Support the Farmers Market
Support Our Farmers/Vendors
Below is a list of our "regular" Farmers/Vendors, separated by Wednesday Markets and Saturday Markets. New vendors are added all year long, so be sure to come out to each market! Feel free to reach out to them individually to make your pre-orders (meats, breads, specific seasonal produce requests, cheese, coffee, etc.) for the next market!”
Send a Pre-Order to ensure you get the items you want by contacting the farmer/vendor directly on their respective websites listed below.
Some of our “Regulars” – this is not a complete list and new vendors are added weekly!
Truly Living Well ~ seasonal organic produce, herbs, vegan cookies and more.
Gilliam’s Community Garden ~ large variety of organic produce, herbs & spices, eggs, honey, salsas, jams/jellies and more
Wagon Wheel Ranch ~ Grass fed, free range, antibiotic & hormone free, Black Angus cross bred beef. Also offering BBQ Sandwiches & homemade Gelato
Corn Creek Growers ~ seasonal produce, eggs, pottery, reclaimed feed tote bags
Scharko Farms ~ variety of seasonal produce and honey
Pearson Farm ~ Seasonal - peaches, apples, pecans, pecan flour and other seasonal items
Watsonia Farm ~ seasonal produce and certified organic peaches
Mercier Orchards ~ Seasonal-large variety of North Georgia apples, fried apple pies, apple cider
Pure Bliss Organics ~ organic granola, energy bars, specialty nut mixes, cookies and more
JavaGenesis Coffee Roasters ~ local, small batch, craft coffee roasters. Full-immersion brewers and pottery mugs also available.
Bistro 2 Go ~ sweet & savory baked goods (loaf bread, focaccia, flat breads, puff pastry, brioche, Danish and more) featuring organic flours, local eggs/produce and no preservatives. Vegan items available too.
Touch of Essence ~ homemade, vegan, shea based product line. Liquid block soap, scented & raw shea butters
Baked Wright ~ fresh, homemade, cottage food bakery – cake cups, pies, cake pops, cakes and gift baskets
Veggie Chicks ~ farm fresh eggs, honey and mushrooms
Lil Beans Bakery ~ healthy navy bean pies and sweet baked goods
AromaTherapeutics Medicinal ~ herbal and aromatherapy products & infused olive oils
P.A.T.C.H ~ urban gardening information, plants, seeds
4 Direction Traders ~ American Indian Influenced handmade jewelry made by Cherokee Hill
P.S. If you run low on cash at the market, the main EPFM Booth has a debit card machine. The fee is $2 per transaction and you will be issued Debit tokens that you can spend at any of the market vendor booths.
Financial Support of the Market
The East Point Farmer’s Market is an initiative of the East Point Main Street Association, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is run by an all volunteer board and they depend on donations from the community and area businesses to continue providing this great community program. See the support form above for ways that you can financially support the market. For Business Sponsorships, partnerships or large donations, please send an email to email@example.com
Thank our Farmer’s Market Sponsors