The Salem Farmers Market is much more than your traditional farmers market. Bringing the best in fresh produce, baked goods, crafts, gifts, jewelry, plants and more… Food, shopping and fun for all ages make it the perfect family afternoon. 

Abbot Hill Creamery – Learn More

Abbott Hill Creamery, formerly Temple-Wilton Farm, 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.


Anderson Mini Maples – Learn More

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!


Armstrong Glazed Popcorn – Learn More

Our goal is to satisfy our customers, and our customer’s taste buds. Our delicious gourmet corn will be sure to “POP” your socks off! We offer eight different flavors, including a low-fat caramel flavored option, along with Cherry Pink, Sweet Corn, Caramel, Blue Raspberry, Grape Purple, Chocolate and Theater Corn.  We offer all size bags for your preference. We also offer one specialty design basket, great for any occasion.  Our family and friends enjoy our popcorn … we know you will TOO!


B. Blossoms – Learn More

Seasonal flowers grown alongside nature, environmentally and pollinator friendly. Fresh picked blossoms available for your own arranging or our casual garden inspired bouquets. SPREADING JOY ONE BUNCH AT A TIME!
Sustainably-grown using organic practices, our fresh flowers are available at the farm from April through October.


Barkalicious Treats – Learn More

We are a small, female owned business. Having dogs of our own, my daughter and I wanted to make treats that are human grade, no chemicals and all natural, preservative free.

Since our dogs love real human food, we decided to take that idea and make treats that are made with real meat and real vegetables.

We hope your dogs love the treats as much as ours do.


Brookford Farm – Learn More

Through the use of organic methods, including a mixture of animal and green manures, crop rotation Brookford Farm offers a variety of products including certified organic vegetables, 100% grass fed beef and dairy, raw milk, pasture raised pork and chickens, eggs, lacto fermented krauts and kimchi.


Cafe El Camino – Learn More

When I lived in Puerto Rico as a young girl I loved to visit my grandmother because she would spend hours teaching me how to cook authentic recipes that had been handed down through generations. Our homes were separated by a long, winding road through the hills and mountains called “El Camino.” When I asked my mother if I could go to grandma’s house, she would say “go ahead and take El Camino.” This road separated us, but at the same time, united us.


Chef Victor Andrade – Learn More

Since beginning my journey in this field, my dedication to the work and motivation to grow have led me to exceptional projects and experiences. I’m grateful for a profession I’m passionate about, and am proud to share examples of my work. Take a moment to check out my portfolio, and get in touch with any questions”.

Victor has over 20 years of experience in the culinary industry. He has worked in fine dining and Michelin-star restaurants in Germany. Victor’s most recent experience has been as the Executive Chef of a private country club on the North Shore of Massachusetts for the past six years.


Coffin Cellars Winery – Learn More

 Coffin Cellars, LLC is a family-run country winery located in Webster, NH. We specialize in wines made from fruits and berries (and a flower and a couple vegetables!), many of which are grown locally or on our own property.


Coppal House Farm – Learn More

Coppal House Farm is a 78-acre farm in Lee NH producing pasture raised lamb, naturally raised pork, free-range chicken eggs, and Non-GMO sunflower oil. They are the first producers of culinary sunflower oil in NH, which won a Good Food Award in 2016. The public is encouraged to purchase farm fresh products from the farm stand or farmers market and partake in the seasonal activities of the sunflower festival, corn maze, and pumpkin harvest.


Debbie D’s – Learn More

Debbie D’s mission is to help people eat healthy. Debbie D’s makes a variety of jams, pickles, relishes, and dilly beans. Their jams are all low in sugar and our pickles and relishes are all low in salt.


Dominique Lecomte Art – Learn More

Photography by Dominique and prints –

I spent my childhood in Rambervillers, a small town in the East of France, and I started quite early to write poems and short stories.

In 1985, after a two years sabbatical to take art classes at the School of Image in Epinal, I exhibit my first works, oils, acrylics and etchings. Then, after having obtained a Master’s degree in FLE and a DEA in Philosophy, I go and teach in Cambodia. I move to the United States in 1994.

It’s when I specialize in woodcuts or linocuts, mainly for lack of space to be able to do something else at the time.

Photography, which I had always used as a visual notebook, become the basis of my work. My writings turn to existential dialogues and short texts with photos that I decide to publish myself as books or blogs.

In 2007, I discover the island of Grand Manan in New Brunswick (Canada) and it becomes a regular source of inspiration.

