ROGERS PARK — The Glenwood Sunday Market kicked off Sunday for a five-month run featuring organic and locally grown food on Glenwood Avenue near the CTA Red Line's Morse Avenue stop.
The market, which is open from 9 a.m—2 p.m. every Sunday, runs through Oct. 26.
All farmers who sell at the market live within 200 miles of the 49th Ward and use organic farming practices, Ald. Joe Moore said.
The Market's theme this year is "food brings us together," Moore said in an email.
B True Bakery — whole grain baked goods
Bennison's Bakery — fine European style baked goods
Big Head Farm — vegetables, fruit, herbs, and flowers
Breslin Farms — dry beans, small grains and sweet corn, cheese and butter
Cedar Valley Farms — grass-fed beef, pastured meats
Defloured Bakery — gluten free baked goods
Earth First Farms — coming in August!
Fat Blossom Farm — fresh vegetables, flowers
Four Friends Farms — fresh vegetables
Fresh For Life Organics — fresh vegetables
Gretta's Goats — goat's milk soap
Hardin's Family Farm — vegetables, fruit and honey
Headstash Roasting Coffee — whole bean coffee
Katherine Anne Confections — truffles, caramels
Lyons Fruit Farm — fresh vegetables, fruit, flowers
Midnight Sun Farm — fresh vegetables
Mint Creek Farm — biodynamic meats, eggs, honey
Nature's Pasture — grass-fed beef, pastured meats
Phoenix Bean — tofu, noodles, soy milk
River Valley Ranch — mushrooms and more
Salted Caramel — popcorn, frozen treats
Stamper Cheese — artisanal cheeses
Tomate Fresh Kitchen — empanadas, aguas frescas
The Urban Canopy — microgreens