For the safety of our patrons and vendors during the COVID-19 pandemic, The Onancock Market’s pedestrian lot will not open until further notice. However, you may now order online each week from your favorite local Food Vendors! Place your order from noon Sunday through midnight Wednesday, and pay with credit card, PayPal or SNAP/EBT. Saturday mornings, 9am-12pm, drive up to the front of 20 Market Street and your order will be placed in your car!

2020 Vendors

           

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WATERMEN

Eastern Shore Seafood  (website) 

Fresh, handpicked Chesapeake Bay crab meat and steamed crabs. Woody Zember (Onley)

H.M. Terry Co. 

Clams and oysters raised in Hog Island Bay on the seaside of the Eastern Shore by the Terry family since 1903. 
H.M. Terry (Willis Wharf)

      FARMERS

      Hopeland Gardens  (website)

       8-acre farm with sustainably grown seasonal vegetables including asparagus, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, onions, snap beans (round & flat), heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers, beets, sweet corn, watermelon, turnip greens, kale and spinach. Hayman and Hopeland hybrid sweet potatoes grown from our own sprouts.  Cut flowers. Only hybrid seed used on this farm. The tillage method is used to control weeds & grass, not herbicides. FDA Food safety trained. Joe Ferebee (Modest Town)

      Microgreens from the Shore

      We offer a variety of organic, tender and flavorful greens. These nutrient-dense greens are sought after for salads, soups, sandwiches and wraps. Donna Mareno (Onancock)

       

      Perennial Roots  (website)

      Perennial Roots is a biodynamic farm and garden that specializes in rare heritage breed meat and heirloom vegetables, many of which are featured on the Slow Food Ark of Taste for their unique history and superior flavor. We offer seasonal heirloom vegetables, fruits, cultivated and foraged mushrooms, cut flowers, plants, herbs, teas, salves and preserves from our harvest. Our meat is pastured and supplemented with local soy-free certified organic grain. We offer heritage rabbit meat, pork, beef, and lamb. Our meat and produce is Certified Naturally Grown. Natalie McGill & Stewart Lundy

       Sanders Orchards

      A variety of peaches throughout the season, as well as seasonal vegetables. We moldboard, plow and disc the soil and grow using no herbicides. We cultivate with organic fertilizer from horses and chickens that is composted and the pH adjusted with wood ash and dolomite lime. We start all our plants with hybrid seeds. Also sell fresh eggs from free range chickens. Carl and Mara Sanders  (Machipongo)

      Triune Farms

      Cooking herbs and spices, shiitake and oyster mushrooms, garlic, onions, hot and sweet peppers, pumpkins all grown without synthetic pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers. Fruit jams, corn stalks, holly and holiday wreaths made from grapevine and natural materials.  We strive to provide the most nutritious food possible while being good stewards of Creation. John & Cindy Galambos (Temperanceville)

      Van Dessel Farms. (website)

      Fresh ground horseradish and horseradish root and other seasonal produce from our  fifth-generation family farm.  Offerings include strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, root vegetables and wild berry jam.  Jessica Van Dessel  (Parksley)

      PREPARED FOODS

      Angela’s Bagels and More

      Handcrafted old-world style breads: NY Style Boiled Bagels, Small French Baguettes, Small Rosemary Garlic Baguettes, Cinnamon Raisin Bread Loaf, Cranberry Walnut Braided Bread, Five Grain Bole, Italian Bread, Kaiser Rolls, Rustic Bole, Rye Bole, Sourdough Bread, Zucchini Bread, Biscotti, Pumpkin/Pecan Muffins, Crumpets, Cinnamon Rolls, French Macarons and Fresh Pasta.  Jeremy’s Gourmet Brownies and “Baby Cakes”. Angela and Jeremy Faraguna (Parksley)

      Butterbutt Bakery 

      Butterbutt Bakery specializes in cakes and other baked goods for special occasions and everyday treats. They feature a rotating selection of baked goods made with love, featuring local and seasonal ingredients. Special order celebration cakes also available. "Butterbutt" is a birder's nickname for their mascot and spirit animal, the Yellow-Rumped Warbler. Christen Fosque (Onancock)

      Harvest Pies

      Fresh pies made with seasonal fruits, PA Dutch sugar cakes, traditional German soft pretzels. Kathy Yoder (Onancock)

      Mt. Nebo Meats      (website)

      Pre-cooked smoked meats, great for an easy meal on those busy days! Including smoked half chickens, 1 lb containers of smoked pulled pork, homemade sausage, and smoked turkey at the Holiday Market. Also jars of Mt. Nebo BBQ sauce. Marshall Reedy, Dan Wilt, Greg Breuker  (Onancock)