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9:00AM to 1:00PM


Saturday, July 7

Winners Plan Ahead

Next Saturday, July 14, we'll hold our 9th annual Zucchini 500!


So why are we telling you this week? Because this week, you can sign up and receive the wheel kits that your kids will need to create the best possible zucchini racers. Wheel kits are $2 each or free with a non-perishable food donation.


Yes, you can sign up next week on race day and use our craft table to decorate your racer. But having the wheels in advance allows you to create and test your racer for speed, and to decorate your racer to the limits of your creativity. Most of our past winners have used this week wisely, and wowed us with their technical and design skills.


On The Entertainment Plaza

John Costello will be on the entertainment plaza, doing blues acoustic guitar with vocals.


Vendor News

Here's what you can expect from our vendors this week...


A'Dello Winery: Wines made locally in Montgomery County. Varieties include Pinot Noir, Chambourcin, Rose, Chardonel, Sweet Niagra, and fruit wines (blueberry, peach and apple).


DAJ Mushrooms: Located in Landenberg and specializing in exotic mushrooms.


'feine Coffee: (say FEEN, like in caffeine) Located in Conshohocken this fun and inviting cafe has acquired the coffee roasting equipment from Sweet Tree Artisan Roasters, started by Ian and Melissa Kingsley. Feine will be providing coffee for the Market this year including the popular Nitro Cold Brew.


Firehouse Donuts: Homemade, artisanal donuts made fresh each day in Springfield, Delaware County.


Five Saints Distilling: Family, community, commitment and dedication to quality describe the lives of the Saints. They are inspired in their honor to distill premium quality spirits in small batches.


G'Mas Sewing: Doll clothes and accessories, kitchen and dining items, and more handmade in Bridgeport.


Green Lion Breads: A not-for-profit micro-bakery dedicated to sourcing local and regional whole grains, including heritage and ancient grains that are organically grown. Their naturally leavened breads are handcrafted with stone ground flours they mill themselves to result in the freshest, full-flavored, nutrient dense loaves for your table.


Hedgehog Grill: Locally owned food truck serving sandwiches and snacks.


Jack's Farm: Growing USDA Certified Organic non-GMO vegetables, herbs, fruit and flowers.


King of Prussia Historical Society: This week their theme is Anna Morris Holstein: Civil War nurse and author who was instrumental in the purchase of Washington's headquarters -- the seed that grew into Vallley Forge National Park.


Lucky Dog Treat Co: They have been in business for 10 years, serving up organic, all natural pet treats. They use no artificial ingredients and all raw goods are sourced in the United States. They have also added pet grooming products and accessories as well as pet themed items for the pet owners. Lucky Dog will be back this week and bringing some brand new items, but you have to come to the market to find out what they are!


MacDougall's Irish Victory Cakes: Treat your taste buds like royalty with these cakes made of all natural ingredients.


Maiale Deli and Salumeria: Handcrafted sausages and dried salumi.


Nurturing Nature Farm: Located in Boyertown this beautiful farm owned-and-operated by Cathy Olsen brings us a changing array of nature's bounty: potted herbs and seedlings in the spring, wildflowers in the summer, gourds and decorative items in the fall.


Paper Cuts & Cards: Fabulous handmade birthday, baby, wedding, graduation, and thank you cards. This week Susan is adding new home cards to her handmade line, and simple printed note cards for those who want to send an everyday message. Susan will also be giving away glow sticks and saltwater taffy to anyone who stops by.


Peach Bottom Farm: Lancaster County farmer Jonas Miller features vegetables, eggs, Amish baked goods, cheeses, yogurt, and herbs.

Robin Hill Organics: A small family farm located in Newtown Square who grow high-quality organic vegetables for the community. This week they will be bringing beets, garlic scapes, lettuce heads and mix, radishes, Japanese salad turnips, and other greens.


Spring Creek Farms: They will have your certified organic, 100% grass-fed dairy and beef products. Their poultry is also certified organic and they are raised on pasture and rotated around the farm like the cows. The weather looks to be beautiful after this long stretch of heat. They will be selling milkshakes from 10:30 - 12:45 due to Department of Health regulations about how long milk can sit in the blenders. If anyone is interested in a quarter or half of beef from a young tender cow let them know. About 50% will be high quality steaks and other cuts of meat and the other 50% would be ground beef. You can custom order the meat to be packaged the way you want. The price is $6.75 per pound -- figure approximately 75 pounds in a quarter -- double that for a half.


Zah'r Spices: Their goal is to supply authentic and popular North African and Middle Eastern spices to their local communities and beyond. All of their spices are kosher certified, non-GMO, and gluten free. They want to bring the best spices to your kitchen table.


The beautiful and amazing... Nurturing Nature Farm!

Food Drive

We are collecting non-perishable food donations on behalf of Valley Forge Presbyterian. All you have to do is bring your donations to our information tent and we'll take care of the rest!



Farmers Market Nutrition Programs

Coupons from two assistance programs, one for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC FMNP) and one for Seniors (SFMNP) are accepted by the following vendors:
Jack's Farm and Peach Bottom Farm.



Market Money

If you're a little short on cash, stop by our Information Tent by the entertainment plaza. You can swipe your credit or debit card for any multiple of $10. Market Money is accepted by all vendors, and is good for the entire season. It also makes a great gift!



Loyal Patron Card

Our loyal patron card program returns this year. Pick up your card at our information tent. Each week, bring any market purchase to the tent and get one punch. Ten punches gets a prize from our prize basket.



Come Say Hi!

Stop by our information tent to meet the UMFM team:


Vince Lattuca, Manager


Mary Ann Ahearn

Alison Andrel

Linda Behmke

Meeval Biju

Paul Chow

Lydia Dan-SardiƱas 

Lauren Dare

Dawn Francis

 Tina Garzillo

Pam Heffner

Eric Huhn

 Carole Kenney

Maria Lattanze

Sarah Lattanze

 Maria Mengel

Vaidehi Rkaundinya

Erika Spott













Coming Soon!


Zucchini 500: Saturday, July 14

Get ready for the 9th annual Zucchini 500 race! Wheel packs will be available for purchase in advance on June 30 and July 7; they are $2 each or free with a non-perishable food donation. To participate in the race, children, 12-years of age and under, will create and decorate race cars using zucchini and UMFM-supplied wooden wheels and axles. The cars will then race in pairs down a 16-foot wooden ramp. Prizes will be awarded to the top four winners.

Upper Merion Farmers Market

Vince Lattuca

Farmers Market Manager

175 West Valley Forge Road | King of Prussia, PA | 484-636-3910

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175 West Valley Forge Road

King of Prussia, PA 19406-1802