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             2018 Summer Market Vendors (in alphabetical order) 


a mere baguette:  Delectable yeast breads. Only the finest ingredients used. Pain Francais, Traditional French Baguette, Multigrain, Olive Batard, Braided Challahm Cranberry Walnut, Fougasse (pretzel shaped), French Milk Pullman Loaf, French Breakfast Knots, Focaccia, Monkey Bread, and Coffee Cake.

Butternut Farm: (one of the founders of this market 39 years ago!): Vegetables, herbs, dried flowers, cut flowers, eggs, goat meat (ground and kabobs), goat milk, goat milk cheese and soap. We have been marketing in Milford for over 38 years. We provide safe, nutritious vegetables using guidelines from UNH and other land grant universities. Contact Noreen at

Everything Alpaca: Quality alpaca products, hand knitted alpaca, wool, and mohair products. Alpaca is machine washable, almost completely waterproof, wicks away moisture, hypoallergenic, and less itchy. It is a specialty fiber that is stronger than mohair, finer than cashmere, smoother than silk, softer than cotton, and warmer than goose down. Member of the New England Alpaca Fiber Pool.

Firefly Fields (formerly known as Hilltop Farm): Fresh vegetables, microgreens salad mixes, dry baking mixes and spice blends. Try samples of their cornbread, chocolate cake, and brownies! Contact Mike or Jen at See their Facebook page at

Fresh Start Farms: A collective of new American farmers. They grow over 40 varieties of fresh produce. Produce is grown using healthy soil practices with consumer happiness and environmental well being top priorities.;;

G3 Baking: Homemade baked goods, some gluten-free. Scones, muffins, donuts, breads, fudge, brownies, cookies, English muffins, Parker House coffee, and more. Bob loves to experiment and bring new creations to the market. Contact Bob at

Ledge Top Farm: (Tom is a founding member of this market!) Fruits and vegetables grown to organic standards. Belongs to "Certified naturally grown" organization. Raspberries and blueberries. Fresh vegetables grown in greenhouses using the aquaponic method. Their heated greenhouse provides greens all year long. Tilapia may be available at times.

Lyddie's Goods: New to our market.  Provide freshly made meals. Their great quality dishes will excite your taste buds and leave you wanting more. Mac and cheese, lasagna, shepherd's pie, ginger chicken stir fry, and stir fried rice are just a few of the many dishes on their menu. Contact Lyddie at;

Milford Goat Dairy: Noreen, of Butternut Farm,  raises Alpine goats. Sells pasteurized goat milk and delicious goat milk cheese in both chevra and cheddar cheese forms. Also sell goat meat and sausage when available. Email Noreen at or

Mola Foods, Inc.Locally creates seasoning and sauces using tastes and flavors from around the world. They sell exquisite, authentic, and ethnic flavors. They want to satisfy your cravings whither you are looking for a familiar favorite or would like to introduce flavors of culture and cuisine to the next generation. Contact Jeannette at;

Paradise Farm: Grass fed beef, pasture-raised pork, goat Greek sausage, all-natural poultry, duck, and eggs. Fruits and berries from their farm: blueberries, raspberries, peaches, pears, table grapes, and apples.They raise Nubian goats and sell all-natural goat milk and goat milk soap. Also raw honey, maple syrup, bee cream, jams and jellies.  E-mail Wayne at or call or text 603-345-0860.

Sweet Cheeks Creations:  Yummy granola, granola bars, candies, and candied walnuts. Contact Diana at;

Synergy Farm Products: Make their own goat milk soap, lotion, lip balm, shower gel, and shaving soap.; Soaps & Lotions;


Hulda's Swedish Baked Goods: This father/daughter duo's specialty is Swedish baked goods using recipes that have been in their family for many generations. Included in their products is Limpa - a rye bread made with anise and orange zest making it sweet and savory; traditional vetebrod which is a yeast dough used for their cardamon braids and dinner rolls; and pepparkakor,  a ginger spice cookie.'sSwedishBakedGoods