Fredericksburg Farmers Market vendors produce the majority of products available at the market within 75 miles of the city of Fredericksburg. A quarter of the products available may come from elsewhere, but must be marked clearly so consumers may make an informed decision about the products they purchase.
Here is a 2020 Vendor Map to help you find your favorite vendor. Each vendor has their own process for taking orders. Please use the vendor links for more information.
Come shop the Fredericksburg Farmers market to meet a variety of local vendors and learn about their diverse products. Take your time and wander around Hurkamp Park, ask the vendors about their products, and learn how they bring these products to market. Our vendors work very hard every day to ensure that the market is a lively, unique shopping experience for you. Not sure what to ask your farmer? Click here for questions to Ask the Farmer!
Shop from our 2020 vendors:
Explore a vendor’s website, Social Media page, or shop by clicking on their links.
- phone: 205-587-0069
- text or call to place an order
Anchoring the corner of the market at George Street and the Fire Department entrance, Mr. Alvarez offers a variety of fruits and vegetables, herbs, and beautiful flowers both cut and ready-to-plant.
“Craig DeBernard is a third generation farmer from a family who immigrated from Italy in the early 1900s. As a child, he learned the trade of farming while working on his father’s farm (known in the area as Rick’s & Van’s of King George Co.).
In 1991, he decided to carry on the family tradition of agriculture to the name of C&T Produce. To date, he farms about 500 acres of land in Stafford and King George Counties. From the starting days of selling on the corner of George and Price Edward Streets in Downtown Fredericksburg, C&T Produce has grown into a legacy in the White Oak and Stafford County Regions. Craig farms right off of the Rappahannock River, right where his father, Richard DeBernard, and his grandfather, Michael DeBernard, farmed, as well. Craig also farms orange groves in Myakka City, Florida, after his father, Richard.
Known for his vine-ripened tomatoes, sugar-sweet watermelons, and finger-licking corn, Craig has pleased his customers by doing what he does best: farming. And, he does it on a local level, which allows the area residents (and even the people that are reached by futher-away market locations) to support their community with local, sustainable agriculture that has the best interests of the customer in mind.
As we have looked back on the past 25 years of farming, we attribute our success to our loyal customers and the variety of produce that we raise. We have expanded our customer base to not only the Fredericksburg region, but also to the Northern Virginia region, as well, through farmers’ markets. Without our customers, we would not be where we are today; Stafford and King George Counties are rapidly losing farmland to housing developments and subdivisions, so the loyalty of our customers is of utmost importance to us. We really appreciate our customers, and look forward to providing you with the freshest fruits and vegetables from our farm that we possibly can.”
- phone: 540-854-8703
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For over 40 years, Mr. Howard has been a popular presence at the Fredericksburg farmers market. Many customers visit looking for his naturally grown fruits and vegetables which include (in season) blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, pears, apples, cherries, plums, peaches, tomatoes, eggplant, beans and peas, as well as his jams and jellies. During the Christmas season he also sells beautiful greens and wreaths.
- phone: 760-707-6724
Elda Gardens is located in Midland, Virginia. The farm is family owned and operated. Elda Gardens is a thirty-acre colonial style farm that uses organic standards. We grow and produce a wide variety of products. These include fruits, berries, vegetables, herbs, mico-greens, flowers, eggs, milk and honey. Added value items include jams, jellies, juices, candles and soap.
“Our passion for phenomenal baked goods is the reason for everything we do in our bakery and our community. Our Mission is to be loose and have fun, bake phenomenal bread, run fast to help customers, create strong & exciting bakeries and give generously to others. We bake our bread fresh at our Burke bakery for the Farmers Markets and our Lorton Bakery & Cafe. We start each day with freshly milled wheat. This way the wheat is fresh and retains the most protein, vitamins and minerals. We bake all of our breads and sweets from scratch using wholesome ingredients. Ingredients that you recognize and can pronounce and they are probably in your kitchen at home. Great Harvest Bread Co. in Burke is a woman owned company and has been in business since 2004. We offer a wide variety of freshly baked from scratch whole grain breads, mixes, granolas, and an assortment of sweets and cookies. In the picture, you will see us demonstrating our mill to a school group who is having a tour of our bakery.”
