Alstede Farms produces a huge variety of local fruits, vegetables, and flowers grown using only sustainable and USDA certified organic production methods. They are proud to be able to say that nearly every acre of the 600 acres of farmland they till is permanently preserved! They offer: Pick Your Own fruits and vegetables, the best Community Supported Agriculture Program (CSA) in New Jersey, and a fully stocked Farm Store that is filled with the fruits and vegetables they grow, as well as their own local honey, homemade ice cream and fudge, home baked pies, jams, jellies, cider donuts and more!
Angry Archies is a family-run business by cousins Chef Chris Curado and Michael Ponte created in 2015. Before opening their storefront on Palisade Avenue in 2022, the famed Angry Archies food truck participated in the farmers market and other local events. Angry Archies specializes in seafood with sandwiches like their lobster roll or crab cake sandwiches and their loaded fries and mac & cheese are also sought after items.
Founder Divya Kumar grew up in a small city in India where the food habits and recipes are deep-rooted in Ayurveda. She learned from very young age how food impacts health and wellbeing. Happy, stress-free and glowing she wants to touch peoples’ lives by bringing wellness through food and teas. Ayusome Foods products are based on the principles of Ayurveda and are curated to deliver particular well-being benefits. All their ingredients are certified organic and they use only natural and recognizable ingredients – no fillers, no artificial flavors! Each pack of teas and spice blends is handcrafted in micro batches.
Boheme Foods is a woman-owned business specializing in pickled, preserved, and fermented goods ranging from pickles, to hot sauce, to infused vinegars. They joined the market in 2022 and is based out of Englishtown, NJ. All of Boheme Foods’ ingredients are sourced from local farms and items like their jalapeño dill pickles have become a favorite of many market-goers.
Chef Rene Hewitt’s Jams is a family-run business founded in New Jersey. Their jams are made with fresh, locally sourced fruits and are cooked in small batches to ensure the highest quality. Their range of jams has something for everyone, from classic strawberry to the more adventurous flavors like blueberry-lemon. They strive to use only natural preservatives and are committed to providing customers with the best possible taste and texture. Their jams are perfect for spreading on toast, topping off a dessert, or adding a unique flavor to sauces.
Khrystle Rea is a passionate Reiki Master and the creative force behind Crystal by Khrystle, where spirituality and sustainability intertwine to illuminate your life. In her quest to extend the positive energy beyond healing sessions, she embarked on a mission to craft candles that resonate with both your senses and the environment. She believes that true wellness encompasses not only the inner self, but also the world we inhabit. That’s why each of her candles is meticulously hand-poured using only non-toxic, vegan ingredients to create an enchanting symphony of scents that uplift your space and spirit. Every candle is a labor of love and intention, infused with the healing energy of Reiki and crystals. As you ignite the wick, you are not just illuminating a room – you are inviting a tranquil moment of self-care, a sanctuary of serenity, and a reminder of the interconnectedness of all living things.
Inspired by Icelandic coffee culture, East Iceland Coffee Co. believes that coffee is at the center of bringing people together. Their mission is to roast and share uniquely delicious coffees that are fairly sourced. Free local delivery.
Eden’s Sweets started as a way for Souja, founder, to follow her passion for creating wholesome snacks and living a healthy lifestyle. Eden’s wellness bars were created in her home kitchen in 2021 when she realized that dates, a staple in her kitchen, were being underutilized in the markets as something that is delicious and nutritious! So she decided that it was time to bring this product to market, made straight from New Jersey! Souja found what she was looking for and more when she created their real-tasty date-based wellness bars, free of any preservatives, additives, or added sugar. Naturally vegan and gluten free.
A Heights staple, El Chilango food truck has been serving up Mexican food for years to the Jersey City community. Current owner Mike can be found often on Palisade Ave, but also participates in other events throughout Jersey City. With delicious breakfast burritos and praised items like his carnitas tacos, Mike has a great following of regulars and also offers catering options.
English Thyme Flowers has been a long-standing vendor at the market since 2014. Run by Ruth Jackson, English Thyme makes seasonal bouquets and floral arrangements with flowers sourced from a local farm in Bordentown, NJ.
FLORASYLVA is a small-scale micro flower farm located in Somerset county, New Jersey, established in 2020 by Kinga Erdelyi. The cut flower garden was established not just to cultivate specialty, hard-to-ship cut flowers, but to coexist with the surrounding environment. They practice no till sustainable farming methods to grow chemical-free flowers for local customers. The garden is abundant from mid-April through mid-October. Currently specializing in spring tulips, ranunculus, summer Lisianthus and fall Dahlias.