I love the little things of life, the spectacle of nature, the lines and forms of the world, the mystery of cities. I use them to create images, to map voyages, to share impressions. Images, Voyages, Impressions, my business name, sums up this approach to my work.


Earth Cut Pottery – Learn More

Local potter Liz Johnson creates beautiful fictional pottery for you to enjoy, including cups, mugs, bowls, platters, and more. Liz say, ” My desire is to provide beautiful functional pottery for everyday use. I want to help design and create personalized products so that you love what you use. My goal is to create artistic and functional wares, to create something that feels and functions the way you want it to.”


Eclectic Clam – Learn More

stuffed clams and fish cakes


Fabian’s European Pastries – Learn More

Fabian is a Dutch baker who specializes in making the best Dutch and European Pastries. He uses the best ingredients here in the U.S., and imports carefully selected ingredients from Holland that are not available in the U.S., such as almond paste and specialty spices. Try a taste of Fabian’s European Pastries … and enjoy!


Farmer Dave’s – Learn More

Welcome to Farmer Dave’s
Farmer Dave’s is a diversified farm north of Boston that responsibly grows a myriad of vegetables and fruits. While offering a CSA membership with pickups in many surrounding communities, Farmer Dave’s operates farm stands and participates in local farmers markets, school tours and pick-your-own apples. Committed to our food eco-system and keeping our community strong and healthy, we strive to keep our food sustainable and local.


Fly M Farm – Learn More

We are a female owned and family operated homestead farm specializing in chicken, duck, rabbit, and goose. Our mission is to bring a variety of good tasting farm-raised food to tables in the local community and build awareness of the homestead-farm difference. Live simply. Produce real food.


Fresh Start Farms – Asli – Learn More

Fresh Start Farms is a collective brand for immigrant and refugee farmers participating in the New American Sustainable Agriculture Program, a program of the Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success. We work alongside new American farmers to bring farm-fresh ingredients to your table via neighborhood farmers markets and stands, wholesale, and our FarmShare and Fresh Start Market.

Beginning in 2020, at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Fresh Start Farms began to work with other producers and local food hubs from across northern New England to expand product offerings and to provide access to fresh local foods year-round.


Fresh Start Farms – Isho – Learn More

Fresh Start Farms is a collective brand for immigrant and refugee farmers participating in the New American Sustainable Agriculture Program, a program of the Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success. We work alongside new American farmers to bring farm-fresh ingredients to your table via neighborhood farmers markets and stands, wholesale, and our FarmShare and Fresh Start Market.

Beginning in 2020, at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Fresh Start Farms began to work with other producers and local food hubs from across northern New England to expand product offerings and to provide access to fresh local foods year-round.


Holy Moly Snacks Beef – Learn More

Holy Moly Snacks is a business that offers high-quality beef chip for the people. We are a one-of-a-kind business that offers one-of-a-kind snacks. People love the beef jerky we offer due to its tantalizing and unique taste.

Regardless of your age, you are sure to enjoy having one of these. You can order one from our store now to enjoy the experience of tantalizing taste offered by our unique snacks. Our snacks are not only exceptional in their taste but are sure to satisfy your taste buds.


Hugs Broth – Learn More

Hugs Broth makes broth using organic ingredients that are locally sourced whenever possible. The non-GMO pastured chicken bones are locally sourced from Southeast, NH. Hugs broth contains onions, carrots, celery and parsley to achieve its delicious flavor.


Hurd Farm – Learn More

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 they raise all natural grass fed beef and chickens and Heritage breed pigs. Their meats and poultry are fed an all-natural diet with no added antibiotics or other additives as growth stimulants. Their animals are provided access to green grass and sunshine on our farm’s 160 acres.


Joyberry Farm – Learn More

Farm-fresh gourmet mushrooms are ready and growing fast. They currently have lions mane, Phoenix oysters, blue oysters and shiitake! Occasionally they might have yellow and pink oysters, and will also have chestnuts in the fall.


Kirasole Boutique – Learn More

Kirasole makes homemade accessories for you, your car, your home, and your pet. We have earrings, necklaces, rings, stickers, pet bandanas, even embroidered shirts!


Kiss the Cook – Learn More

Fresh-locally made baked mac and cheese. No preservatives, artificial flavors or ingredients. Ingredients are locally sourced.


Kittredge Farms – Learn More

We are family owned business supporting Southern NH community and restaurants with Produce, Veggies, Flowers, Fruits and more!