“Freshly prepared, authentic, Tex-Mex salsas made with the influence of smoke and heat. Bring a little cantina to your Cocina!”
“Hog Haven is a pasture fed, heritage breed, humanely raised hog farm, offering a full range of USDA packaged frozen pork. We also offer an assortment of hot food featuring our pork and other all local ingredients. We consider farmers’ market quality hot food to be as much a part of our business as the farm itself and take pride and pleasure in bringing delicious and healthy hot food to local communities that meets the highest standards.”
- phone: 804-761-0674
In business for over 35 years, the James E. Headley Oyster Co./Four Seasons Seafood offers fresh oysters from Callao, VA. Products include shucked oysters in quart & pint jars, as well as bushels and half bushels of oysters in the shell. Come by their booth and check out their crab cakes, crab salad, crab cheeseballs, and crab chili; perfect for entertaining. Special orders of oysters as well as hard crabs, soft shell crabs, shrimp, claims, and fish are also taken. Contact James & Gloria Headley at 804-761-0674 or GloriaHeadley@aol.com.
oysters (quart jars, pint jars, in-the shell dozen-bag, bushel, 1/2 bushel), in-season steamed hard shell crabs (dozen, bushel, 1/2 bushel), soft shell crabs, fish and crab meat, Gloria’s home made seafood items: Crab Chili (with or without ground beef), Crab Cakes (regular, spicy or gluten free), Crab Quiche (large or small and gluten free, by order), Crab Bisque, Crab Salad, Crab Cheese Balls, Sautéed Shrimp, Bacon Cheese Balls and Ham/Cheese Rolls for the non seafood eaters. Also ready to eat food cooked or heated at market. Gloria is looking at adding some new items this season.
“Janis Joy is a local business specializing in greenhouse gardening and raised gardening! We offer unique products to include: microgreens, luffa sponges and a variety of heirloom vegetables and houseplants!”
“We create artisanal baked goods from kosher and organic ingredients, specializing in challah sandwich rolls, various yeast breads, quick breads, muffins and cookies. Products are free from corn, peanuts and preservatives.”
“We are a small, veteran woman owned family business founded in Fredericksburg, VA. Specializing in “beautiful pies for beautiful people” we bake with organic and locally sourced ingredients, conscious effort, and a whole lot of love. Community minding in everything we do, we believe in the importance of eating locally. Email email@example.com to preorder a pie for market pickup or to simply say hello.”
- phone: 540-842-4620
For over a decade, Mr. and Mrs. Medina and their family have been farming in Westmoreland County. They sell plants and vegetables in season, including beans, tomatoes, corn, squash, peppers, cucumbers, potatoes, greens, onions, eggplants, peaches, and cabbages.
“I want to bring back a lost art. Home canning. I am following in my mother’s footsteps. My mom worked in the laundry on Quantico base where she retired. Mom was a mother to six children and not only worked outside the home but worked on her and Dads farm. She put up everything they grew. not wasting one thing. I started helping mom can when I was young, but I didn’t like doing it. As I got older I realize the importance of the quality of the food in jars. You know you can control what’s going into your food. I have the same motto my mom had when you come to my home for a meal. If you get up from the table hungry it’s your own fault. I hope when you are eating at your table with family and friends you will enjoy the products you purchased from me. I am a life long resident of Stafford county. I buy my produce locally.”
Fresh, hot kettle corn made on-site every Saturday. Our classic kettle corn is a heart healthy snack containing no trans fat, preservatives, dairy, peanuts, tree nuts, gluten, and low cholesterol. It is perfectly seasoned with a gourmet sea salt.
Kettle corn is a family business. And with good reason, college is expensive! The Short family is in the ministry by trade but uses their kettle corn to help provide for the educational costs of their children. You can find them all popping corn, handing out samples, and ringing up sales each Saturday at the market.
The sweet smell of their freshly popped corn fragrances the air at the market on Saturday mornings. Their numerous fresh flavors include classic kettle corn, caramel, cheddar, parmesan garlic, dill, old bay, cinnamon, and rainbow. Poppin’ Jon’s is also available for special events, special orders, and fundraisers.
Cool off from the summer heat with a refreshing lemonade made-to-order from the Rhoades family.
