Beaverton Winter Farmers Market
During the summer months, farmers markets are a dime a dozen. In the winter, not so much – except for the treat of the Beaverton Winter Farmers Market.
The Beaverton Winter Farmers Market is comprised of nursery growers, farmers and ranchers, both conventional and organic. Artisan food producers offer prepared products, ranging from fruit jams to farmstead cheeses, breads and pastries, pickles, pasta, chocolate and more.
This year will be the 8th year of the winter market, which grows as the weeks get closer to summer and more products become available. Each winter, the market includes dozens of local businesses from bakeries to breweries and crafts to pet products.
New vendors this year include Pizza Crust Creations, Cacao Kingdom, Fraga Farmstead Creamery, Gompers Distillery, La Casserole Gourmet and Ole World Oils.
The Beaverton Winter Farmers Market runs Saturdays, February through April, 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
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