Kona-Ice 4 U – Learn More

We are glad you found us,now we can introduce you to the Kona Experience! We are Bill and Tina DiBona from Southern New Hampshire. Kona-Ice 4 U is a locally family owned business. We provide the most delicious soft shaved ice with a fabulous flavorwave where everyone can flavor their own cup of fun! Give us the opportunity to bring smiles, laughs and lots of fun to your special event!


KRM Chocolates – Learn More

Handmade in New Hampshire using the finest ingredients, their luscious gourmet specialty chocolates are created in small batches and delivered fresh. Try their unique fruit & wine chocolates for a taste sensation that you won’t find anywhere else — or choose enduring favorites such as their mouth-watering chocolate bark assortments and decadent hand-dipped sandwich cookies.


KYS Food For Dogs – Learn More

We believe that owning a dog brings huge responsibilities regarding the health, and happiness of the animal and that is why KYS takes great care in producing food that brings out the best in your dog. Our recipes include, whole foods, such as grass-fed beef, pasture-raised chicken, and organic seasonal vegetables braised in bone broth, ensuring complete nutrition for your pet.


La Peoney Deserts – Learn More

French Macarons;European desserts;Custom cakes and desserts;Delicious treats;


Meta Microgreens –  Learn More

Meta Microgreens is a family-run and owned urban farm In Dracut, Massachusetts. They specialize in growing microgreens, baby leaf produce, lettuce mixes and wheatgrass. Their grow system is vertical, which allows them to maximize our grow space. Meta Microgreens uses state-of-the-art equipment to grow in a controlled environment year round. Meta Microgreens’ water is carbon filtered removing fluorides and chlorinates, and they use their own premium organic soil mix, only Non-GMO seeds, and organic seeds (when available).


Nativo Colombia – Learn More

This idea started almost ten years ago when I left Colombia for the first time ever, and I noticed that the coffee tasted different. After asking some of the people I knew, they told me that it was because it was not 100% Colombian coffee. At that moment, I started thinking about how to bring good-tasting coffee to the United States for a reasonable price. As I shared and discussed my idea, I had many people that discouraged me. They emphasized that it would not be something to accomplish easily. Those who know me personally can attest that I would use those words as encouragement to prove the value of my idea and work hard towards my goal, because the things that are worth it in life do not come easy.


New England Fish Mongers – Learn More

New England Fishmongers are a group of jig fishermen on the NH/Maine seacoast that work hard to catch and sell pristine quality groundfish to the community. Stop by to see what’s fresh!


Pastry Dream – Learn More

Simply Magnificent: Do you dream about pastry? If not, you will!


Rabble Rouser Brewing CO – Learn More

Rabble Rouser Brewing CO


Root & Blossom Flower Farm – Learn More

Hi there! I’m Alex- owner and head flower lady at Root & Blossom Flower Farm. Five years ago, I started growing flowers as a way to release stress that was accumulating from a demanding corporate job. I had a postage stamp sized plot, a few seeds, and strong urge to create something that would bring me joy. The more I was able to get my hands in the dirt and grow flowers, the more at peace I was. My first season, I was absolutely hooked! I gave away as many flowers as I could, and I quickly decided that I would try my hand at farmers markets. Now, you can typically find us at the Salem New Hampshire Farmers market on Sundays during the summer months.


Slippery Soap Company – Learn More

Welcome to Slippery Soap Company! We create a multitude of all-natural products for the whole family — men, women, children, new mothers and baby — and even your dog and cat! We specialize in making goat milk soaps, moisturizers, and specialty body “goodies” including old-time classics like Pine Tar Soap, Gardnah’s Soap, eczema salve, poison ivy relief, essential oil bug repellent, and even tick repellants for your pets!

Our moisturizers are made with ingredients like orange blossom water, mango and shea butters, jojoba oil, and pure lavender essential oil. They smell divine and work wonders on the skin. It’s nice to be able to read and comprehend the ingredients on each of the containers.

Every few weeks something new seems to be created, the most recent being our new Dr. Doobie’s Pain Salve With CBD.


Shaken Not Stirred Lemonade – Learn More

Fresh Squeezed lemonade and more made with fresh fruit and spring water before your eyes.


Solo Agrea Guacamole Mix – Learn More

We LOVE guacamole! Fresh, creamy, chunky and yummmmy guacamole…

Finally! A table-side guacamole that can be served as a side dish, as a meal all on it’s own or add it as a topping. Make it a conversation piece by bringing it to a get-together. Solo Agrega has made guacamole fun and versatile.


Tewksbury Honey – Learn More

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 their customers in its most natural and raw form. They employ over 3 million honey bees in fifty hives to bring you the most delicious, all-natural, award winning raw local honey from their apiary locations across the communities of Tewksbury and Andover, Massachusetts.


