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Come Get Your Greens at WFM!

Feb 20, 2020 | Buying Local, Farmers' Markets | 0 comments

Saturday, February 22nd

Winter Market location

SAME GREAT produce, meat, dairy, bread, soap, honey and prepared foods.

Shop your favorite vendors at 

The Anchor Church

980 Durham Rd (Rt. 413)

Wrightstown, PA (use Newtown for GPS)

Hours: 10 – 12 PM


March 14th and 28rd

April 11th and 25th

Interested in being a vendor for the 2020 WFM regular season market, which runs every Saturday from May 2nd through November 21st. Click here for the Vendor Application.

Looking to Get Involved with the Market?

Vendor Specials

Naturally @ Holben

In addition to their full line of grass fed beef, they are offering pastured turkey which includes Maple Breakfast Links, Sage Sausage & Smoked Turkey Breast. Visit them at their stand for information on purchasing grass fed beef quarters and halves.

Nutty Novelties

Nutty Novelties has a wide variety of nut butters, including this limited time Mochaccino Peanut Butter! Gives you the best of both worlds, so don’t wait too long it might be gone soon.

Macungie Mountain Herb Farm

They will bring both Beef and Vegan Chili and Amazing Focaccia Sandwiches that come on their Onion-Rosemary Focaccia. Come hungry for their prepared food and baked goods which include Anise Almond Biscotti. 

In addition, straight-from-the-farm dried take home Herbal Teas (10 varieties,) and Elderberry Syrup.

Nord Bread

Try one or all of their February flavors!

Perfect Day Coffee

Perfect Day Coffee is proud of the part they play in bringing back the local, artisan quality to coffee.

Perfect Day Coffee is a certified organic roastery located in Frenchtown, New Jersey. They are dedicated to roasting with the care and attention that was taken before the industrialization of food production. The coffees are sourced from small farmer owned micro-lots and co-ops striving to provide the highest quality coffee for the specialty market. These highly rated, fair trade green beans are then expertly roasted to bring out their natural flavors. Complex characteristics originate from the plant’s variety, the soil, environment and the care given at the farm, but can be lost during the roast. There are over 1000 compounds highlighting and masking each other during the process.

The Challenge is recognizing what makes the coffee great and to consistently roast it to its potential. At Perfect Day, each coffee is cupped to identify its best traits. They then create custom roasts to feature the qualities they want to bring out. The result is incredible coffee, distinctive with subtle nuances that can’t be missed.

Apple Ridge Farm

This week’s special is Porky Pot Pie!

Burek by Zeni

Zeni will have Fish with Onions.

Learn more here.


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