East Greenwich Farmers Market

Every Monday 2pm to 6pm, June 5th through October 2nd, 2017

Vendors

Borealis Coffee

Borealis Coffee believes that coffee is an experience worth sharing. It’s our job to carefully roast each coffee to its best potential, which we achieve by roasting in small, 6-pound batches. We source coffees from all over the world, some of which are Fair Trade and Organic. We sell beans and coffee at farmers market, a few small wholesale accounts, and to the New England Film industry. This summer, we are moving from Pawtucket to the old train depot in Riverside, RI where we will move the roasting operation and add a cafe that offers locally made treats and pastries, located directly on the East Bay Bike Path.

 

Bug’s Honey

Bug’s Honey was started in 2013 by owners Steve Southwick and Kate Wilson. Steve and Kate named the honey they produced and bottled Bug’s Honey in memory of Bug, a kitten who was loved by everyone that met him and as sweet as honey itself. Southwick Apiaries has been pollinating farms and providing local honey to Rhode Islanders since 1872, and Steve is the fourth generation of beekeepers in the family. Now the owner of Southwick Apiaries, Steve looks to continue the path set before him by his father, grandfather, and great grandfather. Kate holds a bachelor’s degree from URI in wildlife conservation in biology. With a shared passion for honey bee conservation, Steve and Kate aim to educate the public on the dire need to save the honey bee, while providing Rhode Islanders with local and raw honey from pesticide free colonies.

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Fully Rooted Juices

Fully Rooted is a raw cold-pressed juice company which wants to bring awareness, health and vitality to the consumer one glass of juice at a time. Here at Fully Rooted, we take health and the environment very seriously and work very diligently to support the two! The body is capable of not only healing itself but also can prevent health conditions as well with proper balance and nutrition of mind, body and spirit! We have all experienced this first hand and work to share our message.

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Little River Farm

Littler River Farm is a 3-acre vegetable farm located in Exeter, RI, founded in 2013 and owned and managed by Bob Payne and Camille Abdel-Nabi. We are young farmers who use organic and sustainable practices to grow a wide variety of vegetables and herbs, including arugula, mesclun salad mix, bunched greens, root vegetables, heirloom tomatoes, peppers, and many others. We believe in providing high quality and delicious vegetables to our customers. We sell our produce through our CSA, at farmers markets, and wholesale to restaurants and food cooperatives. We use high tunnels and other season extension practices that allow us to harvest and sell vegetables throughout the winter. We believe in mentoring other young people who are interested in farming and we provide an apprenticeship during each season.

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Luckyfoot Ranch

Luckyfoot Ranch is a small farm located in southern Rhode Island. We are locally-oriented, and commited to the sustainable use of resources and the application of organic growing practices. Founded in 2009, we are now going into our seventh growing season on five acres in beautiful North Kingstown. Our main focus is on a wide variety of vegetables, ranging from common staples like tomatoes, peppers, and lettuce; to seasonal favorites like cucumbers and winter squash; to more uncommon novelties such as our famous husk cherries and nettles. But with these crops, we don’t just grow the usual red tomatoes, purple eggplant, and green romaine, but a rainbow of every color (and flavor!) we can find! For we believe produce shouldn’t just be art to the palate, but to the eyes as well!

As of 2014, we have a farm kitchen to produce a variety of canned goods including jams, jellies, pickles, their renown salsa, and more! We try to use as much of our own fruits and vegetables in the kitchen, and obtain as much as possible from local sources for the things we cannot produce.

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Matunuck Oyster Farm

Perry Raso started digging littlenecks in Point Judith Pond when he was 12 years old. He grew up wild-harvesting shellfish, eel trapping, bull-raking clams and scuba diving for steamers. Before Perry opened Matunuck Oyster Bar, he was an oyster farmer. Raso has bachelors and masters degrees from URI in aquaculture and fisheries technology. He founded Matunuck Oyster Farm in 2002, on a seven-acre commercial aquaculture lease, on Potter Pond in East Matunuck (South Kingstown), Rhode Island. At this location, the shellfish nursery, grow-out and maintenance take place.

This pond is also where Perry’s vision for Matunuck Oyster Bar restaurant and raw bar was born. The concept for Matunuck Oyster Bar is “simple food, fairly priced, fresh products, and making sure everybody leaves happy.” Matunuck Oyster Farm supplies the Pond to Plate concept for the restaurant with fresh oysters harvested right off the waterfront patio in the pond.

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Narrow Lane Orchard

Apples, peaches, nectarines, jams, corn, tomatoes, and peppers

Pat’s Pastured

Pat’s Pastured provides the highest quality pasture-raised and grass-fed meats. Our goal is to provide our livestock with a life that allows them to express their natural instincts fully in a pasture environment. That means that our pigs get to root, run and play; our chickens get to peck, scratch and crow; our turkeys goggle and strut; and our cows and lambs eat grass outside, NOT corn in confinement.

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Patois

Patois serves gourmet Caribbean dishes where the emphasis is on flavor not on heat. Patois is the catering creation of Conroy Outar, Dina Outar and Arnell Milhouse.

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Spicy Penguin

Spicy Penguin LLC is a specialty food company from Providence, RI that currently specializes in the creation of hot sauce and salsa which pack a spicy punch and are loaded with delicious flavor. We love our small state of RI and proudly use fresh, local ingredients. All of our products are 100% penguin approved! Our motto is “Gotta add some HEAT to make the meal COMPLETE!

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