The Good Llama Company – Learn More

Live Magically, Burn Brightly

An intuitive and empathic child, I loved to help people, even if they didn’t think they needed my help. On many occasions I recall my mother dragging me along by the hand and reprimanding me for my rudeness as I unabashedly stared at people. My interest in people served me well, honing my people watching skills, I received a BA from Boston College as a psychology major and further enhanced my people watching skills as a teacher and now a middle school librarian in Amesbury.

While many girls obsessed over the latest barbie doll fashions, I mashed up Wonder bread until it resembled church wafers, poured grape juice into a pewter goblet, and lit candles in preparation for playing church. The only parishioner, my little sister, reluctant at best, visited my church for the “host” and the grape juice. Another activity was mixing up food potions and force feeding them to my sister, confident her greatest wishes would be granted.

My attraction to candles and trusting my intuition started at a young age. Bored by the adult conversation at the dinner table, I’d entertain myself by sticking my fingers in the wax and watching the candles flicker and dance, as if they were alive. My passion for candles was released when I received a candle making kit on my 10th birthday, and continues to this day. I light candles in my house every day because they are uplifting and they make me feel good. Recently I have combined my fascination with crystals with my candle making practice to create The Good Llama Co.


The Phoenix Candle Shop – Learn More

Craft beer cans gain a new life by rising from the ashes of its predecessor.
The Phoenix Candle Shop proudly sells 100% soy wax candles handmade from recycled beer cans, giving the can a second life. The can enjoys yet another life once the candle is burned down. Fill the can with dirt and then place the seed paper tag on top to grow a lovely arrangement of wild flowers.

The origin story of The Phoenix Candle Shop is one of personal rebirth. I first learned how to make candles when I had moved back in with my parents after my short-lived marriage and heartbreaking divorce. It was the middle of a long winter and I needed something to keep my mind occupied, if only for a few hours. Another emerging hobby of mine was tasting new craft beers and admiring the beautiful artwork on their labels. (It helped that my best friend lives next door to the Treehouse brewery and would get me a case whenever she went!) Instead of giving the cans to the trash can, I started to save them and turn them into candles as gifts for friends.

Alongside this new craft adventure, I was also trying to find my way in this new life. I thought I knew what my life would look like far down the line after getting married and it was all wiped away in an instant. So I carved out a new vision for myself, really learned to love who I am, dug in hard at work, and eventually moved back in Boston. I felt like a new woman and the best version of myself I had ever been. It was as if I had died a fiery death and was reborn from the ashes, better than before. Hence the Phoenix analogy! Much to my parents’ dismay, I was convinced I was going to get a tattoo of a phoenix on my thigh on my would be one-year wedding anniversary. Thankfully before I committed to the tattoo, I realized that it could be the name of my candle company! These cans are used up after people enjoy their beer and then are given a new life as candles. After the candles have been burned down, the can gets a third life as a vase for the wildflowers from the seed paper tag.

I have been a crafter all my life and sincerely enjoy the process of making these candles, probably even more than the final product or selling them! But I thought that it would be lovely to keep these cans out of the landfill, spread some joy and warm wishes, and grow something out of the ashes. I hope you enjoy your Phoenix Candle and all the little pleasures of life <3.



Valicenti Pasta Farm is a small company made up of a small group of people who work diligently to make beautiful fresh pasta, unique ravioli varieties, and small batch sauces.

Our mission is to grow, source, make, and provide good, wholesome, locally made, real food to our neighbors and the surrounding New England communities.


Victory Aquaponics – Learn More

Victory Aquaponics a greenhouse in New Hampshire that grows a variety of leafy greens and fruit bearing plants using aquaponics. Their lettuce, kale, chard and other greens are always fresh and they sell free range chicken eggs as well.


Wally’s Vegetables – Learn More

Wally’s Vegetables is a farmstand and specialty grocer. We have local produce when in season. We carry Polish food all year long. We also have a selection of ice cream and miscellaneous grocery items. We carry specialty items for holidays such as Christmas Easter Thanksgiving


Woodman’s Artisan Bakery – Learn More

Woodman’s Artisan Bakery is a small start up business dedicated to bringing you the freshest baked products possible using local New England ingredients when ever possible. They specialize in European-style artisan breads baked daily 100% from scratch. The variety of breads that they offer range from Country Boules to sourdoughs, flavored breads such as Loaded Baked Potato sourdough, Cranberry Walnut, German Ryes, as well as croissants, pretzels, and more.



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