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

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


Free Parking - Rain or Shine - EBT Accepted - Dogs Welcome
Tuesday was the official beginning of autumn and we have been enjoying some cool comfortable days. It always feels good to put on a sweater or sweatshirt and go out to enjoy the fall weather, and nothing is better than an autumn day at EFM. The season may have changed, but farmers still have a bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables -- and grilling pastured meats is a fall favorite too!

“The heat of autumn is different from the heat of summer.
One ripens apples, the other turns them to cider.”
Jane Hirshfield, The Heat of Autumn
Grown with Love
Fresh Produce, Plants & Flowers
Scholl Orchards
First Cider of the Season -
And don't forget the donuts!!
Scholl's apple cider is pressed daily and is unpasteurized. Fresh apples this week include Honeycrisp, Gala, Macintosh, Crimson crisp, Crimson gold, Empire, Cortland and Fuji. And apple cider donuts make their first appearance.

Vegetables: Zucchini, Cucumbers, Peppers, Eggplant, Onions, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Cabbage, String beans, Red and yellow beefsteak tomatoes
Plum tomatoes (bulk available for canning), Cherry tomatoes
Other fruits: Watermelon and Bartlett pears
Cabbage Throw Farm
Happy Fall from the Cabbage Patch Kids!
Farmers Dean and Emily will be offering a special on all bagged baby greens this weekend in celebration of the Autumn Equinox. Mix and Match baby arugula, baby kale, spring mix and/or farmers’ mix, 3 bags for $10.

In other news, an extra early frost hit Cabbage Throw Farm this past week, killing off the last of their summer crops. Slicing and cherry Tomatoes, eggplants, and peppers will be making their final appearance for the season. But sweet roots and all things green and leafy are still thriving and well. Also at market this weekend: Beets, salad turnips, radishes, Bok choy, kale, collards, herbs and more.
Comeback Orchards
Organic Fruit and Jarred Products
Check out what's on Farmer Pete's table:.
Organic raspberries and pears and a variety of fruit butters and specialty tomato products.
Salvaterra's Gardens
Autumn Favorites
Seasonal squash is at Salvaterra's along with their weekly lineup of lettuce mix, arugula, head lettuce, collards, kale, bok choy, parsley, dill, cilantro, basil, cabbage, eggplant, bell peppers, sweet Italian frying peppers, poblano and jalapeno peppers, spaghetti squash, butternut squash, yellow onions, red potatoes, red beets, carrots, scallions, tomatoes, and cherry tomatoes.

Phillips Farms
Crazy for Cider
Everyone is going crazy over Phillips Farms freshly pressed Apple Cider! The regular variety is crazy delicious, but if you haven’t tried the Honeycrisp variety then put that on your market list this week. Made purely from Honeycrisp Apples -- availability is limited.

Fruits you will find this weekend at Phillips Farms: Raspberries, Honeycrisp Apples, Asian Pears, Bartlett Pears, Grapes, and many varieties of apples, the newest ones include Jonagold, Golden Delicious and Red Cameo.

Credit cards accepted. Online ordering available at Choose Easton Farmers Market as your pickup location. $20 minimum order requested.
Vegetables this week: Spaghetti squash, honeynut squash, butternut squash, cauliflower, broccoli, arugula, Jersey tomatoes, green beans, peppers, zucchini, carrots, kale, beets, onions, garlic and more. And don’t forget the fragrant bunches of Eucalyptus! Coming soon: Pumpkins.
Holy Cow Farm
Last Round of Beauty
Holy Cow Farm will be saying goodbye for the season this weekend. The arrival of frosty mornings means it's time for the flowers to wind down and for preparations for next year to begin. They'll bring one last round of their beautiful blooms to market for you to enjoy. This week's bouquets will feature fall-inspired colors as well as some long lasting varieties to take you into the fall. Be sure to stop by one more time!

Pre-order here:
The Backyard Growers
Apple Crisp!
This week Backyard Growers are featuring the Haralson apple -- crisp, juicy, white flesh that is mildly tart to the taste. It is good for eating and baking (it holds its shape when baked) and keeps well in the refrigerator. The Haralson apple was developed by the University of Minnesota and released for commercial production in the early 1920's. It is a cross of two cold hardy apples, Malinda from Vermont and Wealthy from Minnesota. Its greatest contribution to the world of apples, however, is in the apples developed from it. It was crossed with the Golden Delicious to produce the Honeygold, which in turn was crossed with the Macoun to produce the Honeycrisp.
From the Creamery
Cheese,Yogurt & Butter
Raspberry Ridge Sheep Creamery
Roasted Feta.- What??
What makes sheep yogurt and cheese even better? Farmer Rob says feta cheese goes great with a little honey - or you can roast the feta using this simple recipe from

Pasture Raised
Meat & Eggs
Breakaway Farms
Comfort Foods Back on the Menu!!
Are you excited for the arrival of Autumn? As the seasons change, and the cool evenings set in, we are all thinking about hearty, comfort meals! The thought of preparing your favorite beef roasts, soups, chowders, and more brings excitement and something to look forward to! And let’s face it, we could all use a few simple pleasures during such challenging times! 

