Summer Season of 2016 is now in full swing on Fridays at Tlaquepaque | Creekside! Come and greet new and old faces amongst our vendors – we are very excited to welcome returning vendors and for new ones to join! If you are a vendor, our Summer Season Vendor Packets are available here. We are currently holding a waiting list, if you would like to be on our waiting list, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Offerings this Week:
Nouveau quiche, Italian gluten free cuisine, tamales, hot beverages, tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, onions, peppers, garlic, beets, carrots, cauliflower, broccoli, chives, oregano, lettuce, kale, spinach, chard, radishes, certified organic citrus (pink grapefruit, valencia oranges), farm fresh eggs, pecans, red potatoes, essential oils, raw chocolates and truffles, lavender, seeds, fermented cabbage, raw honey (mesquite, cat claw, wildflower, horehound, orange blossom and more), oven fresh breads, cinnamon rolls, donuts, pickled asparagus, pickled chick and
quail eggs, goat soaps and lotions, fresh chips and salsa, vegetable sauces, hot sauce, organic teas, jams and jellies, jojoba oil skin products, herbal remedies, locally roasted coffee, energy bars, gluten free Italian cuisine, grass fed beef, line caught flash frozen Alaskan fish, plant starts, tamales fresh or frozen, gluten free pastries, gluten free breads made with quinoa flours and much more!
Our Mission is to support Local Agriculture
“The market aims to support local sustainable agricultural activity and increase the supply of locally grown food. Local food is not only fresher, it also preserves genetic diversity, promotes energy conservation, supports local farm families, builds community and preserves open space,” says founding director, Katrin Themlitz.
On site farm inspection happen twice per season. We do not allow re-selling. All growers bring only what they grow. We do allow a grower to sell for their neighbor or family member with the appropriate documentation and with approval of the market manager.
Sedona Community Farmers Market has initiated food safety education programs for growers in Northern Arizona in collaboration with University of Arizona Extension Office of Yuma and Yavapai Counties based on USDA’s Good Handling and Good Agricultural Practices, also known as GHP/GAP. All growers attending this market have a Certificate of Completion for USDA’s GHP/GAP educational programs. Market offerings are hand tended, pesticide and chemical free with organic growing methods.