Lizzie’s Cheese Straws will be returning to the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market on February 20, 2016.
Veggie Confetti. Veggie Confetti Farm is a small, family farm that grows hydroponic microgreens in St. Augustine Florida.
Jan and Ina Zevenbloom’s children came aboard the Joma, a general cargo ship that carried automobiles and food to Nassau, and returned with rum and winter vegetables, when they each turned three months old.
One of our most popular booths is organized by Tommy King and Jane Honn, who bring seasonal produce and specialty treats to the Market Place each and every Saturday.
The Boatrights have a family farm in Pierce County, Georgia, that Al Boatright’s grandmother purchased in 1945.
Meet three vendors who join us each Saturday, rain or shine, in exhausting heat or brutal cold, to bring fresh and healthy options to your family’s table.
Each week the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers’ market offers dozens of delightful vendors offering their local, organic or natural specialties.
A great way to learn more about the foods you buy at the local farmers’ market in historic Fernandina Beach, Florida, is to get to know the folks behind the tables.
The Butcher, The Baker and the Candlestick Maker come to the farmers market on Amelia Island in historic, Fernandina Beach.
Their popular soups this week include Italian Chicken, Clam Chowder and Chili. Stop by the market and meet My Personal Chef, and let them do the cooking!