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Farmers and Other Producers Selling in the Martinez Farmers' Market
Alhambra Valley Pears & Beef - Martinez
Atlas Peak - Napa
Cipponeri Family Farms - Turlock
Cipponeri Family Farms grows an incredible variety of fruit on six different plots of farmland in Hughson, Hickman and Denair. Throughout the spring and summer they grow eight varieties of apricots, over 30 varieties of nectarines and over 50 varieties of peaches. Learn more...
Halog Farms - South San Francisco Halog is a family run farm in Merced County. The farm was started by Florecita's mother and father in 1980. They are most proud of their beans and their colorful winter squash, one of the many crops that they grow on their 38 acres. They use both commercial and organic fertilizers and practice crop rotation to control pests. Florecita touts the farmers market for totally supporting her family. Learn more...
J&J Ramos Farms - Hughson Jorge Ramos began farming in the mid-1990's with a 13 acre piece of land. The family now has 120 acres in Hughson, CA. Growing a lot of varieties between peaches, nectarines and nuts, Jorge discovered that by working hard and staying united, he could achieve anything. That has been his commitment ever since. 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...
John Xiong Farm (Eng Xiong) - Fresno
Nature's Candy Company - Ripon
Nunez Farm - Watsonville
Rodriguez Ranch - Watsonville
The 35-acre Rodriguez Ranch is a true family business. It was started by Roberto Rodriguez and his brother, Manuel, along with the help of their wives and children. Out of the 20 farm employees, 16 are Rodriguez cousins. Learn more...
Ruiz Farms - Santa Maria
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...
MarElla Honey B's - Concord
Cobblestone Bakery - Riverbank
Heidi Pies Restaurant - San Ramon
La Noisette Patisserie - Oakland
Simply Heaven Mini Pies - Martinez
Sweet Mac's Cakes - Martinez
Hot Food/Ready to Eat
Delicia's Falafel - San Jose
Letty's Kitchen - Antioch
MJ Foods DBA MJ Kettlecorn - Pittsburg
Bistro Blends - Benicia
Home Maid Brand - South San Francisco
Hummus Heaven (Mediterranean Food) - San Leandro
Way to Life Natural Foods - Berkeley
Delta Moon Soapworks - Antioch
Delta Moon’s handcrafted soap is made with olive oil, fresh goat milk, and locally-sourced honey that comes from the market. We use only vegetable oils in our soap, none of the harsh chemicals used in commercially made soap, which makes our soap very mild, particularly for sensitive skin. Learn more...
Dream Light Jewelry - Belmont
Franks Precision Sharpening - Vacaville
Handmade By Teresa - Kensington
Simply Natural Madagascar - Vallejo
Live music in the market by The Buds
on November 23, 2014
Musical performance by Angel the Harpist
on November 30, 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.