to wind down for the season, while raspberries are in good supply. Also this week: spring garlic, garlic scapes, shelling peas, peas already shelled, sugar snap peas, rhubarb, radishes, greenhouse tomatoes, beets, leeks, carrots, cauliflower, arugula, mizuna, lettuce, kale, swiss chard, bok choy, fresh herbs and so much more.  Can you keep a secret? Early shoppers may find some fresh picked blueberries too.

Credit cards accepted. Online ordering available at Choose Easton Farmers Market as your pickup location. $20 minimum order requested.
Holy Cow Farm
Early summer blooms
Holy Cow Farm has a great selection of bouquets this week. All bouquets will include a bit of feverfew, an early summer treat with a nice herbal scent. Other highlights include the first zinnias of the year, royal sunset lilies, and refreshing mountain mint. Don't forget to pre-order on their website to be sure you get your weekly blooms! 

Pre-order here:
Cabbage Throw Farm
First cucumbers
This week will be the last chance to pre-order a Cabbage Throw Farm Grab Bag online. But do not fret, Grab Bags, Salad Lovers' Bags and more will still be available for purchase at market. This season's first cucumbers and fresh onions along with a head of lettuce, Napa cabbage, and purple top turnips will be in the Grab Bag this week.
In even more exciting news, field tomatoes should be ripening up within the next few weeks, garlic is being harvested, green beans will soon be flowering, and fall plantings are underway. Coming to market this weekend: kale, rainbow chard, collard greens, salad greens, radishes, turnips, herbs, fresh garlic, edible flowers, bok choy, kohlrabi, fennel and more
Comeback Orchards
Organic berries
Organic strawberry season is winding down, but Comeback Orchards is still picking the late season berries. Malwina, a new strawberry with excellent flavor is producing well, but quantities will be limited. They're also picking a few berries from the recently planted A.C. Valley Sunet strawberry plants, a recent introduction from Nova Scotia. 

The first raspberries of the season will be available this week. Organic salsa in three heat categories, organic ketchup, organic applesauce and organic fruit butters will also be on the table.
Salvaterra's Gardens
More in the lineup this week
This week the lineup grows a little more! Salvaterra's will have lettuce mix, arugula, red and green head lettuce, romaine, kale, collards, Swiss chard, green cabbage, Napa cabbage, fennel, parsley, dill, cilantro, carrots, radishes, scallions, beets, and slicing tomatoes. Tomatoes are in abundance in the greenhouse! And new this week are basil and mint.

More sales this week too! Lettuce 2/$5 | Kale 2/$5 | Scallions 2/$3 | Lettuce Mix and Arugula 2/$5.

Scholl Orchards
First sweet cherries
New this week at Scholl's are sweet cherries and tomatoes from the high tunnel!

Ben just pressed their last batch of apple cider until the fall - so supplies may be limited. The Scholl Team will also be bringing EverCrisp and Pink Lady apples along with veggies and their lineup of jarred products.
T he Backyard Growers
Color your garden
Gaillardia (bicolor, peach, red and yellow), coreopsis, foxglove,day lilies (Stella Supreme), lavender, agastache,salvia (annual and perennial), sunflowers, 3" and 4" pots of individual vinca and gazania plants, six varieties of colorful Caladium. Herbs:Greek oregano and common mint. As always a limited number of each offering.
From the Creamery
Cheese,Yogurt & Butter
Haven Farmstead Table
Cow's Milk Artisan Cheese & Butter
What's on the table? Haven Farmstead has a rotating mix of fresh and aged cheeses made from the milk of their pastured-cow herd. The cows' grass-based diet ensures the milk is flavorful, and that the cheese represents the unique terroir of their pastures. Ripened cheeses are a mix of classic styles such as Brie, Blue, Tomme, and Alpine. Fresh cheeses such as Curds, Feta, and Fromage Blanc are made with whole milk to ensure they're decadent and packed with healthy protein and fats.

Haven Farmstead sources certified organic, grass-based cream for their butter which they culture for depth of flavor and probiotic value. Uncultured, salted butter is also offered.

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Raspberry Ridge Creamery
Sheep's Milk Cheese & Yogurt
Rob is featuring sheep milk Brebis Blanche cheese this week. A spreadable cheese with mild taste, it comes in several flavors - White Truffle, Cinnamon & Honey, Apricot & Sage and Original. Great for a breakfast toast spread, on a cracker with beer and wine, or in your favorite omelette.

Don't miss the feta cheese made from pure sheep milk giving it a creamy texture and mild flavor. Good on a sandwich, a salad or a quick snack. And of course creamy sheep yogurt, original Greek Yogurt in plain and maple flavors.

Just Baked
Sweet and Savory
Seasonal sweets & savories
Chicken pot pie, fresh blueberry pie, and apple turnovers are a few of PIE + TART’S best selling items and they are all at the market this Saturday.
And making a special appearance is their famous
Meatloaf Welli-Bombe: A tender single serving of beef & pork meatloaf, deep flavored mushroom pate/duxelles, prosciutto and finally flaky pastry, baked till golden. Welli-Bombe supplies are limited so get down to Pie+ Tart@EFM and grab yours early.

