Owl Wood Farm makes great efforts to always have salad greens available at the Farmers’ Market, as well as the seasonal crops that come and go. “The harvest will be plentiful from here on out and we will have most of the 40 or so crops that we grow [available at the Market]” Bascom said.
Trust us when we tell you that Ana’s Empanadas are in a class all their own. Their mouthwatering empanadas are handmade and baked with real ingredients (Many of which are locally sourced!).
Get to know Christopher Castrio, partner at Argyle Brewing Company, a little better and keep reading to learn more about ABC and their delicious local craft brews!
Sheldon Farms traces its roots to Colonial times, and growing potatoes, running a dairy farm, and maple sugaring are themes that have run through the family’s heritage ever since. [Saratoga Market Saturdays and Malta Market Tuesdays]
Shushan Valley Hydro Farm’s hydroponic tomatoes, cucumbers, greens and herbs, available from fall through winter and into early summer, are free of herbicides and pesticides. [Saratoga Market Wednesdays and Saturdays]
The Chocolate Spoon sells cookies, teacakes, and cupcakes. [Saratoga Market – Wednesdays and Saturdays]
Otrembiak Farm, established in 1948, is a diverse, family owned vegetable farm. [Saratoga market]