There’s more to the Alpharetta Farmers Market than just produce!

 

Lalos Sauces are made in Doraville and this is their first year at the market. “I have heard wonderful reviews about the diversity of the vendors and customers of the market,” says owner Eduardo Barreat. @LalosSauce

 

Eggrollin’ LLC is back for the seventh year. “My regulars always come and visit me and I shop for local honey, coffee and DeGraan’s Farms Meats,” says owner Daniel Fontimayor. @EggrollinATL

 

Southern Comfort Foods, based in Cumming is back for the fifth year. “This is a great market for FOODIES!  I enjoy interacting with my wonderful regular customers and meeting new regulars as well!  It makes me smile to know that customers return week after week to buy my products and the other great finds at the Alpharetta Farmers Market,” says owner Jennifer Walker.

 

Milton Custom Crafts builds barn doors and installs a lot of shiplap and pallet wood walls.  This year they created Barnwood Candles where candles are hand poured. It’s their first year at the market. @barnwood_candles.

Koshur Chaan of Johns Creek is at the market for the first year and owner  Ishtyaq Qadri loves it for the local contacts he is making to help grow his business. @koshurchaan1

Baysically Biscotti is out of Powder Springs and owner Steve Shallenberger chose the market to begin their journey. “We will be part of several different events throughout the year, but look forward to the Alpharetta Farmer’s Market as we feel it will be attended by folks who would enjoy a nice biscotti with their morning coffee,” he says. @BaysicallyBiscotti  

Turmeric Magic is returning for  “the great clientele and perfect exposure,” says owner Anne Kibe. @ OurTurmericMagic

Hidden Creek Farm from Blairsville sells artisan goat cheeses, goat ricotta, goat milk paneer,  goat milk feta marinated in olive oil with herbs. @freshgoatcheeses