America's Oldest, Continuous Open-Air Market, est. 1752

Saturdays, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
(First Hour Reserved for those aged 65+ and with underlying health conditions)
On the Riverfront at Scott Park, 130 Larry Holmes Drive, Easton PA

Free Parking - Rain or Shine - EBT Accepted

Market Relocates to the Riverfront
If the Easton Farmers' Market has learned anything in our 260+ years, it’s tenacity. And lord knows, no one is more tenacious than farmers. We're fighters, and the iconic Larry Holmes statue at our new location at Scott Park, is there to remind us of that. We're here to fight for our farmers and food entrepreneurs - for our local food system, and your right to safe, healthy produce, meat, eggs, dairy products and more.

We've worked hard to make the market happen this year - to create a safe shopping environment for all members of our community. And we're looking forward to seeing your smiling face (behind your mask of course). The Easton Ambassadors will be on site to control the number of people in the market and maintain six foot social distancing between shoppers. We're suggesting one shopper per household - if possible. And please, no dogs in the shopping areas at this time. We'll have sinks on site, so wash your hands before entering the market, and refrain from touching any produce or food product. And most importantly, please be patient - we're all in this together.

NOTE: For safety reasons, EFM will discontinue the sale of $5 credit card tokens until further notice. Please come prepared. The majority of our vendors now accept credit cards but it's wise to bring some cash as some of our smaller businesses are still operating on a cash-only basis.
A Silver Lining... Free Parking
Thanks to the owners of Riverstar Properties and 101 Larry Holmes Drive, EFM shoppers will enjoy convenient, free parking while at Scott Park. As a show of support for our local farmers, these property owners have generously offered to share their lots with the Easton Farmers’ Market on Saturdays from 9am-2pm. The multiple parking lots provide over 100 spaces!

How to Get to the Parking Lots:
Since Larry Holmes Drive will be closed to traffic during the market hours, you'll need to access the parking lots at Ferry & Second Streets (turn right off of Ferry St., just past the US Post Office), or via Green and Northampton Streets (turn at the Grand Eastonian Hotel).
Vendor Spotlights
Our vendors are doing everything they can to adapt to the changing retail marketplace. You'll notice that many of them are now offering phone-in and online ordering for market pick-up. Note: If you pre-ordered with a vendor you can skip the lines and pick-up at the back of their tent. Look for their pick-up sign!
Salvaterra's Gardens
Jess snapped this vibrant lettuce photo right before the skies unloaded yesterday. You'll find this lovely lettuce mix, along with spinach, arugula, scallions, radishes, parsley, collards, kale, carrots, potatoes, and parsnips. And... possibly cherry tomatoes from Salvaterra's heated high tunnel!
Valley Milkhouse
Cultured butter, creme fraiche (omg!) and buttermilk will be available this Saturday! In addition, VMH will be bringing its prized Ironweed Haloumi, a greek style grilling cheese, along with fresh Clover (tart and creamy fromage blanc). You can also find their selection of raw milk aged cheeses from the winter cave: Marigold (alpine style tomme - think gruyere), Blue Bell (stilton style blue), and our rustic sheep's milk tomme aged for 5 months. See you Saturday!
Phillips Farm
Phillips Farms is excited to be back at the Easton Farmers Market this season, with even more produce and plants than before! This weekend there will be fresh spinach, kale, collard greens, radishes, lettuce, herbs, scallions and leeks, all freshly picked from the field. Also available will be potatoes, carrots, cabbage, beets, and a large selection of apples. Most produce will be pre-bagged for your convenience and safety. And don’t forget the flowers and plants: gorgeous begonias, geraniums, petunias, marigolds and hanging baskets, plus many varieties of herb plants. 

