Powhatan Farmers Market

Vendors - Westchester Farmers Market

Thursdays, May 3 - October 4, 2018 - 4:00-7:00 pm

Westchester Commons |15785 WC Main Street, Midlothian VA 23113 | at the intersection of routs 288 and 60
At "The Village Green," between Plaza Azteca and Noodles & Company


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Vendor Name
Vendor Descriptions
Boer Station Boer Station features 100% alpaca yarn from the alpaca on our farm. We have natural colors and natural hand-dyed colors. We also have hand painted art and home decor as well as hand crafted toys, apparel made from crocheted yarn, and other crafted items.
Casselmonte Farm LLC 2018 is Casselmonte Farm's 10th year as a market grower of specialty vegetables and berries. Located in Powhatan County along the Appomattox River, Casselmonte will produce Asparagus, Shitake Mushrooms, Blueberries, Blackberries, Heirloom Tomatoes, Fingerling Potatoes, Sweet Peppers, Italian Eggplant, Okra, an Heriloom Watermelon, an Heirloom Candy Roaster Squash, Honey, Baby Ginger (Think Hardywood's GBS!), and Turmeric. We also sell to Rappahannock, Amuse, and Shagbark restaurants. Bringing Taste Back to the Table!
Empanadas Market At Empanadas Market we offer an array of 16 plus flavors of handcrafted empanadas to sample. If you like them then you can enjoy them fresh from the oven at the market or take them to bake at home in just a few minutes. We use authentic and time-tested recipes that we learned from our ancestors when vacationing as kids to our grandparents' country house in Argentina. Empanadas are a staple food in regions with Spanish influence; they are present whenever families and friends come together to socialize and celebrate a big event or just friendship and family.
The Freckled Farm Soap Company At The Freckled Farm Soap Company we make all-natural goat milk soap, lotion, and laundry detergent. Our soaps are made with organic oils from sustainable sources, essential oils, and raw goat milk. We pride ourselves in making environmentally safe products that are great for our customers!
Giggle in Pink We make clothing and accessories for newborns to tweens. Dresses, bloomers, booties, tutus, hairbands, hairclips, onesies...You name it, we have it. Clothing that makes you feel happy!
Great Harvest Bread Company of Mechanicsville Great Harvest Bread Company of Mechanicsville is a small local bread company with a focus on grains. We grind our wheat here in our bakery. We also use local products like white flour from Ashland Milling and honey from Gunters. Our products are value added make with simple wholesome ingredients.
Jolly J's Kettle Korn Since established in 2010, we have only used premium ingredients - Mushroom Style Popcorn, Pure Corn Oil, Pure Cane Sugar and non-iodized salt. Our popcorn is non-GMO and specially grown. We sift out the unpopped "Old Maids' so you get only the best snack. We assure a consistent product; stop by for a free sample. Feed Your Addiction!
Nestor's Gardens Lettuce, arugula, tomatoes, squash, herbs, cucumbers, green beans, okra, a variety of other seasonal vegetables, plants and flowers. Possibly some fruits and nuts if available. Our growing methods are what some have called "eco-ganic." We use natural methods. We do not use synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers. We strive for sustainability - to build our soil.
Phal's Cafe Phal has been involved in her own style of food offering for over 20 years. She entered the farmers market scene at the South of the James with her famous spring rolls. She was so well received that she offered her style of noodles and veggies now considered famous. The truism that has become her slogan is "If you try it, you will buy it." Every market that she attends has resulted in a loyal following of customers. In addition to her noodles, veggies, chicken, veggie and shrimp spring rolls, try her chicken and shrimp kabobs, fresh and healthy rice paper rolls, and steam buns.
Pleasant Fields Farm Pleasant Fields Farm is a small 73 acre farm that has been in operation for over 30 years. We started out as a wholesale operation that has turned into selling at farmers markets and a pick your own small fruit operation. We wanted to be able to meet our consumers and educate them on how we grow and where their food comes from.
Prose or Poetry Dr. Gail B. Newton, author, will be signing her books. Born Crying is her autobiography. It is the story of a stage door child who was surrounded by many early century stars and who was shaken by a tragic accident. The mother of girls, she became a Doctor of Education who seeks to advocate for children. Her other book, Will in the Wood, is a children's book about a boy who loves to read, and he uses his imagination to create characters as he enjoys his time outside. Eight-year-old Ms. Catherine illustrates the book and may be available at scheduled times to sign.
Sebandon Hill Farm Sebandon Hill Farm located in Pamplin, VA was founded by Paul and Michelle Foster and is family operated. They specialize in year-round microgreens and hydroponic lettuce and tomatoes. During the seasonal months they work the land to bring soil-grown vegetables and produce with a mission of fostering healthy eating habits. Their children penned their motto of: "Lettuce Eat...Hydroponics."
Waterfall Farms A family owned and operated raising happy animals with plenty of room in Amelia County, VA. We strive to provide you with natural and flavorful meats and produce from our family to yours!

2018 Market Applications





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