List of Vendors 2016

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Come support our local farmers and producers at the farmers markets this season!

Produce 1   Tomatoes

Wondering where a vendor’s farm is located? Want to know the best way to prepare a certain type of produce? Need canning advice? Then ask our vendors! 

One of the greatest attractions to coming to a market vs. a grocery store is the ability to build connections through talking directly to the farmer/food producer. So if you ever have questions about what you are buying, we encourage you to ask the vendors themselves as they are best experts at the market.  

The Richfield Farmers Markets' vendors grow what they sell. And they bring their products on a weekly basis to the market from within 200 miles of Richfield. Generally, the produce that you buy at our markets has been picked that morning or the day before. We currently allow one vendor at the Saturday market to sell wholesale produce grown outside of Minnesota in addition their own MN produce. We believe that this adds to the overall market service and accessibility.

Wondering what other produce is in season in Minnesota and at our market? Check out: MN Grown's In Season Produce Chart

Jams        Cheese

Current Richfield Farmers Market Vendors:

Home-Grown Produce

Bee’s Fresh Vegetables, from Hastings, MN: Bee & Yer Thao run this family operated business with the help of their 5 children: We have been with the Richfield Farmers Market for 6 years and hope our contribution meets the standards of a well spent Saturday morning. We have confidence that we can provide our customers with a variety of fresh vegetables that are freshly picked the night before being sold at market. We are Hmong and are originally from Laos where we have a familiar route of farming and agriculture since it was introduced to us when we were young. It has been passed from our ancestors through many generations. We know that the residents of Richfield are open-minded, so we like to carry potentially, unfamiliar, but wonderful vegetables, such as bitter melon, ground cherries, and kohlrabi.   

Chai Xiong & Family from Rosemount, MN: This year marks our 15th year as a little family farm in MN. We try to grow a variety of vegetables every year to cater to our customers' liking. We have early season vegetables such as green onions, potatoes, lettuce to summer and fall produce such as squash, tomatoes, Asian greens, eggplants, and more. 

Charles Xiong’s Family Farm from Farmington, MN

J & J Produce from Millville, MN: The Dondlinger Family Farm sells many varieties of sweet corn, pumpkins, squash (buttercup, butternut, acorn, spaghetti, and hubbard), melons (muskmelons & watermelons), and other produce.

Kou Lor's Family Garden from Rosemount, MN:  Our family has been selling produce at this market since it first opened in 1990. We take pride in what we do. We would not sell what we would not eat ourselves. You will not be disappointed with our veggies. 

Kiatoukaysy Farm from Rush City, MN

Lor Yang & Family from Ham Lake, MN

Ridgeroll Farms from Buffalo, MN: A 40 year old family farm of Julie & Jerome Vergin. They will have starter plants (herbs, peppers, tomatoes, and other vegetables), bedding flowers (annuals only) and maple syrup products for sale. At the market from May 21st-June 18th. 

Tong Moua & Family from Hastings, MN: Offer both Wholesale produce as well as their own homegrown produce when in season.

Tong See Yang and Family Farm from Lonsdale, MN

Xia Xiong’s Fresh cut Flowers and Vegetables from Rosemount, MN: We are a family owned farm. We have been in the vegetable business for 26 years and fresh-cut flowers for 10 years. We also sell in bulk orders and specialize in weddings, graduations, banquets, and anniversary arrangements.

