The Highlands Ranch Farmers’ and Street Market has become one of the area’s finest. HRCA will be partnering with Denver Farmers’ Market to bring these exceptional markets to Highlands Ranch residents.
The Farmers' Market season starts with a plethora of sauces, pastas, flowers, breads, and more. As produce comes in-season, the market explodes with all the colors, smells, and varieties of Colorado’s bounty. Select the freshest in breads, fruits, and vegetables for your family to enjoy all season long.
The HRCA Street Market has over 20 vendors and offers treasures will galore! Browse handbags, accessories, cooking utensils, garden adornments, and much more! The markets are adjacent to each other, so it will be truly a one-stop shop!
A copy of the 2017 Colorado Farm Fresh Directory will be available at any HRCA facility during the season.
For vendor information about the market call 303-809-2865, or Email.
Mazzotti Farms & Greenhouses
2017 Farmers' and Street Market Vendors:Azteca Gourmet, LLC.
- Oaxaca Style savory VeganBaba & Pop's Handmade Pierogi
- PierogiCecolors & Company
- Soap & CandlesClay Inspirations
- PotteryCoco Pranaco
- Coconut SuperfoodDiné Creation
- JewelryDragon Wave Designs
- Hair ClipsGrandma's Rockin' Rolls
- Cinnamon RollsGreen Mountain Dips
- DipsHigh Country Products, Inc.
- Water BottlesHoney Gal
- HoneyJ Wild, LLC.
- PastryJuice Plus
- Juice PlusKaizen Snacks, Inc.
- SnacksKoglers Bakery
- QuichesLeashes Etc.
- Pet leashes and harnessesLegendary Spice LLC. -
- Chili SauceMile High Giardiniera
- Pickeled VegetablesMolly's Barkery
- Dog TreatsMoving Memories
- PhotosN&N Cuisine, LLC.
- Lebanese foodNature's Best CBD
- NutsRenewal by Andersen
- WindowsRoyal Crest Dairy
- MilkSkoob Childrens Books
- Children's BooksSolar City
- SolarSugar Land Sodas -
Vintage sodas, Tupperware & PopcornSweet Viking Candied Peppers
- PeppersTaspen Organics -
Skin CareTaste of Salvador
FoodTierra por vida
- Kombucha TeaTutor Doctor -
- ChiropracticWild Alaskan Seafood
- Seafood & Pasta
- IT PAYS TO GET UP EARLY – Get to the Market when it opens to find the best selection and the freshest produce.
- BRING YOUR OWN BAG – Bring your own canvas shopping bag or basket from home.
- TRY SOMETHING NEW – Buy something you haven’t tried before. The Farmers’ Market is the perfect place to learn about new foods. Vendors will be happy to advise you on how to select and prepare it.
- BRING A COOLER – Put a cooler in your car to keep food items cool when you buy at the market. They’ll stay fresh while you visit the unique shops and restaurants on the square.
- ASK QUESTIONS – Make sure to ask questions of the vendors when you see unfamiliar produce. Vendors and farmers love to share their knowledge and can even give you recipes and cooking tips.
- DRESS COMFORTABLY – Wear walking shoes and dress appropriately for the weather.
Fun Facts About the Food We Eat*
- Lettuce is a member of the sunflower family.
- In the US, lettuce is the second most popular fresh vegetable.
- Apples are a member of the rose family.
- The name asparagus comes from the Greek language and means “sprout” or “shoot.”
- Asparagus is a member of the Lily family and is related to onions, leeks, and garlic.
- Pumpkins were once recommended for removing freckles and curing snake bites!
- Americans are eating 900% more broccoli than we did 20 years ago.
- A hive of bees flies over 55,000 miles to bring you one pound of honey.
- Honey bee can fly 15 miles per hour.
- Honey bees must visit 2 million flowers to make one pound of honey.
- Each honey bee makes 1/12th teaspoon of honey in its lifetime.
- It takes a combine 9 seconds to harvest enough wheat to make 70 loaves of bread.
- One bushel of corn will sweeten more than 400 cans of pop.
- There are about 600 kernels on each ear of corn.
- Farmers grow corn on every continent except Antarctica.
- Each American consumes, on average, 53 pounds of bread per year.
- A family of four could live for 10 years off the bread produced by one acre of wheat.
- Soy crayons have been created to replace toxic petroleum-wax crayons and are easier to use, brighter in color, and less expensive to product.
- One acre of soybeans can produce 82,368 crayons.
* Borrowed from the Woodstock Farmers Market web site, Woodstock, IL.