Our Mission

The Macungie Farmers Market is committed to building strong relationships through our support of local growers/producers and the community in which we serve.

Our Values

 

Agriculture  *  Direct to Consumer  *  Community  *  Education

Our Board of Directors & Management

President

Terry Bleiler, Bleiler's Produce Patch

Vice President

David Diaz, Peanut Butter & More

 

Manager

(Position Available)

Board Members

Linda Koss, Jus Kiddin Farm

April Hausman, Hausman Fruit Farm

 

Volunteers

​Cindy Hartzell, Val Zielke

ABOUT US

Our Mission

The Macungie Farmers Market is committed to building strong relationships through our support of local growers/producers and the community in which we serve.

Our Values

Agriculture        Direct to Consumer       Community      Education

Our Board of Directors & Management

President

Terry Bleiler, Bleiler's Produce Patch

Vice President

David Diaz - Vice-President

Manager

(We are looking for one)

Board Members

Linda Koss, Jus Kiddin Farm

April Hausman, Hausman Fruit Farm

 

Volunteers

 

Cindy Hartzell, Val Zielke

 

 

 

OUR VENDORS

Vendor Listing

Betula's Botanica

Bleiler's Produce Patch 

Brings to market - a variety of seasonal fruit & vegetables, Ketchup, Salsa, and Sauce.

Chartier Farms

Brings to market - a variety of poultry items.

Crisp & Company

Deerfoot Winery

Eves' Angels 

Funny Farm Apiaries

We are a small local apiary on top of the mountain outside of Mertztown. We are passionate about our bees and educating people about our wonderful pollinators. We will bring to the market, local raw honey, flavor-infused raw honey, comb honey, pollen, lotion bars, and healing salves, and more.

Hausman Fruit Farm

We are currently raising the 5th generation on our farm that has been in the family since 1916. We will be offering fruit of all kinds from May through October such as strawberries, cherries, blueberries, melons, plums, apricots, peaches, nectarines, apples.  In addition to fresh produce, we also have an on-site bakery where everything we bake is made from scratch using the freshest ingredients.  Such as pies, muffins, crumb cakes, cupcakes fruit bread and old fashioned treats like sho-fly pie, funny cake, Tandy cake, whoopie pies, and more. When we have extra produce we preserve it, offering jams, salsas, pickled vegetables, pie fillings, apple sauce, and more.  If you don't see something you want please feel free to ask.  Thank you for supporting your local farmers!

 

Vendor Listing (con't)

Healthy Delights Cooking Oil 

Brings to market - Olive Oil mixtures: Great for basting, baking, marinating, dressing and as a seasoning.

Jus Kiddin Around Farm 

Brings to market - Variety of seasonal vegetables, annual & perennial plants, hanging baskets, straw/hay bales, corn stalks, farm fresh eggs, mums, water/pond plants, farm crafts.

Madilyn's Bakery

Marleys Mushrooms

Morels Certified Wild, Dried, Shiitake, Oysters, Golden oysters, Black Pearl, Royal King Trumpets, Portobello, Brown Beech, White Beech, and Baby Bella Mushrooms.
 

Oley Ravioli

Peanut Butter & More

Brings to market - peanut butter flavors - cinnamon, pumpkin, chocolate, chocolate caramel, white chocolate, white chocolate caramel, white chocolate raspberry, honey roasted, maple bacon, & Almond.

Schantzenbach Farms

Brings to market - Non GMO cuts of Beef and Pork.

The Modern Plant Lady

 

Become a Vendor:

Want to be a vendor at the great Macungie Farmers Market? Below is the Vendor Application and Rules and Regulations. 

Macungie Farmers Market Vendor Application

 

Macungie Farmers Associate Vendor Application

Macungie Farmers Market Bylaws

 

LOCATION & CONTACT

Physical Location: Lumber Street, Macungie, PA 18062

Mailing Address: 21 Locust Street, Macungie, PA 18062

 
TELL US WHAT YOU THINK 
AND HOW WE'RE DOING. WRITE US HERE
Thursdays
May 21st - October 29th, 2020
4:00-7:00 PM
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FROM THE SOUTH:
        At the intersection of Routes 100 and 29 in Upper Milford Township, travel north on Route 100, approximately 2 miles turn right onto Lumber Street at the State Farm Insurance sign.  The market will be on the right about 150'.

FROM THE NORTH:
        At the intersection of Routes 100 and Hamilton Boulevard (Route 222), travel south on Route 100, approximately 4 miles make a left onto Lumber Street at the State Farm Insurance sign.  The market will be on the right about 150'.

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