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French Co Market

The French Country Market is a specialty market on the move. You'll find all things vintage, re-purposed, artisan, handmade, up-cycled, baked, farm raised and locally grown.

 

The French Country Market is brought to you by the original creators & organizers of the Bozrah Farmers Market who began the Market from humble beginnings and brought it to success after being rated a TOP CT Farmers Market 4 years in a row (2012-2015) by American Farmland Trust. 

These dedicated and creative organizers now bring you a new adventure, we're putting the "Farm" back in "Farmers Market" please join us at various locations around the state throughout the year.

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Our Locations
  • Killam & Bassette Farmstead
    14 Tryon Rd
    South Glastonbury, CT 06073

    May 7th Killam & Bassette Farmstead, South Glastonbury, CT 9am -2pm

     

  • Beltane Farm
    59 Taylor Bridge Road
    Lebanon, CT 06249

    June 4th Beltane Farm, Lebanon, CT 9am - 2pm

products we specialize in

Pastries

Food Trucks

Vintage

Artisan

Up-cycle

Other Products

Tomatoes

Plum
Heirloom Tomatoes
Cherry Tomatoes

Squash

Summer Squash
Winter Squash

Maple

Maple Syrup
Maple Sugar
Maple Candy/Confections

Greens (Salad)

Baby Greens
Lettuce

Gardening

Annuals
Bedding Plants
Native Plants
Perennials

Edible Flowers

Squash Blossoms

Pumpkins

Decorative Pumpkins
Sugar Pumpkins

Cucumbers

Slicing Cucumbers

Yogurt

Goat Yogurt

Corn

Ornamental/Decorative Corn
Popping Corn
Sweet Corn

Melons

Watermelon

Onions

Red Onions

Specialty Foods

Prepared Foods

Preserves

Jam/Jelly
Pickled Preserves

Honey

Bees Wax

Sauces

Hot

Fruit

Plums
Raspberries
Blueberries
Blackberries
Apples
Nectarines
Peaches
Pears
Melons
Grapes

Peas

Snap Peas

Vegetables

Carrots
Cauliflower
Brussels Sprouts
Broccoli
Beets
Radishes
Rhubarb
Turnips
Sweet Potatoes
Mushrooms
Leeks

Potatoes

White Potatoes
Red Potatoes
Fingerling Potatoes

Peppers

Hot Peppers
Sweet Peppers

Greens (Cooking)

Collards
Chard
Kale
Spinach

Cheese

Goat cheese

Beans

String Beans

Milk

Cow Milk
Raw Milk

Eggs

Chicken Eggs

Meat

Lamb
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