Fodor Farmers Market in South Norwalks is a new market this year. It was a farm that the city of Norwalk inherited. With many questions of what to do the town and local farmers market master John Plasko thought it best that it remain what it had always been a farm and a place for the community to gather. The community gardens will bring a vast amount of the community to the farm. The farmers will help with planting questions and will also help the community learn to turn there itams into a product . They will also be able to sell there product in the farmers
The market will host an array of Connecticut's Farms and Local Vendors who use Connecticut Grown products in there specialty. Plasko's Farm-Trumbull. We have vegetables, fruit, jams, salsa, and an organic bakery to boot. Organic and biodynamic are meadow stone farm area goat and cow cheese from Meadow Stone Farm Brooklyn. Organic Coffee from Ashlawn farm of Old Lyme, Black Currant juice from Maple Lane Farm of Preston, and Connecticut Farmers Cow New the Farmers Daughters Summer beverages iced tea, lemonade, and Half lemonade and tea from Lebanon. Plasko's Farm uses only Organic practices in growing and in producing there products. Scott's Berry Patch- East Lyme Vegetables, and fruit Webster works hard to produce some of our very best and the berries are some of Connecticut's best all Naturally Grown. New Gate Farm - East Granby Judi host a bounty of Vegetables, and fruit also a bakery full of goodies. Her Champaign current are the best I've every eaten and are wonderful paired with an Italian dish I make call Zabaglione. She also has farm fresh cut flowers all Naturally Grown. Norman Bloom and Son - Norwalk Norm, is one of Norwalk's own and remains one of the Best Shellfish farms in the state of Connecticut he will tempt you with his Oyster's, Clams, and Lobsters. There is nothing better than fresh from the sea right in your own town. Come and see what Norm Has harvested for the day. Sunflower Farm - Orange Sabrina, will help cleanse your world with her wonderful Goat soap and beauty line made from only Goat's milk and all natural products. Silvermine Apiary - Norwalk Andrew's Honey Andrew, is also one of Norwalk's own know among the farmers as the man who sweeten and pollinate you world. he has taken great pride in his bee keeping and produce the best honey and products I have eaten. Pasta Nostra - South Norwalk Chef Joe Bruno will be in the Market With his fresh made Pasta Made from the best of Connecticut's products. Come see him and he will surely make your pallet sing. Martha Stewart just loves Chef Joe's Pasta. The Little Chocolate Company - Greenwich Martine is sure to please your sweet side Who doesn't love chocolate? She uses local Connecticut fruit and hand dips it in chocolate she will surly please your sweet side. Sweet Retreat - Norwalk Allison ,will nourish you your day with sweet granola made with the finest product. another one of Norwalk's own great for breakfast and a wonderful snack to boot. Janet's Flowers - Norwalk Janet, will be designing your world with beautiful fresh cut flowers and bouquets with Connecticut locally grown flowers, plants and herbs. Come and ask her what she can create for you. The Olive Oil Factory Watertown Elaine, will host fresh olive oil, dipping oils and other wonderful products a wonderful complement to you Farm Fresh produce and products. Come on down and meet the farmers and see why buying local is buying the freshest you can get pledge to being a Locavore it is a pledge to save you local farms and to eating only the freshest and finest Connecticut has to offer right here in you home town Norwalk.
Come to the Farmers market and see the community garden at work. we will also be offering programs for the community at Fodor Farm throughout the season check for updates.
Flax Hill Road
Sunday from 12:00 till 4:00 PM
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This was it's first year so there were some glitches. But it is a great community farm and brings in delicious food. I am anxiously waiting for next year!
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My husband and I went by the farm on Sunday (October 19th) but there didn't appear to be any Farmers Market going on. However it was great to see the community garden and all the different vegetables, along with some flowers, which were growing there, as well as the variety of approaches taken by the gardeners to their plots.... [more]