Taste the Local Flavor

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Winter Season 2017-2018

The Winter Season is now in full swing on Sundays 12pm-4pm.  The market is set up in the Wells Fargo Bank parking lot at 2201 W SR 89A across from Sedona Rouge.   Winter Season vendor packets are available here.  The market currently has a waiting list for new vendors.  We are excited for our market to be named in the top 10 farmers markets in Arizona – read the article here.

Holiday Hours 2017

Sunday, December 24 – Christmas Eve   11am-3pm

Sunday, December 31 – New Year’s Eve  11am-3pm

Market Offerings

Breakfast Items: Rustic elegant quiche, gluten free authentic Italian cuisine, coffee, tea, chai, lemonade.

Vegetables:  Tomatoes, chard, lettuce, arugula, kohlrabi, collards, French cucumbers, carrots, zucchini, potatoes, fennel, celery, candy onions, garlic, beets, leeks, fennel, mustard greens, turnips, broccoli, leaks, baby kale lettuce mix, radishes, butternut squash, micro greens – buckwheat, mung beans, sweet peas, sunflower, wheatgrass trays (pre-order only).

Sauces, Dips, Condiments: Pesto, salsa, hot sauce, hummus, chips.

Herbs:  Chives, dill, parsley, cilantro, oregano, coriander seeds, chamomile, sage, thyme, basil and basil plants. 

Fruits, Nuts, Legumes:  Watermelon, honey dew melon, cantaloupe, rhubarb, strawberries, pecans, dried pinto beans.

Canned Artisan Products:  Jams, jellies, sauerkraut, pickled asparagus, pickled quail and chicken eggs, pickled prickly pear, pickled pineapple, fermented cabbage and more.

Breads and Pastries:   European sourdough and rye, sweet corn bread, cinnamon rolls, donuts, also gluten free and paleo options made from quinoa and almond flours.

Meat, Eggs, Dairy:  Grass fed beef, sausage, farm fresh pastured chicken/duck/quail eggs. 

Healing Products:  Raw honey, kombucha, locally made almond butter, locally made CBD oil tincture, organic vinegar elixirs, magnesium skin lotion, emu dietary supplements and tinctures, homeopathic tinctures, organic herbal teas, locally distilled essential oils, lavender.

Other: Gourmet popsicles, raw chocolates and truffles, dried lavender flowers, raw honey (mesquite, cat claw, wildflower), organic teas, jams and jellies, gluten free Italian cuisine, plant starts, worm castings, goat milk products (lotions, soaps, shampoo and body butters), tamales, state of the art knives by Cutco (sales support students going back to school) and much more!

Services:  Chair Massage Therapy weekly, knife sharpening (winter monthly) is offered at the market.

Education:  Master Gardeners of U of A Agricultural Extension of Yavapai County offering their gardening expertise, Oak Creek Watershed Council offering good practices to help keep our waterways and watershed vital and clean.

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 and grown with organic methods.