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  • October 4, 2017

Cider Fest!

Cider Fest!

Cider Fest at the Stockton market starting on Friday Oct 20th at 12:00 to 8:00 -Saturday 9-4 and Sunday 10-4. Ironbound Hard Cider located in Asbury,N.J. will be providing the cider on Friday and Saturday. On Sunday the cider will be provided by Tabora Farms located in Perkasie,P.A.

The vendors will be making apple based foods such as apple cider cream pie, apple pizza, apple raisin walnut tapenade and applewood bacon.

Stop in grab some cider and pair with your favorite Stockton market foods! Don’t forget on Friday the 20th Larry Tritel will be strumming some tunes to add to the cider fest fun!

  • September 21, 2017

Love The Soup!

Love The Soup!

 

New to the market is the Oldwick Soup Company, bringing fresh, locally sourced, healthy artisanal soups to the Stockton market… Stop by, for a cup or a quart to take home! Their philosophy “Blessings… we are blessed with good health, good fortune and love.  It’s our time to make the change that we have wanted to make for so long.  With that being said we believe in sharing.  Sharing our love and our passion with others. We have created The Oldwick Soup Company and our brand “Love The Soup!”  To us soup is the ultimate comfort food. It soothes our soul and brings a smile to our face when we have a steeping bowl of hot soup put in front of us.”   You’ll find Oldwick Soup Company behind Apple Ridge Bread-perfect combo!

  • September 14, 2017

New York Times Bestselling Author

New York Times Bestselling Author

 

This Saturday Sept 16 starting at 8:30 don’t miss this one time collaboration with Curiosity Doughnuts and New York Times best selling author Stella Parks

Stella Parks is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America and a James Beard Award–nominated writer for Serious Eats. She was named one of America’s Best New Pastry Chefs by Food & Wine. When not at home in Lexington, Kentucky, Stella can be found at the Serious Eats test kitchen in Brooklyn, New York.

  • September 8, 2017

Marchese & Family

Marchese & Family

 

Marchese is new to the market this weekend. Bringing a line of their own cold pressed juices, their own veggie spreads and dips and salad bowls. Using most of the produce from their farm to make all these healthy foods! A little bit about Marchese….

Located in Hopewell NJ Marchese Farm sits nestled into the base of the Sourland Mountain Range.  Quiet and tucked away, the 22 acre vegetable farm grows over 100 variety’s of vegetables, berry’s, and melons in small sustainable rows.  

The produce is picked daily at its peak, and transferred directly to our onsite juicing room to be prepped and pressed as quickly as possible to ensure the freshest juice you can get.

Our line of seasonal juices is produced using as much of our own farm grown produce as we can, making it not only fresh, but as local as it comes.  Sustainability at its best.

Our line of dips, spreads, and pesto uses pulp left over from our juicing process.  Meaning every bit of the plants are utilized, wasting nothing.

Our superfood salads are made using fresh picked greens and produce, packed right on the farm, and sold directly to you.  No middle man.