Summer Location: May thru October

SALEM MARKET PLACE

224 North Broadway (Route 28)

Salem, NH 03079

Winter Location:  November thru April

MARY FISK SCHOOL

14 Main Street (Off Route 93, Exit Two )

Salem, NH 03079



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Anderson's Mini-Maples

Since 1975, Steve Anderson has been producing pure New
Hampshire maple syrup the old fashioned way, boiling
down the sap over a roaring wood fire until it becomes
pure maple syrup. Try the maple candy and maple-glazed
pecans, too!


Arrowhead Family Farm [website]

An 11th generation farm established in 1683 along the Merrimack River in Newburyport, Mass., as the Moulton Farm, it was renamed by Charlie Moulton in the 1890s as Arrowhead. The farm's main focus is to produce the finest quality retail farm and garden products possible without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or livestock feed additives.


Brookford Farm [website]

Through the use of organic methods, including a mixture of animal and green manures, crop rotation Brookford Farm offers a variety of products including milk, butter, cheese, beef, sausage, bacon, chicken, eggs, sauerkraut, and 40-50 varieties of fresh and stored vegetables, flour and fresh baked bread.


Celeste Oliva[website]

At Celeste Oliva, we bring Artisan Olive Oils & Balsamic Vinegars to New England. The farmers market allows for a unique experience where you can sample and taste our products. With our crafted blends sourced from around the world, we offer a wide selection perfect for cooking and eating.​


Debbie D's Homemade Relishes & Jams [FB Page]

Debbie D's uses produce from local farms to create her jams, fruit butter, relishes and pickles. She also has low salt pickles & relishes, and low sugar fruit spreads. Billy Costa of Kiss 108 FM fame and co-host of the Matty in the Morning Show says Debbie's pickles are "THE BEST HE EVER TASTED!"


Farmhouse Roasters [FB Page]

Micro-roasted Fair Trade, organic, Rain Forest and shade-grown coffee beans.


Fresh Start Farms [website] (summer market)

A collective of refugee and immigrant farmer entrepreneurs who participate in the New American Sustainable Agriculture Program.


Gunther's Goodies[website]

Gourmet dog treats made with spent beer grains. When beer is made, they steep the grains in hot water which causes the carbohydrates to melt into sugar.  The sugar goes with the now flavored water to ferment into alcohol.  The grains that are left over are left with all the protein and vitamins.  And those are the grains that we use in our goodies!


Hurd Farm  [website]

Hurd Farm, LLC is a small family owned farm located on the scenic Taylor River in Hampton, NH featuring locally raised all natural meats, poultry and eggs. The Hurd family has owned and operated the farm since 1923. Today we raise all natural grass fed beef and chickens and Heritage breed pigs. Our meats and poultry are fed an all-natural diet with no added antibiotics or other additives as growth stimulants. Our animals are provided access to green grass and sunshine on our farm's 160 acres.


Karimah's Kitchen[website]

Authentic Lebanese cuisine made with local New Hampshire produce. Their Mediterranean dips and small plates are made with locally sourced ingredients from their new home the Farm at Eastman's Corner in Kensington, NH.


Millcreek Dairy Farm [website]

Millcreek Dairy Farm is a small, licensed goat dairy in Chester, New Hampshire. Pastured on rolling fields and open woodlands, our herd of Saanen/Nubian/Alpine dairy goat does produce sweet delicious goats milk that we use to produce fresh chevré, yogurt, hard cheeses and feta.


Miner Family Farm [FB Page]

A local family farm that features all cuts of Beef, lamb, Bison, Pork, chicken, chicken eggs, duck eggs. During the summer months smoked ham steaks, and pork rib may be available for your grilling needs.


Poli Bakery[website]

Poli (pole-eye) Bakery is a homestead bakery owned and operated by Stephanie Carcieri.  Stephanie blends the classic Italian desserts from her childhood with an ever expanding repertoire of cakes, pies, pastries and more.  Everything she makes is from scratch, using high quality ingredients and lots of love.


Rae's Gourmet [FB Page]

Freshly squeezed, real fruit lemonades each made with local raspberries, Cape Cod cranberries or wild Maine blueberries. Hand popped kettlecorn and other gourmet flavors.

Ruby & Matilda's Confections [FB Page]

Ruby & Matilda's out of Derry, NH crafts homemade soft caramels. Visit them at the market to try their decadent creamy caramels, pecan caramels, pretzel sticks dipped in caramel and chocolate, and creamy caramels dipped in chocolate with sea salt.


September Farm [website]

September Farm is a new and growing farm in Chester.  We offer homemade donuts, granola, fudge and  soy candles.  During the growing season we offer fresh and dried organic herbs and cut flowers. 


Slippery Soap [FB Page]

Handcrafted goats' milk soaps and body goodies.


Temple-Wilton Community Farm[website]

Temple-Wilton features homemade Artisan cheeses. Not only do they milk the cows that produce the milk that becomes the cheeses that fill our senses with delight and fragrant memories, but they also age their cheese in an enclosed cheese cave where they can control temperature and humidity.


Tea is the Way [website]

Tea is the Way offers a small and carefully selection of fine, hand-picked white teas from the remote highlands of Sri Lanka and  Southeast Asia.


Tewksbury Honey [website]

Tewksbury Honey is family owned and operated by Julie and Mike Kelley.   They proudly raise their own honeybees, harvest the honey, and sell it directly to our customers in its most natural and raw form. They  employ over 3 million honeybees in fifty hives to bring you the most delicious, all-natural, raw local honey from our apiary locations across the communities of Tewksbury and Andover, Massachusetts.  


Victory Aquaponics  [FB page]

Lettuce and leafy greens grown hydroponically, without the use of chemical fertilizers or pesticides.


Wally's Vegetables (summer market) [website]

Wally's Vegetables is a local farm offering dozens of fruits, vegetables and plants.


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