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Returning Vendors This Week!

By 7 October 2021

This week we are welcoming some vendors we haven’t seen in a while…

The changing of seasons, schedules and staffing issues has taken it’s toll on our farms and vendors. We know it’s frustrating to arrive at the market, only to discover one of your favorite vendors is absent. We all appreciate your patience. This year has proven to be another trying one for small farms and businesses and it has been difficult to navigate in terms of COVID, weather related losses and lack of staff. We look forward to a measure of normalcy as time goes on. In the meantime we appreciate your continued support of the market.

That being said, we have some faces returning to the market that you may not have seen in a while! Plus, coming soon, we will have a full list of our winter season vendors for you so be on the lookout for that in the coming weeks.

Have you picked up your winter bookmark? Make sure to stop by the Information Booth because it lists all of our market dates and special events for the winter season. You won’t want to miss out on the abundant winter produce, foods and new vendors.

Our new 30.00 SNAP incentive for EBT and P-EBT recipients have our customers excited by all the wonderful foods they can buy and stock up on. If you haven’t used your card at the market, make sure you come to the Info Booth first so we can set you up with extra funding to spend. This match is in place until at least the end of the year. It’s the perfect time to take advantage of the late summer and early fall produce.

This week you will find lots of squash, tomatoes, fresh celery, delicious beet varieties that are perfect for roasting, potatoes, root veggies, spinach, fresh herbs, onions, mixed fall lettuces, figs, pears, apples, cauliflower and peppers! The list goes on but this gives you an idea of the abundant produce currently available.

For our bread enthusiasts, Grano and Fat Dutch are taking a well deserved break this Saturday. However, La Petite Provence is bringing extra bread and delicious pastries!

With our cooler temperatures how about some homemade chili from Queen Chili? Liz makes all of her chili varieties from scratch and sources ALL of her ingredients from local farms and ranches. She’s designed flavors for all palates and offers a vegan option as well. Consider picking some up to reheat for weekday lunches. It’s a perfect go to for a healthy, satisfying lunch.

Read on for our list of returning vendors this week plus those who are taking the week off. We have warm donuts by Divine Mini Donuts, Mexican food from Sara’s Tamales, live music by Steve Hale and plenty more waiting for you at the market.

Find us at 2051 Kaen Rd (corner of Kaen and Beavercreek Rd) here in Oregon City from 9-2 this Saturday.

See you at the market!

Let’s welcome back the following vendors!
This will be the final week of the season for Kim and Zoey, the creatives behind Sew Silly. They will have plenty of inventory, including some new tote bags made with Pendleton wool that you won’t want to miss. Get an early jump on some holiday shopping or treat yourself to one of their handcrafted pieces.
Have you been missing Creole Me Up’s Pickleez? This week is your chance to stock up! Elsy will be back with her amazing Haitian condiments that pack flavor and add a fresh element of taste to foods! All made using local ingredients, Creole Me Up is a must have.
Kick it up with Sidekick Provisions, amazing plant based almond dips. Naturally vegan and gluten free, Jaime’s dips are incredibly versatile. Use as a marinade, a dip with cut up veggies and crackers, a base for a dressing or add to grain bowls. Check out Sidekick’s latest flavor, Dijon Dill!
For the creamiest and flavorful plant based creamery products, look no further than Mundus Foods. Enjoy everything from chocolate whipped cream, garlic herb cream cheese and ranch dressing to homemade mayo and sour cream. Keep in mind there is no dairy in any of their products, making it ideal for those who are lactose intolerant or opt for a plant based diet.
Life is a bit sweeter when you add chocolate and Zsuzsanna from ReTreat Foods brings the best. In addition, she operates as a zero waste company, sources all of her ingredients locally and uses natural sweeteners for a lower glycemic index. This month ReTreat is releasing their Autumn dark chocolate assortment, which includes warm combinations of chamomile and chocolate. How perfect for a rainy day treat.
Each week we have plenty of customers at the Information Booth inquiring about Wild Oregon Provisions. We have good news! The seas have cooperated this week and Robin plans to be back at the market with plenty of freshly caught seafood for her customers.

Plan on taking advantage of what she has to offer and maybe buying extra for your freezer, Robin is at the mercy of the ocean and weather systems so we’re always glad when she’s able to attend.

2 Angry Cats sauce is back this Saturday as well. With their increasing popularity, it’s been tough to be in all places at once. Josh creates fresh sauces that are tailored to heat preferences, using all locally grown peppers in each batch.
OCT 9th Vendor List:

ProduceSun Love Farm
Farm D’ICI
RJ Farms
Mindful Mushrooms
Coyote Ridge Farm
Brown Bottle Farm
Mulino Microgreens
South Barlow Berries
Kiyokawa Family Orchards

Pasture Raised Meat:
Campfire Farms
Lady Lane Farms
Fisher Ridge Farm

Oregon Coast Sustainably Caught Seafood
Wild Seafood Provisions

Dairy and Eggs
RJ Farms (eggs)
Lady Lane Farm (including ice cream and cheese curds)
Campfire Farms (eggs)
Sun Love Farm (eggs)

Pantry and Dry Goods:
Double Jump Coffee – Locally roasted, ethically sourced, bagged whole bean/freshly ground coffee
T Bee S Honey
2 Angry Cats Sauce
Bliss Nut Butter
Spice Pilgrim
ReTreat PDX

Prepared Foods:
Roundhouse Foods
Creole Me Up
Sidekick Provisions
Queen Chili
Bean Bar Tofu
The Hummus Stop
Picasso’s PDX Picante
Rose City Pepperheads
Mundus Foods (plant based creamery)

Baked Goods:
Two Sisters Vegan Bakery
La Petite Provence
Sinful Confections (vegan, allergy free, gluten free)
The Pie Guy

Coffee and Tea:
Double Jump – both hot and cold brew!
Spice Pilgrim (teas)

4 Hearts Kombucha

Free Hand Farm
Lee Gardens
May’s Produce and Flowers
Hill Tree GardenWine, Breweries and Spirits
Forest Edge Vineyards
503 Distilling
Trail Distilling
Viola Orchards

Joining Yarns
Hazel n Blue
CH Woodcraft
Rising Earth Images
ZR Jewelry

Seasonal Decorative Pumpkins and Garden Art
Bittersweet Springs

Wellness and Skincare Products:
Landia Organic Skincare
Goat Goddess Soap
Healthy Roots CBD Products

Prepared Hot Food
Sara’s Tamales
Divine Mini Donuts

As Iron Sharpens Iron

29 Kettle – Done for the season
Grano Bakery
Fat Dutch Bread
Dreg’s Vodka
By George Farm
Lavish Lavender (will return for winter holiday markets)
Wild Roots Spirits (done until winter market)

The PastrySmith
29 Kettle Confectionery

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