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Give the gift of local handcrafted goods from the Lloyd Market!

December 10, 2019

It is a great day to join us at the Lloyd Market. It is cold out, but we’ve got warm soup, coffee, tamales and quiche to warm you up.

In addition to being a great grocery stop, we have options for thoughtfully produced local gifts such as jam, honey, dried mushroom powder or even bone broth. Perhaps a pretty pink radish ferment from Gentle Rain Farm?

We will still have the winter-season poster, and we really want to get this poster out there across our NE/SE neighborhoods, making sure everyone knows that we are open all winter long!

If you’re interested in helping us hang some posters or put out some flyers, you can stop by the market’s information booth to pick up some posters and flyers. Wherever you are able and willing to help would be great – office or community bulletin boards, by elevators, in store windows, at libraries – wherever people will see them.

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

Today’s vendors:

Back to Broth – bone broth
By George Farm – fresh and aged Jersey cow’s milk cheeses
Central City Coffee – coffee beans and hot coffee
Gentle Rain Farm – organic produce, Livin’ Spoonful sprouted raw crackers
Greenville Farms – produce, jam, eggs, sausages
The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – dozens of varieties of apples and pears
Mindful Mushrooms – cultivated and wild-foraged mushrooms, mushroom powders and tinctures
Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales, mole bowls, tacos, refrescos and more
Quiche Me If You Can – personal-sized quiches, soups and salads
Rainbow Produce – vegetables, salad, kimchi

Bone broth, canned craft cocktails, fall produce and much more today at the Lloyd Farmers Market!

December 3, 2019

Today at the Lloyd Farmers Market we’re joined by two new vendors! Chelsea and Jenny of Back to Broth make medicinal bone broth with intentional ingredients from organic, pasture-raised, local farms. And 503 Distilling is a Portland-based distillery selling canned craft cocktails. Stop by and welcome them both to the market!

We have a beautiful new winter-season poster, and we really want to get this poster out there across our NE/SE neighborhoods, making sure everyone knows that we are open all winter long!
If you’re interested in helping us hang some posters or put out some flyers, you can stop by the market’s information booth next Tuesday, or any other Tuesday, to pick up some posters and flyers. Wherever you are able and willing to help would be great – office or community bulletin boards, by elevators, in store windows, at libraries – wherever people will see them.
It’s a crisp cool sunny day at three market today, and we’ve got our heaters running to warm you up when you get here. See below for a full list of today’s vendors and more photos. By George Farm will return next week. We’re open today until 2pm; see you at the market!

503 Distilling – craft cocktails and spirits
Back to Broth – bone broth
Central City Coffee – coffee beans and hot coffee
Gentle Rain Farm – organic produce, Livin’ Spoonful sprouted raw crackers
Glass Roots Mosaics – mosaic stained-glass windows
Greenville Farms – produce, jam, eggs, sausages
The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – dozens of varieties of apples and pears
Mindful Mushrooms – cultivated and wild-foraged mushrooms, mushroom powders and tinctures
Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales, mole bowls, tacos, refrescos and more
Quiche Me If You Can – personal-sized quiches, soups and salads
Rainbow Produce – vegetables, salad, kimchi
Robyn’s Craft Bakehouse – rustic whole grain crackers made with wheat grown in Oregon

Help us feed families and farmers!

December 2, 2019
One in six of your neighbors is facing food insecurity this holiday season. You can put fresh local produce on their dinner table by giving to Double Up Food Bucks at Lloyd and Hollywood Farmers Markets
For the past ten years we’ve distributed over $180,000 to thousands of SNAP (formerly known as food stamps) recipients. This has been made possible by the generosity of many individual donors.
Today we are launching a fundraising campaign to continue the program next year. You can give to Double Up Food Bucks on our website here. Help us raise $3,000 by the end of the year!
If you prefer to make a contribution by cash or check, you can bring it to the farmers market information booth any Tuesday through December 17th, and it’ll be added to our fundraising total. You can also mail a check to Lloyd Farmers Market, PO Box 13233, Portland, OR 97213. Checks should be made out to Farmers Market Fund, with “Lloyd Farmers Market” in the memo line.
Donations to this campaign are tax-deductible, thanks to our fiscal sponsor Farmers Market Fund. Farmers Market Fund is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and contributions are tax deductible to the extent the law allows.
Every $10 you give means one more family can buy fresh, local fruits and vegetables. That means more food in the pantry. That means more sales for our family farmers. And it means a healthier community:
“This program is actually helping my kids grow! They have eaten more fruit this summer than ever before.”
“I feel much more connected to the community and to the food I eat when I buy fresh and local from the farmers market. Thank you!”
Make a gift to Double Up Food Bucks today – because everyone deserves to eat healthy, fresh, local food.

Celebrate the Harvest With Local Food from the Year-Round Lloyd Farmers Market

November 26, 2019

For many, it is a time of giving thanks and celebrating the harvest by filling our tables with hearty meals. We have just what you need to create a fantastic, locally-sourced spread, including the flowers.

For the pie makers out there Greenville Farms has pumpkins and Kiyokawa Family Orchards has the classic pie apple, Newton Pippin.

Don’t miss, Robyn’s Craft Bakehouse. She is back, with whole grain crackers made from Oregon-grown wheat. And what better to pair them with than artisan cow cheese from By George Farm?

Missy of Glass Roots Mosaics, is here with her stained glass windows; we’ll have mushrooms, tamales, hummus, hot tea, herbal medicine, quiches and much more!