Gourmet Nuts & Dried Fruit got its start by providing Farmers Markets in NJ with options for premium dried fruits, gourmet nuts, and healthy snacks. Since their humble beginnings, they’ve grown into a company that provides more products to a variety of great customers across the country. Gourmet Nuts and Dried Fruit prides themselves on sourcing the best products for your health and pleasure. The quick turnover of product inventory allows them to quickly deliver fresh, dried products right to your doorstep.
Karen Anderson and Dan Kohuth operate Greenhouse on Greendell, a 6-acre farm in Newton, NJ, where they grow microgreens, speciality cut flowers, and garlic. They use organic farming practices – no chemicals or pesticides – and organic seeds when available. If not, they use non-GMO for microgreens and edible flowers. They also raise chickens and have 3 honeybee hives and counting. They live and work on their farm and love all aspects of gardening.
Hank Schwartz’s Delicatessen was founded by local Jersey City resident Jason Stahl to offer Jewish Deli-style menu to the local community. Enjoy their hand-crafted pickles, lox, and specialty items each week at the market.
Headquarters Sheep Farm is run by Roger Byron and is based out of Stockton, NJ. They sell a variety of lamb cuts, as well sheepskin goods such as hats and slippers. When the market isn’t in season, Headquarters continues to serve customers by offering pre-orders and drop offs locally in the Heights.
Hoboken Farms is a local family-owned business that specializes in Italian food. Originally created by Brad Finkel as a way for friends who left the area to still be able to get a taste of the local cuisine, they sell pasta sauce, bread, cheese, pasta, and frozen foods. While Hoboken Farms’ sauces can now be found at grocery stores throughout the country, they got their start at farmers markets back in 1992.
Hudson Grinding Co. is owned by Roberto Bentjerodt and offers knife-sharpening services on-site at the Riverview Farmers Market as well as greater Hudson County. Roberto has more than 20+ years experience in knife sharpening and is a Jersey City local.
Antony, a French native, is the mastermind and creator of La French Board’s hand-crafted wooden goods. As Antony began hand-crafting various pieces of furniture for his friends and family, he then went on to crafting charcuterie boards, serving boards, and chopping blocks which are now available to the public. The family-run business includes Antony, Michelle, Mia, and Milan and is based locally in Jersey City Heights.
Otherwise known as LoDG, the Law of Donutgineering joined the market in 2023 to continue their mission of bringing decadent craft donuts to Jersey City Heights. LoDG sells a variety of donuts with seasonal flavors such as stuffed french toast and summertime flan. They also feature Gluten free and vegan options. In addition to participating in the market they have a storefront location on Bleecker St. near Central Avenue which is open Thursday through Sunday.
Pronounced Ma-Shushu, Ma Xuxu offers cottage Mexican artisan bread and traditional corn tortillas made in small batches with quality ingredients.
Macarons by Marla Mae specializes in homemade French macarons. They offer pickup and delivery in New Jersey and offer custom orders.
Single ingredient dehydrated dog treats made from human-grade ingredients. No additives. No preservatives.
A long-standing vendor at the market, Nature’s Own Farm offers fresh proteins, eggs, and BBQ every week. During the off season (Dec-April) they also offer local pick up options weekly. Natures Own Farm believes in the idea that a farm is one complex, living organism; too important and fragile to compromise it with pesticides, herbicides, or chemicals. Their beef is raised on an all natural pasture and their eggs are from free range birds supplemented by non-GMO grain that is raised by all natural means. They support and applaud natural farming techniques and seek the highest possible standard of raising our animals.
Nute Juice offers bottled 100% organic and unpasteurized cold-pressed fruit and vegetable juices. Founded in 2021, Nute Juice was born during the pandemic as a way to enhance the immune system. On the search for unpasteurized juice, it quickly became apparent that this was not something available in stores. So the founders started juicing highly nutritious whole fruits and vegetables at home, breaking the “norm” of weakened immune systems, low energy, depression, and sedimentary weight gain. They felt a need to share their fountain of health with friends and families, and Nute Juice was born: a delivery service where wellness is the easier and more convenient choice!
Oh Honey is a sustainable apiary with beeyards in Jersey City, NJ, Brooklyn, NY and the Hudson Valley, NY. Their bees and bee products are completely treatment free, which means they don’t use any chemicals, antibiotics, acids, essential oils or any other medications in the hives or honey. They use a cold extraction method, which ensures that all the most valuable parts of the honey are left intact in our products, which means their honey is raw and unprocessed. As part of their treatment-free beekeeping system, Oh Honey raises queen bees from the strongest stock of winter survivors and creates new colonies of resilient and winter-hardy bees.
