East Haven Farmer's Market Returns This Summer

The popular Farmer's Market returns until October.

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The popular East Haven Farmer’s Market will resume this Sunday (July 6th) and will continue every Sunday until October 12th. The market is once again being held in the parking lot of Town Hall at 250 Main Street from 9:00 am until 12:30 pm. This year's market is managed by family farmers Chris Vaiuso of Vaiuso Farms in Branford and Carolyn Bradley of Borrelli Farm in Northford.

The East Haven Farmer’s Market is committed to selling only Connecticut grown farm products and/or Connecticut made products. Vendors are required to produce a traceable point of origin within Connecticut (receipt) if product being sold was not produced by the vendor.

In addition to Borrelli and Vaiuso Farms, DiSorbo’s Italian Bakery has committed to selling their goods at the market each Sunday during the summer. The farms are expected to bring a variety of fruits, vegetables and herbs each week, while DiSorbo’s Bakery while be offering their fresh handmade breads.   This year the market will be featuring a number of additional vendors with possibly several more to come. Steve and Maryann Borrelli Farm of Northford will be selling native honey and maple syrup. Also committed are: Jewelry by Laura, Andie’s Cookies and Frozen moments Ice Cream truck. D& D Concessions will also have a truck selling breakfast and lunch fare. 

Interested vendors should contact either Carolyn Bradley (203-710-2760) or Chris Vaiuso (203-444-1373). All vendors interested in selling any food products must meet with the East Shore Health District during their regular business hours before being allowed to sell at the market.

For Further information or comment, contact:

Carolyn Bradley (203) 710-2760 email: dinaglide2000@yahoo.com

Chris Vaiuso (203) 444-1373 email: chrisvaiuso@gmail.com


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