The Troy Waterfront Farmers Market returns to the Troy Atrium – troyrecord
The Troy Atrium is filled with vendors and customers for the return of the Troy Waterfront Farmers Market. (Photo by Skye Mason)
TROY, NY – The Troy Waterfront Farmers Market is back in the Troy Atrium for the winter season.
The Troy Atrium Farmers Market will be held throughout the months of November through April, rain or shine, from 9am to 2pm every Saturday.
There are currently a total of 106 vendors that are part of the Troy Waterfront Farmers Market. Products that can be purchased from vendors range from fruits and vegetables to craft distilleries to various handicrafts. There were lots of different food and beverage options for sale during the market that visitors could enjoy while strolling through the farmers market.
Springbrook Hollow has been attending the Troy Waterfront Farmers Market as a vendor for at least five years, but has been in the business for about 10 years, explained one of the vendors, Mike Sibben, of Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery in Queensbury. When asked his opinion about the Troy Waterfront Farmers Market, Sieben said, “It’s one of the best markets in the area.
“I’ve been to a lot of different markets, and here there’s a lot of attraction and a lot of people are more open to the farmers market here in Troy itself. There’s a waiting list for other vendors to be able to join because there’s so many people that come.”
When asked if he would recommend coming to the Farmers Market as a vendor or customer, Sieben spoke very highly of the Farmers Market and highly recommended that people come visit it.
Emily Lebelt, a vendor with Bee Hollow Farm and Apiary, explained that she has been working with the farm since March and has been attending the Troy Waterfront Farmers Market as a vendor since she started.
When asked what she thought of the farmers market, Lebelt explained: “I love the regular customers, and I love the die-hard fans who come out rain or shine. There always seems to be a good turnout, good vibes and a positive attitude all the time. All the vendors are really good quality, and You can go wrong, everyone has amazing things.
When asked if she would recommend the farmer’s market, Lebelt said, “Oh, yeah, big time. Whether they’re vendors or customers or people passing through town, I tell them, ‘You know, while you’re here, check out the market!'” I recommend it. always.”
This was also Liebelt’s first time acting as a vendor for Bee Hollow Farm and Apiary alone, but she has sold Bee Hollow Farm and Apiary products in
Spring and summer at the Troy Waterfront Farmers Market with a co-worker from Bee Hollow Farm and Apiary.
“It’s been about five years,” explained Tiffany Harris, a vendor for Whip My Butta Organics, when asked about her company. “We are a natural and organic body care company with a strong focus on core skin conditions like dry skin, eczema, and psoriasis. We started when my kids had From eczema, they were both born with eczema, and I made a body butter to clear their skin in three days.
“I started selling, expanding and marketing that butter, and it flew off the shelves. People loved it and it worked, and now we’ve expanded our range to include a variety of body butters and other skin and body care products and focus on all things body!”
When asked what she thought of the farmers market, Harris said: “It started when it was just an artisan market on the waterfront and then the artisan market joined the farmers market. And I love the farmers market, we have a diverse group of people. Everyone is so happy and upbeat, we have a diverse group.” Of the items here, I even shop here myself, I love it.
If you would like to learn more about the Troy Waterfront Farmers Market, visit https://www.troymarket.org/ for more information.