See below for a full list of today’s vendors. We’re open until 2pm; see you at the market!

By George Farm – fresh and aged Jersey cow’s milk cheeses
Central City Coffee – coffee beans and hot coffee
Gentle Rain Farm – organic produce, Livin’ Spoonful sprouted raw crackers
Glass Roots Mosaics – mosaic stained-glass windows
Greenville Farms – produce, jam, eggs, sausages
The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – dozens of varieties of apples and pears
Mindful Mushrooms – cultivated and wild-foraged mushrooms, mushroom powders and tinctures
Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales, mole bowls, tacos, refrescos and more
Mom’s Flower Farm – fresh cut flowers
Quiche Me If You Can – personal-sized quiches, soups and salads
Rise Up Remedies – dried herbs, tea blends, tinctures, salves and hot tea
Robyn’s Craft Bakehouse – rustic whole grain crackers made with wheat grown in Oregon

Stained glass windows, artisan cheese, quiche and tons of fall produce today at the Lloyd Farmers Market!

November 19, 2019

Today we’re joined by a new craft vendor, Glass Roots Mosaics. Missy makes hand-crafted mosaic stained-glass windows, made with upcycled materials. Stop by and check out her beautiful wares!

Quiche Me If You Can is back, with freshly baked quiches and soup. Today’s quiche is butternut-sage- caramelized onion.

Of course there’s tons of fall produce, including greens like kale, spinach and bok choy, apples and pears, winter squash, Brussels sprouts and much more! See below for a full list of vendors at the market today. We’re open until 2pm; see you at the market!

By George Farm – fresh and aged Jersey cow’s milk cheeses
Central City Coffee – coffee beans and hot coffee
Gentle Rain Farm – organic produce, Livin’ Spoonful sprouted raw crackers
Glass Roots Mosaics – mosaic stained-glass windows
Greenville Farms – produce, jam, eggs, sausages
The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – dozens of varieties of apples and pears
Mindful Mushrooms – cultivated and wild-foraged mushrooms, mushroom powders and tinctures
Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales, mole bowls, tacos, refrescos and more
Mom’s Flower Farm – fresh cut flowers
Quiche Me If You Can – personal-sized quiches, soups and salads
Rainbow Produce – vegetables, salad, kimchi

Warm up With Delicious Quiche, Soup and Locally Grown Herbal Tea

November 12, 2019

We are excited to welcome Quiche Me If You Can to the Lloyd market today! Christa Voytilla is a budding food entrepreneur who offers the perfect comfort food for a cool fall day. She uses family recipes for her delicious quiche and soup, and sources many of her ingredients locally.

Greenville Farms, Rainbow Produce and Gentle Rain Farm are here with fresh greens, roots for roasting, leeks, dried peppers, honey, eggs, sausage and much more. Of course there are plenty of crisp apples and sweet pears from Kiyokawa Orchards to go around.

Mindful Mushrooms has pink oysters, By George Farm is back with artisan, grass-fed cow cheeses and Rise Up Remedies is providing hot tea and herbal remedies. They have fresh Elecampane, which can be hard to find and is excellent for tinctures. Holiday gifts anyone?

See below for a full list of vendors at the market today. We’re open until 2pm; see you at the market!

Alleamin Products – Somalian hot food and sauces
By George Farm – fresh and aged Jersey cow’s milk cheeses
Central City Coffee – coffee beans and hot coffee
Gentle Rain Farm – organic produce
Greenville Farms – produce, jam, eggs, sausages
The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – dozens of varieties of apples and pears
Mindful Mushrooms – cultivated and wild-foraged mushrooms, mushroom powders and tinctures
Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales, mole bowls, tacos, refrescos and more
Mom’s Flower Farm – fresh cut flowers
Quiche me if You Can – Personal sized quiches, soups and salads
Rainbow Produce – vegetables, salad, kimchi
Rise Up Remedies – dried herbs, tea blends, tinctures, salves and hot tea

Artisan cheese, hot herbal tea and much more, today at the Lloyd Farmers Market!

November 5, 2019

Today we welcome two new vendors to the Lloyd Farmers Market! By George Farm has been raising grass-fed Jersey cows and making artisan cheese in the Rogue River Valley since 2012. Today they have a mixture of fresh and aged cheeses, including fromage blanc and “Swiss-kiyou”. Rise Up Remedies is a three-quarter-acre medicinal herb farm located in Gresham. They have dried herbs, salves, tea blends, tinctures, and even hot herbal tea to warm you up on your market visit!

Gentle Rain Farm has, in addition to certified organic produce, her Livin’ Spoonful sprouted crackers, made with kale and other veggies grown on farm.

Take our short online shopper survey by this Friday, November 8th, and be entered in a drawing to win $20 in farmers market tokens! Your responses will help us improve your neighborhood farmers market.

See below for a full list of vendors at the market today. We’re open until 2pm; see you at the market!

Alleamin Products – Somalian hot food and sauces
By George Farm – fresh and aged Jersey cow’s milk cheeses
Central City Coffee – coffee beans and hot coffee
Gentle Rain Farm – organic produce
Greenville Farms – produce, jam, eggs, sausages
The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – dozens of varieties of apples and pears
Mindful Mushrooms – cultivated and wild-foraged mushrooms, mushroom powders and tinctures
Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales, mole bowls, tacos, refrescos and more
Mom’s Flower Farm – fresh cut flowers
Rainbow Produce – vegetables, tomato salad, kimchi
Rise Up Remedies – dried herbs, tea blends, tinctures, salves and hot tea