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Farmers and Other Producers Selling in the San Mateo Farmers' Market
FarmsAndreotti Family Farm - Half Moon Bay
This farm has been in business since 1926 which offers delicious, just picked strawberries, artichokes, peas, brussel sprouts, beans, cucumbers and whatever else is growing in their adjacent fields. Learn more...
Barbagelata Farms - Linden
Bautista Ranch - Stockton
Bautista Ranch is a second generation family farm. They have been farming at the same location in Stockton for over 60 years and grow a wide variety of vegetables including summer squash, a rainbow array of peppers and heirloom tomatoes. Learn more...
Bernard Ranch - Valley Center
Bill Ferry Ranches - Woodlake
Bill Ferry Ranches grows citrus fruit and produces their own orange juice on their two hundred and eight acre farm in Woodlake. Their familyís roots have been in Woodlake since 1912 and even helped build the town. In 1913 they planted a thirty acre farm, half navel oranges and half valencias. They didnít know it at the time, but they were building a life in Woodlake for future generations. Learn more...
Blue House Farm - Pescadero
Capay Fruit and Vegetables - Capay Capay Organics grows specialty crops such as heirloom tomatoes, figs, and strawberries. Their favorite part about farming is connecting people with what they're eating. They get great satisfaction from closing the loop from farm to fork! Capay Organic is certified organic by California Certified Organic Farmers Learn more...
CMC Farms - Fresno
Contreras Flowers Farm - Moss Beach
Country Rhodes Family Farm - Visalia
Phil Rhodes Family Farms is located in Visalia where they grow tomatoes, onions, five varieties of eggplants, and Hungarian sweet peppers. They also grow grapes, pluots, Asian pears, nectarines, plums, and crimson grapes, their brown turkey figs are one of their specialties. Learn more...
Del Real Dates - Salinas Del Real Dates produces tens of thousands of pounds of dates on their ten acre farm in Winterhaven. Ramon Del Real has been growing fruits and vegetables for over twenty years, but ventured into the cultivation of dates about nine years ago. Learn more...
Diaz Farms - Fowler The Diaz family has experience in growing tree fruits, vines and citrus dating back to the 1970's. They have 40 acres and use conventional farming methods. Learn more...
Far West Fungi - Moss Landing Far West Fungi grows and sells high quality, organic mushrooms including Shiitake, Tree Oyster, Lions Mane, Maitake, and King Oyster. Learn more...
Fifth Crow Farm - Pescadero
Fujioka Farms - Fresno
G Bar G Ranch - Half Moon Bay
G Bar G Ranch is registered organic with the State of California. Their apple trees were planted about twenty years ago after Gilbert Gossett retired from teaching and the Naval Reserve. Learn more...
G&S Farms - Brentwood Ghiggeri and Stonebarger Farms, better known as G&S, is located in Brentwood, has been in the family since 1935, and Emilio Ghiggeri planted the first sweet corn there in 1945. Today, Emilioís son, Roy Ghiggeri, runs the farm, along with Emilioís son-in law, Glenn Stonebarger. The two farm around a thousand acres in Brentwood. Learn more...
Garcia Farms - Los Banos Garcia Farms grows a wide range of vegetables for Bay Area farmers'markets on its farmland in Hollister. Learn more...
Hamlow Ranch & Estrada Produce - Denair Hamlow Ranches has been growing their business since 1960. They started with canning and then began drying peaches in the 1970s. In the 1980s they started growing almonds. Selling at farmers markets has enabled Hamlow Ranches to diversify the variety of stonefruit and nuts that they grow and expand their acreage to include 70 varieties of fruits and nuts. They have 350 acres. Learn more...
Happy Boy Farms - Freedom Owner, Greg Beccio, has been farming organically since 1988. Greg started with 2 acres and eventually farmed over 1,000 acres, which are Certified Organic. In 1995 Greg sold the Riverside Farms operation and began Happy Boy Farms in order to focus on farmers' markets and direct delivery to food service, with the emphasis on quality and diversity. Learn more...
Hullana Farms - Merced
Iacopi Farms - Half Moon Bay
The location of Louis Iacopi's 100-acre farm is very unusual -- it's between the landing strips at the Half Moon Bay Airport! Fortunately, there's not too much air traffic at that airport, so Louis is able to keep his farm well-tended. The cool, coastal climate of Iacopi Farm in Half Moon Bay is ideal for growing their signature flavorful peas and beans. Louis is particularly strong in these legumes ranging from peas (sugar and English varieties), fava beans, snap beans and dry beans. Learn more...
