Altadena Farmers Market

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 Dabney Ave & W Palm StAltadena CA 91001  See map

The Altadena Farmers Market meets weekly on Wednesdays at Loma Alta Park from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Summer hours are 4 p.m.-8 p.m..

Below is the list of vendors from the first market event, some of which are recurring.

• The Garden of…- organic produce and flowers, Los Olivos
• Kenter Canyon Farms – Salad green mixes and herbs
• Suncoast Farms – Dried beans, asparagus, Brussels sprouts and other cruciferous vegetables.
• Elsers Country Farm – Organic family farm, Yucaipa
• Farquhar Farms – Family farm, Redlands
• Muir Ranch — John Muir High School garden, Pasadena
• Drake Family Farm — Farmstead goat cheese, Ontario
• Jubilee Farm — Berkshire Pork, Grass fed beef, chicken, turkey, eggs. Sacramento
• The Growing Home — Diamond Bar (sub)urban farmer
• Flora Ito's Garden – Glassell Park (sub)urban farmer
• Silver Lake Farms  – Local (sub)urban flower grower, Silver Lake
• Etheridge Organics — Organic stone fruit, citrus, cherries, Dinuba• Ellwood Canyon — Organic produce, Santa Barbara• The City Farm — (sub)urban farmer Reies Flores, chicken and duck eggs, Glassell Park• Whittier Backyard Farms — (sub)urban backyard greens, Whittier
Prepared Food Vendors:
• Big Mista' BBQ — Pulled Chicken & Pork, Brisket, Turkey Tri-Tip, Pastrami
• Plow & Gun Coffee — Hand-roasted drip coffee bar, coffee soda, Altadena
• Pine Street Products — Handmade soaps, Altadena (sub)urban farmer
• Molonay Tubilderborst— Wild-yeast artisanal breads, Downtown L.A.
• Sqirl Preserves– farm-centric artisinal jams, Silver Lake
• Deisy's Tasty Food — Salvadoran Pupusas made of thick, hand-made corn tortillas with fillings
• Beyond the Olive – California olive oils with a fill-it-yourself station
• Fox Pizza Bus — A double-decker London bus kitted out with a wood-fried pizza oven, Los Angeles
• Mother Moo – Organic Ice Cream, Sierra Madre
• Twist and Jar — Handmade wild-yeast pretzels and homemade mustard, Glendale
• Gary's Knife Sharpening — Expert knife and garden tool sharpening while you shop• Shucked Oyster Bar — Fresh oysters, muscles, clams and prepared fish

suzanne o'shea September 20, 2012 at 05:18 PM
Kenter Family Farms is not there any more...;( I Love our little Farmer's market, but it has become too expensive for me. Eggs at a dollar each and most of the produce is 3 dollars a lb. I wish I could go more often but I spent 30 dollars yesterday and came back with a small bowl of fruit and a couple of veggies. I want this market to thrive, but It needs a few more produce stands to offer more variety and competitive pricing.
Dinky Girl October 11, 2012 at 04:54 PM
I can't believe I haven't been but I'm going next week for sure. I'm looking forward to it ;)
Jessica Hamlin January 09, 2013 at 08:52 PM
Mother Moo is also not there anymore. Some vendors have stayed and others have left or been added since the first market and we post updates on Patch.


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