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A beautiful summer/fall farmers market! Roasted peppers – Microgreens – last peaches of the season

On this beautiful Tuesday, Greenville Farms’ booth is overflowing with late summer and fall produce, including corn, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, winter squash and more! They’ve also got their pepper roaster going, and they’re roasting up poblano, Hatch, bell, Padron, and jalapeño peppers for sale today.

Kiyokawa Family Orchards has over a dozen varieties of apples and pears, and probably the last peaches of the season! Divine Microgreens is back with a huge variety of Portland-grown microgreens, and Fink’s Fermented Foods is here with kimchi and sauerkraut made from local farm-direct produce.

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See below for a full list of vendors here today. Blind Coffee Roasters, Robyn’s Craft Bakehouse and Healing Earth will be back next week. We’re open until 2pm, see you at the market!

Alleamin Products – Somalian hot food and sauces
Cheng Summer Bloom – bouquets of fresh cut flowers
Divine Microgreens – Portland produced, nutrient dense microgreens of many varieties
Finks Fermented Foods – Fermented krauts, pickles and more
Greenville Farms – blueberries, produce, honey, eggs, sausages, smoked salmon, jerky, cookies
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – peaches, apples, pears, nectarines
Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales, mole bowls, tacos, refrescos and more
Robyn’s Craft Bakehouse – rustic whole grain crackers and breads made with wheat grown in Oregon
The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks

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We Welcome Fall and our Newest Vendor, Fink’s Fermented Foods!

Once again we feel the summer start to wane, and fall begins to show its colors. The air is crisp, and gentle sunlight shines upon the fall abundance. It is the season when tables are piled high with with every type of produce from winter squash to tomatoes, melons and corn.

Today we are happy to welcome Fink’s Fermented Foods. Andrew Fink produces an array of fermented goods that have a delicious, unique flavor profile ranging from cucumber pickles to kimchi and Golden Kraut which is brought to life with turmeric. His products will not disappoint. Welcome Andrew to the market and learn more about his products when you stop in today.

Robyn’s Craft Bakehouse is back this week and featuring a new loaf! This fresh sourdough is made with a unique, nutrient dense, purple karma barley. We’ve got coffee, hummus, tacos, sambusas, flower bouquets and much more. Come say hi!

Don’t forget! Our month-long photo contest runs through the end of September! Just post your Lloyd Farmers market photo on Instagram with #LFMphotocontest to enter the contest. The winning photographer gets $20 in farmers market tokens!

We’re open today until 2pm, see you at the market!

Today’s Vendors

Alleamin Products – Somalian hot food and sauces
Blind Coffee Roasters – award winning locally-roasted coffee beans
Cheng Summer Bloom – bouquets of fresh cut flowers
Finks Fermented Foods – Fermented krauts, pickles and more
Greenville Farms – blueberries, produce, honey, eggs, sausages, smoked salmon, jerky, cookies
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – peaches, apples, pears, nectarines
Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales, mole bowls, tacos, refrescos and more
Robyn’s Craft Bakehouse – rustic whole grain crackers and breads made with wheat grown in Oregon
The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks

Safety at Market

Safety for everyone at market is important to us. Remember that face masks, face shields or other face coverings are required for all shoppers 5 years of age and older. Please read the shopper guidelines on this page before coming to the market; we are asking everyone to attend responsibly to limit the risk of coronavirus transmission.

Preorders

Online preorders are available through our Whatsgood App! More info here, orders must be placed by 11pm Sunday for Tuesday pickup.

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Welcome Healing Earth! – Mushroom drinks – winter squash – sourdough bread

Thankfully, the smoke has cleared, and it’s a clear breezy market day today at the Lloyd Farmers Market! Stop by to get some fresh air and to get your shopping done. We’re seeing more signs that autumn is on its way, with more varieties of apples and pears at Kiyokawa Family Orchards, and the first winter squash (delicata, kabocha and more) at Greenville Farms. Of course summer produce like tomatoes, peaches and corn are still available in abundance too!

Today we welcome new vendor Healing Earth to the Lloyd Farmers Market, with mushroom hot chocolate and mushroom matcha! They’ll have powdered mixes as well as brewed available to go (remember to leave the market before drinking). Stop by to try!

In addition to her delicious whole grain crackers, today Robyn’s Craft Bakehouse has bread specials: a sourdough einkorn loaf and onion poppyseed buns.
Calling all photographers! This Tuesday kicks off our month-long photo contest! Just post your farmers market photo on Instagram with #LFMphotocontest to enter it. The winning photographer gets $20 in farmers market tokens!

We’re open today until 2pm, see you at the market!

Alleamin Products – Somalian hot food and sauces
Blind Coffee Roasters – award winning locally-roasted coffee beans
Cheng Summer Bloom – bouquets of fresh cut flowers
Greenville Farms – blueberries, produce, honey, eggs, sausages, smoked salmon, jerky, cookies
Healing Earth – mushroom hot chocolate, mushroom matcha and mushroom tea
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – peaches, apples, pears, nectarines
Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales, mole bowls, tacos, refrescos and more
Robyn’s Craft Bakehouse – rustic whole grain crackers and breads made with wheat grown in Oregon

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Welcome Divine Microgreens and Alleamin! Farewell for now Unger Farms. – Sambusas – Eggplant – Pears

Today we are happy to welcome our newest vendor, Divine Microgreens. Business founder Dea Miller strives to provide the Portland area with the highest quality, nutrient dense, hyper-local food. Did you know that microgreens can come from many different plants and each type has a unique texture and flavor? They are perfect for adding substance to your sandwiches or smoothies, or a beautiful, nutritious garnish to a meal. Stop by and say hi to Dea.

We are also excited to welcome back Alleamin after an extended break! They have a cult following for their delicious sambusas and chicken over rice. For those of you who’ve been missing them or who haven’t tried their food yet, come grab a bite!

Today is Unger Farms’ last day of the season so don’t forget to load up on berries.

We’re open today until 2pm, see you at the market!

Today’s Vendors

Alleamin Products – Somalian hot food and sauces
Blind Coffee Roasters – award winning locally-roasted coffee beans
Cheng Summer Bloom (formerly Mom’s Flower Farm) – bouquets of fresh cut flowers
Divine Microgreens – Portland produced, nutrient dense microgreens of many varieties
Greenville Farms – strawberries, blueberries, Marionberries, produce, honey, eggs, sausages, smoked salmon, jerky, cookies
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – peaches, apples, pears, pluerries
Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales, mole bowls, tacos, refrescos and more
The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks
Unger Farms – strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries

Safety at Market

Safety for everyone at market is important to us. Remember that face masks, face shields or other face coverings are required for all shoppers 5 years of age and older. Please read the shopper guidelines on this page before coming to the market; we are asking everyone to attend responsibly to limit the risk of coronavirus transmission.

Preorders

Online preorders are available through our Whatsgood App! More info here, orders must be placed by 11pm Sunday for Tuesday pickup.