Our Farmers

Our Farmers

Each Tuesday and weekends at the Farmer's Line, Eastern Market hosts an open-air food market of fresh produce!

Take a stroll down the Farmers' Line and find stall after stall of the freshest food available in Washington, DC. Most of the produce sold at Eastern Market is grown in rural counties in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia. Visit Eastern Market's Fresh Tuesdays Farmer's Market each Tuesday from 1 pm to 7 pm.

Below is the directory of all of our farmers:

Agora Farms

Agora Farms is where you can find some of the finest available vegetables, fruit, honey, eggs, butter, sharp Amish cheddar cheese, yogurt, dried nuts and fruits, Christmas trees & some baked goods.

Agora Farms is open year round, weather permitting, above freezing, Saturdays & Sundays on the corner of 7th & C Streets, Eastern Market, Southeast, Washington, DC.

Seasonal harvests are fresh from the English, Amish and Mennonite farms of Lancaster, and Adams counties Pennsylvania.

Saturdays 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM, Sundays 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM

w: http://www.agorafarms.com/


CariBeat handcrafts gourmet, Caribbean-Fusion products including “PEPPA” sauce, salsas, marinades, hot sauces, chutneys, cocktail mixers and snacks – made with FRESH tropical fruit, herbs and spices.

p: (202) 631-1556
e: [email protected]
w: http://Caribeat.us

Facebook: @CariBeatHappiness
Instagram: CariBeatHappiness
Twitter: @CariBeatHappiness

Dunham’s Produce

Jesse Dunham and his son Daniel grow their own produce, which they bring to Eastern Market along with the best products from surrounding farms. Their farm-fresh produce includes heirloom tomatoes, asparagus, strawberries, peaches, honey crisp apples, nectarines and watermelon.

Gardeners Gourmet

Gardeners Gourmet is a small family owned and operated farm in Carroll County.

Cinda Sebastian and Wave Williams grow a variety of greens and vegetables on 18 acres and in 15,000 sqare feet of greenhouses.

We attend 32nd Street Farmer’s Market, Dupont Circle Farmer’s Market, Silver Spring Farmer’s Market, Baltimore City Farmer’s Market and Eastern Market.


p: 410-596-1580
e: [email protected]

Knopp’s Farm

Bob “Bunk” Knopp from Knopp’s Farm in Severn, MD, has been selling produce for more than 30 years. He loves farming and finds that markets like Eastern Market are the best way to get his product to his customers.

Long Meadow Farm

Marvin Ogburn, of Long Meadow Farm in Shenandoah Valley, WV, started farming so that he could move out of the city and enjoy the country. He sells only his own produce and takes great pride in the quality of his product. He thrives on the friendships that he has made through his time at Eastern Market.

Mockingbird Hill Farms

Mockingbird Hill Farms is a family owned business run by self-described “Horse and Buggy Mennonites”. For the last twenty years Michael Stauffer and his family have used this farm to grow healthy varieties of greens, hot peppers, and ethnic vegetables. Mockingbird Farm brings their produce to the markets every Tuesday and the Weekend!

Moroccan Saffron, LLC

Moroccan Saffron, LLC offers a selection of high quality, gourmet food products handcrafted from the finest ingredients found both locally and around the world. Come join us at Eastern Market every weekend! Taste our raw local honey and smell the delightful aroma of our pure Moroccan saffron, handcrafted artisan tea blends, finishing salt collection and more. We have been selling at Eastern Market since 2015.

We Specialize in the Saffron Trade.

Our saffron is hand-picked from the saffron fields of Taliouine, Morocco and brought to your kitchen. Taliouine is the heart of Morocco’s saffron industry. It is a mountain village situated near the Atlas Mountains. The rich volcanic soil combined with the ideal climate—dry, with brutally hot summers and cold winters—gives the saffron its potency, color and exceptional aroma. Centuries of developing agricultural skills has allowed farmers to produce some of the world’s finest saffron threads. We promote sustainable agriculture by sourcing our saffron directly from Moroccan farmers, which ensures they retain 100% of the profit. Taliouine is the top saffron producer in Africa, and Morocco is the fourth-largest producer of saffron in the world.

Why Choose Us.

Our goal is to offer the freshest, most aromatic, top quality food products. Most of the ingredients found in our products are organically sourced. We sell pure saffron that is superior in quality. Our honeys are locally produced in the Virginia Shenandoah Valley and are naturally, deliciously, silky sweet. Our artisan teas are handcrafted from the finest ingredients found around the world. We created a collection of aromatic finishing salts that will enhance any dish and appease any foodie. Please give our products a try! You will not be disappointed.

p: 254-913-4795
e: [email protected]
w: http://www.moroccan-saffron.com

Peachy Family Dairy

The Peachy Family Dairy has their own goat dairy. At the dairy they have around 40 milking does. They also have over 70 kids or young goats this spring. The Peachy Family Dairy makes aged and fresh Chevre Cheeses. They also make grilled goat meat sausage, fried cheese curds, goat milk gelato, and gork sausage. Gork Sausage is a combination of goat and pork meat.

p: 717-734-0075

Vordonia Athenolia LLC

Vordonia Athenolia EVOO. Taste Fresh, Honest, Rare, Terroir driven Single Cultivar EVOO for the first time in your life.
Limited (only 900 bottles) from February 2019 Harvest. I harvested, pressed and send my EVOO. Arrived a few weeks ago and I picked it up from NYC. Nothing is this fresh.

I used to sit on my fathers plow for extra weight. He taught me to “maintain the famous Athenolia olive tree planted by our ancestors 1000 of years ago”.

I have been producing single cultivar olive oil all my life and have stayed very small on purpose. Less then 1000 bottles of the finest handcrafted EVOO from each years harvest.

When my trees reach perfect ripeness, I will take unpaid leave of absence from my job and travel to Vordonia 13 kilometers from (Sparta) and start the hand harvest. We harvest and press each day. Each pressing is cold melaxed , pressed at room temperature (no such thing as cold pressed) and cold seperated from its natural water content. Over 4 hours per pressing.
No one does olive oil like this anymore. Im literlly the last of my kind. An Old Fashion Olive Oil Craftsman.

I Honor my Father, my Village, my Ancestors and the famous Athenolia olive tree with each drop. Amazing Chef Robert Curtis of Hazels Restsurant uses Vordonia Athenolia EVOO. Please stop by for a taste, you wont believe the difference.

p: (301) 413-5876
e: [email protected]
w: http://www.vordonia:com