Check their website for frozen items available for preorder and pickup Saturday between 9am and 1pm.
Tomblers Bakery
Flaky pies and pasties
Rhubarb pies are still available: Strawberry Rhubarb, Cherry Rhubarb, Rhubarb Custard and Regular Rhubarb. Cherry, and Blueberry and Lemon Sponge pies as well. Plenty of Pasties...
9 varieties to choose from. This week's special is a mini request...Shepard's Pie...Homemade filling topped with fresh mashed parsley buttery potatoes all wrapped in a flaky pastry crust. Supply limited. Call the Bakery at 484-515-9968 if you would like to reserve some. Weyerbacher grain infused Pizza Crusts are back for quick summer dinners. Pierogies, cookies, and shortbread too.

Apple Ridge Farm
Bread from a wood-fired brick oven
From the Stone Oven Bakery at Apple Ridge.

Stop by Apple Ridge's tent for sourdough breads, cookies, scones, croissants, Bavarian-style pretzels, granola, chicken pot pies, soups, mustard, and a number of other farm products. And this week don't miss the freshly baked garlic asiago sourdough bread.
From the Pasture
Meat, Eggs (and More)
Breakaway Farms
Seasonal sausage & July 4th BBQ
Farmer Nate made a fresh batch of Blueberry Thyme Sausage for your pleasure! It’s the first batch of the season and they only make it through July! You won’t want to miss this refreshing blend of sweet and savory seasonal sausage!

Also, it’s time to start thinking about your 4th of July celebrations! Breakaway Farms has all the BBQ items you need! Whether you’re grilling steaks, burgers, sausages, or chops, or firing up the smoker for that perfectly smoked brisket, roast, or ribs!

Order online at by 1pm on Friday to pick up at market… it’s quick and easy and availability is guaranteed!
Local Beverages - Fermented | Crafted | Roasted
Portch Tea
Blueberries in a bottle
Did you say blueberries in a bottle? Yup, with chamomile. And 4% ABV.

Farmer George grows the sweetest chemical-free berries in the Valley. And Don takes this early summer bounty and brews it into a delicious kombucha.
The DeVault family's motto:

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Tolino Vineyards
Wine in the summertime
Chardonnay - $19.99
Pinot Grigio - $14.99
Lilly - $14.99
The 050 - $11.99
Fuzzy. - $14.99
Mamas Rose - $11.99
Next Generation - $11.99
Papas Red - $14.99
Rad Red - $14.99
Sunnyside -$11.99
For the Body
Herbal Soap & Skin Care
Teels Hill Soapworks
Handcrafted with natural ingredients
This week Teels Hill is featuring citrus soaps.

Lemon Sunshine -- brighten your day with a blend of lemons & a twist of ginger and black pepper gives this bar some warmth too.
Lemon Lime -- a blend of lemon and lime sweet and tart.
And Creamsicle soap -- tangerine,sweet orange and coriander makes this one sweet with a hint of vanilla.
Lemon Lime Airspray goes well with any of these citrus soaps.
This Week's Guest Vendors
Located in the Park Area near the Larry Holmes Statue
Be Love Succulents
is back this week with more beautiful succulents!!
Lots to choose from in every price range.

Did you know Be Love can customize a container you have?They can take something that has sentimental value or is just collecting dust and turn it into a unique centerpiece! Bring your container and get a quote right at the market. The finished piece can be picked up at EFM the following week or at their next show date or in the Easton area. Be Love also ships all over the US! (Some limits apply depending on type of container.)
Feel free to contact them ahead of Saturday's market with questions at:
Brady’s Botanicals™
Federal and State compliant Whole Plant Full Spectrum Hemp Oil company based in beautiful Bucks County.

Certified organic, locally grown CBD products for pets and people. Check out their new "Calming Pack" a mental health first aid kit. They also have wonderful products for peaceful sleep, post work-out, muscle aches and more.

All products are USA grown using organic farming practices.
Always non-GMO, vegan, containing zero herbicides or pesticides.

Mud and Maker
Back at the riverfront!

Always inspired by natural surroundings, Mud & Maker loves their new location at Scott Park by the falls. This Saturday find new illustrated plates and lots of gnomies.

And be sure to check out the special on handmade face masks too! Lots of colors and designs to choose from.
Choose any 3 masks for $25. Available in both kids and adult sizes

How to Get to the Market's FREE Parking Lots:
Since Larry Holmes Drive is closed to traffic during the market hours, you'll need to access the parking lots at Ferry & Second Streets (turn right off of Ferry St., just past the US Post Office), or via Green and Northampton Streets (turn at the Grand Eastonian Hotel). Signs are posted.

FREE parking is also available in the City's Pine Street Garage.
Thank you to our Sponsors
for Supporting our Local Food System
Easton Farmers' Market
Scott Park
130 Larry Holmes Drive
Easton, PA 18042
Easton Farmers' Market is program of
Greater Easton Development Partnership