Wrightstown Farmers Market open Outdoors Sat., March 28th

    We are Open Outdoors
    Saturday, March 28th

    The Anchor Church
    980 Durham Rd (Rt. 413)
    Wrightstown, PA (use Newtown for GPS)

    Special Hours: 9 – 12 PM
    We have extended the market to a start time of 9 am, encouraging senior citizens and those with underlying health issues to shop early from 9-10 am.  We ask that others come after 10 to respect this policy.

    Important – Please Read
    Dear WFM Customers,
    We believe our market plays a very important role in our community of continuing to offer fresh local and healthy foods to our customers during this very uncertain time. Local farmers and producers are more critical than ever in helping maintain our local food system and local economy. Therefore, for as long as farmers markets are considered essential we will continue to remain open and provide access to fresh local food with a focus on safety.

    Pre-orders and Pre-payment can be key when trying to keep safe distances from one another. Please contact farmers and vendors directly ahead of time so that your order will be pre-weighed and packaged and waiting for you at the market, creating less handling of product and money and help get people in and out of the market more quickly.

    See the list of vendors and their links below. Some vendors will not be at the market so plan accordingly.

    Social Distancing: Keep 6 feet apart from one another as much as possible.

    PRE-ORDER and PRE-PAY early enough for vendors to prepare your order. See ordering details by vendor below.

    In order to keep crowds to a minimum, have only one person from your household come shop the market.

    Our focus is on flow and keeping people moving quickly, so we ask that you leave the market as soon as you are finished making your purchases.

    Customers may not touch any produce or products until purchased. Only producers and their staff are permitted to do so.

    The bathrooms at the Church are for vendors only. 

    There will be no sampling. 

    Carry your own hand sanitizer or wipes with you at the market and use as needed.

    Follow CDC guidelines for coronavirus spread of disease prevention.

    We will have signs at the market entrance with shopping guidelines and vendor locations.

    Stay home if you are sick!

    HANDLING MONEY TRANSACTIONS:For Credit Card Use: Please wipe your card first with a sanitizing wipe, swipe your card yourself if possible, and wipe it again after the swipe. Use a wipe on your finger if need to sign anything. For Cash Use: Cash exchange is strongly discouraged. If possible, find out how much your goods are ahead of time, put your money into an envelope with your name and the amount. Put it into a box which the vendor will provide when you pick up your order. Some vendors will have old cash from prior to the pandemic to use as change. Vendors: In addition to these steps, vendors will be following safety guidelines as well, using clean gloves and changing them frequently throughout the morning, sanitizing surfaces often, offering sanitizing wipes at vendor booths when available, having one person handling money and another handling product. We will also be spacing vendors out along the Church driveway in order to adhere to social distancing and reduce crowding.
    Some of our vendors have created online stores specifically in response to this crisis. The following is a list of vendors offering online ordering with market pickup, pre-pay options, pick up options, or delivery to your home:
    (See below)

    We will continue to review the situation daily and do whatever we can to keep this market open and functioning as we finish out the winter season and the start of the regular season. Please stay tuned to our facebook page, Instagram page, website, and newsletter for updates prior to the next market. We wish everyone the best of health and positive outlook throughout this ordeal. Please reach out with any questions as we are here to help you as best we can. Sincerely,
    Cheryl Gilmore, Market Manager, 215.378.3284
    and the WFM Committee