Meat and Dairy Products

Brand Farms from Farmington, MN: We are a small family-run farm specializing in fresh products such as eggs, fruits, baking items and value added products. We have a wide variety of products and are a one-stop shop. Our apple chips and eggs are wildly popular. We raise Leghorn and Rhode Island Red, and Goldstar laying hens. We're currently raising 400 laying hens which are housed in three different barns. They are free roaming and cage free. Our apple chips are one-of-a-kind item that you will not find anywhere else. Made with our own apples, no preservatives or additives. Aaron Brand, 651-206-9457,

Chatty Farmer from Welch, MN: Chatty Farmer puts a face to the farmer, tells the story behind it and benefits the local economy. We sell real food. Our animals are raised with respect and our vegetables are preserved with only the essentials. It’s about getting back to the basics. Food is fuel. We aren’t here to market diet fads. We are farmers who want to raise healthy food. Selling pork (single cuts & bundles), beef (single cuts & bundles), whole chickens, as well as an assortment of canned good items, like pickles and tomato sauces. Amanda Carlson, 612-616-5887, 

Eichten's Hidden Acres from Center City, MN: Eichtens was the first farm in the United States to produce farmstead Gouda cheese in 1976. They sell many varieties of European & American Cheeses (including cheese spreads) and Bison Meat products made or produced on the farm in Center, City, MN. Eileen Eichten-Carlson, eichtens@ 651-257-4752

Specialty Items

Addie's Gourmet Donuts from Plymouth MN: Come try fancy, gourmet mini donuts from Addie's this season! Flavors include Lemon Pie, Maple Bacon, Smore's, Grizzly, Chocolate Orange, Chocolate-Covered Strawberry, Cinna Sugar and more! Also sell coffee & hot chocolate. Family Owned and Operated. Jordon Serfling, 612-910-3745

Breadsmith of the Twin Cities from Minnetonka, MN: Breadsmith uses the highest quality ingredients to create hand-crafted breads made from scratch and baked fresh daily. We have store locations in St. Paul, Edina and Minnetonka. We sells assorted rolls, breads, sweet breads, muffins, and our popular pretzel breadsticks. 952-475-0099 

Crystal Bay Greek Catering from Minneapolis, MN: We opened our family catering company in 2014 following our wedding as we were inspired by the process to find the perfect caterer. Hamza has been a chef for over 13 years and has a passion for food that is unmatched elsewhere. We sell hot food to eat onsite at the market, including gyro sandwiches (both chicken and beef & lamb mix), kabobs, hummus, rice, falafel and more. Catering opportunities available as well. Hamza Alhabarneh, 651-210-0574,,

Platense from White Bear Lake, MN: It's simple but unique: Coated nuts with an amazing house-made caramel. Our frosted nuts (peanuts, almonds, pecans, walnuts, and cashes) is a traditional recipe, a family recipe, from Argentina. This is a family business. I grew up selling this product with my family and they still have a family business. I started my own business on June 18, 2015 in White Bear Lake and I look forward to continuing this tradition. Also sell Chimichurry sauce which is always served on grilled meats in Argentina. 

Scott’s Bees and Honey from Chaska, MN: Honey (Clover, Buckwheat, & Orange Blossom flavors), creamed honey, raw honey (when in season), many flavors of honey sticks, beeswax, and maple syrup products. Scott Herrmann, 612-590-5863

Tibetan Momo from Edina, MN: Tibertan Momo is prepared from fresh every day and made from scratch. It is very different from the Chinese pot stickers even though the shape remains similar. We, Tibetans, use mostly ground beef or vegetables and sometimes they can be prepared with cheese. This dish is served on very important occasions in Tibetan culture including the new year, cultural festivals, and religious ceremonies. Served with a variety of sauces. Also offers catering opportunities. Dhondup Tsering 952-220-5931 

Winter Goddess Foods from Minneapolis, MN: We are socially conscious purveyors of Organic "Comfort Drink," "Comfort Snack" and "Comfort Treat" products. We work hard to provide our customers with wholesome, great tasting products that promotes that "Ahhh moment" of relaxation and enjoyment. Our Organic items are crafted without the use of chemicals, binders, extenders, fillers, additives, or artificial ingredients of any kind. Our candies are also made without the use of corn syrup.  Every Winter Goddess product we make is "Made with Love for your well-being!" Products include: wild rice bread, muffins, scones, ricotta cookies, apple butter, caramels, granola, nuts, and chai. Terry Williams, wintergoddessfoods@gmail.com 

Honey    Bread