Credit cards accepted. Did you know Phillips Farms also does online ordering? Go to and chose Easton Market
Flour Shop Bakery
All your favorites...,from traditional sweets like sticky buns and Moravian sugar cake to mod creations like cruffins! Plus savory crostini, and lots of fresh-baked breads. Ask Mary about pre-ordering online!
Cabbage Throw Farm
Who’s ready for veggie season! Cabbage Throw Farm is kicking off spring with the classics: Radish, Bok choy, Turnips, Baby Greens, Spinach and Herbs. This year, Emily & Dean have opened an online shop to preorder vegetable bags. Their $20 Grab Bags are available for online purchase by Wednesday mornings each week. Go to: supply is available so snag a bag o' veggies to brighten your kitchen table, order deadline ends on Friday at 7pm. This week’s Grab Bag includes Cilantro, Farmers Mix, Radish, Spinach, Tatsoi and Turnips.
Raspberry Ridge Sheep Creamery
Rob is featuring his super popular sheep’s milk yogurt this week. This is the Original Greek Yogurt. Because sheep milk has about twice the milk solids (protein, fat, minerals and vitamins) as cow and goat milk, sheep yogurt is naturally thick and sweet. Unlike store-bought yogurt which is strained to thicken it, Rob's yogurt is made simply with sheep’s milk and culture.He will also have feta, alpine cheese and Markjego cheese aged for a year, all made from Raspberry Ridge sheep’s milk.

Pre-order information: Go to and place an order for market pick-up.
Backyard Growers
EFM's longest standing vendor
Richard will have a limited amount of gorgeous $10 hanging baskets of petunias. Or mix and match a flat of Marigolds, Panola Pansies, and Violas. Look for Portulaca, Shock Wave Petunias, Bacopa and more. Plus - Single Italian Plain Leaf Parsley and large June bearing 2 year old strawberry plants in 6" pots just $1.50 each.
June bearers are the most well-known type of strawberries. They produce one large crop per year. *As always, get there early as Backyard Growers have limited stock!
Fieldstone Coffee Roasters & Tea Leaf
Check out this fresh roasted bean trio - all things Easton! Talk about Easton strong: Easton Farmers Market Blend (new this week), 18042, and c1752!!

Fieldstone will also have their Pre-filled Growlers of Coconut Concentrate, and their House Concentrate. You may bring back your growler for exchange, but they'll replaced it with a new growler.

This week drinks may be ordered at: and picked up curbside at the rear entrance of the Public Market- perfect for the ride home!

Portch Tea
In Don's own words...
"Hey Easton Farmers' Market peeps! We’ll see your funky-masked beautiful faces on the riverfront tomorrow. Order online at
and select the Easton Farmer’s Market pick up location so we know what to bring you!"
Seriously - since everything is pre-bottled now you need to pre-order to be assured you get your first choice! And don't forget, Portch Tea now has Hard Kombucha!

Scholl Orchards
Rhubarb has arrived at Scholl's - bake a rhubarb pie this weekend! Here's what else you'll find...
golden and red beets, cabbage, carrots, onions, potatoes (red and white), radishes, scallions, shallots, sweet potatoes, winter squash, and lots of apples and pears.

Tolino Vineyards
Enjoy a little local vino on the patio this weekend...

The 050 - sweet white- $11.99
Lilly - Semi Dry - $14.99
Mamas Rose - Semi Sweet $11.99
Papas Red - Dry - $14.99
Sunnyside - Sweet Red - $11.99
Breakaway Farms
Announcing 25 lb Beef Sampler Bundles!
Yes, you asked and Breakaway delivered! You can now select a smaller freezer beef bundle.
Order now at for delivery to the market.

Also, the 50 lb. Freezer Beef Box is back in stock in limited quantities. Nate and his team are cutting beef as fast as they can but demand is intense, so please bear with them Thank you all so much for the continued support! 
Peace Tree Farm
FLOWER POWER! If there was ever a time to immerse yourself in the beauty of plants and flowers, it's now! Peace Tree's plants are not only gorgeous, they're also chemical free.

Please note that some of your favorite vendors may not be at the market right now. Some have been affected personally by COVID-19, and others are not permitted at this time due to regulations prohibiting outdoor cooking or food preparation. We hope that some of these vendors will be able to rejoin us later in the season.

Good Things to Come: Holy Cow Farm and Comeback Farm will start in June when cut flowers and strawberries will be in season!
Around Town...
Our friends at Mercantile Outpost are taking online orders for their beautiful flower bouquets. Treat yourself or yourself or someone you love. - CLICK HERE! Curbside pick-up is right around the corner from the Easton Farmers' Market parking lot at Green Harvest Food Emporium.
Thank you to our Sponsors
for Supporting our Local Food System
Easton Farmers' Market is program of
Greater Easton Development Partnership