Our Vendors

vendors at the bradenton farmers market

There are over thirty-five vendors who offer locally-grown fruits, vegetables, plants, organic products, fresh seafood, prepared foods, as well as the work of local artists and craftspeople.

Geraldson Community Farm

USDA Certified Vegetables and Flowers. Geraldson Community Farm is a 20-acre, Certified Organic CSA Farm located in Bradenton. Their mission is to provide the community with healthy and fresh vegetables throughout Florida’s growing season.

Greens on the Gro

Grown hydroponically with quality drinking water. The produce they grow during the market season includes several varieties of kale, chard, tomatoes, arugula, bok choy, collards, spinach, mustard greens, beets, herbs, and more. Over 95% of vegetable seedlings are started from heirloom and organic seeds; no GMO seeds are ever used. Their farm practices integrated pest management and when it is necessary to spray, only National Organic Program approved products are used. They also work with local farmers to bring organically produced items to their customers.

Pure Florida Apiary

Pure Florida Apiary provides the Bradenton community with the most local honey anyone can find in the area. If it's in season, you will find it here!

Sheppard Farms

As one of the oldest farms in the state of Florida, the Sheppard Family has been participating at the Bradenton Farmers’ Market for 17 years. Specializing in hand-shelled peas and okra, they also produce sweet onions, strawberries, beans, squash, and collard, mustard, and turnip greens.
  • Moses Sheppard
  • (941) 730-3279


Produce Vendors

These vendors visit the area state run farmers’ markets, mainly in Tampa and Plant City, to pick out the finest produce they can find for our community.

Milagro’s Produce

Yvette Nunez and her sons collect some of the finest produce from across the state. They visit the state markets on a regular basis to supply their stand in the Sun City area, as well as Bradenton Farmers’ Market. They also buy from local farmers.

G.P.A. Fresh Produce

Raul is known for his service with a smile! He selects the finest produce available in the area. Stop by his booth to see why he’s always so happy!


Flowers and Plants

Emotional Gardener

Brenda is known for the care she puts in her plants. She brings her selections to the market from her nursery every Saturday for your home or garden.


Food

Anna D's Seafood

Captain Ron handpicks fresh Gulf seafood caught by local fisherman including Key West Pink Shrimp, Spiny Lobster, Stone Crab, Scallops, local Gulf fish, and more. Seafood products are available from many sources, but the best quality products come from those who take great pride in their business.

ArTea

Loose teas, some are locally grown.

B&J Enterprises

B&J Enterprises 'imports' cheeses from Wisconsin for our local enjoyment. Former Wisconsin-native Bob can explain the differences in cheeses, from aging techniques to the handling used. He will supply wonderful cheeses for your household. Cheese curds are available too!

Confections of a Cupcake Queen

Unique Gourmet Cupcakes, Jumbo Cookies, and Scones

Delicious Gourmet Dips

Large selection of mouth-watering, gourmet dip and spice packs that you can easily turn into delicious treats, with flavors ranging from hot and spicy to savory to sweet.

Green Garden Chef

Camille’s cottage food products include local seasonal fruit tarts, dried fruits, jams and cookies. Herb and seasoning blends using herbs grown at her farm and decorative herb and lettuce dish gardens. Also available are herb and veggie plants started at her property using organic practices and soils. Varieties are suited to our climate.

Jim's Peanuts

Jim Hattaway brings us boiled peanuts in regular and Cajun favors. Stop by and take the time to watch Jim as creates a fishing net by hand, which is no longer a common sight in Manatee County.

Kettle Corn and Nuts

Casey pops some of the freshest Kettle corn you can get. A great snack anytime. He has now added spiced nuts to his product line that is sure to please the nut-lover in you!
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Leah's Lemonade

We are proud that Leah's Lemonade originated at our market! They have now expanded to almost all farmers' markets in the area and proudly use Mixon's Fruit Farm lemons when in season. Stop by and learn how they got started and their mission to improve our community one glass of lemonade at a time!

Marilyn's Toffee and More

When it comes to Toffee, no one beats Marilyn's efforts! Stop by and try the different creations she has developed. You will agree with others, there is nowhere else you can find the kind of love she puts into these tempting treats.

Paneolio

Pino imports Olive oil from his family farm in Italy. Stop by and check out why the top chefs in Bradenton use this olive oil. With great taste and nutritional benefits, people return again and again to stay stocked up. Pino also works with Rustic Bakery to bring in incredible breads!
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Pop Craft Pops

A healthy alternative to the overly sweetened, processed frozen treats that have been making the scene for years. Pop Craft uses locally sourced, seasonal whole food to create delicious frozen confections and we choose only the very best ingredients.

Poppo’s Taqueria

Mexican street food in the 'Mission" tradition. using naturally raised meats and organically grown produce. seasoned with handmade spice mixes.
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Sugar Cubed

Sugar Cubed hopes to reinvent your idea of a corner bakery. From creative presentations to eclectic and fresh ingredients. Come join us in a deliciously grand experiment. Situated on the southern end of the Village of the Arts.

Sunshine Canning

Lisa makes her own handcrafted artisan jams and pickles from locally-sourced produce. Sunshine Canning supports local farmers and most products are made from local, seasonal produce. These are small batch, often no more than five or six jars at a time, handcrafted from the freshest ingredients with no added preservatives.


Home and Health

Integrated Body Therapies

Massage Therapy and Active Isolated Stretching using both massage table and massage chair. Clients include Olympic pairs skaters from the 2010 Winter Olympics. Mr. Smith has been a therapist since 1985 and Mrs. Smith has been a therapist since 1991.
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Natural Healing Arts Medical Clinic

Dr. Zamikoff brings trained professionals to consult market goers in better living the natural way.

Positively Aloe

This Bradenton-based business creates aloe based face and body products that soothe and protect your skin.


Arts, Crafts, and More

CB Designs and Photography

Cindy uses her keen eye for photography to create memory creating calendars, postcards, and more.
  • Cindy Bracknell
  • (941) 746-0348
  • Website

Essence of the Heart

Laura creates candles and soaps using essential oils that people come from all over to buy and to re-stock.

KJH Designs

Hand sewn products, aprons for adults and children, oilcloth products, pet bandanas, tutus, hair bows, children bibs, dresses, and bonnets.

Makin’ a Difference

Original art created by Roy’s father is screen painted on all organic t-shirts and other items that have become popular through out the area.

Milo’s Market

Accessories for our beloved pets. lots of fun stuff for your pup, including bow ties, dresses, jackets, bandannas, and slings for carrying small dogs or infants.

Paua Creations

Paua Creations brings you a wide variety of jewelry designs made from some of the rarest and most stunning Abalone found anywhere! Captain Bob's amazing jewelry is always produced with each piece being handcrafted and designed using gem-cutting techniques that have been perfected over the last 15 years.

She Paints on Glass

Tracey’s artistic hand painted glassware is heat fired and dishwasher safe.

Simply Mary's

Using local bamboo, Mary creates distinctive outdoor art including bird feeders and houses.