This Week at the Market

This Week — September 18, 2022

When produce is freshly harvested, transported only a few miles — not across the country — it seems to glow with flavor, nourishing goodness, and vital energy, not to mention its stunning beauty. How lucky we are to have weekly access to such bounty. Thank you farmers for the hard work and generosity that allows you to feed this grateful community.

Music at the Market

This Sunday we welcome The Occasional Saints to the music tent.

Community Groups

Councilmember on Your Corner returns: members of the Brighton Town Board will join us to offer information on the Town Budget and Capital Improvement Plan.

Representatives from Veterans Outreach Center will offer information about its programs and services. will offer information on making more sustainable choices.

EBT/SNAP Bonus Program

Brighton Farmers’ Market is pleased to offer SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) customers the opportunity to purchase tokens using their SNAP benefits, which can be used to buy SNAP eligible foods at the Market. Any SNAP customer who purchases $5 in tokens with SNAP benefits will also receive a bonus $2 FreshConnect Check to purchase eligible Market products.

Brighton Food Cupboard

Please consider donating to the Brighton Food Cupboard to support their efforts to support a stronger local food system for all.

Vendors This Week

K&S Bischoping

  • apples, nectarines

R&M Bischoping

  • vegetables, seasonal honeys, honeycomb, handmade artisan soap

Bolton Farms,

Boy and the Baker

  • a variety of baked goods

Brian’s Kitchen

  • a variety of cookies including traditional and gluten free/vegan, granola bars, and chocolate fudge; all products are dairy-free

Clearview Farm

  • Jester delicata fall squash, watermelons, grean beans, green zucchini, yellow summer squash, grass-grown and finished Angus beef, dry beans (black, pinto, red kidney, cranberry, small red)

Dearhaven Farm or text (preferred) 585 261-5680

  • certified organic Seckel pears, celery, heirloom tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, sweet peppers, hot peppers, potatoes (blue, red, russet), butternut squash, carnival acorn squash, sweet onion, onion (Tropea, yellow, red), shallot, garlic, Swiss chard, kale, collards, beets, cilantro, dill, parsley, basil, sage, purple basil. FMNP checks gladly accepted.

East Hill Creamery,, or 585 237-3622

  • nine cheeses, eggs, toffee, crisp, dips

Farmhouse Table

  • variety of prepared foods, salads, and baked goods

Fellenz Family Farm

  • certified organic kale, collards, sweet peppers, hot peppers, eggplant, Keuka Gold potatoes, ADK blue potatoes, red onions, white onions, shallots, garlic, Gala apples, Enterprise apples, Spigold apples, pears, fall and winter squash, tomatillos
  • Please pre-order or reserve by emailing

First Light Creamery

  • sheep yogurt, goat yogurt, chevre, Camembert, Ewe’s Blue Wedges, Three-Milk Gouda, Je T’Aime cheeses

Fisher Hill Farm

  •  chicken, eggs

Flour City Bread

  • artisanal breads, pastries, pizza

Flour City Pasta

  • artisanal dried pastas


  • coffee drinks, beans

Growing Family Farms

  • certified organic Roma beans, dragon tongue beans, Asian pears, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, cucumbers, kale, chard, dandelion, beets, celery, mini cone cabbage, scallions, onions, shallots, garlic, parsley, cilantro, basil, oregano, thyme, rosemary, sage

Impact Earth

  • compost bucket swap service plus zero waste lifestyle products and Fruition Seeds

Java’s Cafe

  • coffee, lemonade, cold brew

JonJohn’s Bakery,,  585-750-4244

  • bourbon balls and cake, blueberry & mixed berry muffins, monster chocolate brownies, Grandma’s breakfast cake, Grandma Hazel’s chocolate chip cookies, Pride cookies, oatmeal cranberry cookies, lemon-berry cake, peanut butter balls, Mom’s macaroni & cheese, grilled cheese sandwiches
  • pre-order online at Offering Tuesday-Saturday pick-up and delivery and pre-orders for Market.

Kettle Ridge Farm

  • maple and honey products, maple glazed sour cream donuts, maple ice cream sandwiches, maple ice cream pints, shave ice with natural maple and honey flavoring

Lagoner Farms

  • freestone peaches, nectarines, prune plums, pears, blackberries, raspberries, apples (premier honeycrisp, ginger gold, paula red, zestar, sansa, gala), tomatoes and peppers by the basket for canning, radish, squash (acorn, butternut, delicata, spaghetti, honeynut), gourds

Lakestone Family Farm

  • eggs

Lavender Moon Herb Gardens or email

  • soaps, salves, lotions, teas, natural tick and mosquito repellent, herbal culinary blends, comfort wraps, winter and spring tonic
  • Please pre-order for more extensive product inventory. If ordering on website please select option for pick up at the market.
  • Orders may also be left on shop phone at 585-624-4220 along with your email; you will be billed directly and be able to pay with credit or debit card.

Le Petit Poutine

  • a variety of poutine flavors. All eggs farm fresh from Fisher Hill Farm.

