Welcome to the Malvern Farmers Market!
The countdown to the 2014 season of the Malvern Farmers Market is on! We'll be moving back outside, in Burke Park, every Saturday, starting May 3rd, from 9:00A - 1 P. Many thanks to the host of our 2013-2014 Winter Market, Malvern Baptist Church - it was quite the winter, and we were so happy to have an indoor location!
This season we'll be bringing you your favorite market vendors from 2013, and some new surprises too! We welcome you to join us every Saturday morning in Burke Park to find the cream of the crops of locally grown, raised and produced foods.
Joining us in Malvern this Season!
Below is a listing of all of the farms and producers participating in the Malvern Farmers Market for the 2014 season. Some will be at the market every week, while others will attend the market every other week. To stay up to date on who is attending the market, please sign up for our weekly newsletter - the sign-up form is at the bottom of this page.
Fruits & Veggies
Meat, Poultry & Eggs
Non-Food & Services
Where Are We?
We're in Burke Park, just south of the King Street and Warren Avenue intersection, in the beautiful little town of Malvern!
Sign-Up for the Weekly Newsletter
Every week we email our Malvern Farmers Market newsletter. The newsletter lists all of the farmers and food vendors attending the market that week, what they are bringing to market, their specials, as well as interesting tidbits about the market and the Malvern community.
Malvern Farmers Market Opened Spring 2013
The Malvern Farmers Market hosted their Grand Opening Day May 4, 2013, featuring over 25 farmers and food artisans. Every vendor at the market must grow, raise or make what they sell - this is called a "producer only" market. Taking advantage of the rich agricultural location, every farmer and market vendor is located within a 50 mile radius of Malvern. Variety is key to a great farmers market; and this market promises to be impressive, offering:
- local fruits and vegetables - the cream of the crops, organic and conventional
- pasture raised meats (beef, pork, lamb, veal) and poultry, farm fresh eggs
- dairy products including finely crafted local cheeses
- wholesome, whole grain breads
- baked goods, both sweet and savory
- handmade pasta and sauce
- local honey and maple syrup
- small batch frozen desserts
- artisan chocolates
- hummus and salsa
- jams and jellies
- locally roasted coffee
- field grown flowers
- handmade soap
- doggie treats too
A visit to the farmers market is a community event - offering something for everyone. In addition to the amazing selection of fresh and wholesome foods, the market also features weekly musical guests and activities for children to educate them about where their food comes from. During the year the market hosts a number of special events to celebrate holidays, national farmers market week and, well, what ever tickles our fancy.
Consistent with the social mission of the market, food drives will be held periodically to benefit the West Chester Food Cupboard and other organizations in need of food donations. Additionally, market space will be made available to non-profit organizations if their mission is similar to that of the market.