Sunny and seasonal

Looks like some great weather for the Market, again. Lots of produce coming from the fields. Beets, carrots, corn, tomatoes, lettuce, onions and so much more.

Vendor information

Each week we have 20 vendors, our “Total Market Vendors,” that will be at the market every week through October 26. We have another 7 to 12 vendors, our “Other Weekly Vendors,” that come on a set amount of either consecutive weeks, biweekly or monthly. Our lineup for this week is below.

Dufort Farms will be at the Market with their grass fed beef. Did you read the article about them in The Sun Chronicle?

Jack’s Snacks, a dog bakery the specializes in gourmet dog biscuits will be back at the Market. Pirate Bones will be here also selling their dog snacks, collars, leashes and toys.

The Attleboro Farmers Market Mason Jars with straws for sipping cold drinks are back.

Take the bus

Did you know that the GATRA bus can take you right to the Attleboro Farmers Market? and you get a free shopping bag!  

Vendor list* for this week

Total Market Vendors:

Links to vendors’ websites are in the sidebar –>

  • Amir’s Natural Foods
  • Apponagansett Farm
  • Be Sweet Bakery
  • Breezy Knoll Farm
  • Coastal Vineyards
  • Foxboro Cheese
  • The Fresh Catch
  • Garden Farms
  • Indoor Organic Farm
  • Langwater Farm
  • Netties Kettle Corn
  • The Olive Tap
  • Product of the Hive
  • Proofed Artisan Breads
  • Razzo Coffee
  • A Summer Place Farm
  • Trolly Crossing Farm
  • Wetu Farm
  • Wheatless Bliss

This week’s Other Vendors:

  • Linda’s Kitchen
  • Dufort Farm
  • Smackadoodles
  • Jack’s Snacks
  • John Atkinson, Recycled Silver
  • Emilio’s Floral Delights
  • Pirate Bones
  • Vermarje tea
  • Sacs de Chiffon

*Vendor list is subject to change.

Food Pantry donations always accepted

Attleboro Farmers Market is sponsoring a weekly food drive to help those in need. We ask that you bring healthy non-perishable and not out-of -date food products that will be donated to The Hebron Food Pantry and The Society of St. Vincent de Paul which includes St. Joseph’s Food Cellar, Holy Ghost Church, St. Theresa of the Child Jesus, St. John the Evangelist, and Murray Unitarian Church. Food items such as soups, peanut butter, canned fruits and vegetables, pastas, sauces and canned meats are welcome. Cash or check donations will also be accepted. Each week will benefit a specific Food Pantry. Check Attleboro Farmers Market website or Facebook page to see which organization will be benefitting each week.


 

The Attleboro Farmers Market is located at Finberg Field, 732 Park Street, Route 118, in Attleboro, Massachusetts. We are open Saturdays from 9 to 1 through October 26. We are members of the Southeastern Massachusetts Agricultural Partnership, Mass Farmers Market Association and American Farmland Trust.

Attleboro Farmers Market logos are available online at attleborofarmersmarket.com/contact-afm/afm-logos

For more information contact Heather Porreca, Market Manager at 508-736-9061, attleborofarmersmarket@gmail.com.

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