Independent botanical oil perfumery with a commitment to using only the beauty and versatility of the worlds natural resources to create. All perfumes are made with the finest absolutes, infusions, resins, and oils and are veg and strictly 100% plant based with no synthetics.
Our Souls Shine was founded out of love and awareness to all things related with health and longevity. Their mission is to educate and help people and animals heal themselves in a happy, healthy way. They offer gluten free desserts, fresh squeezed lemonades sweetened with local honey (Millcreek Apiary) and the now famous CHAGA TEAS! Adding the superfood chaga to your daily routine makes it easier to feel the enhancement of living while delivering powerful forces that nourish and heal the body.
Eat healthy home-cooked meals, without the pressure and time constraints of preparing them. Paolo’s Kitchen offers prepared Italian-American meals, wings, empanadas, and more!
PB&J Pastries serves a lovely variety of seasonal baked goods ranging from cookies to cakes. Outside of the farmers market, owner Paula takes orders for events and holidays.
RH Farms if a family-run farm based in Hackettstown, NJ. A long-standing market vendor, RH Frams offers fresh produce and flowers, and Hunter Hildebrant is a favorite of many market regulars. In addition to their fresh season produce, they also offer floral arrangements at the market, as well as for weddings and events.
The Riggs Company was originally founded in 1848 as a wholesale food distribution company. In 2020, it was revived as Riggs Company Provisions to create prepared meals for the community, so they don’t have to work after work. Now, customers can pre-order weekly for pickup or delivery from the seasonal menu, or enjoy meals directly from the farmers market.
Rudo Plants & Home joined the market in 2021 when owner Rusel was looking for a place to sell her propagated plants. As they quickly amassed a loyal following, they also opened up a storefront on Palisade Avenue in the Heights. Rudo Plants & Home sells a variety of house plants, cut florals, and pots.
Since the Spring of 2021, Scale Fish Market has been providing NJ with fresh seafood and some creative premade recipes. Stop by their brick and mortar located at 45 Coles St in Downtown Jersey City or grab their fresh catch from the Market every Sunday.
Shore Point Shrooms is a family-owned mushroom product business located at the Jersey Shore. With sustainable practices at the forefront, they are committed to preserving the local fungal biodiversity while providing customers with the highest quality product. They offer a wide variety of local native species, including Chicken of the Woods, Eastern Cauliflower, Oysters, Reishi, Turkey Tail, and others. Shore Point Shrooms is dedicated to delivering the highest quality mushrooms, harvested locally and sustainably. Their knowledgeable team is here to guide you through the selection process, ensuring you get the perfect mushrooms, cultures, or growing supplies for your needs.
Stony Hill Gardens opened in 1988 with an original emphasis in cut orchid flowers. Since then they have grown and expanded their operations in so many ways, offering not only cut flowers but a generous collection of flowers and herbs as well as an extensive vegetable and fruit operation. The Gardens location grew to include the Farm Market location, which boasts a Maze Fun Park and 10-acre giant corn maze every fall, with other fun attractions throughout the year. Along with their Sunflower Festival, Jersey Fresh vegetables and fruit, they also offer pick-your-own strawberries, apples, and pumpkins and sell pre-cut Christmas trees, wreaths, and roping at the end of the season.
Taste of Poland offers fresh polish food like pierogi, kielbasa, stuffed cabbage, potato pancakes, bratwurst and other items. They also offering catering and event options.
That Pasta Club is an artisan producer of fresh pasta and sauces. We specialize in handmade stuffed pasta, bronze die extruded pasta, small batch sauces, and our intimate supper club. Their pasta rotates on a weekly basis, in conjunction with their supper club menu. The ingredients used in their dishes are seasonal, balanced, and delicious. Find their products locally at a variety of farmers markets and local stores.
The Thirsty Baker is a woman-owned small business located in Jersey City, New Jersey making small batch homemade gourmet brownies. The Thirsty Baker started out as brownies made in an apartment, and will eventually grow into a physical storefront that combines all of these things: indulgent desserts, well-crafted cocktails, and gatherings and events that reflect the community.
Tunkas Bolivian Baked Goods (BBG) is family-owned and makes artisanally prepared salteñas, which are Bolivia’s most iconic street food. Salteñas are baked meat pastries, similar to empanadas but unique due to its brothy and savory filling contained within a slightly sweet dough. By enjoying Tunkas, customers will enjoy a baked, savory and convenient meal that they can eat on-the-go, or buy frozen to enjoy from home—straight out of their oven.
Yassentials mission is to create natural products that are better for all skin types. Excluding harsh chemicals that may contribute to skin conditions is what drives them to make natural soaps, body oils, body scrubs and body butters.