Welcome back the Farmers Market at Fremont Sunday Market

10 years ago, the Farmers Market at Fremont Sunday Market relocated to Ballard during the extensive reconstruction of Downtown Fremont. And here it has remained, growing by leaps and bounds every year — indeed, every week — until it is now the premiere farmers market in the state, and one of the best in the country. With Ballard Farmers Market’s success, Fremont Sunday Market has decided to resurrect the Farmers Market within the Fremont Sunday Market, in order to give the public and our local food producers alike another opportunity to do business with each other. To that end, we announce the relaunch of the Farmers Market at Fremont Sunday Market on Sunday, June 7th. The Farmers Market will operate every Sunday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., and it will feature many farmers and food artisans familiar to Ballard Farmers Market patrons, and a few that will be new to everyone. Look for the Farmers Market in the parking lot in front of the Burke Building along N 34th St, just east of Theo Chocolate.

Welcome the new Farmers Market at Fremont Sunday Market with the first in its series of cooking demonstrations featuring top chefs from the neighborhoods surrounding Fremont. First up is Chef Sara Moot from Persimmon Bistro, who will perform a cooking demonstration on Sunday, June 7th from noon-1 p.m.

The opening day vendors at the Farmers Market at Fremont Sunday Market on Sunday, June 7th, will include:

  • ACMA Orchards
  • Alvarez Organic Farms
  • Ayala Farms
  • 5 Acre Farm
  • For The Love Of Pasta
  • 4 Seasons Gourmet
  • Grand Central Baking Company
  • Jessie’s Berries
  • Lyall Farms
  • Pa Garden
  • Pete’s Perfect Butter Toffee
  • Prana Farm
  • Turkish Lavash Company
  • ‘Zaw

This week, look for first of the season local strawberries and cherries,asparagusspring sweet onionslettucevegetable plant startsbread, made-to-order, take-and-bake pizzadried beans andpeanutsflowers, and more!

In the coming weeks, additional farmers and food artisans will be added, including Full Circle Farm and Hayton Berry Farm. Check the Market's blog for details.