Meet Our Vendors
|Richfield Farmers Market Map & Vendor List
We are excited to be onboarding our 2023 vendors for our upcoming May through October season.
This spring we launched an interactive map, which shows the vendor list for each date, vendor contact information and description, and the vendor's location in the market for each date.
This map is updated frequently to reflect new additions, changes and cancellations, please note that it is subject to change. Click the map below or the link above to view our interactive map.
2022 Winter Market Vendors
|Vendor Name||Scheduled Dates||Description:|
||11/19||12/3||12/17||Seed bead handmade jewelry. Made with glass beads, thread, chain.|
|The Artisan Peddler
||11/19||12/3||12/17||Custom glass pieces, stained glass ornaments and frames, hand-made greetings cards, hair ornaments.|
||11/19||12/3||12/17||South American foods, including empanadas & baked goods.|
||11/19||12/3||12/17||Baked goods such as cupcakes, cookies, bars, and candy.|
|Becky's Crochet & More
||11/19||12/3||12/17||Handmade crochet items: dish cloths, scrubbies, coasters, hats, scarves, gloves, headbands; Light up party bottles; Seasonal decor.
|Cakejam||12/3||12/17||Locally produced, organic, gluten sensitive baked goods that include cookies, cakes, pies and hand pies, cupcakes, quick fruit breads, rustic breads, sourdough, roasted cashews and crackers.
|Cakesicles by Heather Martha
||11/19||12/17||Cakesicles (cake pops) / dipped pretzels / chocolate covered cookies|
|Eichten's Cheeses, Gifts, & Specialty Foods
||11/19||12/3||12/17||3rd Generation Artisan Cheese Factory: variety of cheeses, bison meat, and gift baskets.|
|Flourish Ceramics||11/19||12/3||12/17||Flourish Ceramics Studio is a local pottery collaboration between artists Mary and Matt, in NE MPLS.
They create functional pottery that people want to see and use as a part of their daily routine.
|Going Bean||11/19||12/3||12/17||Upcycled wool sweater mittens and wooden farmhouse signs. Going Bean is partnered with 'One Tree Planted' to plant a tree for every pair of mittens sold.
|In Stitches||11/19||12/3||12/17||Hand made items either sewn or knitted: pot holders, kitchen towels, aprons, fleece mitten and slippers. Knitted hats, slippers, and mittens as space allows.
|Jewelry by Samy||11/19||I make handmade up-cycled jewelry including necklaces, bracelets, earrings and more. We feature affordable items for people of all ages.
|JR27 Race Bakery||11/19||12/3||12/17||JR27 Race bakery has treats for everyone, including gluten-friendly and vegan options. Fall treats will include an expanded variety of seasonal quick breads as well as a variety of XL seasonal cookies and cookie trays for sharing and holiday parties.
|Keaton's Bakery||12/3||12/17||My name is Keaton and I'm 9 years old. I make cake pops, cupcakes, cookies and brownies. I think people will enjoy me and my baked goods. And, I give part of my earnings to charity.
Homemade all natural dog treats!
Home based baker offering decorated sugar cookies, macarons, gourmet bakery-style cookies, and cocoa bombs.
|Minnesota Food Forest||11/19||12/3||12/17||
We are a small farm based out of Taylor's Falls, MN. Minnesota Food Forest produces maple syrup, honey, mushrooms, ramps, fiddleheads and we process hemp. We grow using no chemicals in our productions and use multi-cropping techniques.
|New Frontier Farms||11/19||12/3||12/17||
New Frontier Farms is a first generation, family farm working towards our dream of being your one stop shop for meat, eggs, and dairy. We pasture raise pork, chicken, turkey, rosé beef, and eggs. Additionally, we make handcrafted goat milk soap with milk from a beautiful herd of dairy goats. We also sell their milk and other meat products for our Diesel Fuel raw pet food line.
Northcast sells fish fry batter in rotating flavors and a signature dry rub seasoning. Both products have multiple uses. We also sell handmade jewelry, candles, pottery and art.
|Perfectly Imperfect Baking||11/19||12/3||12/17||Cottage Baker specializing in Jumbo Cookies, Bundt Cakes and Scones. Will also be offering mini pies, and options to order ahead for Holiday Sampler platters. Additional cottage foods items.|
|Pillars of Throw||11/19||12/17||Incorporating natural ingredients and making every candle, cold processed soap, lotion and wax melt by hand, our brand focuses on high-quality ingredients that are kind to your skin, and your environment.|
|Sweet Sarah's (Caramels)||11/19||12/3||12/17||Homemade flavored caramels (soft and chewy): plain vanilla, sea salt, maple, apple, cinnamon, peppermint, and coconut|
SoFull Chai is chai inspired by traditional Indian masala chai. My product features black tea + my homemade blend of spices that creates an authentic, spicy chai.
|Soul to Soul (Southern) BBQ||11/19||12/3||12/17||
Memphis style cooking with an appropriate use of spices and blends on smoked meats, fried food item and southern traditional side dishes.
|Tosca Artisan Crafts||11/19||12/3||12/17||Italian themed jams, jellies, pickles, sauces, and spreads made with local, organic ingredients
|Two Loaves and a Fisch||11/19||12/3||12/17||We make pickles, jams, relishes and other preserved foods. We also make naturally fermented breads, desserts and spice mixes.
|UnityinCommunity||11/19||12/3||12/17||UnityInCommunity Tees and Hoodies. Bringing awareness to a Lifestyle not a Movement.
|Vic's Kettle Corn||11/19||12/3||12/17||Popcorn flavors : caramel, , kettle, cheddar, Vic's mix, and creamy dill
|Wood Carvings by Anne||11/19||12/3||12/17||Wood pieces made from both locally found and purchased woods. Pieces are made on a lathe, band saw, and router. Pieces include ornaments, pens , wine bottle stoppers and vases/ candle holders.
|Yum Microgreens||12/3||12/17||Yum Microgreens is a small ‘direct to community’ microgreens farm that offers home delivery in the Southwest Twin Cities Metro area. We also participate in local Farmers Markets where we sell a wide range of yummy microgreens such as sunflower, broccoli, radish, and many more!
Wondering where a vendor’s farm is located? Want to know the best way to prepare a certain type of produce? Need canning advice? 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 85 miles of Richfield. Generally, the produce that you buy at our markets has been picked that morning or the day before.
Wondering what other produce is in season in Minnesota and at our market? Check out:
MN Grown's In Season Produce Chart