Each vendor brings the best of a variety of products to the Downtown Saginaw Farmers' Market. Here are photos of some of our regular vendors with a partial list of the products they bring. Keep in mind that food is available seasonally at our market and our vendors are bringing the freshest, highest quality produce to market. We also allow vendors to join us for the day so you never know what might delight you at the market. What is fresh at market is always available on the front page of this website.
Butter Crust Bakery of Bridgeport - great fresh breads, sweet breads, and cookies.
Black Dog Farms of Chesaning - great heirloom tomatoes, beets, leeks, flowers, etc. Pictured: Aileen Cowan
J. DeWyse Farms of Bay City - Potatoes, onions, watermelons, pickles, and lots more! Pictured: Jim DeWyse.
Dude's Louisiana Gumbo of Saginaw - great gumbo and roasted chicken, corn bread, and more! Pictured: Yvette Fredericks, Joe and Geneva Bolton.
Rafael's Produce of Saginaw - Great locally grown peppers, tomatillos, tomatoes, cabbages, and more! Pictured: Ana Guevara and her nieces.
Lynne of Jacques Orchard of Hemlock. Maple syrup and homemade jam.
Briggs Orchards & Saginaw Valley Honey of Burt -- all kinds of locally-grown fruit, honey, preserves. Pictured: Gary Briggs
Denis Corrion Farms of Bay City - tomatoes, sweet corn, bell peppers, pickles, and more! Pictured: Mary Lou Wisnewski
Davis Farms of Bay City - hot peppers, herbs, plants, cucumbers, tomatoes, melons, and more! Pictured: Marilyn Davis-Ayotte and John Ayotte.
Corrion Family Farms of Bay City - Onions, pickles, cabbage, zucchini, melons, corn and more! Pictured:
King's Farm of Kawkawlin - beans, purple hull peas, greens, cabbage, cauliflower, pickles and more! Pictured: Lillian King
McGeathy Farms of Hemlock - Fresh-cut flowers, asparagus, herbs. Pictured: Shelley McGeathy.
Timm Family Farms - 3rd & 4th generations at Saginaw farmers markets! Great summer and winter squashes, dry beans, tomatoes, watermelons. Pictured: Shelly Harrell and family. Click on the picture to see their Facebook page.
A&T Produce Farms of Essexville. Pictured: Tiffany McDonald.
Nancy's Cajun Snow and the Hot Dog cart offer tasty flavored snow, ice cream treats and hot dogs, coneys, polish sausage, chips and pop. Pictured: Nancy Painter (left) and Frank Painter (right).
Cabana Soaps of Midland - handmade soap using natural extracts without artificial fragrances or colors. Pictured: Zac Kidder.