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Market Vendors
The Christiansburg Farmers' Market is excited to have the following vendors at the market. 

And we're still growing!

Be sure to visit the market and see firsthand all that our vendors have on offer! 

Blacksburg Bagels
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Blacksburg Bagels is locally owned and operated by Jessica Schultz (the Bagel Lady) and Pete Macedo (the Pie Guy). 

Each week they bring a selection from over 20 bagel varieties for you to enjoy. Their handmade bagels are a great fit for any palate with classic options like sesame and everything, sweet new favorites like the cherry almond, and, of course, the spicy jalapeno cheddar bagel. Their stand features more than just bagels. Soft pretzels, fluffy pitas, giant cookies, specialty breads and mouth watering pies are all available for you to take home. Every bite is filled with homegrown, local and seasonal ingredients whenever possible. 

Blacksburg Bagels Facebook

Brugh Coffee
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Established in 2016 in Christiansburg, Brugh Coffee is a micro-roaster of specialty coffees. Their mission is to provide the freshest and best tasting coffee they possibly can. All of their bags are "roasted-to-order" in small batches and should be consumed within two weeks of the roast date to get the best cup possible. 

In addition to the market, Brugh Coffee ships their products via their online store.

Brugh Coffee Facebook

Cavalier Farm
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Cavalier Farm, located in Floyd County, is owned and operated by Teresa and Bruce Caldwell and was established in 1985. Teresa and Bruce use only Animal Welfare Approved (AWA) processing houses and follow ecologically-sound farming practices, which allows them to bring healthy livestock and produce to the market. 

Cavalier Farm offers a variety of meats, along with fresh produce and eggs. Specialty jams/jellies, pickles, peanut butter, almond butter and baked goods from their certified kitchen are also often available.

Cavalier Farm Facebook

Chat Noir Apothicaire
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Chat Noire Apothicaire keeps traditions alive with products ranging from soap, salves, fruit curds and more. 

Using techniques learned from his mother and grandmother, owner Craig Eisenbrown creates quality, locally made products from his own lavender plants and other locally available ingredients. 


Den Hill Permaculture
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Den Hill Permaculture (DHP), located in the Ellett Valley, is a farm with new ideas on farming and food systems. Permaculture is the harmonious relationship between humans and the earth, where food, energy, shelter and other material and non-material needs are produced and/or extracted in a sustainable way. While the farm's primary focus is on providing local, high-quality, fresh food for the community, they also try to raise awareness about holistic living through the arts.

At the market, Den Hill Permaculture cooks farm-to-table meals and sells fresh vegetables. 

Den Hill Permaculture Facebook

Idyllwood Farms
Sharon Morley and George Hall, owners of Idyllwood Farms in Pilot, work year-round to cultivate fresh food and beautiful Christmas Trees for residents throughout both the Roanoke and New River Valleys. In the warmer months of the year, you can find them at local Farmers' Markets, selling their fresh produce. 


Mockingbird Cafe & Bakery
Located in downtown Christiansburg, Mockingbird Cafe & Bakery specializes in fresh pastries, breads, cupcakes, cookies, cakes, pies, sandwiches and made-to-order breakfasts.

Mockingbird Cafe & Bakery Facebook

Under The Green Umbrella
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Under The Green Umbrella is a Blacksburg-based food stand, focused on providing customers with wholesome baked goods, signature recipes and refreshments with the best local ingredients possible from start to finish. Under The Green Umbrella offers a variety of products, from whole wheat muffins to "Giant Double Dutch Dark Chocolate Brownies" to pesto, hummus and tapenade.

Under The Green Umbrella Facebook

Weathertop Farm
Weathertop Farm is owned and operated by Cedric & Sarah Shannon in Floyd County. They are dedicated to holistic sustainable agriculture through multi-species rotational grazing and intensive management. No antibiotics or hormones are used, and all livestock eat from pasture that is free of pesticides, herbicides and synthetic fertilizers. They offer pasture-raised chicken, rabbit, pork, turkey, eggs, duck and 100% grass-fed lamb. Their products are available for sale on their farm from their freezers, fresh in season by pre-order, at a couple local farmers' markets, at some area natural foods stores and through two neighboring CSA’s. You can visit their website for details of product availability, internship opportunities and directions to the farm.

Weathertop Facebook

Weeping Willow Farm's Lost in Time Naturals
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Located in Indian Valley, Weeping Willow Farm uses their own goats' milk, herbs, wild flowers, naturally-infused oils and beeswax to produce all-natural skin care products. They prefer to remember the traditions that time forgot, in order to provide for generations to come!  

Weeping Willow Farm's Facebook