“Brian’s Lemonade and Fresh Fruit Shake Ups are delicious and refreshing on a hot summers day!! We make lemonade the old fashioned way (water, sugar and lemons) and kick it up a notch with new technology and fresh fruit puree. Come out and see the show and try exiting flavors like, peach, mango, and piña colada, it will make the market experience fun for your whole family!”
“We are a local all veteran owned and operated coffee company in Fredericksburg, VA. We specialize in blends, single origin coffees, fair trade and organic coffees.”
- phone: 804-214-0134
- text or call to place an order
- delivery and pick-up options available
Mr. Roberto Medina sells a wide variety of produce, plants, and cut flowers from his tent along George Street. Winter crops include leaf lettuce, broccoli, cauliflower, celery, field cress, mustard, arugula, and swiss chard as well as a wide variety of herb plants, including dill, oregano, thyme, and cilantro. Mr. Medina’s over wintering products include strawberries, spring onions, shallots, garlic, spinach, and carrots. His summer produce includes cucumbers, egg plants, green beans, lima beans, okra, black-eyed peas, squash, zucchini, watermelons, cantaloupes, and a wide variety of beautiful tomatoes including Roma, Purple Cherokee; Mrs. Stripy; red, yellow, and pink Brandywine, green Zebra, Japanese Trifles, and Black Krim. You’ll also find a variety of cut flowers like gladiolas, sunflowers, zinnias, aster, and lavender.
“We are a family owed and operated 17 acre farm. We specialize in growing a variety of fruits and vegetables, and have over ten years of experience attending local farmers markets.”
“Purveyors of high quality honey from Italian Honey Bee Hives. We produce Wildflower, Clover, Orange Blossom, and Brazilian Pepper Honey. We are a 100% Service Disable Veteran Owned Small Business.”
Semper Fi Fungi
“Veteran owned mushroom business specializing in a variety of foraged and cultivated mushrooms.”
- phone: 804-493-1126
Located at the corner of William and Prince Edward Streets, Sergio’s Produce offers a variety of seasonal produce from Westmoreland County. Here you will find beans, beets, broccoli, cabbage, eggplants, kale, leeks, peas, peppers, and much more. Don’t miss their beautiful cut flowers as well.
Family owned and run farm.
- phone: 540-848-4637
- phone: 804-313-1306
You will find a wide variety of seasonal produce at the Valdez Brothers tent at the Fredericksburg Farmers Market. Come and shop for tomatoes, cantaloupes, watermelons, onions, corn, beans, greens, squash, potatoes, peppers, cucumbers, eggplants, and more. Valdez Brothers also sells strawberries and blackberries when available.
“Our farm is located in Westmoreland County, near Colonial Beach Va. We cultivate everything ranging from flowers to a variety of vegetables and anything in between.”
“Small family farm located in Stafford County. The farm has a conservation easement and many best management practices. The farm is worked sustainability including approximately 60 tons of compost per year. We raise Grass Fed Devon Beef, Tamworth Heritage Pork, Pasture Poultry using a slow growth variety, pasture lamb. The farm is open for tours and you may see a working ox team.”
“Walnut Hollow Naturals is a family-run, small farm in Caroline County, VA. We produce eggs, cut flowers, honey, beeswax, soap, lip balms and a host of natural products for your home and body. All of our homemade and homegrown products are completely chemical free and based with organic ingredients whenever possible.”
Downtown Greens is a 2.7 acre nonprofit urban greenspace in downtown Fredericksburg. Their kids program nurtures a love for the Earth and what it produces. Meet the student gardeners and shop their plant selection the first Saturday of each month.
The Fredericksburg Food Co-op will be a full service member-owned grocery store. Our focus will be on locally grown and locally sourced products. We will offer a great selection of organic and natural foods and household products.
The Tree Fredericksburg Tree Stewards are a volunteer group, authorized by the city, trained to care for trees planted in the city and available to answer questions residents may have about planting and caring for trees.
Staffed by volunteers and supporting the Virginia Cooperative Extension, the Master Gardener’s Association offers a free plant clinic for customers at the farmers market to ask questions, seek advice, and bring samples of plants for diagnosis of disease or identification.