Inzana Ranch & Produce - Hughson Inzana Ranch and Produce is a one-hundred-and-forty acre farm in Hughson where we grow a variety a crops, ranging from stonefruits to citruses. Inzana Ranch has always grown produce and planted trees, vines, and vegetables that they enjoy working with, eating, and sharing. Learn more...
J&M Farms - Reedley The Ibarras have been in the farming business since the 1970's and taking part in the farmer's markets since the first ones opened in the 1980's. They have 50 acres in the Reedley area. Learn more...
K&J Orchards - Winters
Kashiwase Farm - Winton
Kay Farm - Fresno
Kou Xiong Farms - Fresno
La Chiquita Farm - Castroville
Lone Oak Organic Ranch / Farmer and the Dale - Reedley
Lopez Organic Farm - Castroville
The Lopez Farm consists of 12 acres in San Marin, CA, with 45 different kinds of vegetables. Learn more...
Medina Berry Farms - Watsonville Medina Berry Farms has over thirty acres in Watsonville and have been farming for about fifteen years. The elder Medina began as a berry picker and then became a broker, eventually learning how to grow berries himself. He bought land and started his own farm. The rest, as they say, is history. Learn more...
Northridge Farms - Salinas
Nunez Farm - Watsonville
Nyia Yi Farms - Stockton
Nyia Yi Farm is located in Sanger where the Ly family grows a variety of Asian vegetables and greens on their four acre farm. Learn more...
Ouroboras Farms - Loma Mar
Payne Farm - Modesto
PCD Hamada Farms - Kingsburg Hamada Farms is a one hundred fifty acre farm located in Kingsburg, where the Hamadas grow a variety of fruits and vegetables. Their crop choices are influenced by what will grow well in their climate and the flavor quality they can produce. Learn more...
Prevedelli Farms - Watsonville The Prevedelli Family has been farming for over seventy-five years in Santa Cruz County. Farming is a tradition in their family and they are now a fourth generation family farm. All of their apples, pears, berries, and other products are certified organic and picked at peak ripeness for full flavor. Learn more...
Pulido Farms - Hollister
Rainbow Orchards - Camino
Pulido Farms is a family business that was established in 1957 by Martin Pulido, Johnís father. The Pulidosí large extended family grows Blenheim apricots on 30 acres under the sunny skies of Hollister. Learn more...
Located on Apple Hill in Camino, CA, Rainbow Orchards brings 20 varieties of apples to the market, as well as Bartlett pears, blueberries, peaches, nectarines, and heirloom winter squashes at various times throughout the year. Learn more...
Rodin Farms - Oakdale
Rodriguez Farms - Watsonville
Schletewitz Family Farms - Sanger Schletewitz Farms offers wonderful peaches, nectarines, oranges, grapes, and apricots at various times throughout the year. Started in 1932, it is truly a family enterprise. Three generations of family members participate in farming and farmers' markets. Learn more...
Specialty Produce - Los Altos Specialty Produce farms 86 acres in San Benito County, growing an incredible variety of vegetables, specializing in root crops and leafy greens. Learn more...
Swank Farms - Hollister Famous for their corn maze and pumpkin patch in Autumn, their 60-acre ranch in Hollister has been in the family since 1929. Learn more...
The Good Faith Organic Farm - Flournoy
Tomatero Organic Farm - Aptos The folks at Tomatero Organics worked for other farmers up until 4 years ago when they decided to branch out on their own. They started with 4 acres in Santa Cruz County and have added 14 more along the way. Learn more...
Topete - Reedley Topete Family Farm is a 25 acre farm located in Reedley. The Topetes started their grape vineyard from scratch over 30 years ago. They began with Ruby Seedless grapes, and over the years they gradually mixed in a few other varieties Learn more...
A. Cozzolino Nursery - Half Moon Bay
Challenge Horticulture dba Half Moon Bay Orchids - Half Moon Bay
East & West Gourmet Food - Livermore
Fernandes Flower Growers - Freedom
The Fernandes family operates 10 acres of greenhouses and 10 acres of land in Watsonville, and supplies flowers for farmers markets throughout northern California. Learn more...
Westland Nursery - Pescadero
Dairies and Eggs
Achadinha Cheese (JD Pacheco Land, LLC) - Petaluma
Great Valley Poultry - Manteca
Great Valley Poultry is located on a four and a half acre farm in Manteca where the Corbin family raise cage free chickens to produce eggs. The Corbins raise and maintain a flock of approximately 80,000 birds for their eggs. Learn more...
