We require that all of our producers grow within 150-miles of Waco. This ensures that we are continually offering the freshest, highest quality produce to you!
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During the week they occupy the Praetorian building downtown on 6th and Franklin.
Their slowly fermented and naturally leavened breads are gently and skillfully developed by their bakers as they adhere to the time-honored craft and art of traditional bread baking. Their focus is on nutritious organic breads that do not contain preservatives or additives. Their mobile brick oven – the Chariot of Fire! – is always ready to move to any gathering looking for pizza.
For more information, visit : http://bakerywaco.com/
While Bonnie’s does participate at the Waco Downtown Farmers Market, their store and greenhouses are worth the trip! Located out past North Loop 340 – on Orchard Lane – Bonnie’s Greenhouse is filled with demonstration gardens, roses, succulents, wind chimes – and roving guinea hens!
For more information, visit : http://www.bonniesgreenhouse.com/
Chuck’s Gourmet Popcorn
Each Saturday morning, the deliciously intoxicating smell of sweet batter drifts through the Market, luring customers to their booth to order savory BLT or jalapeno popper crepes – or to indulge in a decadent nutella-banana-strawberry crepe topped with home-made cinnamon whipped cream. But really the options are endless.
For more information, visit : cotowncrepes.com
Dairy Meadow Soaps
Our creamy goat’s milk soap is made from all natural, good-for-you ingredients, many from our own farm. Each mild bar contains our fresh goat’s milk, pure rainwater, natural glycerin, vegetable oils, special additives such as herbs, ground oatmeal or honey from our bees and only the best therapeutic-grade of essential oils.
For more information, visit : http://dairymeadowsoaps.com/
Double B Farms
First it all started with pastured poultry. Then home-made cookies, made from scratch. Now they are know for their delightfully sweet tea drinks, natural dog food made from the extra parts of their chicken, and their new BBQ sauce. They also make hot wings and corn dogs at Market every Saturday!
We are a tight-knit family who want to share what we can with the members of our community, as well as visitors from beyond our forests. Since it began, the Enchanted Cedar has sprouted and grown into a healthy and magical place, which will only continue to thrive thanks to the many friends we have made there. We offer a warm relaxing environment, magical activities for both children and adults and a wide variety of raw, organic & vegan snack options.
For more information, visit : http://www.enchantedcedar.com/
Fisher Farm & Ranch
Green with Envy
Home Grown Farm
Johnson’s Backyard Garden
With this expansion, they are working hard to bring their high-quality organic produce to more members of the central Texas community.
For more information, visit : https://www.jbgorganic.com/
Lamba’s Royal Indian Food
You can currently find us at the Waco Downtown Farmer’s Market every Saturday as well as other Central Texas farmer’s markets. Stop by and sample our delicious products and get a free hug!
For more information, visit : http://www.lunajuicebar.com/
Mama D’s Pickles, Jams and Jellies
Throughout the year, Kay is busy growing radishes, beets, onions, red potatoes, herbs flowers, turnip greens, mustards, kale, peppers, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, eggplants, cucumbers, squash, melons, peas, cabbage, and collard greens. But she doesn’t stop there. Kay is also well-known for her herbal teas and lotions.
Pecan Bluff Farm
The farm is a working diversified homestead with fruit orchards, native and improved pecan trees, and a wide variety of livestock which are grazed on native pastures.
For more information, visit : http://pecanblufffarm.com/
We use low temperatures to preserve vitamins and enzymes in their raw state.
We are committed to sustainable farming and local family enterprises. We love to share the good food we have found and offer to other families, co-ops, and stores, selling in bulk or pre-packaged. Please let us know how we might work together.
Try Fresh, Family Recipe Crispy, Mesquite-Smoked or Apple Pie Natives, all handmade by our family our small family farm.
For more information, visit : http://www.pecanshop.com/
Punkin Center Berry Farm
Rancho Martinez Tamales
Our cattle are strictly grass fed! The hogs and chickens are pastured and fed with a grain supplement that we produce on our farm. There are no growth hormones or antibiotics used. Richardson Farms also offers free ranged whole chickens and fresh eggs.
We also supply various products to several Austin area restaurants. If you are interested in trying some of our products, we highly suggest you visit on of these restaurants and sample some of their amazing creations!
For more information, visit : http://www.richardsonfarms.com/
Round Rock Honey
Round Rock honey is not a varietal honey, but instead a true wildflower honey. Producing wildflower honey is difficult, but in the opinion of Round Rock Honey it is more important to focus on quality than on quantity!
Unlike the big honey conglomerates, we don’t use diatomaceous earth to make the honey clear, or add heat to extend shelf life.
For more information, visit : http://www.roundrockhoney.com/
Sergio’s Food Truck
Star Farmers Market
Spring crops are Strawberries, rhubarb and a few different greens, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, green onions, then comes blackberries, peaches, plums, grapes, potatoes, onions, squashes of several varieties, salad greens, tomatoes, peas (black eyes, purple hulls, creamers and maybe some others). They have some okra, snow peas or sugar peas, hot and sweet peppers, winter squash, pumpkins and then start all over again.
Their farm is not certified organic but they do abide by all organic standards in growing your produce.
Steel City Pops
The City Farmhouse
The Kissing Tree Vineyards
The Winemaker’s Pantry
TLC Farms is located approximately 40 miles north of Bryan, Texas on 15 acres of rolling post oak savannah. Not only do Tom and Caroline milk their goats – but they make the most wonderful goats’ milk soaps and lotions you’ve ever tried!
For more information, visit : http://www.tlc-farms.com/index.htm
Tulip & Rain Bakery
Their grafted heirloom/open-pollinated, garden-ready vegetable transplants (with a particular focus on tomatoes) will be set for your home and community projects – and their unusual and exotic produce (such as Argentine mainstay summer squash) should bring an added sense of panache to your dinner plate! Woods Acres loves to grow less-cultivated varieties of standard fair produce!
World Hunger Relief, Inc.
These enterprises include: Urban Gardening Programs at area schools, the Community Supported Agriculture program, and numerous Livestock (grass-fed beef, raw goat dairy, free-range eggs, pastured turkeys, raw honey, and more).
For more information, visit : http://worldhungerrelief.org/
- Bach’s Nursery
- Benson Farms (HOT Farms)
- Birdsong Lavender Farms
- Bonnie’s Greenhouse
- Bosque Heritage Farm (Tru Pork LLC)
- Brazos River Train Rides
- C&J Herb Farm
- Chuck’s Gourmet Popcorn
- Cuppa Waco
- Enchanted Cedar
- Fisher Farm and Ranch
- G&G Gary’s Grill
- Green With Envy
- Heritage Creamery
- Home Grown Farm
- HOT Urban Gardening Coalition
- Kissing Tree Vineyard
- Lamba’s Royal Indian Food
- Lawhon Farm
- Lightsey Farm
- Mama D’s
- Midwest Bakery
- Oh My Juice
- Punkin Center Berry Farm
- Rainwater Farm
- Spice Wagon
- Star Farmers Market
- Steel City Pops
- Taqueria Diaz
- Texas Hill Country Olive Oil
- The Crowned Bird
- Victory Oasis Farm
- Winemaker’s Pantry