Team Breakaway has you covered with all of the pastured, clean meats needed to prepare your favorite autumn meals and support your familiy's health! Stop by this week for Beef Roasts, Roasting Chickens, Ham Hocks, Sausages, Pork Roasts, Bacon, and more!

You are welcome to browse the selection at market, or pre-order by 1pm on Friday for a quick and easy pickup! Visit to shop now!
Just Baked
Pie + Tart
It's Pie Season!
September FLEW by, didn't it?! It's officially Fall, which is another way of saying PIE SEASON!! Your hometown Pie Ladies are super excited about THAT, we assure you!

To celebrate, Lisa is making a most gorgeous Lamb Shepherd?s Pie, topped with luscious herbed mashed potatoes -- it's a wonder. Chicken Curry is on the menu along with Aussie Dinner Pies and Artichoke Strudels.

Sweet selections this week include Peach and Golden Plum Pie, our own Apple Butter Pie, Lemon Buttermilk Tarts, and....(DRUMROLL)...Golden Apple Dumplings.

Please use the link below to place an order!
See you all Saturday, down by the river. 
The Flour Shop
Back from Vacation!
Mary and Michael are bringing back the mini-carrot cake this week made with organic carrots from Salvaterra's Gardens and raw local honey from Stagecoach Apiaries. Ingredients that make this mini (individual) indulgence as healthy as it is delicious! Grab one this Saturday before they are sold out and check out all your favorites at The Flour Shop,

Savory Specialties
Farmstand Recipes
A Delicious Collaboration between the Highmark® Farmstand and the Easton Public Market Kitchen
Chef Scott is in the kitchen making comfort food for you to begin the fall season. Look for soups, sauces and salsa. (Okay, maybe salsa isn't a comfort food but it goes great with pita chips on game day for a delicious healthy snack.)

Check out all of the freshly made items this week!
Fermented I Crafted I Brewed
Fieldstone Coffee Roasters
How It Starts!
"Pushing Craft Coffee and Craft Tea to the Max” has always been Kevin and Kristina’s focus,
but sometimes it’s nice to mention how it starts: They try to find small estate coffees, organic, fair trade, and ones that can share a story. Check out these farmers in Honduras! It’s nice to know that while we enjoy Fieldstone's crazy craft coffees and
teas that we can actually make a difference in these ladies lives and they will have a better quality of life! GO LADIES!

 “Manos de Mujer” is a group of female coffee producers within the COMSA organization located in Marcala, Honduras. This initiative was started in September 2013 for the purpose of improving the living standards of the female members of COMSA that own and operate their own farms. But it’s not just coffee that these women produce, they are also part of a larger initiative of female farmers of COMSA trying to diversify their farms beyond coffee in an effort to have a more sustainable income throughout the year. To contribute, they’ve planted fruit and vegetable gardens and started raising chickens ,pigs and cows. This initiative by COMSA aims to promote gender equality at the farms and throughout the community.
Organic Fair Trade Woman Operated Honduran Coffee will be available this weekend at the
market, along with Bubble Tea, Nitros, and Hot Coffee.

Botanicals & Skin Care
Teels Hill Soapworks
Oh Baby!
Sweet Baby! This set includes soap, powder and a baby cheek balm. Scented with tangerine essential oil which is one essential oil gentle enough for your babies skin. The Sweet Baby Cheeks is gentle and works wonders on diaper rash. Small handmade cotton wash cloths by Susan are available. Just right for your little one.
Guest Vendors
Be Love Succulents

Rhonda's succulents don't like to be outside in cold temps so she has only two more market days at EFM - 9/26 & 10/10.
Want to help others and get a 10% discount on your TOTAL purchase at EFM? Help Be Love make Blessing Bags by bringing a donation of items for those in need. Click here for more information
Heart Beet Studios

Artist Emma Rimi’s pottery features small scenes and day dreams of personal growth moments in her life. Heart Beet Studios designs are perfect for that special gift or to grace your living space.
Each piece is dish washer, microwave, and food safe and made for everyday use.
Brady's Botanicals

Not just for people - Brady's Botanicals has Whole Plant Full Spectrum Extracts for Pets. Stop by to talk with Sharon and Roger and learn how their products can help you and your pets.
Brady’s Botanicals is a Federal and State compliant Whole Plant Full Spectrum Hemp Oil company based in beautiful Bucks County.
Happening this Week at EFM
EFM Merchandise Is Back

We almost sold out last Saturday but we are expecting more merchandise to arrive this week.

Check out the Merchandise Table at the West end of the market and find your favorite EFM market bag, hoodie or tee. And don't miss the new bee magnet.
Saturday September 26 is
EFM Volunteer Appreciation Day
As the sun rises at Scott Park on Saturday mornings, EFM volunteers are hard at work setting up the market - only to return at the end of the market to take down all of the equipment and store it until the next week.

If you see an EFM volunteer as you make your way around the market loop this Saturday, shout out a 'Thank You' or flash a 'Thumbs Up' to show your appreciation for their outstanding support of the market in these challenging times.
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.
Thank you to our Sponsors
for Supporting our Local Food System
Easton Farmers' Market
Scott Park
128 Larry Holmes Drive
Easton, PA 18042
Easton Farmers' Market is program of
Greater Easton Development Partnership