Richfield Farmers Market Vendors - Winter Market & Richfield Farmers Market (Veterans Park)

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Come support our local farmers and producers at the farmers markets this season!

Produce 1   Tomatoes

Richfield Winter Market Vendors & Products:

(product and vendor availability subject to change)

Brand Farms – Apple chips, free range eggs, apple butter, honey, jams.

Bright Future Farms LLC - Aquaponically grown: green leaf and romaine lettuces, tilapia. Cookies, candies, breads, cakes, muffins and snack mix. (Bright Future Farms will be expanding to include cherry tomatoes, slicing tomatoes, dinosaur kale, cucumbers and herbs in the future.)

Craft & Vine Picklery - Artisan pickles: original dill & hot habanero.

Finca ElMar Coffee Co. - Whole bean coffee & brewed coffee by the cup from their family farm in Honduras.
Go Go Glam Household Goods – Sewn household goods, including aprons, placemats, table runners & table cloths.
Katrinkas Treasures, LLC - Fun colorful jewelry to wear Everyday!

Minnesota Food Forest – Maple syrup, maple sugar, maple cream, maple cotton candy, maple & other candies, honey, honeycomb, fruit leathers, jam, jelly, pickled products, other canned goods.

Natasha's Pierogi – variety of frozen pierogis, borscht, mushroom soup, sauces, dumplings, cabbage rolls, sauerkraut, etc.

Pet Wants Minneapolis – natural pet foods, treats and pet health care products.

Bee Tea Garden Art - Pollinator feeder garden art, cards & jewelry.

Scott’s Bees & Honey – clover honey, buckwheat honey & maple

The Smiling Olive - extra virgin fused and infused olive oils and aged, naturally flavored balsamic vinegars

Winter Goddess Foods – Chai latte mix, spiced nuts, caramels, toffee, wild rice bread 



Wondering where a vendor’s farm is located? Want to know the best way to prepare a certain type of produce? Need canning advice? Then ask our vendors! 

One of the greatest attractions to coming to a market vs. a grocery store is the ability to build connections through talking directly to the farmer/food producer. So if you ever have questions about what you are buying, we encourage you to ask the vendors themselves as they are best experts at the market.  

The Richfield Farmers Markets' vendors grow what they sell. And they bring their products on a weekly basis to the market from within 200 miles of Richfield. Generally, the produce that you buy at our markets has been picked that morning or the day before. We currently allow one vendor at the Saturday market to sell wholesale produce grown outside of Minnesota in addition their own MN produce. We believe that this adds to the overall market service and accessibility.

Wondering what other produce is in season in Minnesota and at our market? Check out: MN Grown's In Season Produce Chart

Jams        Cheese

2017 Richfield Farmers Market Vendors:

Home-Grown Produce

Bee’s Fresh Vegetables, Hastings, MN: Bee’s Fresh Vegetables is a family operated business. Our farm is located on the outskirts of the Twin Cities in Hastings. We have been with the Richfield Farmers Market for 7 years and hope our contribution meets the standards of a “well spent Saturday morning”. We have confidence that we can provide our customers with a variety of fresh vegetables that are freshly picked the night before. We have traditional vegetables including the big, red tomatoes, pickles, a selection of peppers, sweet bi-color corn. We know that the residents of Richfield are open-minded, so we like to carry potentially unfamiliar, but wonderful vegetables, such as bitter melon, ground cherries, and kohlrabi.

Chai Xiong’s Farm, Cannon Falls, MN: Chai Xiong’s farm is located in Cannon Falls, MN. For the past 12 years our farm was located in Rosemount, MN. We provide fresh products to our customers every weekend.  

Charles Xiong’s Family Farm, Farmington, MN

J & J Produce, Millville, MN: The Dondlinger Family Farm sells many varieties of sweet corn, pumpkins, squash (buttercup, butternut, acorn, spaghetti, and hubbard), melons (muskmelons & watermelons), and other produce.

Lor Family Market, Rosemount, MN:  Our family has been selling produce at this market since it first opened in 1990. We take pride in what we do. We would not sell what we would not eat ourselves. You will not be disappointed with our veggies. 

Kiatoukaysy Farm, Rush City, MN

Lor Yang & Family, Ham Lake, MN

Gray Schmitt LLC & Ridgeroll Farms: Gray Schmitt & Jules Schonecker are partnering with Ridgeroll Farms, a 40 year old family farm of Julie & Jerome Vergin. They will have starter plants (herbs, peppers, tomatoes, and other vegetables), bedding flowers (annuals only) and maple syrup products for sale. They will also have heirloom tomato juice & jalapeno pepper jam. At the market from May 20th-June 10th. 