    Vendor Information
     Vendors in Attendance with Pre-order InformationApple Ridge Farm – pre-orderbread by Wednesday, all other items by Friday by emailing
    At the market this weekend: pot pies (pork and vegetable) $20; vegan chili, chicken and local grain soup $8; chicken and pork stock/bone broth $5; potato gnocchi (frying kind) $5; frozen margherita pizzas $10; cookies (gone granola, choc chip, choc chip butterscotch pretzel) $3; croissants ( plain $3, chocolate and savory $3.50);bread: Seeded sourdough batard, semolina epi, focaccia $5; Semolina and French country, ciabatta $6; Seeded sourdough (round, Pullman, sliced Pullman), garlic Asiago, whole grain rye, sunflower rye $7; granola $6.50; garlic radish dip $5.
    Barefoot Botanicals – please use their website delivery to WFM on Saturday. Customers MUST enter the coupon code “WRIGHTSTOWN” for 10% off and delivery to market.  Pre Pay only.
    BowlFace – preorder via the website at Or by email at  Payment either through website or venmo. Order by Thursday morning for Sat market. Menu for this week: Fire Roasted Tomato and Basil Soup; New: Winter Minestrone Soup, Broccoli and Pecorino Soup; Pasta e Fagioli; Wild Mushroom Soup; Portuguese White Bean and Kale Soup; plus special for this week: “Family Mac Cheese” $14 serves 4-6.  Made with creamy white cheddar sauce and in a round foil ready for the oven. A classic feel-good food for your table.
    Burek by Zeni – Delicious Mediterranean Specialty: “Vegetarian Moussaka”made with eggplants, besciamella, potatoes, canellini beans, pecorino cheese and herbs baked in the oven.
    Caramel Crunchy Dog Cookies – Pre orders via Facebook at Caramels Crunchy Dog Cookies, or by email at or 215-598-7491.
    The Dogbone Guy – will ship goodies for your pup! New Jersey raised, grass-fed, rBGH hormone-free Angus beef bones for dogs made fresh weekly. Offering free shipping over $60 or free extra beef bones equal to your UPS shipping charges of the size you ordered, under $60. Fast delivery to your front door. Order
    Fulper Family Farm – Order on-line and pick up at farm at
    Or, order on-line and have shipped to your house (via wild kale)
    Helpful Foodie – Casey can take pre-orders for breakfast, lunch and dinner to pick up at the market or deliver to your home with no personal contact. Check out his website for details. This week’s dishes include for breakfast: Avacado breakfast pudding with strawberries and sunflower seeds; blueberry oats; Southwest frittata. For lunch: Immunity bone broth; Cowboy Stew; vegetable soup; curried Chicken salad. For diner: Vegan black bean and quinoa cakes with guacamole; vegan twice-baked sweet potato; garlic and ginger chicken with egg fried vegetable rice; Southwest chicken tacos; grass-fed garlic butter steak with mashed sweet potato and broccoli.  For grab and go meals that are great to freeze, order Turkey Meatloaf and Mojo Chicken Dinner.
    Honey Hills Apiary – 1lb, 2lb, 3lb, 12oz. 8oz. Comb Honey, Creamed Honey, Chunk Honey, and Lip Balms. Also, Buckwheat, Bamboo, Orange Blossom, Blueberry Blossom, Cranberry Blossom. Call Matthew at 215-284-9138 or Jennifer at 267-410-0779 or email at to place orders.
    Naturally at Holben Valley Farm – TAKING ORDERS ONLY for our  Grass Fed Beef & Pastured Turkey.  Cash or Check will be taken at pick-up. After placing your order by email, they will reply with your total bill prior to Saturday. Exact change would be greatly appreciated or Check written to Carol Dorney. Email
    Jersey Pickles – Customers can Text/call 201-737-8499 or email info@jerseypickles for pre orders. Marie’s Soap – pre-orders strongly encouraged via email at Also by phone if needed at 610-847-7627. Prepay can be done via email (or she can call for credit card info). Exact cash in an envelope with name on it.
    Macungie Mountain Herb Farm is accepting Pre-Order and Pre-Pay. Call Joyce at 917-288-3936 to place your order. Go to  for pictures and descriptions for this week. They will have a bag ready for you with your name on it, ready for pick up at the market.  Offerings include 32 oz container of their made-from-scratch Chicken Quinoa Basil Soup w/ Fresh Basil Garnish or Local Beef Chili with Mild Spices.
    $12 for 32 oz. frozen, Add Sourdough Onion-Rosemary Focaccia, for $3
    $8 for 8 oz. hot, to go with Sourdough Onion-Rosemary Focaccia included
    Spinach-Onion-Exotic Mushroom Quiche with Asiago Cheese – Whole $20; By the slice, $6 
    Rainbow Veggie Sandwich on Onion-Rosemary Focaccia, $7
    Local Apple Hand Pies, $3 each or 2 for $5
    Gluten-Free Baked Goods $3 each: Biscotti, Blond Brownies with Chocolate Chips, Brownies 
    Fresh squeezed lemonade available to go: this week Strawberry Lemonade is featured.
    Limited quantities of Elderberry Syrup: 8 oz $20, 16 oz $30.
    Drinking herbal tea can help boost your immune system. They have two types of Anti-Anxiety Herb Blends and eight other types of herbal tea. Dried teas are $8 per bag, or $3 for $15.  A full list of all ten types of teas can be found at
    Mediterra – Customers can place their orders via our website 2 days prior to the market
    Via email :
    By phone @ 484 639 9315
    Nord Bread – order and prepay via their website: or email: Payment methods include:  Venmo, credit, debit and PayPal.
    Nutty Novelties – shop with online at They have marked down everything by 10% and are still offering free shipping anywhere in the US for orders of $40 or more. To pre-order online and pick up at WFM, just leave them a Note to Seller and we can make that happen, no minimum required. 
    The Pasta Lab – pre order available at
    Perfect Day Coffee – pre-order at
    Primordia Mushroom Farm – go to their website for pre-orders Orders must be in by Thursday at 11pm.
    Purely Farm – pasture raised pork and turkey in a variety of cuts, plus artisan sausages and more – please place orders on-line at Questions? Email
    Rolling Hills Farm – place your order on-line at Carrots, super greens, pea shoots, micro greens, golden beets and more!
    Roots to River Farm – We have set up an online order form so that people can pre-order what they want. We will close ordering by Thursday morning so we have enough time to pack boxes. We will only be offering pre order. All info that anyone should need is on the order form: RootstoRiverorderform  Highlights include: Baby arugula, Kale, rapini, Micro greens. Email with any questions to malaika@rootstoriverfam.comSolebury Orchards – Pre-ordering is requested to reduce waiting. Solebury will have the following available for pick up 3/28. Items not pre-ordered may not be available.
    Fuji, Pink Lady and Gold Rush apples 1/4 peck $5, 1/2 peck $9, peck $15
    Fresh Apple Cider gallons $5.50, 1/2 gallons $3.75, pints $2.25
    Apple sauce quarts $4.75, pints $3.50; Apple juice 1/2 gallons $4.75, pints $2.25
    Apple butter or peach butter $3.25; Apple chips or cider vinegar pint $3.75
    Call Robin or Mike at (215) 860-7081 or email  This will be our last week at the market until June. We encourage credit cards payment beforehand or at the market but will have disinfected cash change. A check made out to Mike Hoy is also acceptable.
    Sugar Maple Jerseys -Grass fed, pasture based farm selling dairy products and meats.
    Click on to order raw milk aged cheeses, hand-made butter, yogurt, cheese curds, fresh mozzarella, beef, and veal. Email Heidi at with any questions. 
    Vendors Not in AttendanceBlooming Glen Farm
    Bucks County Cookie Co.
    LUHV Food
    Milk House Farm Market
     – customers may shop their Farm Market at 1118 Slack Rd, Newtown, PA or order online for pick up.
    Noble Earth
    Truly Pure and Natural – 
    offering online ordering for local delivery or for pick up.
    WoodsEdge Farm – Everything on website is free shipping. Looking for an item not online please call or text Brent at 609 847 2425.