Meet Our 2016 Vendors

The Newport Farmers Market features your local farmers, bakers and artisans. All of the items offered for sale are grown, baked or made locally by the vendors selling them.

Our farm vendors bring you fresh, local produce and more. Angel Ridge Farm/Cornish Soap Works offers soap, candles, berries, veggies and sauces. Crazy H Farm features jams, jellies, baskets, vegetable, berries, apples, pears, peaches, and plants. At Road to Independence offers veggies, plants, baked goods, manure.

Unity Mountain Herbs has dry herbal teas and potted herbs. SISU Community brings plants, herbs, veggies, berries and hot dogs. Autumn Harvest Farm features veggies, lamb, maple syrup, jams, pickles, chutney, pesto and breads. Beaver Pond Farm offers vegetables, berries, pies, maple syrup, baked goods, cider, pumpkins, and jam.

Visitors can sample food from around the world. Cambodian Kitchen offers sandwiches, rice, spring rolls, dumplings, and pad thai. Zareen Fatima Zaido offers Indian cuisine such as rice with chicken curry, chicken biryani, beef & chicken patties, veggie rolls, and beef samosa. Elaini’s Greek Cuisine will offer Greek salads, spanakopita, pastries (baklava, custard), shish kabob, chicken breast, steak, lamb, and Greek burgers.

Visitors looking for sweet treats will find plenty of options. Dufort’s Bakery offers baked goods, sweets and breads, as does Angie’s Breads & Pastries.

The Peanut Man offers hot roasted peanuts (ask him about peanut promotional services for your business or organization). Mountain View Fudge & Kettle Corn will have kettle corn, fudge and lemonade. Heritage Farm will offer vegan desserts.

You’ll even find treats for your canine friends! East Coast Sales Co. offers all-natural dog treats.

Looking for unique handmade items? Beadin’ in Eden has beaded gemstone jewelry, including necklace & earring sets, earrings, and bracelets. Reiki in Paradise & Wood Spirit Energy offers spirituality items, jewelry, and handmade wooden items.

Are you coming to the market with young children, they’re sure to enjoy a ride on Bob’s Tommy & Friends Train.

And if your interesting in learning more about Newport and the surrounding area, the Newport Historical Society and Sunapee Historical Society will have memorabilia as well as information on the history of these two towns.

We hope you’ll “get to know” your local farmers, bakers, artisans and nonprofits. We’re all happy to answer your questions!

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