18 April 2022

Introducing Our 2022 Crop of New Vendors at PSU Farmers Market!

We are excited to welcome 18 new vendors to the PSU Farmers Market this season! There are collectives of vendors selling together, vendors with unique educational programs, vendors who give back to the community, and BIPOC-owned brands. 

Please visit the PSU Farmers Market this Saturday (and every Saturday through the end of October) 8:30 am – 2 pm, say hello to these new members of the PFM community and, of course, sample and purchase their offerings. There is something for everyone, from dulse seaweed to forest-raised pork to artisanal medicinal products!

Blind Coffee Roasters (Milwaukie, OR) – Farm-direct coffee beans roasted locally, focused on making great coffee and giving back to nonprofits in the community.

Brothy (Beaverton, OR) – Nourishing bone broth crafted with locally sourced, grass-fed and pastured raised ingredients. Owned and operated by a gay Asian-American woman.

Browny Bee Honey (Portland) – 100% pure, raw and unfiltered honey from Portland-area hives. Hot Honey and assorted hot sauces are also available, and all are made with local ingredients. 

Camellia Grove Kombucha (Portland) – Refreshing kombucha brewed with organic tea, cane sugar and live culture. Balanced and approachable, great on its own or as a mixer. 

Foglight Farms (Hillsboro, OR) – A BIPOC-owned farm focused on regenerative agriculture, offering pasture-raised eggs and fresh produce. 

Forest Candy (Portland) – A woman-owned business making small-batch, vegan, organic dark chocolate truffles featuring medicinal mushrooms and seasonal foraged flavors from the forests of the Pacific Northwest.

Good Day Granola (Portland) – Slow-baked, small batch oatmeal with organic rolled oats, pecans, walnuts and spices.

The Marble Queen (Portland) – Creative and delicious hot food inspired by various cultures and made with fresh Pacific Northwest ingredients. 

North Coast Commons (Tillamook, OR) – A woman-owned, cooperative producer-led initiative featuring curated products from North Oregon Coast ranchers, fishers, farmers and makers, including seafood, pasta, sauces, dulse seaweed, berries, coffee, and pasture-raised pork.

Park Place Perennials (West Linn, OR) – Fresh and dried lavender and lavender products like essential oil and honey made in small batches on the farm. 

Rainbow Produce (Boring, OR) – Heirloom, non-GMO produce grown on a single acre of land using sustainable and integrated farming methods.  

ROAM (Portland) – Delicious hot foods inspired by the travels of this husband-wife team, using ingredients from the Pacific Northwest. 

Sauvie Shrubs (Sauvie Island, OR) – A hyper-local pantry & botanical company crafting seasonal shrubs and fire cider made with whole fruits and vegetables, fermented and cold-pressed.

Simply Sol Farms (Molalla, OR) – A BIPOC-owned & operated hemp, medicinal herb and produce farm committed to cultivating naturally and regenerative medicines for our community and beyond.

The Wayward Daughters (Portland) – A woman-owned business creating artisan tomato sauce handcrafted and jarred with no preservatives, added sugars or gluten.

Totum Farm (Philomath, OR) – 100% grass-fed beef, forest-raised pork, pasture-raised chicken and turkey, and fresh eggs. 

Vesper Mushrooms Extracts (Portland) – Full-spectrum, double-extracted wild mushroom tinctures blended with huckleberries for added nutritional support. 

Next month, we’ll publish a blog post about the new vendors coming to King and Shemanski Park farmers markets!