Small Bees - San Jose
Small Bees is a family business from San Jose, CA. The primary beekeepers are Mark and Wendy Small. Daughters Caitlin, Erin and Brianna Small also contribute a great deal to the operation. Mark Smallís beekeeping career began as a hobby in 2002. Learn more...
Alonso Foods - Hayward
Beckmann's Old World Bakery - Santa Cruz
Beckmannís Bakery is located in Santa Cruz, just a six-block walk to the beach. They make great bread, pies, cookies, pastries, and focaccia and do their best to help customers find exactly what they need. Some of their best-loved products are German farmbread, California sourdough, tropical snickerdoodles, and ollalisberry pie. Learn more...
Chateau Bakery, LLC - Burlingame
Crepe & Brioche - San Francisco
Dolce Sicilia - San Jose
Edith's Food Company / Koz's Kitchen - Modesto
Four Season Rolls - Los Gatos
Heidi Pies Restaurant - San Ramon
Scone Wild - San Francisco
Sweet Aha! LLC - San Francisco
Meat and Seafood
Cyder Creek Smokehouse - Mt. View
Haley Sausage Company - Burlingame
Markegard Family Grass-Fed LLC - Half Moon Bay
Mission Fresh Fish - San Leandro
Tailgate Steaks & Seafood - San Jose
Hot Food/Ready to Eat
California Coffee Company - Mountain View
Chairman Food Truck - San Francisco
Curry Up Now - South San Francisco
Dibrova Foods - Foster City
Hiyaa! Inc. (Mobile Food Truck) - San Mateo
Kettle Pop - Benicia
Roli Roti - Hayward
Roli Roti is the countryís first and finest mobile rotisserie, serving only sustainably-farmed meats and organic produce at their seasonal best. Growing up in Switzerland his my fatherís butcher shop gave Thomas Odermatt an appreciation for meat. It was there he learned of using the right cuts for the right purpose, and of choosing meats that came from livestock pastured on open land. Learn more...
Alive & Radiant Foods (Kaia Foods) - Oakland
Big Paw Olive Oil Co. - Campbell
Big Paw is a family business located in Campbell, providing unique olive oils and balsamic vinegars. The business has relationships with many small orchards throughout California and Bryan and the family complete the taste analysis, bottling, and crafting themselves. Learn more...
Blendid - San Francisco
CaCoCo - Grass Valley
El Porteno Empanadas - San Francisco
Fabrique Delices - San Jose
Farmhouse Culture - San Francisco
G. Service - San Francisco
Go To Chocolate - San Carlos
Holistic Health Nutrition - Fremont
Home Maid Brand - South San Francisco
Jerk 'n Pickle - Belmont
La Vie! Wellness in a bottle. - Soquel
Nago Foods - San Francisco
Nana Joes Granola - San Francisco
Papi Chulo Salsa - Daly City
Santa Cruz Pasta Factory - Scotts Valley
Side By Side Gourmet - San Francisco
Sinbad Catering, LLC - San Mateo
Sweetdragon Baking Company - San Jose
The Loose Leaf - San Francisco
Tofu Yu - Berkeley
Tofu Yu is located in beautiful West Berkeley where they prepare plain, flavored, and smoked tofu; spicy veggie wraps; soy pasta; and tofu burger patties. Tofu Yu has been in operation for two years and are considered a family owned and operated business. Learn more...
We Love Jam (EH Products) - San Francisco
Yia Yia's Baklava -
Deux Amies - El Granada
Dream Light Jewelry - Belmont
Ginkgo-Designs.com - Foster City
Handmade By Teresa - Kensington
J. Carruthers Wholesale - San Mateo
Pamela Soap - Fremont
Pamela Soap produces gentle and fresh handmade soap created from pure, aromatherapy grade essential oils and organic botanicals. They are truly a cottage industry, with their handmade soap produced out of their home in Fremont. Learn more...
Precious Puch Doggie Bakery - San Leandro
Shinto's Pet Food - Grass Valley
The Sharp Brothers - Oakland
Live music in the market by Miena Yoo
on September 27, 2014
Kevin Kooyumjian performs live in the market
on October 4, 2014
Enjoy the music of Marilyn Vogel
on October 11, 2014
Paul Anderson performs live in the market
on October 18, 2014
This farmers' market proudly accepts WIC-FMNP Coupons and CalFresh/EBT (food stamps). You can spend your WIC-FMNP coupons directly with the farmers. See the Market Manager to purchase tokens with your EBT Card to spend in the market.
This week the Market Match incentive program offers you a $5 bonus when you purchase at least $10 in CalFresh/EBT tokens at the Farmers' Market. The Market Match program continues until October 4, 2014.