Saturday April 18th 9:00 am - Noon
(first hour reserved for those aged 55 years and older)
Location: On Church Street, behind the Easton Public Market
Together but Apart: For the Love of Local

We can't wait to see you again this week. These are scary times, but our goal remains to support our farmers and food purveyors, and provide you with fresh, locally-produced food. Above all, we want you to feel safe. We invite you to come shop with us in a socially distanced open-air environment, where the only people handling the food are the vendors. Remember that a shortened supply chain, means food passes through far fewer hands than in retail grocery outlets. And while we love you, we ask that you make your selections quickly and help us keep the line moving. Consider pre-ordering and pre-paying online with the vendors who are offering this service.

Lastly, please take a moment to read our COVID-19 rules and shopping guidelines listed below.

COVID-19 Market Regulations and Shopper
Vendor rules and market safety regulations:

  • Market will maintain one entrance and one exit
  • Number of shoppers in the market at a given time will be controlled by the Easton Ambassadors
  • Pavement markings will indicate six foot physical distancing
  • Vendors will be placed 10 feet apart
  • Double tables will ensure six foot distancing between shoppers at vendor check out
  • Only vendors and their staff may handle products
  • No sampling of products
  • All EFM Staff and vendors are required to wear protective gloves and masks
  • Vendors will have one person dedicated solely to handling money
  • Stands must use vinyl or plastic table covers for regular sanitizing
  • Vendors will have hand sanitizer at their stand for their use and customer use
  • EFM will provide additional hand sanitizer and sink at INFO Tent

Shopper Safety:

  • Shoppers must wear face masks – by order of the Commonwealth of PA Health Department
  • First hour (9-10am is reserved for those 55 years and older)
  • Please - only one person per household in the shopping area at a time.
  • Dogs are not permitted in the market shopping area at this time.
  • Wash your reusable bag before coming to the market.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water before entering market area
  • Please wait patiently if a line forms to enter the market. We have ensured in our site plan that there will be a proper amount of social distancing (at least 6 feet) between each customer while they wait.
  • Adhere to 6-foot social distancing while in the market.
  • Do not touch any produce or products; vendors will assist you with your selections
  • Observe posted signage and demarcated lines, which signal where customers should wait, six feet apart, to order and pay for your products.
  • Help your neighbors who need to remain indoors, by offering to pick up food and supplies at the market for them.

Cash, Credit Cards and EBT accepted.
*Online pre-ordering with participating vendors is highly encouraged.
For more information on participating Winter Market vendors CLICK HERE.

This Week's Vendors
Portch Tea
*online ordering available
The gang’s all here!
Don is offering a stellar line-up of Kombucha & NEW Hard Kombucha!
Available pre-bottled in 6-packs and cases
Order online at

The new normal: everything goes out, nothing comes back - until we are clear of this.
Valley Milkhouse
*online ordering available
VMH is back at market and excited to share new cheeses with you! 

Check out the new QUESO BLANCO!! This spongy, fresh farmers cheese is a kitchen staple. You can crumbled it over tacos and salads, slice and layer it into a perfect sandwich or quiche, or cube it up and use it as a paneer in your next curry. It has the same high melting quality as Haloumi, so you can even sear it in a skillet to bring out the sweet, nutty flavors of the milk. 
VMH will also be bringing cultured butter and buttermilk as well as cave aged cheeses including Marigold, Goldenrod and Blue Bell. Plus luscious Thistle! 

You can select your cheeses on site, or preorder/prepay at . Just select “Easton market pickup” at checkout! 
Aquasprout Farms

If there was ever a time to load up on nutrient-dense greens, it's now. And Aquasprout Farms has you covered with Summer Crisp and Butterhead lettuce, and lots of micro greens.

Need a good salad dressing recipe? Check out these 50 Salad Dressing Recipes from Food Network.

Breakaway Farms
*online ordering available
This Little Piggy went to Market...
We couldn't resist posting this pic of Farmer Nate in his swine mask. But all joking aside, COVID-19 is creating havoc in the nation's food supply and the crisis is bringing to light the crucial role that independent farms play in our food system. Read more in this compelling letter from Farmer Nate: A Call for Local, De-Centrallized Meat Processing.

Breakaway will have eggs for days, deli meats, jerky, snack sticks and charcuterie and six freezers full of the best grass fed and pasture raised beef, pork, poultry, sausages and bacons you can feed your family. Expedite your market trip by pre-ordering at:
Flour Shop Bakery
*online ordering available

Cold days are better with warn apple pie - all-butter crust and cinnamon crumble, and loaded with local apples from Scholl Orchards.

Order this pie or your other favorite Flour Shop pastries ahead at for pick-up market this weekend.
Primordia Mushrooms
*online ordering available
Mushrooms are great immune boosters and good for your nervous system too. Stock up on all your favorites... Crimini, Portobella, Pioppino, Maitake, Oysters, Trumpets, Lion's Mane and more. Slice them raw in salads, toss them in soups and stews or your favorite pasta, top a pizza with them, or saute with steak or chicken. Pre order at:

Discover some new mushroom recipes at Bon Appetit: 49 Mushroom Recipes So Good, They're Magic!

Scholl Orchards
Missing your favorite apples? Scholls is packing the truck with lots of apples, pears, potatoes, onions, root veggies, squash, cider, applesauce and more.

PLUS... Spring Mix and Spinach from Salvaterra's Gardens!
Apple Ridge Farm
*online ordering available
Tracey and crew will be at market with just baked sourdough breads, Bavarian pretzels, farm-fresh pastured eggs and pork, bone broth, hearty soups, homemade pot-pies, spelt pizza crusts, granola, and more.

Pre-order at

Looking Ahead

We'll finish out the Winter Market on Saturday April 25th.

On May 2nd we'll launch the regular market season at a soon-to-be-announced, temporary COVID-19 location.

"No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow."

Thank you to our Sponsors
Easton Farmers' Market is a program of Greater Easton Development Partnership