The Annual HDSID Winter Farmers’ Market is kicking off at the Grove PATH Plaza every Thursday from 4PM to 6PM through April 21st.
The 2021 Winter Market was a huge success so it has returned for another year with fresh produce and local artisan booths — with both some new and some returning vendors neighbors will recognize. Keeping fresh produce on the table during these colder months is easy thanks to this weekly winter market.
The 2022 Vendors
This smoothie and soup shop provides natural, whole foods – unrefined, unprocessed, non-GMO, and organic products with the goal of overcoming global hunger and malnutrition by starting at home.
East Iceland Coffee Co. is an online specialty coffee merchant, looking for unique but approachable coffees from around the world to bring to New Jersey.
This East Hanover shop specializes in nuts and dried fruit, offering a sweet and savory mix of high-energy goods.
Hodgins Harvest is a certified organic mushroom farm located in Rockland County, NY, where the farmers grow a variety of mushrooms including oyster, lion’s mane, black poplar, chestnut, and more. The company also produces grow-your-own kits and medicinal mushroom tinctures.
River Valley Community Grains uses a collaborative approach to grain production with the aim of encouraging farmers to use regenerative agricultural methods while providing local flour, real bread, and healthy cereals for the community.
This hub for Indian cuisine stocks snacks, cooking supplies, and essentials all in one place. From spices, sweets, and snacks, Sattva Foods is a one-stop-shop for a taste of India.
Sofia is a self-taught chef specializing in authentic Italian cuisine using family recipes and creating her own. This season Sofia is selling fresh-made pasta so you can bring an Italian flare to your dinner table.
Stony Hill Farm is a local farm that produces eggs, cheese, meat, and fresh produce. This booth quite literally brings the farm to your table.
ThatPastaClub is a local go-to for fresh, hand-made pasta delivered straight to your door, produced in small batches, and accompanied by various sauces made from scratch.
More than just popcorn, Uncle Bob’s Kettle Corn comes in a variety of flavors including chocolate, strawberry shortcake, garlic parmesan, cheddar jalapeno, and creamy dill.
Vesco Foods is famous for its barrel-cured pickles, select gourmet olives, and delicious appetizers. Don’t miss a chance to stop by for a few charcuterie essentials.
The Historic Downtown Special Improvement District is a public-private partnership, 501(c) through which property and business owners have a direct impact on Historic Downtown Jersey City neighborhoods and their development.
The HDSID works with local businesses, property owners, and neighborhood associations in conjunction with the City government to promote the area, improve the services provided and undertake any and all activity to make Historic Downtown Jersey City a better place to live, work and visit.
Shop locally-sourced produce and goods every Thursday at the HDSID Winter Farmers’ Market this season from 4PM to 6PM at the Grove PATH Plaza in Jersey City.