Lighthouse Gardens

  • certified organic lettuce bouquets; mild, zesty, and green ice salad mix; cherry tomatoes; heirloom slicing tomatoes; kale; rainbow Swiss chard; escarole; endive; dandelion greens; scallions; red and yellow sweet Italian peppers; yellow jalapeno peppers; orange, red, yellow, purple and white carrots; radishes of all kinds; fennel; green beans; Italian flat pod beans; celery; Italian purple, striped, and Asian eggplant; purple and white kohlrabi; red and golden beets; garlic; herb plants; 6-packs of lettuces, chard, and kales; bay laurel, blueberry, grape plants; figs; succulents; hanging baskets; organic potting soil

Marty’s Meats

  • breakfast sandwiches (made with Fisher Hill Farm eggs): egg & cheese; bacon, egg, & cheese; chorizo, egg, and cheese; Marty’s smoked brisket, egg, & cheese

Mojo Sauce

  • ten different hand-crafted small batch hot sauces made from Finger Lakes produce

Neno’s Mexican Gourmet

  • Mexican street food

Newbury Park Pastries

  • chicken, veggie, panang, and specialty Maryland blue crab mac and cheese pot pies; rugelach, cut out cookies

Noto Fruit Farm

  • peaches, plums, blueberries, pears, nectarines, tomatoes

Park View Farm

  • pasture-raised non-soy chicken fed organic feed: whole birds, boneless breasts, leg quarters, wings, stock bags; lamb: loin chops, rib chops, half legs, shanks, ground, stew meat
  • to order go to

Phenomenal Farms

  •  lettuce, napa cabbage, carrots, sweet Italian and bell peppers, dragon tongue beans, white onions, yellow onions, sweet onions, rainbow chard, fennel, shishito peppers, poblano peppers, eggplant, heirloom tomatoes, basil, parsley, celery, spinach, summer squash, shallots, garlic, hot peppers
  • contact or call 585 789-0420

Rainwater Farms

  • garlic, fennel, herbs, new potatoes, micro greens

Schenk Homestead Farm

  • Concord grapes, baby cut greens, premium mix greens, baby kale (limited), hakurei salad turnips, purple potatoes, French fingerling potatoes, head lettuce (green and red summer crisp, red leaf, butterhead), herbs (purple basil, Genovese basil, cilantro), microgreens (broccoli, mild mix, cabbage), cherry tomatoes, slicing tomatoes, sweet peppers, Swiss chard, lacinato (Dino) kale limited: cucumbers and summer squash

Seaway Trail Honeyhjhh or 585-820-6619

  • raw, fresh honey, full assortment and sizes of seasonal, local, raw honey: spring, early summer, summer, late summer, fall; apple blossom honey; honeycombs in all sizes; cute seasonal mini honey bears; infused honeys (lavender, ginger, rosemary, red pepper, cinnamon, cocoa, rose petal, chamomile, cranberry, blueberry, and lemon infused), specialty bottles, and cotton beeswax food wraps made with beeswax from Seaway Trail bees. All honey (including infused) Certified Kosher by Rabbi Avi Mammon, Rochester Kehillah Kosher, and endorsed by Star-K Kosher Certification. Live honey bees in their observation hive. Accepting donations for non-profit NY Bee Wellness.
  • To order in advance or if looking for a particular season or size contact Pat at 585-820-6619, or visit NYHoney.Buzz

Shannon Brook Farm

  • certified organic chicken eggs; certified organic pork: country-style ribs, baby-back ribs, spare ribs, ground, six types of sausage with organic seasonings; no-nitrite, organically smoked products: traditional bacon, cottage bacon, jowl bacon, picnic hams, deli ham, bacon and ham ends, ham slices, hocks; fresh minute steaks, butt roasts, soup bones, leaf lard; certified organic whole and half broiler chickens, feet, gizzards, liver, hearts; certified organic whole pekin ducks, certified organic stew hens; grass-fed lamb raised on organic pastures: ground, neck roasts, racks, shoulder chops, loin chops, leg steaks, shanks, shoulder roasts, leg roasts, soup bones

Smugtown Mushrooms

  • mushrooms, mushroom grow kits

Squash Blossom Farm

  • lettuce, escarole, frisee endive, kale, chard, celery, arugula, spinach, carrots, beets, turnips, radicchio, parsley, cilantro, dill, cucumbers, eggplant, peppers, tomatoes, sweet onions, scallions, shallots, fennel

Timber Trails Forest Farm

  • amber maple syrup, dark maple syrup, very dark maple syrup in 8 fl. oz., 12 fl. oz., and 1 ltr. glass bottles

Trademarks Flower Farm

  • dahlias, lisianthus, sunflower, decorative sunflower bouquets, fresh scented eucalyptus, decorative false magnolia leaf, snapdragons, mixed bouquets

White Oak Farm

  • a variety of vegetables

Zantopia Herb Gardens or Zantopia Gardens Facebook page

  • a variety of garden perennials

See you Sunday!