By Lisa Carolin
In addition to fresh, hot breakfast sandwiches and freshly made cold custard that are available at the Saturday Chelsea Farmers Market, shoppers can also enjoy a freshly roasted cup of coffee.
Father and son Wally and John LeBlanc own Fresh coffee, a micro roaster from Saline. They offer hot cups of coffee along with a selection of coffee beans.
Fresh sells new varieties of coffee every month from around the world. They also sell organic beans and a decaffeinated choice.
There will also be plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables for sale at the Saturday market including cherries, blueberries, and raspberries, as well as potatoes, carrots, cucumbers, chard, and greens.
You will also find French breads and sourdough breads, cakes, cookies, cheese and eggs, along with jewelry, pottery, soap, and soy candles.
Saturday market vendors this season include Brieland Shoultz Farm, Bordine Farms, Goetz Family Farm, Heim Gardens, Jacob’s Fresh Farm Shares, Kapnick Orchards, Lake Divide Farm, Merkel Gardens and Greenhouses, Tantré Farm, Two Tracks Acres, La Baguette, Lakehouse Bakery, Stone Hearth Bakery, Sweet & Salty (cookies), Raterman (sourdough bread), Fluffy Bottom Creamery, Para Para Creamery, H&H Sugarbush, LLC, Shoreline Wild Salmon, Affeathermations, Awakened Provisions, Bristle’s Handmade and Homegrown, Debbie’s Beads, Lavender and Honey Herbal Apothecary, Country Hills Pottery, Elderwoods, Hoppy Soap, Holdwick, Santa Rosa Watercolors, Smellz so Good (candles), Thistle Blossom Herbal, and Roaming Goat hot food.
For more information, go to http://chelseafarmersmkt.org.