Welcome ten new vendors to the King Farmers Market and two new vendors to the Lents International Farmers Market this season!
We are excited to have such a diverse group of food producers with unique products from plant-based cookies & ice cream sandwiches to herbal medicinal tinctures and heirloom produce!
Please visit the Kenton Farmers Market on Wednesdays, 3 – 7 pm through September 28 and Lents International Farmers Market on Sundays, 9 am – 2 pm to greet these new members of the PFM community, sample and purchase their offerings
The Aimsir Distilling Company (Portland) — Award-winning local spirits including gin, bourbon whiskey and a unique Cold Brew Bourbon. (Find them at Kenton, Lents International and Shemanski Park Farmers Markets.)
Doe Donuts (Portland) — Handcrafted, plant-based ice cream sandwiches with tempting flavors like Lemon Cookie & Earl Grey, Sugar Cookie & Birthday Cake, and Snickerdoodle with Marionberry. (Find them at Kenton and Shemanski Park Farmers Markets.)
Earthlings Among Us (Portland) — Bioregional and small-batch herbal medicines made from ingredients grown with regenerative and biodynamic practices. (Find them at Lents International Farmers Market.)
Fink’s Fermented Foods (Portland) — Locally sourced vegan foods fermented with care, including sauerkraut, kimchi and pickles. (Find them at Kenton and Shemanski Park Farmers Markets.)
Good Day Granola (Portland) — Slow-baked granola with organic rolled oats, pecans, walnuts and spices. (Find them at PSU, Kenton and King Farmers Markets.)
The Growers Grange (Corbett, OR) — Italian heirloom vegetables, focusing on heirloom figs grown on a small family farm. (Find them at Kenton Farmers Market.)
Moorish Roots (Portland) — Heirloom and salad greens, peppers and other produce grown using sustainable, bio-integrated farming methods. (Find them at Kenton Farmers Market.)
Nate’s Oatmeal Cookies (Portland) — 100% organic, vegan, handcrafted and delicious cookies baked using Nate’s mom’s original recipe. (Find them at Kenton Farmers Market.)
Simply Sol (Molalla, OR) — Hemp, medicinal herb products, and produce are cultivated with care on six acres southeast of Portland. (Find them at PSU, Kenton and King Farmers Markets.)
SunCatcher Farms (Portland) — Fresh, naturally nutritious vegetables grown on a Certified Naturally Grown backyard farm in SW Portland. (Find them at Kenton Farmers Market.)
We would also like to officially welcome Hooligan Harvest to the community – they joined us last October at the Lents International Farmers Market and their smoked & fresh salmon quickly became shopper favorites. Hooligan Harvest is a female-owned and operated Indigenous fish retailer based out of Portland. As a Yakama Nation tribal citizen, their products are traditionally and ethically harvested locally. Their Wild Columbia River Salmon is caught, processed, packaged and brought to the market weekly; it doesn’t get any fresher than that!
We hope to see you at the markets soon!