Tong Moua & Family, Hastings, MN: Offer both Wholesale produce as well as their own homegrown produce when in season.

Tong See Yang and Family Farm, Lonsdale, MN

Xia’s Fresh, Rosemount, MN: We are a family owned farm. We have been growing vegetables for 26 years and flowers for 12 years. We grow only the best varieties of produce and flowers.

Meat and Dairy Products

Brand Farms, Farmington, MN: Our apple chips have been a hugely popular product and have expanded orchard & drying capacity to keep with demand. There is nothing added on or to the chips, ever! Just plain apple. Everyone loves them! Our fresh eggs are another hot item. We recently expanded to keep up with demand. The eggs are cage free, free range, just a day or two old. GMO free corn in our custom blended feed.

Aaron Brand, 651-206-9457, or

Eichten's Hidden Acres, Center City, MN: Eichtens was the first farm in the United States to produce farmstead Gouda cheese in 1976. They sell many varieties of European & American Cheeses (including cheese spreads) and Bison Meat products made or produced on the farm in Center, City, MN. Eileen Eichten-Carlson,eichtens@ 651-257-4752

Specialty Items

Addie's Gourmet Donuts, Plymouth MN: Come try fancy, gourmet mini donuts from Addie's this season! Flavors include Lemon Pie, Maple Bacon, Smore's, Grizzly, Chocolate Orange, Chocolate-Covered Strawberry, Cinna Sugar and more! Also sell coffee & hot chocolate. Family Owned and Operated. Jordon Serfling, 612-910-3745

Breadsmith of the Twin Cities, Minnetonka, MN: Freshly baked daily. Kosher pareve, preservative free artisan breads and baked goods. All prepared locally and by hand! 952-475-0099 or 

Greenhearts LLC: We are a family owned farm and produce fresh sweet potato noodles and Asian blend seasonings. We are dedicated to Farmers markets and our local communities.

NEW! Minnesota Food Forest: We are a small farm based out of Taylors Falls. MN Food Forest produces honey, shitake & oyster mushrooms, ramps, fiddleheads, and make fruit leathers with our berries. We grow using no chemicals in our productions and use multicropping techniques.

Paradise Bakery, Minneapolis, MN: Paradise Bakery will be selling lentle and meat sambusas, Ethiopian crepes, and Fathma chili sauce, as well as Ethiopian teas.

Scott’s Bees and Honey, Chaska, MN: Honey (Clover, Buckwheat, & Orange Blossom flavors), creamed honey, raw honey (when in season), many flavors of honey sticks, beeswax, and maple syrup products. Scott Herrmann, or 612-590-5863.

NEW! The Smiling Olive, Chaska, MN: The Smiling Olive opened its doors for the first time in Chaska, MN in March 2014. A small family business was born to satisfy the demand of Certified Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oils and Aged Balsamic Vinegars. At The Smiling Olive you’ll find the freshest, finest quality olive oils and balsamics (all natural flavors-no sugar, thickeners, or artificial color) from all over the world. The best thing yet? You can sample the wide variety of natural flavors! Stop by our location to taste more than 50 different flavors, or visit us at Richfield Farmers Market and try our selected flavors for that week! We are planning to be there the full Summer season!

Our oils/balsamics are great for salads, marinating meats, sautéing or roasting vegetables, bread dipping, grilling and roasting meats. It’s delicious over pasta, drizzled over bruschetta, ice cream, yogurt and oatmeal. Great for soups, sauces, salsas. Use in place of butter, margarine or vegetable oil. Plus, a wonderful way to enhance flavor in you drinking water without adding artificial flavor, or refined sugar! 

Tibetan Momo, Edina, MN: Tibetan momo is similar to other Asian dumplings but we make it from scratch and buy most of the available ingredients from local farms and prepare our dish, which will be much tastier and fresh. Dhondup Tsering or 952-220-5931 

Winter Goddess Foods, Minneapolis, MN: Winter Goddess Foods produces organic/fair trade and natural products without the use of chemicals or additives. Our baked goods are made with local ingredients from farmers we know. We are strong believers in supporting local business. We make our chai, granola, candles and baked goods with wholesome and clean ingredients to provide our customers with good things to eat and enjoy. Terry Williams, wintergoddessfoods@gmail.com 

Honey    Bread